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With all this recent chatter about introducing more female superheroes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, many comic book movie fans have found themselves repeating one name: Katee Sackhoff. The actress has a large sci-fi fanhood following thanks to her time playing Starbuck on the reimagined version of Battlestar Galactica, and many of those same people want to see her take on more big genre pictures - making Marvel a natural fit. Of course, it's all dreams and speculation until news comes down officially from Marvel, but at the very least Sackhoff does seem to be sticking close to the Marvel family. Earlier today, the actress posted an update for her fans on her Twitter page and revealed that she will soon be meeting up with one of the most important people in Marvel Comics history: I'm wearing red leather to my meeting with @TheRealStanLee today, sorta just seemed appropriate.. Katee »
The move comes less than two weeks after Screendaily was the first to reveal that Im Global had signed a deal to produce its first episodic, The Killing Pool.
Stern will be based in Im Global’s Los Angeles office and will be charged with creating high-quality scripted content via what a company representative claimed would be “an innovative approach” to development, production and deal-making.
“We’ve spent a considerable amount of time exploring the right entry point for Im Global to enter the television business and Mark brings to our new operation an outstanding track record, skill set and profile,” said Im Global founder and CEO Stuart Ford.
“In just seven years we’ve established ourselves as one of the most prolific feature film players outside of the major studios in Hollywood, and in »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
Sunday night’s episode of Masters of Sex, titled “Fight,” was one of the series’ best. It stuck the show’s two main characters, Dr. William Masters (Michael Sheen) and his assistant/lover Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan), in a single hotel room and then let them batter out their anxieties and anger through flirtation, role play, and sex, all while an actual boxing match rages on TV.
In TV parlance, episodes like “Fight,” where characters are restricted to a few sets, are often called “bottle episodes”—they’re cheaper to make (you don’t have to build new sets or »
- Jackson McHenry
Mystery Creative has been working professionally in film, TV and videogames for 30 years. He's seen a million faces and rocked at least 25% of them. He's been attending Sdcc almost as long as he's been working in the entertainment biz. This is a love/hate diary of his adventures in the belly of the beast, circa 2014. Do not expect panel reports, Hall H exclusives, or any of that shit. This is what it's like to be a working professional at Sdcc. Drunken warts and all. Behind the pleasant interview quotes. Behind the facade and pretense. Expect profanity ahead...He's part of the #MysteriousHollywood posse, and his twitter feed can be found at @mysterycr8tve on the Twitter where he swears even more.
Saturday, July 26th
Unicorns Exist. They Are Real And U Have Seen Them! They Walk The Fucking Earth.
(I found parking for $5. Yes. Five. Goddamn. Dollars.)
- El Mayimbe
This hot new trailer for the upcoming thriller Constantine was unveiled on Saturday, July 26, as Warner Bros. Television Presents a Night of DC Entertainment at Comic-Con 2014. Matt Ryan stars as John Constantine, an irreverent, working-class con man and occult expert waging war against the forces of darkness - from both within himself and the outside world. Take a look at the first footage before the series premieres Friday, October 24, at 10/9c on NBC, then read on for information about newly confirmed characters.
Series creator David S. Goyer recently spoke with IGN, where he confirmed that Papa Midnite and the Newcastle Crew from the Hellblazer comics will be popping up in Season 1.
"We have access to the occult corner of the DC Universe. I'm sure many of you saw the Doctor Fate helmet [in the pilot], and that was a clear indicator of our intentions."
TV isn’t what it used to be. With production costs spiralling upwards, more furiously engaged fandoms and a shift towards “binge-watch” culture, there has never been a better time to be a fan of the small screen.
And as we’re on the verge of hitting the midway point of the decade there really is no better time than now to take a gander back and see what televised treats have been wowing us for the last five (ish) years. But before you get ahead of yourselves with the guessing and the surmising, this humble feature is celebrating programs that began to air from 2010 onwards, so as good as they were, save your vocal defence of the likes of Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Deadwood, The Wire and Battlestar Galactica for elsewhere.
