Sunday, September 25, 2011

Alphas - Los Angeles Times Hero Complex: Ryan Cartwright Interview - Part 2

Source: Los Angeles Times Hero Complex [follow link for complete interview]

Alphas Season Finale

ALPHAS - LOS ANGELES TIMES HERO COMPLEX: ‘Alphas’ finale: Ryan Cartwight says, ‘It’s a crazy one’

Sept. 25, 2011
by Geoff Boucher

The first season finale of “Alphas” airs Monday and the SyFy series has carved out its own personality after starting with a concept that sat somewhere between “The X-Files” and “X-Men.” The characters are a collection of oddballs and outsider souls and at the top of that list is Gary Bell, the autistic young man who can “see” energy and communication signals in the air, making him a walking antenna and the world’s supreme electronic eavesdropper. Ryan Cartwright, a familiar face to fans of “Bones,” plays Gary, and Hero Complex’s Geoff Boucher caught up with the 30-year-old Brit to talk about the show. This is Part 2 of the interview...


... GB: The season finale is Monday night. Is there an intriguing tidbit you can share without undermining any of the big surprises?

RC: "It’s action-packed. My ears are still ringing from listening to bullets and rifles all day. There’s a lot of smoke. I think there’s some grenades. A good number of explosions. There’s a massive man — a guy who is an ex-wrestler, he’s a huge man. So there’s a huge man in it. The huge man grabs me. It’s a super-fun one and it’s a crazy one. The fit hits the shan. And then it goes off the wall..."

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