Shout out to the brave souls who have stayed behind trying to stop the reactors from melting down~
I think it’s time for Obama to call in the Big Guns. Boot Geithner and Summers and bring in….Shatner!
if he won’t take Shatner’s directions on landing at least the people will be entertained-
Yes he is going to have Joe with him for the 20 minutes he meets with BP execs, can’t you FEEL the FIERCE URGENCY of 60 days later….
Video Blogging with Nick Frost and Simon Pegg on the set of ‘Paul’ plus ScreenCrave: Interview with Nick Frost
I’m a huge fan
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost give us a more detailed look at the cast and crew of ‘Paul’.
Greg Mottola returns Simon Pegg and Nick Frost to a question from their SPACED days… Do/Can Dogs look up? Find out more at http://www.whatispaul.com
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Spike TV celebrated all things scary and sci-fi Saturday night at the Scream 2009 Awards, and no surprise here, the T’s owned the show— Twilight, Transformers, True Blood and Trekkies.
..The star-studded Scream 2009 Awards show airs Oct. 27 at 10 p.m. on Spike TV…
The tasty Taylor Lautner was the talk of the night, not only picking up one of the four Twilight trophies, beating out resident heartthrob Robert Pattinson for Breakout Male Performance (don’t worry! R. Pattz and rumored ladylove Kristen Stewart skipped the festivities, but both won Best Fantasy Actors).
Pics courtesy of Variety
He’s such a kewtie, but so young. Jailbait! Hope his mom is protecting him!
Most Anticipated Fantasy Film: Alice in Wonderland
Best Sci-Fi Actress: Megan Fox, Transformers 2
Breakout Performance, Female: Isabelle Lucas, Transformers 2
Best Villain: Alexander Skarsgård, True Blood
Breakout Performance, Male: Taylor Lautner, Twilight
Best Comic Book Writer: Jeff Jones
Best Comic Book Movie: Watchmen
Rock Immortal Award: Keith Richards
Best Horror Movie: Drag Me to Hell
Best Horror Actor, Male: Stephen Moyer, True Blood
Best Horror Actor, Female: Anna Paquin, True Blood
Best Fantasy Actor, Male: Robert Pattinson, Twilight
Best Fantasy Actor, Female: Kristen Stewart, Twilight
Scream Mastermind Lifetime Achievement Award: George A. Romero
Best Director: J.J. Abrams, Star Trek
Best TV Show: True Blood
Best Fantasy Movie: Twilight
Comic-Con Icon Lifetime Achievement Award: Stan Lee
Ultimate Scream: Star Trek
Johnny Depp presented the award to Keith Richards for ‘Rock Immortal’
Interview with Taylor Lautner after the break:
Hope everyone enjoyed it before the youtube police got to it, I was thinking it was one of those official unofficial leaks to hype the Nov DVD release…lol
you may still be able to watch an embedded copy at joblo per scifiwire:
A bootleg gag reel from J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek movie, which is presumably on the upcoming DVD/Blu-ray, has found its way onto the Internet, and before Paramount got it pulled from YouTube, it wound up on JoBlo.com.… The reel of outtakes from Abrams’ hit movie contains the usual blown lines, some impolite language, joshing around on set, some dancing, some funny faces, the usual. The Star Trek DVD/Blu-ray drops on Nov. 1
Our previous post on the stupendous career of Michelle Forbes here
Awesome exclusive interview with SciFiWire, go read the whole thing!!:
As the finale looms, the stage is set for one hell of a battle as the only good guys left in Bon Temps—including Sookie, Bill (Stephen Moyer), Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) and Andy—try to stop Maryann and her minions from carving the heart out of Sam so that Dionysus will finally appear. How it will all end Forbes won’t tell, but she does rank the character as one of her favorites.
“She loves her mischief and having her fun along the way,” Forbes said with a laugh. “She has a different understanding of the world and this particular plane. She doesn’t see an end in the road the way everyone else does, because she has no time constraints and no moral constraints. And in playing her it is impossible for me to see her as a villain.
But the same can be said of any character that I have played. Admiral Cain [of Battlestar Galactica], you could say she was a villain, but the beauty of Ron Moore’s writing is that there was logic in what she did and said. The thing about Maryann, too, is that the writers have always given her a beautiful logic in what she says. I just love the entire story. I had no idea where it was going in the beginning. I, however, especially with Maryann, really enjoyed the sense of not knowing.”…
Sounds like we will get to see Magneto (Ian McKellan) and Xavier together again!! Coolio!!!
Clips courtesy of cloudyvisions
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