Looking back, the 10s have been a veritable proving ground of exciting new shows. There’s been comedy (New Girl, »
- Shaun Davis
When you cover press tour and Comic-Con back to back, you tend to hear a lot of the same anecdotes and explanations again in rapid succession. This was mostly true in the case of NBC's "Constantine" making its Comic-Con debut — with a screening of the pilot episode, followed by a 10 minute Q&A with the stars and producers David Goyer and Daniel Cerone — but there were some notable new things since last I saw this bunch at press tour. For starters, the version of the pilot the Comic-Con audience screened had two significant changes from the one critics were sent earlier in the summer: 1)In the climactic showdown between occult specialist John Constantine (Matt Ryan) and a powerful demon, the elaborate CGI demon from the original cut was replaced by Matt Ryan himself playing a dark mirror image of Constantine; and 2)The final exchange between Constantine and angel Manny (Harold Perrineau »
- Alan Sepinwall
The upcoming Starz "Outlander" won't premiere for a few more weeks, but you can see how it all begins here. Starz has released the show's opening credits, featuring new footage. The time travel-romance finds 20th century nurse Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe) sent back to 18th century Scotland, where she discovers romance and adventure with swashbuckling highlander James Fraser (Sam Heughan). Executive produced by Ronald D. Moore ("Battlestar Galactica"), the series is based on the novels by Diana Gabaldon. The new opening features an arrangement of the Scottish folk ditty "Skye Boat Song" by the show's composer (and fellow "Battlestar" vet) Bear McCreary featuring the vocals of his singer wife Raya Yarbrough. Watch the opening credits here: The show's first episode premiered at Comic-Con. "Outlander" premieres August 9 at 9 p.m. on Starz. »
- Dave Lewis
Starz’ Outlander had its world premiere screening to a rapturous crowd of 1,500 fans in downtown San Diego on Friday night. But before the airing the first episode, Emmy-winning composer Bear McCreary (Battlestar Galactica, The Walking Dead) treated the audience to a live performance of the show’s score, including his title credits song. It’s an arrangement of the Scottish folk tune “The Skye Boat Song” — appropriate for Starz’ romantic adventure following a 20th century woman who travels back in time to 18th century Scotland.
Below we exclusively have the Outlander credit sequence, including new footage from the series. The song, »
- James Hibberd
While speaking with "The Walking Dead" co-star Lauren Cohan at this year's Sdcc, we asked the outgoing actress if she would be open to returning to "Supernatural" if the opportunity arose. Her response should make fans of her character on the show happy.
Cohan said she'd love to, especially as the series enters what are likely its final few seasons, but nothing is in the works. Her smile conveyed fond memories of her time there as she laughed and added that she'll have to make some phone calls.
In Season 3 Cohan portrayed the attractive mercenary Bela Talbot, one of the few characters on "Supernatural" able to pull a fast one on the Winchesters, which of course meant that fan reaction to her was mixed. She appeared in six Season 3 episodes and was presumed killed, but hey, this is "Supernatural" we're talking about... nobody stays dead forever! And besides, we'd love »
- Debi Moore
San Diego Comic-Con just keeps getting better. Marvel revealed new actor, character combos, and a trailer for the coming season.
During the trailer Patten Oswalt is revealed to be Agent Koeing who brings up Barbara Morse, aka Mockingbird, an Avenger who later becomes Hawkeyes' wife.
Below is the newest trailer for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2:
And for your enjoyment, a blooper reel:
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.Season 2 airs Tuesday, »
- email@example.com (Mike Petty)
Falling Skies is halfway through its fourth season, which saw a lot of changes from season 3, along with the addition of new showrunner David Eick. With the 2nd Mass separated after an Espheni attack, our ensemble cast found themselves in very different worlds from one another.
“In Tom’s world we were in darkness. Lexi’s world—it was light. It was almost like Munchkinland,” Eick said during the show’s Comic-Con panel. “In Anne’s world it was very gritty but stripped down.”
At Comic-Con, Eick and the show’s cast hinted at what’s to come on Falling Skies »
- Emily Rome
Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. was often criticized for not utilizing its full potential in its first season, but the writers and show-runners are looking to remedy that in year two. Part of making the show more exciting involves bringing in characters from the comics, which is something fans were hoping for since the beginning.
It looks like things are going to change a bit in season two, as it was announced today during the Marvel TV panel at San Diego Comic-Con that several new characters would be joining the show. Xena: Warrior Princess and Battlestar Galactica alum Lucy Lawless will play Isabelle Hartley, a longtime S.H.I.E.L.D. veteran with a penchant for knives, while Trollied star Nick Blood will play a mercenary named Lance Hunter, who in the comics is the director of S.T.R.I.K.E., the UK version of S.H. »
- James Garcia
Veteran production exec Scott Bernstein is leaving Universal to become an independent producer on a trio of studio projects.
