Monday, August 11, 2008

Stargate SG-1 - Richard Dean Anderson - This Hour Has 22 Minutes: Video - RDA at Banff

A video from the Robert Kennedy, Jr. Celebrity Ski Race at Banff, Canada from January 7-8 '05 was just uploaded at This House Has 22 Minutes You Tube web site, with brief interview with Robin Williams, Richard Dean Anderson and Alec Baldwin.

Burn Notice - NEW Stills from 'Bad Blood'

Burn Notice's 'Bad Blood' airs Thursday, August 14 at 10pm on the USA cable channel, guest starring Stargate SG-1's Michael Shanks.

(Please click on the photos for a large size.)

Gabrielle Anwar as Fiona

Jeffrey Dononvan as Michael Westen

Bruce Campbell as Sam Axe

Stargate Atlantis - Cinema Blend: Video Clip from 'Ghost in the Machine'

At Cinema Blend:

(Please follow the link to view the video clip.)

Stargate Atlantis Clip - Ghost In The Machine

We’ve got a clip from this week’s episode of Stargate Atlantis, which is titled “The Ghost in the Machine” and is set to air this Friday night at 10:00 p.m. on the SciFi channel. I’ve never seen an episode of this series so I can’t say whether or not the video is all that spoilery so read and view at your own risk...

Doctor Who - Cluttered Desk: Tom Baker in Doctor Who in 2010?

From Craig McGill's blog, the Cluttered Desk:

Oh yes, still got it. Tom Baker in Doctor Who.

You may scoff, but I - and Rich Johnston (to give him his place) have it on rather good authority that Tom Baker will be in Doctor Who in 2010. I’m so confident about this, I did a piece for The Sun (see the PDF below).

And you may scoff, but may I remind you who it was who revealed David Tennant was the 10th Doctor (see the comments section to read that for free), who did the first review of the new series and who revealed that Tennant wouldn’t be using his Scottish accent (most of the time)?

That would have been me. So I’m standing by this one.

And here’s the article as a 3MB PDF

Stargate Atlantis - Cinema Spy: Jason Momoa Interview

From Cinema Spy:

(Please follow the link for the complete three-page interview.)

Exclusive Interview: Jason Momoa

Actor not as stoic as his 'Atlantis' character

By Blaine Kyllo | Monday, August 11, 2008

Like Ronon Dex, the character he plays on Stargate Atlantis, Jason Momoa is tall, muscular, and imposing. Unlike the stoic Ronon, however, Momoa is loud, boisterous, and larger than life. He’s the kind of actor that makes sure people know when he’s entered the room, and when he takes to the Daedalus set where interviews with press are being conducted, his voice booms through the hallways.

The day before we saw Momoa in his car, a ’50s-era pink Cadillac he purchased in Santa Barbara and drove to Vancouver in a winding road trio. “She’s called Lulu. Honolulu. Did a road trip, Keroac-style, me and a buddy. Got lost. And found Vancouver. Destination: Vancouver. Windy roads. No heater. We froze our asses off.”

A brief excerpt:

CinemaSpy: Both [stunt coordinator] James Bamford and [costume designer] Val Halverson mentioned how involved you are in idea generation for your character. Talk about that.
Jason Momoa: I’m very involved because to me, my process starts with whatever sparks in my head, my imagination of what this character’s going to be. Then, when I get to set, when I first got here, it was so amazing what these women did with my wardrobe. But it starts for me with the wardrobe. Just like stepping into the character. Val, I would think, is annoyed by me because I’m constantly in there about wardrobe. That’s my passion; I’ve got to constantly be creative. There’s always an outlet there for me, whether I’m doing my art or writing or just having an idea. With that shop down there, they can make, distress, build anything, and Ronon is that guy. He’s always been on the run and he makes his clothes and he’s got these imperfections and it wears the scars of him running. He’s like, “I’ve bled in these. This is my home.” That’s what it is, his boots and his clothes. That’s what he’s carried. To me that was very important, wardrobe.


Stargate Atlantis - Hollywood Reporter: Martin Wood Nominated for Guild Award

From The Hollywood Reporter:

(Please follow the link for the complete article.)

