SENSE8: J. Michael Straczynski talks Season 1- exclusive interview

Doona Bae stars as Sun Bak in the Netflix series Sens8 | © 2015 Netflix

Producer/scenarist J. Michael Straczynski created (and wrote most of) the series BABYLON 5 and JEREMIAH and wrote the screenplay for the Clint Eastwood-directed CHANGELING, among many other credits. When Straczynski teamed up with the sibling team of Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski (the auteurs of THE MATRIX trilogy), the result was Netflix’s SENSE8, now streaming its twelve-episode first season. SENSE8 revolves around the idea that humanity is taking a little evolutionary step forward. Eight people, all born at the same time around the world – Mexico, San Francisco, Chicago, Germany, Iceland, Korea, India, Africa – discover that they can not […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: The GRIMM realities for actor Reggie Lee

Reggie Lee and David Giuntoli in GRIMM - Season 2 | ©2013 NBC/Michael Muller

At this point on GRIMM, now in its third season Fridays at 9 PM on NBC, almost all the main characters know that Portland,Oregon police detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) is a Grimm. A Grimm is someone who can see (and if need be fight) Wesen, supernatural beings who can appear to be and live as humans, but who also have animalistic forms and idiosyncratic social structures. By now, Nick’s girlfriend Juliet (Bitsy Tulloch knows), Nick’s police partner (Russell Hornsby) knows, Nick’s part-Wesen police captain (Sasha Roiz knows) and Nick’s best friend, werewolf-like Wesen Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell), knows. EvenMonroe’s […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Bruce Boxleitner chats about CEDAR COVE

Bruce Boxleitner and Barbara Niven in CEDAR COVE - Season 1 | ©2013 Hallmark Channel

Bruce Boxleitner is sitting in an empty function room at the Beverly Hilton, giving one on one interviews during the Television Critics Association press tour. He takes a throat lozenge, explaining that he’s fending off a cold. “I was down at Comic-Con – that’s why I’m just totally fatigued, I never stopped for four days, and then flew right to Canada and went to work. So these are good problems to have.” Boxleitner is famed for his work in science-fiction films and TV – he’s the title character (and his human doppelganger Alan Bradley) in TRON and TRON: LEGACY, valiant […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Bruce Boxleitner fires up his Disc drive for TRON: LEGACY

Bruce Boxleitner in TRON: LEGACY | ©2010 Disney Enterprises Inc.

In 1982, Bruce Boxleitner segued from TV to movies by starring in a ground-breaking new science-fiction film TRON where he played Alan Bradley, whose program (in his own image) named “Tron” aided Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) in stopping an evil master control program that had more diabolical plans for the “user” world. Now, 28 years later and Boxleitner has returned to the TRON universe, this time in TRON: LEGACY as a wizened Bradley who helps Flynn’s son Sam (Garrett Hedlund) inadvertently find his father who is once again trapped on the grid – this time of his own making. While […]Read On »

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