Friday, April 17, 2009

Stargate's Michael Shanks - Video: Outer Limits: 'Mary 25'

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Courtesy of HULU, The Outer Limits' 'Mary 25,' starring Cynthia Geary, Tom Butler, Stargate SG-1's Michael Shanks, Sofia Shinas, Britt McKillip, Matthew Prior, Patricia Mayen-Salazar, Paula Shaw and Ian Robison.

A robotic nanny becomes involved in a love triangle.

Star Trek - Kellogg's & Keebler Star Trek Promotion

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Boldly go where no one has gone before with these exclusive offers found on specially-marked Kellog's and Keebler products while supplies last.

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Free Movie Ticket by Mail

Star Trek Plate by Mail

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David James Elliott - TV Guide Online: 'Knights of Bloodsteel'

At TV Guide Online:

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David James Elliott Plunges into Sci Fi's Knights of Bloodsteel

Apr 17, 2009
by Erin Fox

JAG's David James Elliott has traded his buzzcut and pressed uniform for a flowing mane and leather battle-wear to star in Sci Fi's two-part movie event Knights of Bloodsteel (Sunday, April 19 and Monday, April 20, 9 pm/ET, Sci Fi). Elliott stars as freedom fighter John Serragoth in this tale about the continent of Mirabilis, where humans, goblins, elves and dwarves seek bloodsteel, an ore that imparts magical abilities to anyone who can draw it from the Earth. spoke with Elliott about making the leap into the fantasy genre, training for sword-fighting scenes and talking up the idea of a JAG reunion.

A brief excerpt: How long did it take you to learn how to sword-fight?
Elliott: I grew up in the theater — the classical theater — I went to theater school and studied swordplay. I worked with a man named Patty Crane who was Errol Flynn's stand-in back in the '30s in Hollywood. So I wasn't a stranger to sword-fighting, but it had been a while. It seemed pretty intricate. Were you ever nervous you'd get hurt?
Elliott: Well it's choreographed, so hopefully it comes off like a dance. ... The swords were made of steel and they were sharp. I had one glance off my eyebrow — ripped through my eyebrow and just missed taking my eye out. So I had one mishap, but it's pretty amazing that with all the fights we had, that was the only disaster. Usually in fistfights you get punched in the face. I remember on JAG, Joe Jackson punched Stephen Culp and shattered his nose. You know, we were going into our 18th hour of shooting, and they had a sequence where he had to pretend to punch him in the face, and he landed it and they had to take him away in an ambulance.

David Boreanaz - Bones - Video: 'Mayhem on a Cross'

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Courtesy of FOX and HULU, Bones' 'Mayhem on a Cross,' starring Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, Tamara Taylor, John Francis Daley and T.J. Thyne. Guest stars include Eugene Byrd, Michael William Freeman, Stephen Fry, Frank Pacheco, Tania Raymonde, Greg Roman, John Thomas and A.J. Trauth.

Death metal music strikes a fatal chord.

Stargate SG-1's Michael Shanks - All Headline News: 'Living Out Loud'

[NOTE: 'Living out Loud' will be repeated Friday, May 8 at 9:00PM and Sunday, May 17 at 9:00PM on The Hallmark Channel.]

At All Headline News:

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Hallmark Channel Gives Free Mammograms And Movies For Moms In May

April 17, 2009

by Anthony Jones - Celebrity News Service Contributor

Miami, FL (CNS) - Hallmark Channel is giving viewers a whole week of mom-themed movies for Mother's Day, as well as a chance to give free mammograms to women around the world from their website. The free mammogram support is just a click away at the Hallmark Channel website, but Hallmark hopes to have viewers clicking to it everyday beginning May 2nd for "Mom-O-Rama" week, which includes the premiere of their latest original movie, "Living Out Loud."

"Living Out Loud" stars Gail O' Grady and Michael Shanks ("Stargate SG-1") in a film about a woman with dreams of being a singer who is diagnosed with breast cancer and the toll it takes on her family. The film has its world premiere on the channel on May 2nd ...

Stargate SG-1 - Video: 'The Nox'

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Courtesy of SciFi Channel and HULU, Stargate SG-1's 'The Nox,' starring Richard Dean Anderson, Michael Shanks, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge and Don S. Davis. Guest stars include Armin Shimerman, Peter Williams, Ray Xifo, Gary Jones, Frida Betrani, Terry David Mulligan and Michasha Armstrong.

When a planned ambush goes wrong, resulting in fatalities among the SG-1 team, the peace-loving Nox restore them to life. But while these gentle people can bring back the dead, can the Nox resist the deadly technology of the Goa'uld?