Looks like we’re headed into some good old fringe science territory in the upcoming episode of Fringe.
We may not have to wait too much longer for more Dr. Horrible — rumor has it the script for the sequel could be done by the end of this year. Which means Neil Patrick Harris might be putting on his evil goggles one more time in 2013!
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Kind of cool, but I’m trying to figure out how Dr. Horrible would be any good without Felcia Day. And seeing how her character died… or maybe Dr. Horrible can bring her back to life. Or maybe flash backs? Who knows.
Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog now has a premiere date to air on actual TV. Joss Whedon’s stand-alone production of online musical genius starring Neil Patrick Harris, Nathan Fillion, and Felicia Day will make its debut on The CW on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 9 p.m.
You know this is an industry mired in the old way when this is haled as the premiere, seeing how we are long past the premiere of Dr. Horrible. Still, it’s kind of fun to see Joss Whedon’s work getting more recognition now that The Avengers has proven such a success.
Yes, you were all right. Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a good show. In fact, I’d even go so far as to say it’s a great show—maybe not consistently great, but one that more often than not reaches highs I’d have never thought a show with that title, on those networks, was capable of reaching.
Yes, I admit it, I’m a geek. I liked Buffy. So sue me. Certainly seasons one through three. The later seasons began to have more and more issues, but I liked Buffy. So apropos of nothing, I’m sharing it with you. You should read the linked article, it’s fun.
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What would happen if electricity suddenly stopped working? I don’t mean what if it went out, I mean, what if electricity simply didn’t work anymore? Think of how many things that would affect. That would be almost everything in our world. Almost everything uses electricity is some way or another.
Take just one example that you might not necessarily think of: cars. Yes, you think of your cars running off of fossil fuel, but they generate electricity to the spark plug, which ignites the fuel. No spark, no ignition, no power. And that’s just one example.
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While Fringe fans can find solace in the fact that they’ve only scratched the surface of the final season, Anna Torv is dealing with mixed feelings as she crosses the halfway point in filming.
“We’re just about to finish Episode 6, so it’s all a bit, ‘Whew!’” the actress shared with TVLine from the show’s Vancouver set. “You remember how it goes quick and slow at the same time.”
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Turning to the more tangible matters at hand: In Episode 2, airing tonight at 9/8c, Walter, waylaid by his brutal, memory-muddying interrogation by Captain Windmark, will resolve himself to get back to…
Sword fighting may be kind of old fashioned, but then when you are in a world where electricity doesn’t work anymore, I suppose it’s one of the more effective means of fighting and self defense. And there’s certainly plenty of this awesomeness in Revolution.
Check out this behind the scenes look at the sword fighting and stunt work going on with Revolution.
Fringe is on tonight (or tomorrow for those of us who don’t have cable). I’ve got your trailer fix if you need to get psyched up.
Looks like Eta needs some parental guidance, she appears to be having a revenge problem instead of focusing on the task(s) at hand. And what is that torture device thing she’s using anyway. Looks pretty heinous.
Few television shows have captured and excited my imagination the way that Fringe has. Which is why I have really been looking forward to the premiere of this final season.
This season’s plot line actually began in the 19th episode of season 4 titled Letters of Transit. We were taken completely out of the story line going on in season 4 to get a glimpse of the future. It was kind of brilliant actually. I don’t know much about the politics of running a TV show, but this seems like the sort of thing that can keep your numbers up and get you renewed, or at the very least, as in the…Read The Rest
TVLine has obtained casting details regarding the ABC pilot, which is helmed by the Avengers writer/director and based on a peacekeeping group that appeared in both the summer blockbuster and various Marvel comics.
The live-action pilot’s title is an acronym for Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division, a covert organization run by Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury in the movie.
Buffy creator Whedon is tentatively set to direct the pilot; he’s also slated to write the series with his brother Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen.
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