Saturday, November 22, 2008

Twilight - Video: Premiere Special

Courtesy of TV Guide Big Movie Premiere and HULU:

TV Guide Specials - Twilight Premiere Special

Special |09:34 |

Get ready to vamp it up as TV Guide Network takes you behind the velvet rope to the most anticipated teen movie this side of Harry Potter, TWILIGHT! Get the story, meet the stars and see what everyone was wearing on the red carpet!

Stargate Atlantis / SG1 - Stargate Planet: Carl Binder Interview

At Stargate Planet:



Interview with Carl Binder

Carl Binder about his role as scriptwriter at Stargate SG-1 and Stargate: Atlantis

Autor: S.Schwager

Carl Binder was born in Windsor, ON; Canada and he was a writer on Stargate SG-1 as well as on Stargate Atlantis. He also executive produced several Stargate Atlantis episodes and creatively advised for Stargate SG-1 episodes. We're grateful that he took some time off his busy schedule to answer a few career related questions for our German website visitors.

A brief excerpt: What's your favourite Stargate episode and why?

CB: Of the Atlantis episodes I didn't write, I really love McKay and Mrs. Miller, as well as Remnants and Be All My Sins Remember'd. Of the episodes I did write, it's hard to single out one, so I'll pick a favorite from each season that I've been on staff:

Season 2 - Michael, Season 3 - Phantoms, Season 4 - Missing, Season 5 - The Prodigal.

Twilight - Video: Kristen Stewart & BadGuys

Courtesy of TV Guide's Big Movie Premiere and HULU:

Celebrity Interviews - Twilight: Kristen Stewart & BadGuys

Interview |04:37 |

Meet Kristen Stewart, the actress who, as the star of TWILIGHT, is currently the envy of every girl 17 and under in America. Plus, get up close and personal with Cam Gigandet, Edi Gathegi and Rachelle Levefre, aka the bad guys!

Steven Culp - SciFi Talk: Audio Interview

At SciFi Talk:

November 22, 2008

Steven Culp as Henry Wallace from Stargate Atlantis' Miller's Crossing

Steven Culp

Genre fans know this actor from roles in Star Trek Enterprise as Major Hayes or roles in Stargate Atlantis and Eli Stone. He has had other memorable roles in Jag, Desperate Housewives, ER and The West Wing. We discuss his current stage work and upcoming projects. Special thanks to Miriam Milgrom. Music is by Victor Stellar.

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Crusoe - Video: 'Bad Blood'

Courtesy of NBC and HULU, Crusoe's 'Bad Blood,' starring Philip Winchester, Tongai Arnold Chirisa, Mía Maestro, Sam Neill and Anna Walton.

After ingesting poison, a delusional Friday is set on killing Crusoe, who in turn risks everything to find the antidote and save his friend's life.

Sanctuary - NEW Photos from 'Edward' - Nov 22 '08

At Sanctuary For All, ten new publicity stills from 'Edward' (please follow the link to view all the photos in their original format).

Will Zimmerman (Robin Dunne), Helen Magnus (Amanda Tapping), Gabrielle Rose as Edward's mother and Michael Eisner as Edward

Henry Foss (Ryan Robbins)

Detective Joe Kavanaugh (Kavan Smith) and Will


Ashley Magnus (Emilie Ullerup) and Helen


Twilight - Space Podcast: Twilight Cast Audio Interview

At Canada's Space Channel's Space Podcast:


November 21 '08

-Twilight actors Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Nikki Reed, and Rachelle Lefevre are featured in this week's podcast, along with 'Chuck' star Zachary Levi, and 'Chuck' creator Chris Fedak. We Time Travel into the Vault for a 1996 interview with Octavia Butler. As well, Teddy Wilson joins host Mark Askwith for a chat.

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Stargate Atlantis - MGM Stargate: Video: Paul McGillion Talks About Outsiders

At MGM Stargate:

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

Paul McGillion Talks About Outsiders

2:56 8.29MB

Behind the scenes with Paul McGillion on the set of Outsiders!

Sanctuary - Updates for The Five/Edward/Requiem - Video

From the SciFi Channel's Sanctuary site, updates for November 21, 2008:


* Episode Synopsis

* Episode Photos

WATCH Edward online at Eight day delay -- available Nov. 29 ‘08

At HULU: Eight day delay -- available Nov. 29 ‘08

NEXT new episode: Requiem airs Friday December 5 at 10pm on the SciFi Channel (US).

A call for help deep below the Bermuda Triangle results in the deadly battle to save Dr. Magnus life.

Trailer for Requiem at

NEW Quiz!

The Five

Watch: Full episode - The Five


Courtesy of HULU:

Circumstances and enemies separate Magnus, Ashley and Will. Now they must each decide whom to trust, and whom to flee.

Stargate SG-1 - GateWorld: Dan Shea Video Interview

At GateWorld:


GateWorld talks with Dan Shea

Saving the galaxy on a weekly basis can be dangerous work. Sometimes you can't make it through an hour without getting a little roughed up. And for many years, one man has been either getting roughed up or been the one in charge of making sure others do it safely -- Dan Shea.

As both Richard Dean Anderson's stunt double and Sergeant "Sly" Siler on-screen, or as SG-1' stunt coordinator off-screen, Shea has been instrumental in making all the fights, explosions and other stunts both fun to watch and harmless to those performing them.

GateWorld sat down with Dan earlier this year at the Creation Entertainment Stargate convention in Vancouver -- and it's the first time we've gotten the chance to talk with him. Due to time constraints, the interview is extremely short. However, in that brief time, Dan opens up about how he got into the stunt business, what brought him into the Stargate franchise, how he wound up in front of the camera as "Siler," and more!

GateWorld's video interview with Dan runs approximately six minutes, and requires QuickTime 7.0 or higher. An interview transcription is available at the link above. The interview is also available at GateWorld Play! (Please follow the link to view the video in its original format.)

A brief excerpt:

GW: How did you end up in front of the screen as Siler?
DS: There was just an audition and I remember, I went upstairs, and I started joking around. Brad [Wright] was in there, and Martin Wood, and I thought, "If you're trying to be funny, they'll like you and give you the part." The problem was, the guy was a computer geek, not funny. And so Greenberg gave me hell. Michael Greenberg. He said, "You fool, you have a chance to get this part. What are you doing, you blew it." And I thought I did good because they were laughing. Well, it was a serious role, so he made me go back and do it again, and spew out the techno-jargon, and I got it.