Thursday, August 2, 2007

Stargate Atlantis - Joseph Mallozzi's Blog Update Aug 2

From Joseph Mallozzi's blog update for August 2, 2007:

(Photos at the site from Comic-Con and at Bridge Studios. Please follow the link for the complete blog update.)

Thursday, August 2, 2007

August 2, 2007

The last story slot has finally been filled. We spent most of yesterday spinning, then breaking Harmony which I am really, really, REALLY looking forward to. Alas, I won't be writing it as Marty G. will be assuming said duties, but I have no doubt he'll do a brilliant job AND have a lot of fun with it.


Watched the Day 2 Mix of Travelers yesterday. Great episode (Hey, Sheppard bruised and bloodied - what's not to like?), and tremendous work on the part of Joel Goldsmith who produced a terrific score. To all of you Sam fans dying for a hint of what's going on with Carter's love life, you'll have to wait until Trio for a
not-so-subtle tip-off. Let the gang at SDJ begin their predictable hysterics… NOW! The director's cut of Miller's Crossing came in a little long which will probably mean a scene or two not making the cut - but hopefully finding their way onto a future Deleted Footage Special Feature. By the way, guest star Steven Culp is terrific in this one. Finally, we will get around to breaking that Sheppard on Earth story next week along with what we hope will be the season finale.


Mailbag -

Anonymous #1 writes: "Is Teyla's pregnancy a season long thing, or will she be back to her wraith-kicking self before the end of season 4?"

Answer: Since Rachel will be pregnant throughout the shooting of season four, the Teyla character will also be pregnant through most of the season.

Miles writes: "Any chance we'll ever see Colin Cunningham make an appearance on Atlantis?"

Answer: No plans to see Colin in Atlantis for now.

Jason writes: "Do we still find out where Lorne is from in the Kindred I?"

Answer: Yup.

Stargate SG-1/Atlantis - Amanda Tapping Nominated Canadian Comedy Awards

From The Vanouver Sun (Vancouver, Canada):

Local filmmaker John Bolton has plenty of reasons to smile. His short film Breakdown was recently nominated for four Canadian Comedy Awards - - best director, best writer, best actress (Amanda Tapping, Stargate SG1) and best actor (Winston Reker, Neon Rider). It will be shown at the outdoor Harmony Arts Festival in John Lawson Park in North Vancouver at 9:15 p.m. Aug. 11.


Canadian Comedy Awards site: