Exclusive Interview: RCVR star Daniel Bonjour makes contact

Daniel Bonjour in RCVR - Series 1 | ©2011 Science 2 Fiction/Machinima

In the new hit transmedia web series RCVR that airs online on Machinima, Daniel Bonjour plays SIGMA agent Luke Weber – a charismatic man who has the uncanny ability to convince those that have seen or experienced UFO phenomenon  that it’s not what they actually saw. The six-part series (Episode 4 debuts Wednesday on Machinima), directed and created by David Van Eyssen is set in 1973 and follows Weber as he investigates a UFO incident on a rural Arkansas farm. As he gets closer to the truth, he starts to realize he may play an even bigger role in this […]Read On »

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TV Review: TERRA NOVA – Season 1 – “Genesis” – Series Premiere

Stephen Lang, Allison Miller, Christine Adams, Jason O'Mara, Naomi Scott, Landon Liboiron, Shelley Conn and Alana Mansour in TERRA NOVA - Season 1 | ©2011 Fox/Michael Lavine

Cast: Jason O’Mara, Christine Adams, Byron Brockmann, Shelly Conn, Stephan Lang, Simone Kessell, Landon Liborion, Allison Miller Writers: Kelly Marcel, Craig Silverstein, Brannon Braga, David Fury Director: Alex Graves Network: Airs on Fox, Mondays @ 9pm Original Telecast: September 26, 2011 Many of you probably never watched the BBC science fiction series OUTCASTS, if you had, you’d know the eerie similarities that it shares with the premise of TERRA NOVA, Fox’s new science fiction/action show. In OUTCASTS, the world has gone so much to hell that they made the choice to abandon the planet in favor of a new habitable […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: RCVR creator and director David Van Eyssen talks about his new sci-fi web series

RCVR poster | ©2011 Science 2 Fiction/Machinima

As the web continues to grow, so does the type of content available and one of the most ambitious series to date – RCVR – has arrived via Science 2 Fiction and Machinima. A six-part science-fiction series (you can check out the first episode below), RCVR follows the agents of an organization called Sigma investigating strange UFO phenomenon for their own darker purposes. As the series begins, lead investigator Luke Weber (Daniel Bonjour) is called to a recent Arkansas sighting for a subsequent cover-up – and then all sorts of strange things start happening. The project was conceived by director […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: FRINGE executive producer J.H. Wyman chats about Season 4

Joshua Jackson, Anna Torv and John Noble in FRINGE - Season 4 | ©2011 Fox/Andrew Matusik

With FRINGE heading into Season 4, ASSIGNMENT X recently spoke with executive producer J.H. Wyman about what to expect with the series return (it premieres tonight on Fox). Thankfully, he doesn’t offer any huge spoilers, but hinted at the direction the series will be going in with the absence of now non-existent Peter (Joshua Jackson) weighing heavily on Walter (John Noble) and Olivia (Anna Torv) as they continue to explore Fringe science (both Over Here and Over There). Here’s what he had to say. ASSIGNMENT X: It’s a given that Peter will be back, correct? J.H. WYMAN: You’re going to […]Read On »

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Blu-ray Review: FRINGE: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON

FRINGE SEASON 3 | (c) 2011 Warner Home Video

Cast: Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, John Noble, Lance Reddick, Jasika Nicole Directors: Joe Chappelle, Jeffrey G. Hunt Writers: Jeff Pinker, J.H. Wyman Distributor: Warner Home Video Suggested Retail Price: $69.97 What the hell happened to Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson) on FRINGE? Obviously, this is the million dollar question heading into Season Four of the science fiction show on Fox. Now you can catch up with the Blu-ray release of FRINGE: THE COMPLETE SEASON THREE that delves deep into the mythology of the budding war between the two universes that are set to collide, at the heart of the season was […]Read On »

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First Look at RCVR trailer – a new sci-fi web series

RCVR logo | ©2011 Science 2 Fiction

Just as the networks gear up for their brand new series and season premieres, the web is getting into the fall spirit with its own ambitious original debut series. On September 21, the arrival of the new ambitious six-part weekly science-fiction series RCVR hits the web courtesy of Machinima which involves conspiracies, cover-ups, spaceships, and maybe even some alien life forms. Before that happens though, a brand-spanking new trailer has arrived to give viewers a taste of what to expect this Wednesday. Check out the trailer below. LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD – COMMENT BELOW CLICK HERE to follow ASSIGNMENT […]Read On »

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TCA 2011: Fox talks FRINGE and Season 4 expectations on Friday nights

Anna Torv, Jeff Pinkner, Joel Wyman, John Noble at the 37th Annual Saturn Awards | ©2011 Sue Schneider

One of the big wins for the Fox network last season was the risky move of its signature science-fiction series FRINGE from Thursday nights to Fridays – resulting in sustained ratings and giving Fox a stronghold on what has been a traditionally difficult night for them. At today’s Summer 2011 Television Critics Association session with Fox Entertianment President Kevin Reilly, he says their expectations for FRINGE going into Season 4 on Fridays is more of the same. “One of the good things of having a strong network is we can support creative shows that should be on the air,” says […]Read On »

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TCA 2011 News: DOCTOR WHO might consider more U.S.-based stories in the future

Matt Smith and Hugh Bonneville in DOCTOR WHO - Series 6 - Episode 3 | ©2011 BBC

After the DOCTOR WHO series made a brief tour of the U.S. in Series 6  by actually shooting in the states for the first time, showrunner Steven Moffat wouldn’t rule out the idea of revisiting America again for the show – but only if it’s right. “It’s entirely about story,” says Moffat while at today’s Summer 2011 TCA tour in Beverly Hills. “I don’t think in order to make DOCTOR WHO [appeal to]  Americans you have to do stories set in America. Americans are not going to wish there were more series set in America. It’s story driven. [America] is […]Read On »

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TCA 2011 News: Who is new DOCTOR WHO Matt Smith’s Favorite WHO?

Matt Smith in DOCTOR WHO - Series 6 - Episode 1 | ©2011 BBC

At today’s 2011 TCA press tour in Beverly Hills, Matt Smith was asked who his favorite DOCTOR WHO was, and the answer is … second Doctor Patrick Troughton. “What’s wonderful about him is he’s weird and peculiar, but he’s not asking you to think he’s weird or peculiar,” says Smith. The actor also spoke about how being a younger Doctor actually helped give a new dimension to the character. “It worked in my favor,” says Smith. “There’s something funny about a young face and an old soul. It allows you to reinvent being old. So that was interesting. When I […]Read On »

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TCA 2011 News: Steven Moffat confirms DOCTOR WHO is “against Hitler”

Matt Smith in DOCTOR WHO - Series 6 - Episode 4 | ©2011 BBC

Much has been written about the forthcoming DOCTOR WHO episode “Let’s Kill Hitler” at today’s Summer TCA session in Beverly Hills, DOCTOR WHO showrunner Steven Moffat chimed in about any quasi-controversy. “Unequivocally, we’re against Hitler,” says Moffat. “I think he was a bad thing and I’m glad he’s gone. The worst thing you could do to that awful man is to take the Mickey out of him on DOCTOR WHO. We’re not really going to save Hitler. He’s dead already.” DOCTOR WHO resumes Series 6 on August 27, 2011 on BBC and BBC America.   Click on Link: For More […]Read On »

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