Sunday, August 31, 2008

Stargate SG-1 - GateWorld: SG-1 novel trilogy promises season-arc event

At GateWorld:

(Please follow the link for the complete GateWorld article.)

SG-1 novel trilogy promises season-arc event


Author Steven Savile talks about next year's big Stargate novel series.

A brief excerpt:

Swedish based author Steven Savile has exploded onto the publishing scene the last few years with dozens of works set in the worlds of Doctor Who, Warhammer, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Torchwood, and his own universes. He has now joined Fandemonium to pen a trilogy of Stargate SG-1 novels set in the middle of Season Five.

GateWorld caught up with Steven to ask him about how the novel deal came about.
"It was an interesting time for me personally," the author said. "I'd just finished writing the Primeval novel and come to the realization that I had said everything I had to say about vampires [the Black Library Vampire Wars series] and had no interest in writing my fifth vampire novel in three years. You get a little worried about repeating yourself -- and there's only so many ways to suck neck, after all! Then I heard that Sally Malcolm was looking for new writers for the SG-1 and Atlantis lines. A few e-mails later we were fast friends and a huge idea was spawning..."

...Stay tuned to GateWorld for our exclusive interview with Steven Savile when the first book in the trilogy is published in early 2009. Learn more about Fandemonium's series of Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis novels in GateWorld's Books section, and visit Savile online now at his Web site.

Stargate Atlantis - David Hewlett's Blog Update Aug 31 '08

At David Hewlett's 'A Dog's Breakfast,' blog update for August 31, 2008:

(Please follow the link for the complete blog update.)

David Hewlett, Mars (the dog), Paul McGillion and Kate Hewlett

Pushing the dog and finishing McKay

Written by dgeek

Sunday, 31 August 2008 18:08

Greetings strangers!

...Weird shooting the last few episodes of Atlantis, I must say. Cooper's giant episode "Vegas" is going to keep me busy all weekend with the brain stomping amount of McKay dialogue next week...I'm not going to miss that aspect of things...then again, maybe I will! Next up, we're on to the 100th and last episode followed by a fancy 100th episode party that is now serving as the final wrap bash.

I'm getting tons of email with well-wishes and reactions to the cancellation and I really appreciate your kindness and enthusiasm for what we do and did here at Atlantis. Obviously I'm all for you letting me know, but make sure you do the same to MGM, FOX, SciFi, and any channel you've been watching us on...they really need to know how much you want to see McKay...I mean Atlantis...back on TV!

No word on the Atlantis movie yet, but I imagine info will trickle in once the writing department is finished with season five.

MGM/FOX has just let us know that they've decided to hold off on an international release for "A Dog's Breakfast" until February 2009...ARRGH! We've been pushed so many times and heard so many conflicting things now that we're finding it hard to get that excited.

So for the record, the "official word" is that "A Dog's Breakfast" will now be released in the following markets to tie in with the release of season five of ATLANTIS. You should be able to get the film in Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, The UK, and Australia at the same time you're picking up your last twenty episodes of Atlantis...

lots of love


Stargate Atlantis - NEW Behind the Scenes Photos from 'Whispers' - Plus, Gary Jones Guest Stars in 'Enemy at the Gate'

At Joseph Mallozzi's blog update for August 31, 2008:

(Please follow the link for the complete blog update, and to view the NEW behind the scenes photos from Stargate Atlantis' 'Whispers,' plus a new food weird food purchase video.)

August 31, 2008: The Blue Screen of Death, A Horrific Crime and the Likely Suspects, The Weird Food Purchase of the Day - Guest Edition

I would seem my laptop is not long for this world. Twice, yesterday, I fell victim to the blue screen of death. One second, I'm copy and pasting the day's blog entry into the wordpress window and, the next, my computer is rebooting. I ended up spending most of last night watching Mad Men while I backed up two year's worth of blog entries, scripts, pics, videos, and contacts. It was while I was going through
my photo archive that I discovered a whack o' Whispers snaps I was holding back on, some of which I've posted today, plenty more of which I'll be posting in the days ahead.


