Monday, May 5, 2008

The Dark Knight - Video: E! News Now: Sneak Peek

Courtesy of E!News Now and HULU, "The Dark Knight" Sneak Peek.

Take a look at the new trailer for "The Dark Knight!" Batman is back in a classic battle of good versus evil.

Battlestar Galactica - Video: Recap of 'The Road Less Traveled'

Courtesy of the SciFi Channel and HULU, a recap of Battlestar Galactica's 'The Road Less Traveled.'

Web exclusive: Watch a one-minute recap of episode 407, "The Road Less Traveled".

Stargate: Continuum - Facebook site: MORE New Photos May 5 '08

From the Stargate Official Fanpage site on Facebook:

Behind the scenes with Christopher Judge (Teal'c)

Cameron Mitchell (Ben Browder)

Daniel Jackson (Michael Shanks)


Stargate: Continuum - TWO New Photos May 5 '08

From the MySpace Stargate Central Command site:

Some of the new photos at THIS site have been previously seen from the photos that Andreas at GateWorld Forum has provided.

However, the following two appear very new:

Cameron Mitchell (Ben Browder) and Daniel Jackson (Michael Shanks)

Cameron and Samantha Carter (Amanda Tapping)

EDIT: 5/5/08 @ 10:04 pm: With thanks to Mala at GateWorld Forum for providing "clean" photos from the MySpace site. Please follow the link below for full-sized, high-resolution version of these photos:

Stargate / Sanctuary - Amanda Tapping Audio Interview Download Link

From The SciFi Guys:

Amanda Tapping's audio interview with The SciFi Guys from Friday, May 2nd is now available for download:

The Simpsons - Video: 'Any Given Sundance'

Courtesy of HULU, The Simpsons' 'Any Given Sundance.'

Lisa makes a documentary about her family for a school project and is encouraged to enter the film into the Sundance Film Festival.

Highlander / Ghost Whisperer / Charmed / Mork and Mindy? - On SciFi Channel Fall 2009

From Multichannel News:

(Please follow the link for the complete article.)

Sci Fi Has Love For ‘Ghost Whisperer’

Network Will Stack Hewitt-Starrer, Beginning In Fall 2009

By Mike Reynolds -- Multichannel News, 5/5/2008 12:09:00 PM

Sci Fi Channel, as part of a larger deal with CBS Television Distribution, has secured off-network rights to Ghost Whisperer, which will debut on the network in fall 2009.

Under the deal, terms of which were not disclosed, Sci Fi will air Ghost Whisperer, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, in a weekly four-hour primetime stack, making the NBC Universal network, the only place on TV to see weekly mini-marathons of the show. Sci Fi executives said the network will also schedule programming stunts with full-day marathons.


In addition, Sci Fi gains access to shows in the CBS library: Star Trek: The Next Generation, which will premiere June 2 '08 on the network, Charmed; Early Edition; Highlander; Friday the Thirteenth: The Series; and Robin Williams’ classic sitcom Mork & Mindy, among others.

**snippity doo-dah**

Stargate Atlantis - GateShip One Net: Paul McGillion Interview

With many thanks to MartoufLeTokra from GateWorld Forum for the heads up:

GateShip One has a text interview with Paul McGillion (Dr. Carson Beckett) in French and English available at:

Paul discusses working on Stargate Atlantis season episodes "Whispers" and "The Seed."

A brief excerpt:

Q: How did the shooting go today ?

PM: "Oh fantastic I was in every scene, we're shooting the second episode that Beckett comes back in the season five called "Whispers". It's a great episode written by Joe Mallozzi and Paul Mullie and directed by Will Warring and premier lead myself: Beckett, Sheppard and a female team, SG-Team, so it's been a lot of fun, it's a horror episode."

Sci-Fi Talk Live Premieres May 9th on Blog Talk Radio

From SciFi Talk's MySpace site:


Starting this Friday, May 9th, I will begin hosting Sci-Fi Talk Live, a new live version of my show every Friday from 6:30PM till 7:00PM EST. The audience will be able to use the call-in line or chat live during each broadcast. Note that it is a toll call to call in but the chat room is free, just by establishing a free account with blogtalk . I look forward to having each of you attending and contributing.

