Edward James Olmos is a man of many talents, though he confesses he had to learn everything he knows, often saying, “I have become the best I can be.” However, everyone knows that no one can be that great without a lot of natural talent. Olmos is known for his versatility in many roles, though is probably best known for his work in the movie Blade Runner and on the television show Battlestar Galactica, a remake of the old classic.
Sam Witwer has appeared in both television and movies. He has also been involved in voice work for video games, such as, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and Infamous, and has written and produced an album with his band, the Crashtones (mostly Sam with a few friends). However, he is probably best known for his work on Battlestar Galactica, playing Crashdown, and on Smallville for playing the part of Davis Bloome/Doomsday. Witwer will also be appearing in the upcoming movie Gamer.
Time travel, Egyptian symbolism, and a dead man walking - those are only a few of the themes fans are discussing after the Lost season five finale last week. As per usual, the season finale was jam-packed with plot twists and turns as well as spectacular special effects that put us on the edge of our seats and left us questioning what we actually saw.
There’s more than one of everything. That was the title and pretty much summary of the season finale of Fringe on Tuesday - another you, another me, another world. Walter Bishop posited that déjà vu is a glimpse into that other world – you think you have been there before, because you actually already have – in an alternate reality, a reality slightly different from our own. It’s an interesting take on déjà vu.
Kevin Rankin, known for his work on Friday Night Lights as Herc, recently joined the cast of the new NBC Wednesday drama, Bionic Woman. Rankin plays the character of Nathan, the bionic technician, who has a crush on Jaime Sommers. MediaBlvd Magazine was granted an exclusive interview with Rankin for use on the affiliated Bionic Angels, an Internet radio show hosted at blogtalkradio.com, and dedicated to Bionic Woman.
Amanda Tapping of Stargate SG-1
fame, has not only been working on executive producing and starring in the new made for the Internet supernatural thriller Sanctuary
, but after a decade on SG-1
, will be joining the cast of Stargate Atlantis
She will be returning as Colonel Samantha Carter, who has been sent to oversee Atlantis. Tapping will also be returning to her SG-1
roots for the upcoming DVD movies titled Stargate: The Ark of Truth
and Stargate: Continuum
, which have been dated for a 2008 release.
After such a monumental season three finale last year that revealed the fact some of the crash victims made it off the island, as well as with the introduction of “flash forwards,” fans were left to wonder if such a finale could be topped. They were not to be disappointed. This year’s season led up to and filled many of the gaps between “island time” and last year’s finale scene, the finale finally answering the question plaguing fans since then, “Who is in the coffin?” (although you wont find that out until the last moments of the episode).
Tonight FOX airs part one of the two-part series finale of Bones
, "The Day in the Life." In the penultimate episode, where guest star Cyndi Lauper reprises her role, we start to see the trajectory of where each of the characters are headed. While there are happy moments for the group, there is a lot going on: Zach (Eric Milligan) heads to trial and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) testifies. Meanwhile, Aubrey (John Boyd) and Jessica (Laura Spencer) discuss their future together, and Angela (Michaela Conlin) reveals some big news. However, all of that moves to the wayside when they discover that Kovac (Gerald Celasco), who is again after Booth (David Boreanaz) and his family, has escaped prison, and they all must work to figure out his deadly plan, while Booth races to protect his family and friends from the threat of a bomb in the lab.
March 29th, Freeform will premiere it's new drama, Siren
. The series takes place in the coastal town of Bristol Cove, which legend says used to be home to mermaids. When a mysterious girl (Eline Powell) arrives in the town, they discover that the legend just might be true.
Ian Verdun stars in the series as Xander McClure, a small town fisherman who while fishing with his father catches something surprising.
Verdun recently talked to SciFi Vision about his work on the upcoming series and a bit about what fans can expect.
Episodic photos from the first season episode of Deadly Class,
"Noise, Noise, Noise," airing 1/23/19, after the jump.