And another reminder that if you read The Church of Dead Girls and have a question for author Stephen Dobyns, let's seem 'em. Allie, this means you!

Today's video: The return of The Weird Food Purchase of the Day. In this installment, guest eater Carl Binder samples ox-tail.

Mailbag catch-up:

GrapesofWraith writes: "A quick question - do the stairs at the end of the video lead up to the production offices, or are they in a different building?"
Answer: Yes, they do. The stairs let out onto a corridor. Take a left, and it will take you down past accounting to the art department. Take a right and you'll hit a door (see the production offices walk-thru vid).

Anais33 a ecrit: "Pourquoi ne jamais répondre a mes questions? Vous n m'aimez pas?"
Reponse: Si vous avez envoyer votre question, j'ai pu l'avoir manqué. Si vous avez une question, Il est plus facile pour moi à repondre a vos questions ici.
Translation: If you're looking to get a question answered, post them here instead of sending me an email.

Ben writes: "And also where do we sit in terms of getting another SG1 movie?"
Answer: If all goes as planned, we should be filming both the SGA movie and the third SG-1 around the same time next year.

PG15 writes: "Good to know we'll get to see the SGC one last time before the Atlantis series…*sniff*…finishes. Does that mean we'll see Walter too?"
Answer: Yes, Walter will put in an appearance before the series ends.

NIMBUS writes: "I'm wondering why the Destiny crew won't be able to land on the new planet and use its Stargate to send a rescue team to a previously visited planet?"
Answer: I can't wait to find out the answer myself.

Stargate SG-1 - Richard Dean Anderson Web Site Updates Aug 31 '08

From a Richard Dean Anderson website e-mail announcement:

Updates at

Richard Dean Anderson at GateCon '08, photo courtesy of GateWorld

Two more appendices have been added to the Stargate SG-1 Lexicon. In addition to the Goa'uld Dictionary, you'll now also find an Unas Dictionary.

I have also added what is perhaps one of the most fun sections of the
Lexicon - an index to many of the cameo appearances that have been made on the show.

I have begun working on a summary of the Gatecon weekend, and I will be adding to the Updates and Archives sections soon, probably in segments as they are completed. As with the Avalon [convention] summary, I welcome contributions of photos from other fans who were there. If you have some outstanding photos that you'd like to offer to the site, I'm accepting donations. :) You can reach me at: kate100 @ optonline. net (no spaces)

It was a fabulous and very busy weekend, and more updates will be coming as I slowly return to reality.

Thanks for visiting!

Richard Dean Anderson Website

Bones - Video: Season 4 Preview: 'You Blokes'

Courtesy of FOX and HULU, a season four preview for Bones, 'You Blokes.' Bones premieres Wednesday, September 3 at 8pm on FOX.

(Please click on the photo for a larger format.)

Bones - You Blokes

Current Preview (s.4 : ep.1) |01:45 |

Booth would hate it if Bones was killed.

House - Video: Season 5 Preview

Courtesy of FOX and HULU, season 5 preview for House.

House - Season 5 Preview

Interview |02:06 |

The cast discusses some of the twists and turns coming up in season five.

House premieres Tuesday September 16 '08 at 8pm on FOX.

Psych - Video: Bloopers from: Disco Didn't Die, It Was Murdered

Courtesy of USA and HULU, bloopers from Psych's 'Disco Didn't Die, It Was Murdered.'

Psych - Disco Didn't Die, It Was Murdered

Outtake (s.3 : ep.5) |01:23 |

Bloopers from the latest episode.

