Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Stargate Universe - MGM Stargate: David Blue Interview - Stargate Magazine #31

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David Blue Interview - Stargate Magazine #31

Stargate Magazine, Nov 4th, 2009

The latest issue of Stargate Magazine features an exclusive interview with David Blue. In the following extract, the actor talks about playing the brains of the outfit in Stargate Universe, computer whiz Eli Wallace…

“Eli knows he’s smart,” explains Blue. “He’s not a genius in that he was born an Einstein, but he can figure things out and see patterns in things. One of the reasons I think he has a good sense of humor is that he can see patterns in the world and find the humor in certain things. That’s who Eli is, and because he applied his intelligence to random things, he never truly found his way. He dropped out of MIT and had a whole bunch of stuff in his life that took precedence..."

Read the full interview in issue 31 of The Official Stargate SG-1/Atlantis/SGU Magazine, on newsstands now!

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Stargate Universe - GateWorld: Podcast: ‘Water’

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GateWorld Podcast: ‘Water’

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It’s episode six of Stargate Universe this week! Darren and David talk about “Water,” last week’s new episode of the show. We’ll discuss the return of the dust devil lifeform, putting Stargates on inhospitable planets, those familiar EVA suits, a missed character opportunity, and more. Tune in to hear our analysis of the episode, our quibbles, as well as some voicemail from other fans.

But first up, we’ll take a look at the recent post by producer Joseph Mallozzi on the bad behavior of some fans online.

Stargate Universe - GateWorld Play: NEW Video - Clip from 'Earth'

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VIDEO TITLE: Preview: Earth

Eli and Chloe enjoy unexpected opportunities while trading bodies on Earth.