Sunday, November 21, 2010

Syfy Video: Riese: Kingdom Falling Episode 4 "Spares"

Source: Syfy

Riese: Kingdom Falling Episode 4 - "Spares"

Riese uncovers the Sect's plans while pressure on Amara grows.

Cast includes Bart Anderson, Erica Carroll, Christine Chatelain, Ben Cotton, Patrick Gilmore, Shauna Johannesen and Sharon Taylor.

Stargate Universe - Sky1: Alaina Huffman Video Interview

Source: Sky1

Alaina Huffman On Tamara Johansen

Alaina Huffman on her character Lt. Tamara Johansen and why she couldn't put down the Stargate Universe pilot script.

Sanctuary - Christopher Heyerdahl Audio Interview - Part 1

Source: SciFi TV [follow link for complete interview]

Bigfoot's Trail of Blood - Chris Heyerdahl talks Sanctuary S3 - Part 1

Stargate Universe - Jennifer Spence Audio Interview

Source: Sci-Fi Overdrive


From November 10, 2010

Jennifer Spence plays Lisa Park on SyFy's Stargate Universe! We talk about her experiences on the show and more!



MGM Video: Stargate Universe - "Malice" Featurette with David Blue

Source: MGM

Stargate Universe Video Featurette - Needs To Vent

David Blue discusses the change in his character, Eli, after Ginn is killed.

Syfy Video: Hollywood Treasure: "In Full Effects" Episode Trailer

Source: Syfy

In Full Effects - Next Episode - Hollywood Treasure

The team continues to make offers the world can't refuse.

The Cape - Video: Suit Up, Fight Back

Source: NBC You Tube Channel

The Cape - Suit Up, Fight Back

This January, the world's next superhero is not in theaters. Series premiere January 9th 2011 on NBC. For more visit

Stargate Universe - Robert Carlyle Interview

Source: SciFi Now [follow link for complete interview]

SciFi Now: Interview: Robert Carlyle

November 19, 2010
by Steve Nash

We talk to one of Britain’s finest actors about his role on Stargate Universe.


Interview: Robert CarlyleNow in his second year of playing Dr Nicholas Rush on Syfy’s Stargate Universe, we’re still finding it hard to believe that Robert Carlyle joined the show. Not because we think it’s bad, but because we never expected him to appear on a Stargate series. He has, however, proved to be the strongest card in a solid hand, as we discussed with him.

... What’s the most difficult thing about playing this character for you?

The technical difficulties would be the technical stuff that he has to say; when you’re talking about ‘wormholes’ and ‘solar flares’ and the time stuff, to me I don’t know what I am talking about – it’s like Shakespeare, trying to get that into my head. So that’s a wee bit difficult. But in terms of the acting, it’s very important to walk a particular line with Rush because you don’t want to completely alienate the audience and it’s very, very easy to do that with a character like Rush. They think, “Well, I don’t like this guy, and I don’t like at all what he is up to. It’s dishonest.” All of that. So he has to have good reasons for what he does, and I think that’s the strength in the character that Brad Wright and Robert Cooper have set in place, is that yes, maybe it’s a bit distasteful but he’s right. So that’s makes it okay.