(With James Roday, Dule Hill and Corbin Bernsen)

Star Trek: The Next Generation - Viewers Choice Marathon - Mon, Sept 1 '08

For the Labor Day holiday, the SciFi Channel has scheduled a day long Star Trek: The Next Generation Viewers Choice Marathon for Monday, September 1 '08:

10:00A THE BIG GOODBYE - Peabody Award winning episode
12:00P RELICS - James Doohan guest stars as Scotty
1:00P I, BORG
3:00P Q WHO? - The introduction of...the Borg!
10:00P THE PEGASUS - Lost's Terry O'Quinn guest stars

SciFi Channel Star Trek: The Next Generation website:

Alternate Reality Quiz

Stargate SG-1 - Stargate Planet: Vena Sood Interview

From Stargate Planet:

(Please follow one of the links for the complete interview.)



A brief excerpt:

Interview with Veena Soot (08/2008)

Veena Sood was born in Nairobi, Kenia. She's of East Indian descent and immigrated to Canada with her family. She has dual citizenship to Canada and the UK. In Canada, she's based in Vancouver and we're grateful that she's taking some time off her busy schedule to answer a few career related questions for our German website visitors. In the last episode of Stargate SG-1's season 6 ("Full Circle") you played an Abydonian woman; in 2006 in the episode "Stronghold", you played the character of "Dr. Kelly". How did you prepare for these characters and what could you tell us regarding the shooting of your scenes of these two episodes?
VS: The Abydonian episode was fun because we were playing people from another world. So it was nice to be in different types of wardrobe, and inhabit a new world. For "Dr. Kelly" I basically had to be a straightforward Dr. A part I've done many other times in film and TV!

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - The SciFi World: Josh Friedman & Lena Headey interview

At The SciFi World:

(Please follow the link for the complete interview.)

Josh Friedman & Lena Headey interview

Josh Friedman is an American screenwriter best known as the writer of the 2005 film adaptation of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds. Friedman also publishes the blog "I Find Your Lack of Faith Disturbing". He is now executive producer and writer on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

Lena Headey is a British actress who is best known for her appearances in The Brothers Grimm (2005), Possession (2002), and 300 (2006), and playing Sarah Connor in
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

A full transcription of the press conference call from August 28th [at the link above].

A brief excerpt:

Question: Once the premiere airs, the water cooler conversation’s going to be about the first appearance of the liquid terminator, did you end up playing that a little bit sooner than you had ever hoped, having that character appear, and are we at a state in technology where it’s cost efficient for you to try it out on a regular basis?
Josh Friedman: Did we try it out earlier than we wanted to? No. I mean, I think it’s exactly when we wanted to. It sort of was serendipitous. We were working on this character and wanted to introduce somebody who was more of an antagonist, and I didn’t want to do just the basic evil corporate type, so it was a natural progression, and it’s done. It’s expensive to do, but it’s not necessarily anymore expensive to do than an endoskeleton. I mean, morphing technology and GI is something that’s been kind of streamline, I think, in terms of cost over the years since it was first done. It’s still time consuming. It’s more just sort of, it’s just the art of it, just sort of getting it right in terms of the rates of change and kind of what it looks like and the texturing. We went back and forth quite a bit in this first episode because it was the first time that we’d done it.

Question: In the beginning, you talked about having somewhere to go with the character, so could you talk about what the gradual progression Sarah is on this year will be?
Lena Headey: It’s been an interesting season. I feel that Sarah has taken a, kind of a backseat in terms of being proactive and taking care of business. I think that we’re going to see a lot more of John taking control and then becoming, making steps towards becoming the man he has to be to take on his tasks. And I think this season for Sarah is kind of her losing slight control over everything pretty much, and my feeling is that I think there’s a slow madness sort of happening in her because she feels that everything’s kind of out of reach right now.

