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Fashionably Nerdy at the Saturn Awards – Part 2

Fashionably Nerdy is a new vlog centered around finding the hottest, best and newest trends in Geek Chic Fashion. Unlike other nerdy fashion vlogs that focus primarily on Cosplay, the show is committed to bringing the very best in everyday fashion that can also be worn on a fancy date night, to the beach or even at work.

This edition of Fashionably Nerdy is the second part of the gangs coverage of the 2014 Saturn Awards, where they grabbed interviews with Seth Gabel (Salem) and Emmett Skilton (The Almighty Johnsons).

Seth Gabel

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Saturn Awards Red Carpet Interviews with Daniel Cudmore (Colossus in the X-men Movies) Emmett Skilton (The Almighty Johnsons) and Seth Gabel (Salem)

Last Thursday’s 40th Annual Saturn Awards was a big night for genre filmmaking. Career achievement awards went to Bryan Fuller, Malcolm McDowell, Greg Nicotero and author Mac Cushman and new categories, including Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a Television Series and Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture took the stage for the first time. Collider was on the scene, hitting the red carpet to chat with established stars and up-and-comers alike. Our coverage continues with a triptych of interviews. First up is X-Men: Days of Future Past’s Colossus, Daniel Cudmore, who’s pushing The Legacy Virus as a sequel plot. Next up is Emmett Skilton, star of SyFy’s The Almighty Johnsons, who tells us about getting naked for the premiere episode. Finally, Seth Gabel explains why Salem is about misogyny and not an example of the same. Hit the jump for the full interviews and key quotes.
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Syfy Acquires New Zealand’s The Almighty Johnsons Featuring a Familiar Face

Syfy has scored two bonafide hits over the past few years with its acquired scripted series, Lost Girl and Continuum. It was also great that they acquired and aired Primeval: New World even though it was a one-season series, along with similarly-situated Sinbad.

Now Syfy has added another series to its list of acquireds, with the New Zealand series The Almighty Johnsons, about four modern-day brothers who have inherited the powers of Norse gods. It’s said to be a “compelling blend of fantasy and comedy” and “quirky”. I love ”quirky” but I reserve judgment as to whether or not this will qualify until I see it. I’ll definitely check them it out, but don’t we all kinda wish they could change the name?

Hang on, he’s in The Hobbit! The one on the left, that’s Dean O’Gorman, he’s Fili, one of the good looking dwarves!
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DVD Review: The Almighty Johnsons – Series 2

The Almighty Johnsons: Series 2

Stars: Emmett Skilton, Tim Balme, Dean O’Gorman, Jared Turner, Ben Barrington | Created by James Griffin, Rachel Lang

“The Johnson brothers are back, and their quest to find Frigg and gain their full God powers continues. Along the way, several new and exciting variations will be explored and Axl will find himself on a more personal quest – to become Odin, he must first ‘become’ Odin… “

The Almighty Johnsons is a comedy-drama series about four brothers, raised in heartland New Zealand, who also happen to be the living incarnations of Norse Gods. They even have their own super-God-powers. Sort of – it’s just that their powers aren’t actually all that powerful. Putting Norse Gods right where they don’t want to be: in the bodies of a bunch of New Zealand lads saddled with a distinct lack of heroism and all the faults, flaws and desires of ordinary mortals,
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TV Review: The Almighty Johnsons – Ep 1: “It’s Kind Of A Birthday Present”

The Almighty Johnsons – Episode 1: “It’s Kind of a Birthday Present”

Stars: Emmett Skilton, Tim Balme, Dean O’Gorman, Jared Turner, Ben Barrington | Written by James Griffin | Directed by Mark Beesley

The Almighty Johnsons is a new comedy-drama series about four brothers, raised in heartland New Zealand, who also happen to be the living incarnations of Norse Gods. They even have their own super-God-powers. Sort of – it’s just that their powers aren’t actually all that powerful. Putting Norse Gods right where they don’t want to be: in the bodies of a bunch of New Zealand lads saddled with a distinct lack of heroism and all the faults, flaws and desires of ordinary mortals, the series is set to debut on Syfy UK on Thursday.

Remember Charmed? The Us television show about three sisters who were also witches? Well this is the male equivalent from Down Under.
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