Monday, December 13, 2010

Michael Biehn - Demon FM: Audio Interview

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Demon FM - Michael Biehn Audio Interview


Demon FM's Matt Horn and David Murphy managed to acquire an exclusive interview with legendary film icon Michael Biehn to talk about his new film, The Victim. Mr Biehn talks about his background in acting - in iconic films such as The Terminator, Aliens and The Abyss, whilst also discussing his views on James Cameron and the film and TV industry. Edited by Matt Horn.

The Victim stars Michael Biehn, Jennifer Blanc, Ryan Honey, Danielle Harris and Denny Kirkwood. Written and directed by Michael Biehn, with a 2011 release date.


Addition text interview at Famous Monsters of Filmland: Michael Biehn talks low budget with The Victim

The Victim Official Website

Fringe - Video: Noble Intentions: Marionette

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FRINGE - Noble Intentions: Marionette

All-new episodes of FRINGE return FRI 1/21 at 9/8c!

Sanctuary - Syfy Video: "The Hollow Men" Episode Trailer

Source: Syfy

The Hollow Men - Next Episode - Sanctuary

Magnus and the team seek the gateway to the hidden city...and Magnus's father.

Guest stars include Ian Tracey and Caprica's Polly Walker.

Human Target - Video: "Dead Head" Sneak Peek

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HUMAN TARGET - Sneak Peek of "Dead Head" airing 12/15!

Catch HUMAN TARGET on WED at 8/7c!

Guest stars include Nick Chinlund as Lt. Broward and Christopher Rosamond, Tracie Thoms and James Tyce.

Supernatural - Video: The CW - "We Own The Night" Preview

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CW - We Own The Night Preview

This year own the night.

NCIS - The Talk: Video - Pauley Perrette Interview

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The Talk - Pauley Perrette Interview

'NCIS' star Pauley Perrette talks about her popular character and how 'The Abby Effect' has empowered young girls.

Screen Actors Guide Awards Auction - Holiday Auction

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Holiday Auction — December 10-17, 2010

The Screen Actors Guild Awards® kicks off its online auction to benefit the SAG Foundation every December. The Auction series features one-of-a-kind television and movie memorabilia, red-carpet bleacher seats, a VIP Award Show package, backstage tours for this year’s Actors® ceremonies as well as many other wonderful items and experiences.

The annual online SAG Awards Auction benefits the SAG Foundation to help make possible the Foundation's programs providing emergency relief to members in economic distress, video and audio preservation of the creative legacy of SAG members, scholarships for performers and their children, emergency funds for members with catastrophic illnesses, The Actor's Center and the Foundation's public children's literacy programs: BookPALS (Performing Artists for Literacy in Schools) and Storyline Online. (For details, visit and

One lucky bidder will get the chance to attend the SAG Awards and see the stars from inside the Shrine Exposition Center showroom as well as attend the exclusive post-Awards Gala, hosted by PEOPLE magazine and the Entertainment Industry Foundation. Other items up for bid include sets of two and four bleacher seats to the SAG Awards’ red carpet, a VIP backstage tour of the awards venue. Also offered in the auctions will be autographed posters, exciting experiences and collectibles.

Stay tuned for more information on exciting items and experiences that will be available starting this December!

Auction Store

Some auctions currently available include:

Autographed "Mad Men" Script


"House" Signed Season 6 DVD Set

"Parenthood" Signed Poster

"Southland" Signed Poster

"Men of a Certain Age" Signed Poster


Autographed "Psych" Package (Poster, DVD & Bobbleheads)

Stargate Universe - SciFi and TV Talk: Remi Aubuchon Interview

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Stargate Universe Writers' Room - Remi Aubuchon

by Steve Eramo


Photo courtesy of Joseph Mallozzi

A lover of Science Fiction, especially the Stargate franchise, Remi Aubuchon always wanted to work in that particular genre. Over the past few years, the writer/executive producer has taken his vast experience in character drama and applied it to his work on Caprica and similar-themed shows. Needless to say his interest was piqued upon hearing that Stargate Universe co-creators/executive producers Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper wanted to bring a new writer or two onboard their staff for the show’s second season.

“As fate would have it, Brad and Robert were looking for someone who had some experience writing character drama,” says Aubuchon. “As you probably know, SGU is a slight departure from the other Stargate series in that Rob and Brad really want to do more character-related pieces, even though I think we still have the same fun Stargate stuff going on, including the mythology, which has taken me forever to get up to speed on. As Brad [jokingly] said to me one day, ‘It’s only 400 episodes, Remi. You should be able to figure it out pretty quickly,’ because It’s one thing to be a viewer, but quite another to actually work on the show and have to keep track of everything going on.

“So I met with Brad and Robert, we liked each other and decided that I would come join them this year. I actually began watching season one episodes before they were even completed so that I’d at least have an idea of where Brad, Rob and the other guys were going with SGU. A big part of that was just getting the audience comfortable with this new version of the franchise along with its characters, which has given us the opportunity this year to do some really interesting things and focus even more on the characters themselves...


Sanctuary - What 2 Watch Friday Dec 17

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by Charlie Toft Dec 13, 2010

... Friday

Sanctuary (Syfy, 10 p.m.):

The hidden city is making an appearance – always nice to be unwrapping a present at Christmas. But measures have been taken to insure it stays hidden. They should have placed it inside a fall episode of Caprica, since apparently no one could find those.


The Cape: James Frain Interview

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James Frain Exclusive Interview TRON

by Christina Radish
December 12th, 2010


... Is there a specific moment or cause that makes your character on The Cape act the way that he does?

FRAIN: We haven’t put together a very specific backstory. It’s all up for grabs right now. There’s a lot of big storytelling on The Cape, and there’s a lot of things that they’re throwing up in the air, to come back to in later episodes. It’s very open. What happens is that, in doing a show like this, you find out who the character is as they write it, and they’re finding out as well. It’s an ongoing thing. I have my own sense of who he is. I don’t think people who behave this way come from very loving families. But, I’m not bogged down in that, necessarily...

Special two-hour series premiere Sunday, January 9th 9/8c.

To view a video preview of The Cape's Villains, including James Frain as Chess, click here.

The Cape NBC Official Site