Bernstein will be working as a producer on the Universal movies “Mama 2,” “Ride Along 2″ and “Straight Outta Compton.” He joined the studio in 2004 and has been exec VP of production for the studio since late 2009.
Bernstein oversaw production on “Ride Along,” starring Ice Cube and Kevin Hart, which became the highest-grossing film ever released in January at $134 million and won the box office for three weeks in a row.
“Ride Along 2″ has already been dated for Jan. 15, 2016.
He also oversaw production on Guillermo del Toro’s “Mama,” which grossed more than $147 million worldwide.
Bernstein also worked on Melissa McCarthy’s “Identity Thief,” “The Break-Up,” “Role Models” and “Hellboy 2: The Golden Army.” He’s been developing a reboot of “Battlestar Galactica”; attached Jj Abrams and Bad Robot to the »
- Dave McNary
Related Starz Giving Outlander an Early Debut — and Splitting Season 1
Adapted by Battlestar Galactica producer Ronald D. Moore from Diana Gabaldon’s best-selling novel, the show centers on Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe), a married combat nurse from 1945, who mysteriously travels back in time to 1743, where she becomes an “outlander” in the unfamiliar Scottish highlands. When she is forced to marry Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan, Doctors), a dashing young Scottish warrior, »
The folks behind Outlander, Starz’s upcoming time-traveling romance series, just unveiled their first full trailer. Based on the popular cycle of books of the same name by Diana Gabaldon, the show follows a woman from 1945 who gets sent hurtling back through chronology to period Scotland, where she discovers love and adventure atop the highlands of Caledonia. Check out the trailer below:
Battlestar Galactica head Ronald D. Moore is among the creatives behind translating the story from page to screen, and he’s pretty dedicated to the material: Moore showed up to the San Diego Comic-Con panel adorned in a kilt. »
- Keith Staskiewicz
Although the cast and showrunner of CBS’s big summer sci-fi program Under the Dome, based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name, were there to promote their own show, stars Rachelle Lefevre and Alexander Koch got into the Comic-Con spirit by coming to their panel decked out in cosplays as characters from Battlestar Galactica and The Walking Dead respectively. Along with fellow actors Mike Vogel, Dean Norris, Eddie Cahill and Colin Ford and executive producer Neal Baer, Lefebvre and Koch discussed their characters, making the show, and teased the rest of the current season and what’s to come further down the line. Hit the jump for our Under the Dome Comic-Con Panel recap. The cast and crew just finished shooting this past Friday, and showed two preview clips from episode seven: one of Big Jim confronting Carolyn in her house, and one of Barbie falling into »
- Morgan Leigh Davies
It was NBC's Chuck that brought Levi, 33, to Comic-Con, and he loved the experience so much that he decided to launch his own mini-convention, Nerd HQ (which hosts panels, parties and raises money for charity). As a member of the Battlestar Galactica cast -- and currently in production on Syfy's new Ascension -- the 40-year-old Helfer's Comic-Con bona fides are solid. Do you have a disguise you have to wear if you're walking the floor? Levi: I think I maybe tried to walk the floor one year. If you stop at all, if just one person is
- Marc Bernardin
A couple days ago we showed you a video and photos of Nathan Fillion as Captain Kirk and Chris Hardwick as Marty McFly. Today thanks to THR we have another installment of this series featuring Katee Sackhoff as Han Solo and Grace Park as Luke Skywalker. They both starred together on the epic SyFy series Battlestar Galactica, and in the video below they talk about their geek fandom and Comic-Con experiences.
- Joey Paur
With August just around the corner, Starz rolled out a brand-new trailer for anticipated time-travel saga, Outlander, at Comic-Con on Friday. Outlander is a big swing for the premium cable network, which currently houses originals Da Vinci's Demons, Black Sails and Power, as it seeks to launch its own buzzy series a la Game of Thrones. Adapted from Diana Gabaldon's best-selling novels and executive produced by Battlestar Galactica's Ronald D. Moore, Starz is rolling out Outlander with a split-season strategy for the 16-episode freshman season. Photos Titans of Comic-Con: Stars Re-Create Classic Characters
- Philiana Ng
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