6 items from 2010
Caprica 1x14, "Blowback," finally had its international premiere yesterday, for lack of a better word. The episode was written by Kevin Murphy and directed by Omar Madha, and it's definitely one of the best episodes so far. If you have seen it, wherever you may have seen it, you can rate it below.
Space posted the Innerspace podcast on their website the other day and it's definitely something worth checking out, especially if you're also a fan of Stargate Universe. You can find it at Spacecast.com. Among other things, they explain why Caprica isn't available for viewing on their site and voice their surprise at Syfy's decision to pull the show off the air and alienate their BSG fan base the way they did.
They have also apologized to the Canadian viewers who missed last week's episode because their DVRs hadn't registered the last minute schedule change in time. »
Syfy has posted a bunch of new clips on the official site. Other than the teaser and two sneak peeks from Caprica 1x14, "Blowback," there is also the second part of the Q&A with Alessandra Torresani and Sasha Roiz. The videos are embedded below. The synopsis for "Blowback" at Syfy.com reads: "Lacy's journey to Gemenon turns into a race against the clock."
First, Chicago Now has a really great interview with Sasha Roiz that's pretty recent and has some vague spoilers for the rest of the season, as well as a few details about his episode of House. Follow the link for the whole article. Snippet (spoilers):
Is Sam going to get his hands dirty again?
His hands are always dirty. Like I said, this storyline leads up to such an amazing climax at the end of the season that I think you're going to be pretty blown away. »
Hollywoodnews.com: The 14th Annual Hollywood Film Festival’s “Hollywood Awards® Gala”ceremony was held last night before a standing-room-only audience of over 1,100 Hollywood Film Festival® attendees at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
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The festival and awards, presented by Starz, announced this year’s winner of the “Hollywood Movie Award” — Chrisopher Nolan’s “Inception” — which was chosen by the public voting online at the Yahoo! Movies website. The voting site received 20 million unique visitors and over 160,000 votes were cast. The nominees for the “Hollywood Movie Award” were: “Alice in Wonderland,” “Despicable Me,” “The Expendables,” “How to Train Your Dragon,” “Inception,” “Iron Man 2,” “Salt,” “The Social Network,” “Shutter Island,” and “Toy Story 3.” The festival and awards also announced winners of the “Hollywood Discovery Awards, »
Mo Ryan at TVSquad.com posted the news earlier today about the pilot for Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome (Spartactica for short) getting the green light. The press release is at the end of the post. Here is the part that concerns Caprica's future, from Mark Stern:
"To be really categorical about it, this is not about finding something else so we can get rid of 'Caprica," Stern said. "I don't know the fate of 'Caprica' yet, but, if anything, 'Blood & Chrome' going to series would only be a great opportunity to pair it with something.'
And we'll find out exactly what the new round of conceptual ping-pong with the Battlestar verse means for Caprica by November 15. If someone bothers to mention it, that is.
Interestingly, TVShowsonDVD.com reports that the Caprica Season 1.5 DVD can already be pre-ordered on Amazon. With six episodes left to air, »
With Caprica season 1.5 premiering tomorrow, there's been a bunch of updates over the last couple of days. In random order:
Episode 1x10, "Unvanquished," was screened yesterday at the Globe Theatre at Universal Studios, with Alessandra Torresani, Esai Morales, Sasha Roiz and executive producers Ron Moore, David Eick, Jane Espenson and Kevin Murphy in attendance. There is a short clip from the event on YouTube and Caprica Hub has a fan report. If you don't understand what is being said in the clip, let The Wall Street Journal explain it to you: Syfy Relies on Social Media for "Caprica" Screening Event.
Caprica Season 1.0 is out on DVD tomorrow. The DVD is currently at #3 on Amazon's list of Bestsellers in Science Fiction and Fantasy.
August 15 has come and gone with no news about the actors' contracts getting picked up for a second season or any word on what Syfy is thinking these days, but with the cast appearing in about a gazillion other things this fall, the hiatus blues should be getting easier.
If you're in New York some time between September and January, you can catch a short film, Untitled, with Eric Stoltz starring, at MoMA (see article.)
No release date has been set yet for his last feature, Fort McCoy (pic left), but IMDb still says 2010, so fingers crossed.
And this is still unconfirmed, but an extras casting director tweeted yesterday that our daddy Graystone will direct one of the new episodes of Glee. If true, the episode should air in the first half of the season. The show returns on Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 8 on Fox.
Alessandra Torresani has been cast in Playback, »
6 items from 2010
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