8 items from 2016
The cast of NBC’s tattoo-filled “Blindspot” was on hand Monday night at New York’s Paley Center for Media to discuss their hit series.
“Today Show” host Hoda Kotb moderated a panel with creator and exec producer Martin Gero, plus actors Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza and Ashley Johnson, who shared juicy behind-the-scenes insight.
Jaimie Alexander, who plays the tattooed Jane Doe, leaves the body art on all week and as a result, gets hugs from sympathetic strangers.
“We’ve started shooting the season finale, so I leave my neck tat on overnight and it stays pretty well,” Alexander told the Paley audience. “On Mondays I put the neck on, and then whatever else we’re wearing, and then I leave the neck on all week with little touchups with the tattoo pen, and then I reapply the arms daily … I usually wear the tats home »
- Katie Van Syckle
Last week on Blindspot, Patterson (Ashley Johnson) seemed like she was going all kinds of crazy. That kind of behavior isn’t just worthy of a subplot, people. She was this week’s spotlight! • Blindspot recaps: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Episode 14 | Episode 15 | Episode 16 “Man’s Telepathic Loyal Lookouts” (which, thankfully, translates to “In Almost The Last Place You Look”) picked up with … Continue reading →
- Rachel Cericola
This week, Blindspot was all about relationships. Reade (Rob Brown) is still heartbroken over Sarah, but Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) was getting comfortable with Allie (Trieste Kelly Dunn), sparks were flying between Jane (Jaimie Alexander) and Oscar (Francois Arnaud), and Patterson (Ashley Johnson) and David (Joe Dinicol)… well, they may still be a thing! It’s all very complicated, so we’d better get to the recap! • Blindspot recaps: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | … Continue reading →
The post Recap: Blindspot Season 1, Episode 16 — It’s a Gas! appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Rachel Cericola
We’ve gotten small hints of progression here and there, but we’ve been badly overdue since the mid-season premiere for an episode of Blindspot with a strong focus on Ashley Johnson’s Patterson. That changed tonight, so let’s take a look at this week’s new episode, “Any Wounded Thief.” The bulk of the drama in this episode comes from two characters: Agent Weller and Patterson. In the beginning of the episode, Weller arrives home to find that his sister has moved out with his nephew after her breakup in the previous episode, and this just compounds Kurt’s emotional struggle that he’s already going through
Blindspot Review: Any Wounded Thief »
- Jasef Wisener
NBC’s “Blindspot” has already seen plenty of casualties in Season 1 so far, but one of the cruelest early deaths was the loss of Patterson’s (Ashley Johnson) boyfriend David (Joe Dinicol), who was killed back in Episode 9.
That loss is still keenly felt in Episode 16, “Any Wounded Thief,” and in Variety’s exclusive sneak peek at the new installment, we see Patterson struggling to move on following an unexpected phone call. Thankfully, Dr. Borden (Ukweli Roach) is on hand to offer some wisdom, free of charge.
Elsewhere in the episode, airing April 4, after an armored truck is robbed, the team discovers that the stolen goods are chemical weapons and they must race to thwart a terrorist plot. Meanwhile, Jane (Jaimie Alexander) grapples with a confusing memory of Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) — while growing even closer to Oscar (guest star Francois Arnaud). The series also stars Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Rob Brown and Audrey Esparza. »
- Laura Prudom
With the resurgence of vinyl, and many classic game soundtracks seeing a re-release on the format, the Flickering Myth writers look back at some of their favourites; next up is Kris Wall with The Last of Us……
Anyone that knows me will know that The Last of Us is one of my favourite games of all time, right up there in the Top 3 in fact. I’ve made little secret of it, and can regularly be found talking about it with anyone that will put up with me droning on about how much I love it so. Naughty Dog took the well-worn post-apocalyptic genre and created an absolute modern masterpiece of storytelling out of it, and one of the few games that I’ve ever awarded a perfect score. You can read my glowing review of it right here.
What I haven’t really talked much about is the truly »
- Kris Wall
When it comes to Lego games they are pretty reliable. They have that humour that we can expect, they understand the audience they are catering for and they know how to treat the licenses they are entrusted with well… Which is exactly what they have done with Lego Marvel’s Avengers.
While we’ve seen Marvel characters in Lego games before, they’ve not been based on the popular movies and not had a focus on The Avengers. This has changed with Lego Marvel’s Avengers as we play through the first film, and Age of Ultron with all the characters we expect from the movies. After these have been completed we are then offered a few extra levels based on the movies that have led up to, and followed the Avenger movies.
If you’ve played a Lego game before you know what to expect. You’ll fight waves of enemies, »
- Paul Metcalf
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From its awe-inspiring pastel color palette to the hundreds of puzzles littered across its sprawling vistas, it’s little wonder why Thekla Inc.’s puzzler The Witness is fast becoming the first 2016 release to really turn heads and raise eyebrows – and that was before today’s info dump.
With little under a fortnight until release, Thekla and developer Jonathan Blow have formally announced the star-studded voice cast featured in the game, revealing an exciting list of talent that includes actors from The Last of Us, Metal Gear Solid and Fallout 4. They are as follows:
Ashley Johnson: Ellie from The Last of Us, Tales from the Borderlands, more. Phil Lamarr – Hermes in Futurama, Ollie Williams in Family Guy, Marvin from Pulp Fiction, Vamp in Metal Gear Solid titles and many other offerings. Matthew Waterson – Sir Lucan in The Order: 1886, Fallout 4 and Halo 5. Terra Deva – musician and The Mickey Mouse Club veteran. »
- Michael Briers
8 items from 2016
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