Stargate SG-1 - 6pm Weekday Rotation Episodes week Sept 1 '08

Due to the Labor Day holiday programming, the SciFi Channel has only scheduled two Stargate SG-1 6pm rotation episodes for the week of September 1 '08:

9/04/2008 RIPPLE EFFECT - Guest starring Teryl Rothery as Dr. Janet Fraiser and JR Bourne as Martouf

9/05/2008 STRONGHOLD - Guest starring Cliff Simon as Ba'al

Heroes - Video: Webisode - Chapter 2: The House Guest

Courtesy of NBC and HULU, Heroes' websisode, 'Chapter 2: The House Guest.'

Heroes - Chapter 2: The House Guest

Web Exclusive (s.1 : ep.2) |03:13 |

Before Echo can escape with Gina, the Company pays a house visit.

Stargate Atlantis - 5pm Weekday Rotation Episodes week Sept 1 '08

Due to the SciFi Channel (US) Labor Day holiday programming, there will only two Stargate Atlantis 5pm weekday rotation episodes the week of September 1 '08:

9/04/2008 THE LOST BOYS

9/05/2008 THE HIVE

Photos courtesy of GateWorld

Exosquad - Video: 'Hidden Terrors'

Courtesy of HULU, Exosquad's 'Hidden Terrors,' starring the voice talents of Lisa Ann Beley, Robby Benson, Gary Chalk, Michael Donovan, Janyse Jaud, Wally Marsh and Richard Newman.

Exosquad continues its battle with Tethysian pirates until it gets word that Neosapiens have attacked the Homeworlds.

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Stargate SG-1 / Atlantis - Video: Set Tour Stage 5 Part Two

At Joseph Mallozzi's blog update for August 30, 2008:

(Please follow the link for the complete blog update and to view the NEW video, the second half of the Stage 5 tour.)

Sharon Taylor and David Nykl or, if you prefer, Amelia Banks and Radek Zelenka

August 30, 2008: Actress Sharon Taylor Answers Your Questions and We Complete Our Tour of Stage 5.

With the end of production on Stargate Atlantis less than a month away, I'm going to do my best to introduce you all to some of the amazing unsung heroes who have worked very hard behind the scenes these many years. They may not get the all-expenses-paid invites to the overseas conventions but that doesn't mean that their contribution to the success of the show was no less important than the likes of the series regulars, writers, or producers. Over the past couple of months, you got to know the likes of VFX Supervisor Mark Savela, Director of Photography Jim Menard. In the coming days, it'll be Props Master Evil Kenny Gibbs and Director Andy Mikita. Among the many others on my "to pester" list: Composer Joel Goldsmith, Stunt Coordinator James Bam Bam Bamford, Director Will Waring, Playback Supervisor Krista McLean, SPFX Supervisor Wray Douglas, Costume Designer Valerie Halverson, Production Designer James Robbins, and many others. Can't promise they'll all have the time to drop by, but it doesn't hurt to ask - or apply extreme pressure if they prove reluctant (Yes, I'm talking about you, Will.).

As for today, I'm happy to turn this blog over to actress Sharon Taylor who went from a "blink and you'll miss her" appearance as a replicator in Progeny to a recurring role as gate technician Amelia Banks...

Stargate SG-1 - GateWorld: SG-1 cast remembers Davis

At GateWorld:

(Please follow the link for the complete GateWorld article.)

SG-1 cast remembers Davis


Happy memories of late actor Don S. Davis were shared at Creation Entertainment's Chicago Stargate convention.

A brief excerpt:

Cast and crew of both Stargate series, along with millions of fans worldwide, were shocked to learn of the passing of veteran actor Don S. Davis earlier this summer. The man who brought to life the character of General George Hammond clearly had an effect on the people who met him -- from cast members who worked alongside him for years to people whose lives he touched just in passing.

Creation Entertainment's Official Stargate convention, held August 22-24 at Chicago's Wyndham O'Hare hotel, was dedicated to the actor's memory. Davis had originally been scheduled to be a guest there prior to his untimely passing. Attendees of the con who had met Davis were offered a chance to take the stage themselves briefly Friday afternoon to share their memories of the late actor. Many of the attending celebrities also mentioned him during their time on-stage...

