Friday, November 28, 2008

Stargate SG-1 / Atlantis - GateWorld: Peter Flemming Video Interview

At GateWorld:


GateWorld talks with Peter Flemming

Whenever there was a corrupt government body that needed wringing or an impostor posing as a member of Stargate Command, one honest soul from within the NID could always be phoned to help set the record straight: Malcolm Barrett.

Actor Peter Flemming played this agent of accountability from Season Five to Ten of Stargate SG-1, along with two episodes of Stargate Atlantis. GateWorld is proud to publish our first interview with the actor who helped set the corrupt NID straight.

Peter talks about the casting for the part in Season Five's "Wormhole X-Treme!", nearly shying away from the role, Barrett's relationship with Samantha Carter, and much more!

GateWorld's video interview with Peter runs approximately 23 minutes, and requires QuickTime 7.0 or higher. Interview transcript at the link above. The interview is also available at GateWorld Play!

A brief excerpt:

GW: What do you think is in store for this character's future? Have they contacted you about Season Five yet for Atlantis?
PF: No. No, I thought maybe you guys might have some inside scoop on Barrett in Season Five. But we're really hoping that he gets back. Because I think it's always a good fit when Agent Barrett comes in and does a little bit when they come to Earth. It's good. Bring him back.

GW: Do you ever think he's perceived as, "Uh-oh, here comes Agent Barrett, what's wrong now?" Do you think he's perceived as a bad-news kind of guy?
PF: Yes and no. I mean there's times when he does have to present bad news, but I think he's a good go-to guy. I think he's a good middle man that gives information that Stargate [Command] needs. I think that's what I like about the character where he stays fairly neutral.

Being the guy that offers information and can also be involved in the activity as well. I mean you're there to support. And when you're there, you're playing a supporting role. It's good to have that neutrality about him but also engaging, of course. And I think that's what Barrett's all about. And I think he does a damn good job at it. [Laughter]

David Boreanaz - Bones - Video: 'The Bone That Blew'

Courtesy of FOX and HULU, Bones' 'The Bone That Blew,' starring Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, Tamara Taylor, T.J. Thyne and John Francis Daley. Guest stars include Sterling Beaumon, Hannah Leigh Dworkin, Molly Hagan, Ryan O'Neal, Ty Panitz and Gina Torres.

The remains of an ex-Marine lead Brennan and Booth to investigate an ultra-elite group of families filled with lies and deception.

Stargate SG-1 - Profiles In History: Jaffa Costume/Staff Auction

At Profiles in History:

Auction at Profiles in History

Thursday - December 11, 2008 at 12:00 pm pst

Auction Location:
26901 Agoura Road, Suite 150, Calabasas Hills, CA 91301

Preview Weekdays - Monday, November 17, through Tuesday, December 9, 2008

from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (by appointment only)

LOT #518

Complete screen-used Jaffa costume with working serpent helmet from Stargate SG-1

(MGM-TV, 1997-2007) Stunning multi-piece Jaffa costume with working serpent helmet. A rare and iconic costume from the successful Stargate SG1 television series. The head is constructed of hard rubber with integral helmet to secure it on the actor’s head. A small hidden switch illuminates the eyes to make them glow red. Included are the wool blend 2-piece tunic and pants, rubber chest and shoulder armor collar, rubber breastplate, belt and ornate buckle, leatherette skirt, two pieces of leg armor and two wrist gauntlets. An incredible display piece.
$10000 - $12000

LOT #517

Stargate “Jafar” Staff used in the film and Stargate SG-1
(Carolco, 1994) A very rare Jafar staff weapon used in the Kurt Russell Sci-fi movie Stargate and then subsequently 'handed down' and used on the hit TV show Stargate SG1. This hero prop can be seen being used by the Jafar at various points throughout the movie and subsequently in the TV show. The highly detailed weapon is made from fiberglass, with an internal steel-strengthening rod. The staff has intricate engravings and decorations along the shaft and head and it and has been expertly painted with a bronze finish with a variety of different coloured highlights. In excellent condition with only a few minor scuffs from use during the productions. This amazing original screen used prop is one of only a few still known to be in existence. Measures 84 ½ in. in length.
$8000 - $10000

Other scifi genre included in this auction are:

Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, The
Alien 3
Alien: Resurrection
Back to the Future
Back To The Future II
Batman & Robin
Batman Begins
Batman Forever
Batman Returns
Batman: The Dark Knight
Battlestar Galactica
Beauty and the Beast
Black Hole, The
Chronicles Of Riddick, The
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Fahrenheit 451
Fantastic Voyage
Fifth Element, The
Flash Gordon
Forbidden Planet
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, The
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The
Logan’s Run
Lois And Clark: The New Adventures Of Superman
Mars Attacks!
Men In Black
Men In Black II
Planet of the Apes
Rocketeer, The
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Star Trek II: The Search for Spock
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Star Trek: First Contact
Star Trek: The Animated Adventures
Star Trek: The Original Series
Star Wars
Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Superman II
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
Superman Returns
Superman: The Movie
Teenagers From Out Space
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Terminator, The
War of the Worlds, The
Wing Commander
World Science Fiction Convention
X-Files: Fight the Future, The

Stargate: Continuum - TV Zone Magazine # 231/232 - Ben Browder Interview

At Visimag:

TV Zone Issue 231/232

Only $4.99 (print price $9.99) (.pdf file)

• 148 packed pages:


Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Exclusive interviews - Star Lena Headey

Doctor Who (2000s) Exclusive - Monster creator Neill Gorton

V Exclusive – Star Jane Badler, aka Diana

Stargate Continuum Exclusive - Star Ben Browder

EXCLUSIVE - Hold on to your hat (and stomach) as star Ben Browder takes us for a high-G ride in a jet fighter ...

Eureka New Season Exclusive - Actor Ed Quinn

Robot Chicken Exclusive – Show creator Seth Green

Battlestar Galactica (2000s) – Star Michael Hogan

Survivors (2000s) Exclusive – Stars Zoe Tapper and Paterson Joseph

Pushing Daisies - Stars Lee Pace and Anna Friel

24 Exclusive – Producer Jon Cassir

Heroes Exclusive – Star Masi Oka

• PLUS news (the new Doctor Who), reviews and more...

Sanctuary - Cult Times Magazine # 159 - Robin Dunne Interview

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Cult Times Issue 159

Only $2.99 (print price $7.99) (.pdf file)

Doctor Who

The Christmas special previewed, and who could be the next Doctor?


Creator Tim Kring examines his work so far

• Fringe Star John Noble, aka loopy scientist Walter Bishop

Survivors (2000s) Stars Phillip Rhys and Chahak Patel rate their characters' chances

Eli Stone Star Julie Gonzalo on playing consummate do-gooder Maggie

Sanctuary Star Robin Dunne becomes a monster

Robin Dunne discusses his role of Dr. Will Zimmerman, a man who's learning there's far more in the world than he ever dreamed.


• Unique TV Listings
December 2008's UK cult programmes listed, with full episode details