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Syfy Digital Press Tour 2012
SciFi Vision recently took part in the 6th Annual Digital Syfy Press Tour. You can find all interviews, articles, photos, videos, etc. linked here as they become available. The gallery will be frequently updated. More coming soon!
Fandom Access, previously Lost Causes, is a discussion of popculture, mostly dealing with science fiction. Fandom Access has welcomed a variety of celebrity guests and will continue to do so in the future. Now available for download on itunes.
Fandom Access has resided in a few different places in the past, but we are currently on NDB MEDIA on BLOGTALKRADIO. All episodes will be linked soon. Previous older episodes are still available via Talk Shoe/the widget below.
Teen Wolf Season Two DVD Giveaway
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Harold Perrineau is probably best known for his role as Michael on Lost, but recently the actor plays a much different character as he joins the cast of FX's Sons of Anarchy. His character, Damon Pope, is a ruthless man, out for revenge after his daughter has been murdered.
Perrineau, who also stars in the upcoming series, The Wedding Band, talked to the media about Sons of Anarchy, as well as some of his other roles, in a recent press conference.
Greg Grunberg is not new to television. Many fans will know him from series such as Felicity, Alias, Heroes, and even Lost. He has also done some voice work in various video games such as Halo: Reach and L.A. Noire. The actor can also be seen in the upcoming Syfy films Mega Spider and End of the World.
Grunberg recently talked to the digital media about one of his newest roles, guest starring on ABC Family's Baby Daddy.
Syfy's hit documentary-reality series, Hollywood Treasure, returns tonight for a second season of all new hour long episodes. Collectibles expert and owner of Profiles in History, Joe Maddalena, stars. Each week he and his crew will travel the world searching for rare Hollywood memorabilia to sell at auction.
This season will feature collectibles such as the ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz, items from Lost, District 12 from The Hunger Games, and much more.
Maddalena recently sat down with the digital media to discuss season two of the series and what fans can look forward to.
Tonight, NBC will air the third episode of it's new series, Awake. The series follows Detective Michael Britten, played by Jason Isaacs, who was recently in a car crash where someone he loved was killed. The thing is, Britten doesn't know whether his wife, Hannah, played by Laura Allen, or his son, Rex, played by Dylan Minnette, is the one who survived. In one reality, Britten mourns the loss of his son with Hannah. Then, when he goes to sleep, he awakens in a reality where his son is alive and his wife is gone.
In tonight's episode, entitled "Guilty," Rex is kidnapped in one reality, while Hannah wants Michael to attend a speech she is giving in their son's honor, in the other.
Allen and Minnette recently talked to the digital media about the new series.
It is time to revisit an old friend, not that this friend has ever been far from my thoughts. I am speaking of Lost. We are one year removed from the series finale, and websites and chat rooms all over the world are doing a re-watch of the finale. Lost was an amazing roller coaster ride of mystery and intrigue. It made us think; we could play along with the cast of characters in trying to figure out what was going on. A few times from season four on I was afraid that the journey was going to be better than the destination. Was I right? Possibly. Then again, why did it matter?
Lost kept us riveted for six years. I myself had the honor of being there for the beginning of the "web mazes." Lost related fan sites popped up everywhere, not to mention all the official online content. This was the first time that a show had bridged the gap of television and internet so flawlessly. Even when Lost was on hiatus we still had plenty of online content to mess with to keep us occupied.
However, after awhile it seemed Lost had presented too many questions for them to all be answered: what's the smoke monster, what are the whispers, who are The Others, and hundreds more. But none so prolific as the line that became the benchmark of the show uttered by Charlie in season one, "Guys, where are we?" Did Lost answer the many, many questions presented? Some yes. Were we happy with some of those answers, mostly not.
In the end, it didn't matter. Lost was not about the island per se. Yes, the island itself was a character, but the show was a character driven show about survivors of a plane crash who happened to be on a mystical island with unusual abilities. The characters themselves were "lost" in life, not just on the island. It was about redemption and finding themselves.
It was bound to happen. Fringe was craeated by Lost creator JJ Abrams. He has two of TV's best writers at the helm. I had to think to completely understand the latest episode; I haven't had to do that since Lost. Fringe continues to be, in this writer's opinion, the best show on TV. Unfortunately the ratings don't show it. Aside from all that though, this past Friday's episode was the best and worst episode of the season at the same time. What starts out as a monster of the week episode turns into the most revealing episode yet.
Late Night has had some memorable moments since Jimmy Fallon took over as the host. Last night we got to relive all the hilarious skits in the “Best Of Late Night” special! Jimmy’s spot-on parodies of Glee, Lost, The Hills and more are all replayed in the show, which you can see here: http://www.latenightwithjimmyfallon.com/video/the-best-of-late-night-with-jimmy-fallon/1246668/. Plus, below we have a comprehensive recap of the best moments from the Lost-themed parody Late. Multiple clips are streamed, so make sure to click "read more."
This week the mammoth six-season Lost boxed set was released on Blu-Ray and DVD, and the show is up for several major Emmy Awards this weekend, including Matthew Fox as Outstanding Actor in a Drama. Yesterday the New York Times had a Q&A with Fox in which he discussed the season finale, the final scene, and what it's like to be nominated for an Emmy.
I'm sure if you are a Lost fan and were on the internet yesterday, you probably have already heard about the official 12 minute Lost epilogue, New Man in Charge, that will be on the upcoming season six DVDs (and the complete collection). If you were lucky you saw it, but if you are like most people (myself included) you missed the fun.
Mark Pellegrino is known for a variety of roles that span over three decades. He’s appeared in such movies as The Big Lebowski, National Treasure, Capote, and The Number 23. He’s appeared on many popular television shows in a range of roles, including The X-Files, Dexter, The Mentalist, and those he’s probably most known for, Supernatural, and Lost, among many others.
In Lost, Pellegrino played the role of Jacob, the mysterious, almost god-like character on the island, who seemed to have all the answers.
Pellegrino sat down with Jamie Ruby of MediaBlvd for an exclusive interview to talk about Lost and his other projects.