Stick with GateWorld for more updates from Creation's Chicago event in the days to come! Interviews with Alexis Cruz, Tony Amendola and a brand-new sit-down with Michael Shanks are coming soon. And keep it locked to GateWorld as we bring you more reactions from Atlantis cast members on the cancellation of the series.

Star Trek - Associated Press: Trekkies pay final visits to Las Vegas attraction

From the Associated Press (via Yahoo! News):

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Model ships hang at the entrance to the Star Trek Experience at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas on Monday, Aug. 25, 2008. The attraction will close Sept. 1 after a ten year run at the hotel. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)

Trekkies pay final visits to Las Vegas attraction

By OSKAR GARCIA, Associated Press Writer Fri Aug 29, 5:14 PM ET

LAS VEGAS - After a decade at the final frontier, Star Trek: The Experience is going where no Las Vegas Strip attraction wants to go.

With a decommissioning ceremony — as befits any great vessel — the exhibit and its replica of the starship Enterprise are closing Monday.

Thousands of trekkies are "beaming up" from across the United Federation of Planets, er, the United States and around the world one last time, according to exhibit spokesman Chad Boutte...

On the Net:

Star Trek

Las Vegas Hilton

Stargate Atlantis - Los Angeles Times: Opening a black hole on 'Stargate Atlantis'

From the Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA):

(Please follow the link for the complete article.)

Michael Shanks guest stars in 'First Contact' scheduled to air Friday, Sept. 26 at 10pm on the SciFi Channel

Opening a black hole on 'Stargate Atlantis'

Sci Fi Channel cancels swashbuckling spinoff, but a new series, 'Universe,' is on the event horizon in 2009.

By David Tischman, Special to The Times

August 31, 2008

THE Sci Fi Channel canceled "Stargate Atlantis" this month, less than halfway through its fifth season. And indeed, the episodes have been disappointing so far, with no new plot twists to enhance the show's wormhole-jumping science fiction mythology. The big cast change -- adding "Star Trek: Voyager's" Robert Picardo as the city's new administrator -- hit with all the power of a phaser set on Blah.

But science fiction fans are loyal, even when our heroes are treading water -- the box office receipts for "Revenge of the Sith" prove that -- and the next batch of episodes in what is now "Atlantis' " final season do get better. Much better. In fact, the midseason two-part finale (airing at the end of September), features a very smart (very big) surprise...

Ronon Dex (Jason Momoa), Lt. Col. John Sheppard (Joe Flanigan) and Dr. Rodney McKay (David Hewlett) from 'The Queen,' scheduled to air Friday, Sept. 12 at 10pm on the SciFi Channel.

...Simply put, "Stargate Atlantis" is the best comic book television we have; not as well written as "Heroes," but with more swashbuckling fun -- and with the American can-do attitude of a space-faring "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (an artifact that could possibly be found in the Pegasus Galaxy).

The new episodes of "Atlantis" continue to air until the end of 2008, with a finale set for the series' 100th episode. The show will live on in syndication, and in original DVD movies (as "SG-1" has done successfully). A new "Stargate" series, "Stargate Universe," with new characters, has been announced, and is set to premiere sometime in 2009.

In that new series, the cast is trapped on a ship at the edge of the galaxy, with no way to get back to Earth. That sounds a lot like "Star Trek: Voyager" -- the least popular of all the "Star Trek" spin-offs -- which spent seven seasons replaying the tragic notion that the crew was lost in space, unable to reach home. But sci-fi fans know how that turned out. Just ask Robert Picardo.

Stargate Atlantis' 'Inquisition' is scheduled to air Friday, October 24 at its new time, 9pm, on the SciFi Channel (US).

