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WonderCon 2011: Why BREAKING IN debuting in April a good thing

Christian Slater in BREAKING IN - Season 1 | ©2011 Fox/David Johnson

During the BREAKING IN press event at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, executive producer  Doug Robinson thinks that debuting the series in April is actually a positive rather than a negative. “I think it is a huge advantage, especially when you have AMERICAN IDOL as a lead-in,” Robinson says about the series which focuses on a high-tech security firm of misfits. “You know that at least you are going to get a lot of people that aren’t going to watch anything at 9:30 p.m. because the families are done watching TV. I would take seven episodes to watch a show […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: BREAKING IN star Odette Annable describes her new Fox comedy

Odette Annable in BREAKING IN - Season 1 | ©2011 Fox/David Johnson

During the press event for the new Fox comedy BREAKING IN at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, Odette Annable (who is the female lead in the series) gave us a little peak about what the show is like. “We haven’t really seen anything like this for a while,” Annable says of the series about a high-tech security firm of misfits. “It is a little like THE OFFICE meets THE A-TEAM or GONE IN 60 SECONDS when you have that great dynamic and everyone works in the office and there is that offbeat comedy that comes from there. We are also […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: Bryan Fuller gives update on THE MUNSTERS reboot for NBC (Exclusive)

THE MUNSTERS - The Complete Series | ©NBC Universal

Bryan Fuller is best known as the creator of such interesting and iconic televisions series such as WONDERFALLS and PUSHING DAISIES and why he may have left the small screen for a while, he’s coming back. Fuller took some time off his busy WonderCon 2011 schedule to talk with ASSIGNMENT X briefly about his many irons in the fire. “I am very excited about getting back into television as I have spent that last year writing two movies,” Fuller says. The first film is a live action version of the classic PINOCCHIO for Warner Bros. “It is a big, live […]Read On »

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Wonder Con 2011: TERRA NOVA producer Brannon Braga chats about the anticipated Fox series

Landon Liboiron, Shelley Conn, Jason O'Mara, Alana Mansour and Naomi Scott in TERRA NOVA - Season 1 | ©2011 Fox

The hotly anticipated Fox series TERRA NOVA (debuting in the fall) made its convention debut at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco today. While ASSIGNMENT X was trapped in press conferences that ran over its allotted time, we sadly missed the panel presentation which we were dying to see. However, ASSIGNMENT X spoke with TERRA NOVA executive producer Brannon Braga recently and here’s part of the conversation about the series in this previously unreleased conversation. In TERRA NOVA, actor Jason O’Mara plays a settler and Stephen Lang plays a military commander in a team that travels back to the dinosaur era […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: V producer would bring back other 1980s V stars for Season 3

Morena Baccarin and Jane Badler in V - Season 2 | ©2011 ABC/Jeff Petry

In the two seasons V has been on the air on ABC, we’ve seen 1980s V stars Jane Badler and Marc Singer make significant appearances (with Singer potentially coming back for a major recurring role if Season 3 is picked up). The big question though is who else would Scott Rosenbaum (executive producer and V showrunner) like to bring back? “I would actually like to bring some of the actors back from [the original V series] if there is a Season 3,” Rosenbaum reveals. “I would definitely love to have Michael Ironside and I would love to have Robert Englund. […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: The scoop on what V Season 3 would be … if there is a Season 3

Morena Baccarin and Martin Cummins in V - Season 2 - "Devil in a Blue Dress" | ©2011 ABC/Sergei Bachlakov

While speaking to the press at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco today, we grilled V executive producer Scott Rosenbaum about whether or not there will be a third season of the cult ABC series. The answer was simple. “We do not know about a third season at this point,” Rosenbaum admits. However, if there is a V Season 3, Rosenbaum is excited by all the possibilities that the season 2 finale “Mother’s Day” left open. “I am most excited about it more than I have ever been, because [V] has gotten to a place at the end of this season, […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: V actor Marc Singer would love to be back for Season 3

Marc Singer in V - Season 2 - "Mother's Day" | ©2011 ABC/Jack Rowand

While speaking to the press at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco today, actor Marc Singer spoke to us about his guest appearance on the V reboot in the Season 2 finale (he was a regular in the 1980s mini-series and series) and his desire to return for a bigger role if Season 3 is picked up. “You hope in a career you will be creating things like the BEASTMASTER and V, that they have an afterlife,” admits Singer. “And when they do, when the afterlife has this kind of structure and strength to it you sit at home and say […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: No news on a NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET sequel

Jackie Earle Haley in A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (2010) | ©2010 New Line Cinemas

During the press event for the Fox TV show HUMAN TARGET at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, co-star Jackie Earle Haley comment on the status of the sequel to the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET reboot. “No, I haven’t heard a thing,” Haley admits. “I have no idea. I’ve been so busy I haven’t even thought to ask. I don’t know if they are thinking about it or not thinking about it. If it is something they want to do or something they don’t. The movie did pretty good, so I would imagine they are probably thinking about it.” CLICK HERE […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: The HUMAN TARGET Season 3 scoop and status

HUMAN TARGET poster | ©Fox

During the press event for HUMAN TARGET at WonderCon 2011 held in San Francisco, executive producer, Matthew Miller, commented on the possibility of a third season of the action show on Fox. “You want to be able to say we got picked up,” Miller says. “Unfortunately, we don’t know either way. I think that for Fox it’s going to be about how their pilots turn out certainly. I think there will also be some license fee negotiations and things of that nature. We won’t know anything until May.” Does Fox still support the show? “As far as I know, Warner […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: LEVERAGE guest star Mark Sheppard says you can’t get rid of Sterling

Mark Sheppard in LEVERAGE | ©TNT/Electric Entertainment

During the press event for DOCTOR WHO at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, frequent LEVERAGE guest-star Mark Sheppard (who played Timothy Hutton’s nemesis Jim Sterling on the show) commented on whether he would be in the upcoming fourth season of LEVERAGE. Of course, the actor was very coy about it. “You can’t get rid of Sterling,” Sheppard says. “He’ll be there.[Co-creator]  John [Rogers] made Sterling to be there [on LEVERAGE], just sometimes you need to take a break,” says Sheppard.   CLICK HERE for Mark Sheppard talking about Crowley and SUPERNATURAL CLICK HERE for Actor Mark Sheppard talking about his […]Read On »

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