Emilie de Ravin has already tweeted that she can't wait for the event.
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Talking about the action-oriented nature of the show, Holloway says, "I've been doing martial arts all my life, and I grew up with three brothers and James Bond.
"We all wanted to be James Bond and we played spy games our whole lives. So with this it was like, this is fun. It's like Disneyland for dudes," he added.The show also hopes to address the many issues related to internet privacy and the new age high-tech era.To read the entire Yahoo article by Arjun Varma, click right here."I love the questions it's bringing up because they're questions we face every day," Holloway says. "What's the relationship between our humanity and technology? Do we need a gadget to communicate now? If you're a teenager, the answer is 'yes.' It's changing the way we relate to the world and how patient or impatient we are with information."