ReGenesis - Video: 'The Face of God'

Courtesy of HULU, ReGenesis' 'The Face of God,' starring Peter Outerbridge, Maxim Roy, Conrad Pla, Mayko Nguyen, Dmitry Chepovetsky, Mishu Vellani, Greg Bryk and Ellen Page. Guest stars include Mark Rendall, Kristin Booth, John Boylan ... Reverend Stephen Walsh and Kenneth Welsh.

Lilith and Mick decide to break into his father's office to find evidence that Mick is cloned.

Doctor Who - Make Your Own TARDIS with Cubeecraft

At Cubeecraft:

TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension(s) In Space)

From the tv series "Dr.Who"

Cubeecraft papercraft toys are FREE to download.

Each toy features interlocking tabs for construction - eliminating the need for tape, glue or other messy adhesives. To download click on the model you would like then save the template image.

Each toy is designed to be printed on a standard piece of 8 1/2 X 11 A4 letter paper.

Stargate SG1 / Atlantis - Video: Tour of Stage 5

At Joseph Mallozzi's blog update for August 29, 2008:

(Please follow the link for the complete blog update, to view the NEW photos from Stargate Atlantis season five production in their original format and to view the new video.)

August 29, 2008: We're #1, Ducking the Mix, Honk! Honk!, and a Video Tour of Stage 5, Part 1.

Scene from the big Ronon vs. house cat battle sequence in episode #20.

We're #1! Well, we were anyway. The #1 pirated show on BitTorrent last week, beating out the likes of the Olympic Opening Ceremonies, Psych, and Mad Men, and up from #6 the previous week. No actual hard numbers provided in the report, but one can't help but wonder whether all those illegal downloads have been hurting the show's ratings. The 30% bump Atlantis receives from the Live+7 numbers suggests that our viewers are tech-savvy (not all that surprising considering they are SF fans) and make use of alternate viewing resources such as Tivo, DVR, iTunes and BitTorrent. Exactly how this affected the show's ratings is debatable and, at this point, of little consequence, but I just thought I'd mention it.

Meanwhile, we've still got a show to produce. Identity is shooting, Enemy at the Gate is prepping, and various cuts and mixes abound...

Marty G., taking a page from Homer Simpson's playbook, settles in to watch a mix.

...Hey, Stephen Dobyns, author of The Church of Dead Girls, contacted me yesterday. Apparently, he was away from his email all week, just got back, and is eager to answer your questions. So if you have questions for Stephen, let's see `em. Antisocialbutteflie - I've got yours.

Today's video: Carl Binder leads us on a tour through Stage 5. Part I.

[NOTE: Stage 5 is the Stargate SG-1 sets. Carl Binder advises during the tour that scenes from two recent Stargate Atlantis episodes, Vegas and Inquisition, were filmed on Stage 5.]

Buffy: The Vampire Slayer - Video: 'Ted'

Courtesy of HULU, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer's 'Ted,' starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nicholas Brendon, Alyson Hannigan, Charisma Carpenter, David Boreanaz, Kristine Sutherland and Anthony Head. Guest stars include John Ritter, Robia LaMorte, Ken Thorley and James MacDonald.

When Buffy's mother is romanced by a computer software salesman named Ted, Buffy's uneasy feelings cause her to launch a background investigation.

Stargate SG-1 / Atlantis - Scans from Official Stargate Magazine Issue # 24

Some scans from the current Stargate Official Magazine Issue #24, now on newstands, or available from Titan Magazines:

Behind the scenes photo from season four's The Kindred, Part 2

Stargate Atlantis season 3 & 4 Trading Cards from SciFi Hobby

Behind the scenes photo with Jason Momoa and Rachel Luttrell

Stargate Atlantis series 3 action figures from Diamond Select Toys

Table of Contents for Issue 25

The Colbert Report - Video: Aug 7 '08 Episode

Courtesy of The Comedy Channel and HULU, The Colbert Report's August 7 '08 episode.

