Thursday, March 27, 2008

Stargate: Continuum - GateWorld: Simon alludes to Goa'uld romance

From GateWorld:

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Simon alludes to Goa'uld romance

Qetesh (Claudia Black) and Ba'al (Cliff Simon)


Actor Cliff Simon ("Baal") hints about some unexpected romance fans might see in Stargate: Continuum.

Stargate: Continuum is expected to be released on DVD this July. GateWorld's complete audio interview with actor Cliff Simon will be available soon!

Battlestar Galactica - SciFi Pulse: Video Interviews from SCI FI 2008 Upfront

At SciFi Pulse:

Battlestar Galactica Red Carpet - Part One

SCI FI Wire Exclusive

SCI FI Wire talks to the cast and creators of "Battlestar Galactica" on the red carpet at the SCI FI 2008 Upfront.

2:41 in length, formatted in Adobe Flash Player 9

Stargate Atlantis - Stargate Planet: Ben Cotton Interview

From Stargate Planet:



Ben Cotton as Kavanagh in SGA's "Midway"

A brief excerpt:

We know Ben Cotton as "Dr. Kavanagh" on the long running tv show Stargate Atlantis and we're grateful that he took some time off his busy schedule to answer a few career related questions for our German website visitors. Is it true that your Atlantis character now has a first name? Peter?

BC: Peter it is. I even have a name tag to prove it. What's your favourite scene on Atlantis so far and why?

BC: Favourite scene... I really enjoyed doing the interrogation scenes in 'Critical Mass'. We shot them all one after the other which made for a long day, but they were really fun. Tori Higginson is great to work with... er argue with I guess I should say. It's fun to play such a twit.


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Stargate Atlantis - MGM Stargate: Last Look: Season Finale

From MGM Stargate:

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Last Look: Season Finale

March 27, 2008 (Episodes)

Director Martin Wood discusses the filming of Stargate Atlantis' tempestuous fourth-season finale, `The Last Man'.

A brief excerpt:

Director Martin Wood, charged with bringing the episode to the screen,
was himself bowled over by the concept.

"When I first picked it up I thought, `Oh, this is a Sheppard story,'" he recalls. "Then as I read on I went, `No, it's not, it's a Sheppard and McKay story. There's a lot of McKay in this.' And then as I kept reading I thought, `This is really cool because it looks on the face of it to be one story - it looks like it's about this last man, but it's actually about the two last men.' The fact that one of them is a hologram notwithstanding, it's about two of our heroes. I really thought it was interesting because it wasn't immediately obvious that our team was in jeopardy. One person was in jeopardy and then a second person – but then you realize that the team has gone."