Canadian directors vie for guild award

Directors Guild of Canada honor bestowed in the fall

By Etan Vlessing

Aug 11, 2008, 04:58 PM ET

TORONTO -- David Cronenberg ("Eastern Promises"), Denys Arcand ("The Age of Darkness"), Jeremy Podeswa ("Fugitive Pieces") and Kari Skogland ("The Stone Angel") will compete for the best director trophy at the Directors Guild of Canada Awards in the fall, organizers said Monday.


The TV series competition will see Stephen Surjik compete for his work on "Intelligence," Holly Dale for "Durham County," James Marshall with "Smallville" and Martin Wood for "Stargate Atlantis."

The DGC awards will be handed out Nov. 8 in Toronto.

And from the Director's Guild of Canada:


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Stephen Surjik for Intelligence - Episode #14 - "A Man Escapes"
Holly Dale for Durham County - Episode #1
James Marshall for Smallville - "Phantom"
Martin Wood for Stargate Atlantis - "Trio"

Stargate Atlantis - The Sun: Rachel: Baby helped me act Plus Video Interview

From The Sun (London, UK):

(Please follow the link for the complete text interview and to view the video interview.)

Rachel: Baby helped me act


Published: Today

STARGATE: ATLANTIS actress Rachel Luttrell said her pregnancy helped her acting skills on the show.

The striking Canadian, who plays warrier leader Teyla Emmagan in the SG-1 spin-off series, said being pregnant at the same time as her character made it easy for her to sympathise with how she was feeling...

Watch our interview with Rachel (at the link above).

Journeyman - Video: 'A Love of a Lifetime'

Courtesy of HULU, the pilot episode for Journeyman, 'A Love of a Lifetime,' starring Kevin McKidd, Gretchen Egolf, Moon Bloodgood, Reed Diamond, Brian Howe and Charles Henry Wyson. Guest stars include Christopher Warren, Monique Curnen, Patrick Falls and Edith Fields.

Dan's travels have just begun. A San Francisco reporter travels back in time, eventually figuring out why. But his present-day life becomes a mess due to his absences.

Christina Hendricks - Video: Mad Men Interview

Courtesy of TV Guide's Hollywood 411 and HULU, Mad Men: Christina Hendricks.

Mad Men: Christina Hendricks

Celebrity Interviews

Interview |05:00 |

MAD MEN star Christina Hendricks stops by Hollywood 411 to talk about the show's two-year jump in time for season two and the cast's reaction to the show's critical praise.

Stargate Atlantis - Video: Amanda Tapping Q&A Part 3

Courtesy of the SciFi Channel and HULU, from Stargate Atlantis' fourth season, an Amanda Tapping video Q&A part 3.

Amanda Tapping Q&A - Part 3Stargate Atlantis

Web Exclusive |04:46 |

Amanda Tapping (Col. Samantha Carter) answers fan questions from the Forum in this special Q&A series.

Dilbert - Video: 'The Little People'

Courtesy of HULU, Dilbert's 'The Little People.'

A group of tiny engineers, who have been literally downsized, are stealing dry-erase markers and causing problems. Dogbert organizes a posse to stop them, and decides to sell them as toys.

Stargate Atlantis - MGM Stargate: 4 NEW Behind the Scenes Stills - Ghost in the Machine

From MGM Stargate's Behind the Scenes photo gallery for Stargate Atlantis:

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4 behind-the-scenes stills from 'Ghost in the Machine.'

Robert Moloney as Koracen

Director Ken Girotti, Robert Moloney, Joe Flanigan...and I have no idea who that is on the far right

Fight coordinator James Bamford and Joe's stunt double

Stargate Atlantis - MGM Stargate: NEW Stills for 'Ghost in the Machine' Aug 11 '08

From MGM Stargate:

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Episode 5: Ghost in the Machine (preview)

14 stills have been added to the MGM Stargate site.

Fran (Michelle Morgan)

Richard Woolsey (Robert Picardo)

Fran and Woolsey

Dr. Rodney McKay (David Hewlett)

Lt. Col. John Sheppard (Joe Flanigan)

Shep, Fran, McKay and Woolsey

Koracen (Robert Moloney) and Shep