Saturday, July 3, 2010

Stargate Universe - Video: Exclusive Blu-ray Only Special Features Clip

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Stargate Universe - The Complete First Season - Blu-ray Only Special Features Clips

Featurette Clip - "Chatting with the Cast: Shooting on the Destiny"

Robert Carlyle, David Blue, Jamil Walker Smith and Lou Diamond Phillips discuss filming aboard Stargate Universe's Destiny. Clip includes behind-the-scenes filming footage.

Dean Cain - Syfy: Video Sneak Peek 'Frost Giant' Premieres Aug 7 '10

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This Is It! - Frost Giant : Syfy Original Movie

Watch a sneak peek from the upcoming Syfy Original Movie "Frost Giant." Premieres Saturday August 7 9/8C.

'Frost Giant' cast includes Dean Cain, Steven Waddington, Lucy Brown, Mike Straub, Velizar Binev and Louisa Clein.

Eureka - Syfy: Video - 'Equation'

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Equation - Eureka : Season 4

Take America's smartest little town, an experiment gone wrong and add a mysterious stranger. You get: big changes. Season premiere Friday July 9 9/8C.

Warehouse 13 - Video: Allison Scagliotti's Video Blog - Do It With Style!

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Do It With Style! - Warehouse 13 : Allison Scagliotti's Video Blog

Allison gives you a peek into what makes up Claudia's personal style.

Psych - Video: James Roday Fan Questions, Part 1

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Psych - James Roday Fan Questions, Part 1


Psych star James Roday answers questions submitted by fans.

Psych is back on Wednesdays starting July 14th on USA.

Jeffrey Donovan - Burn Notice - Video: 'Breach of Faith'

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USA Burn Notice - Breach of Faith

Season 4 : Ep. 4 |42:23| |Closed Captions available

The stakes become higher than expected when Michael and Sam are inadvertently dragged into a hostage situation at a local bank. Meanwhile, Fiona helps Jesse track down information about a recently deceased weapons runner.

Leverage - Video: Up Close - Season 3 Spoilers

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Celebrity Interviews - Leverage: Season 3 Spoilers


Leverage's Timothy Hutton, Gina Bellman and Beth Riesgraf give a preview with spoilers of the Season 3 premiere.

Doctor Who - BBC America: Video - 'The Lodger'

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Doctor Who - Episode 11 - The Lodger

Airs on BBC America on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 9/8C.

To solve the mystery of the man upstairs, the Doctor must pass himself off as a normal human being, and share a flat with Craig Owens. Gavin & Stacey's James Corden guest stars in The Lodger.

Stargate Universe - GateWorld: Brian J. Smith Interview

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Leader In Training


by Chad Colvin
Thursday - July 1, 2010

Now well into his second year of filming, Stargate Universe actor Brian J. Smith has brought a definite sense of passion and intensity to his character, Lt. Matthew Scott. He’s a leader in training, a young officer who is called upon to protect the crew of the Destiny and to serve as an example of the best that the ship’s military contingent can be — even (and especially) in the midst of crisis.

GateWorld recently chatted with Brian at the official Stargate convention in Vancouver, hosted by Creation Entertainment. We discussed such topics as fandom and Internet anonymity, Matt’s relationship with Chloe, his character’s potential for growth, and the climactic SGU season ender.

Season Two of SGU is now filming and will premiere this October! Season 1.0 is available on DVD and Blu-ray, and Season 1.5 arrives in July.


A brief excerpt:

GW: His loyalties are never divided; he’s clearly on Young’s side. But he’s still willing to give that certain amount of whatever to Rush in order — because he feels like Rush is the key to getting home.
BS: Scott is an emotional leader. I think his leadership style is much more emotional, so he’s much more bound to be loyal. He may also be more impulsive in a way, tend to get a little more hot-headed.
Scott comes upon the element his crew needs to survive.

But he’s learning. And even seeing where they’re taking him in the second season is really, really exciting, because there’s some qualities that are coming out in him that I really, really like and I’m glad to see explored. Because right now, him and Greer — they get the dirty work done for Young. Young makes the decision and Scott and Greer [execute it], along with the rest of the military personnel. It’s like Young is the director and Greer and Scott are the assistant directors. We’re the ones that go out and try to make the vision a reality.

So it’s going to be interesting to see if Scott gets to a place where decisions that he makes start to affect storylines, and if he’s able to change the course of an episode or how things turn out. That’ll be exciting to see...

Warehouse 13 - Pop Culture Zoo: Allison Scagliotti Interview

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Searching For Artifacts With Warehouse 13′s Allison Scagliotti

By Joseph Dilworth Jr.
Published July 3, 2010


Allison Scagliotti has been acting for nearly a decade now, appearing in high profile roles on series such as ER, One Tree Hill, CSI and Smallville. In 2009 she was cast in the recurring role of Claudia Donovan on the Syfy series Warehouse 13. The show quickly became Syfy’s biggest hit series and Claudia became a hit with fans. Warehouse 13 begins its second season on Tuesday, July 6th with Allison returning as a full-time cast member. Joe caught up with Allison recently to talk about how she got the role, shooting in Toronto and little bit of what’s to come in season two.

A brief excerpt:

PCZ: Are you at all surprised at the fervor Warehouse 13 has garnered?
AS: Yeah, in the best possible way. From the beginning it took me by surprise, I had no idea what to expect. For one, I started acting professionally when I was eleven and the first three things I did were TV pilots that didn’t get picked up, so I got used to working without anyone seeing it and so I could go to a mall and not have my shirt tugged on by a little kid. When I joined the cast of Warehouse it was sort of the same thing. I expected to go and work with amazing people and have a great time, but I had no idea what kind of fan universe explosion I was going to get into. It was really evident at Comic-Con last year! Fan fervor is nothing to shake a stick at and it warms the heart, really. Every time I go to a convention, and I haven’t been to a lot of them, but the two that I’ve been to I love. I think that the whole fanboy culture, for all of the jokes one can make about it and it is screaming to be joked about, I think it is incredibly healthy. It warms my heart to see cosplay people running around because it’s this group of people coming together to geek out over something they all really like, it’s super positive and a great way for people to connect and meet new people who are into the same things and I like it a lot.

But in reference to the show, as actors we’re really removed from the whole distribution machine. We shoot these episodes months before they air, then they go through the editing process and things are cut or reworked and improved with special effects and music and what comes out in the end is very far from where our heads were when we were making it. One can never tell what someone’s response to it is going to be so it was such an incredible surprise to have the show embraced as much as it was last year and I hope we get the same response this year. I think we will. We seem to have hit our stride, I really, truly believe that. The writers have found the groove and have found out what works. We definitely have the average four million viewers to thank for our season two pick up and the massive product campaign that’s going to be enacted this summer...


Stargate - GateWorld: Podcast # 96: 2010: Then and Now

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GateWorld Podcast: 2010: Then and Now


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The GateWorld Podcast goes back to the past in this week’s show, taking a look at the Stargate SG-1 Season Four episode “2010″ and the way the first decade of the century had played out in that alternate timeline. But wait! Now it is 2010 … so how does the past decade really compare, within the Stargate universe?

We’ll talk about the friends we lost, public knowledge of the Stargate, the stability and technology provided by the Aschen, President Kinsey, and more. And we’ll ask listeners if you think we are better off now than we were before SG-1 changed the timeline.

Stargate episode graphic courtesy of GateWorld.