"Newsweek" magazine's Olympics Editor Devon Gordon drops by to preview this week's opening ceremony. Later, Thomas Frank, author of "The Wrecking Crew," shares his thoughts about the corruption of America's ruling politicians.

Stargate Atlantis - Canada - The Movie Network: Sept & Oct Schedule

From Canada's The Movie Network:

Stargate Atlantis September and October Schedule on Canada's The Movie Network:

Whispers September 8 - 8:00 pm

The Queen September 15 - 8:00 pm

Tracker September 22 - 8:00 pm

First Contact September 29 - 8:00 pm

The Lost Tribe October 13 - 8:00 pm

Inquisition October 20 - 8:00 pm

Outsiders October 21 - 5:10 am (??? what an odd time...)

Photos courtesy of GateWorld

Friday, August 29, 2008

Stargate Atlantis / SG-1 - GateWorld Play: Video - The Phenomenon: Bruce Woloshyn

At GateWorld Play:

(Please follow the link to view the video in its original format.)

Video - The Phenomenon: Bruce Woloshyn

The digital effects supervisor of Rainmaker, the studio responsible for many of Stargate's visual effects since "Children of the Gods," speaks out about franchise longevity, the fans, and cameo appearances.

(Video length is 8 mins 20 secs.)

Stargate: The Ark of Truth - Canada: Airs Sat, Sept 13 at 10 on

From Canada's

Saturday, September 13, 2008

10:00 PM

Stargate: The Ark of Truth

(PG) (CC) (DV)

SG-1 search for an Ancient Artifact to finally defeat the Ori. But the Artifact is in the Ori Galaxy. Stars Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping, Michael Shanks and Christopher Judge. 2007


Sunday, September 14, 2008 at 3:15 AM

Edward James Olmos / Wes Craven - Video: SPACE at Fan Expo

From Canada's Space Channel's new current events series, Circuit, a video clip with brief interviews with Brent Spiner, Karen David, Jeremy Bulloch, Buzz Aldrin, Wes Craven, Hugh Dillon and Edward James Olmos from Toronto's Fan Expo '08. Video runs approximately 4 mins 5 secs.

Video Link

Some screen prints:

Brent Spiner

Wes Craven

Edward James Olmos

Matthew Fox / Edward James Olmos - HypaSpace Podcast: Audio Interviews

From Canada's Space Channel's HypaSpace Podcast:


August 28

Matthew Fox, Hugh Dillon, Will Wright and Buzz Aldin highlight this week's podcast. As well, we have a clip from Edward James Olmos while he was on the SPACE panel at SFX. As well, Ajay Fry joins host Mark Askwith to discuss the SFX Convention, and SPORE.

Podcast Link

Psych - Video: 'There Might Be Blood'

Courtesy of USA and HULU, Psych's 'There Might Be Blood,' starring James Roday, Dulé Hill, Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson, Kirsten Nelson and Corbin Bernsen. Guest stars include Barry Corbin, Liam James, Michael Jonsson, Jane Lynch, Steve Makaj, Carlos McCullers II and Kelly Overton.

A death on an off-shore oil rig leads to a jurisdictional battle between Chief Vick and her Coast Guard Commander sister, not only over the case but also over the services of Santa Barbara's leading psychic detective.

Crusoe - Video: Series Teaser Trailer

Crusoe, starring Philip Winchester as Robinson Crusoe and Tonagayi Chirisa as Friday, with Anna Walton, Sam Neill and Sean Bean. Premieres on NBC on October 17 '08. Serie's teaser trailer is courtesy of NBC and Hulu.

Of all the great adventures, there is one legend that stands above the rest. Crusoe, this fall on NBC.

Stargate Atlantis - NEW Photos from 'The Queen' - Aug 29 '08

Courtesy of Andreas at GateWorld Forum (please follow the link to view all 12 new photos in their original format):

Stargate Atlantis' 'The Queen' will air later this fall on the SciFi Channel (US).