Listen to Sci-Fi Talk Live on internet talk radio

Call-in Number: (718) 664-9884


Tony Tellado


Sci-Fi Talk Live Debuts May 9th On BlogTalkRadio.Com

Sci-Fi Talk Live

I want to say thanks for the warm welcome I have received since joining this great network. I am happy to be here on BlogTalkRadio.Com and will feature on my first live show, taped soundbytes from Robert Downey JR and Jon Favreau discussing Iron Man plus many more. Here's a partial transcript that will not air on the live show.

Robert Downey Jr. - Tony Stark - Iron Man

"The reason that I am playing Tony Stark, the reason that I am involved in Iron Man, the reason that I am so excited is that I am crazy about movies. That's why I wanted to become an actor. Super heroes who manufacture weapons and then build one that they wear and use to me is a complete nerd-gasm. It speaks to kind of an American idea of what's possible."

Jon Favreau

"It's fun to direct Iron Man because he's one of the super heroes that no one has made a movie about yet. He's the biggest one of the original pantheon of Marvel characters. He is an interesting character because he's an adult that has lived life and has problems. He's not just an adolescent who is coming of age in this film. It's fun to bring my life experience to the character of Tony Stark. He's an interesting guy in that he's a normal guy who becomes a superhero because of what he is able to create."

Special thanks to Paramount Pictures and Epk.TV for supplying audio interviews.

Hope you can tune in. Call-in Number: (718) 664-9884. Thanks. Hope to see you there.

Andrew Jackson - SciFi Talk: Audio Interview

From SciFi Talk:

Andrew Jackson - The '08 Edition

A busy man these days, Andrew is shooting The Sea Wolf with a top notch cast. In addtion he will be starring in Seed and can bee seen on season one of Kyle XY now out on DVD. Andrew is branching out producing two projects, a telemovie and Moments With Prospero. Music by Victor Stellar.

Podcast link:


Andrew Jackson - The '06 Edition

Andrew Jackson - Merlin's Apprentice

Andrew stars as Master Burton in Merlin's Apprentice On DVD, along with Sam Neill and Miranda Richardson. We chat about the story set fifty years after the glory of Camelot and how Merlin has the challenge to restore its former greatness. Andrew also discusses his guest starring role in the new series, The Evidence with Orlando Jones and Martin Landau.

Podcast link:

Stargate: Continuum - Evolution of the DVD Cover Art May 5 '08

With thanks to TV Shows on DVD:

Evolution of the DVD Cover Art May 5 '08

The DVD cover art for Stargate: Continuum has been revised yet again:

May 5 '08

May 1 '08

April 16 '08

And for your viewing pleasure, another look at the Stargate: Continuum posters:

Stargate: Continuum web site banners:

Stargate: Continuum wallpapers:

Stargate: Continuum is scheduled to be released on DVD and Blu-Ray on July 29 '08.

Stargate Atlantis - Nicole De Boer - NYC: Tornado Terror

Nicole De Boer, who is guest starring in the Stargate Atlantis' season five episode, "Whispers," also co-stars in a made-for-TV movie, NYC: Tornado Terror, airing on the SciFi Channel (US) on Saturday, June 14 '08 at 9pm (and repeated at 1am).

Filmed in Canada, this made-for-tv flick stars Nicole de Boer and some other familiar faces to Stargate SG-1 / Stargate Atlantis fans: Sebastian Spence (SG1's "Death Knell'), Colby Johannson (SG1's "Prometheus"), Jerry Wasserman (SG1's "Touchstone" and "Inauguration"), Jennifer Copping (SG1's "New Ground"), Richard Ian Cox (SG1's "New Ground" and SGA's "The Defiant One"), Samantha Ferris (SG1's "Out of Mind" and "Into the Fire"), Matthew Harrison (SG1's "Double Jeopardy" and SGA's "Conversion"), Winston Rekert (SG1's "The Tok'ra, Parts 1 & 2") and Kurt Max Runte (SG1's "A Matter of Time" and "The Lost City, Part 2").

Stargate: Continuum - TWO New Posters May 5 '08

Courtesy of the Stargate Official Fanpage on Facebook:

TWO new Stargate: Continuum posters:

Stargate: Continuum is a made-for-DVD scheduled to be released on July 29 2008. Starring Richard Dean Anderson, Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, Michael Shanks, Claudia Black, Beau Bridges, Don S. Davis, Cliff Simon, Jacqueline Samuda, Colin Cunningham, Peter Williams, Vince Crestejo, Steve Bacic, Jay Williams and Ron Halder.