Friday, 1 October 2010

Caprica executive producers on where the show is headed

Syfy has posted a new exclusive clip (embedded below) from the Caprica Season 1.0 DVD. In it, executive producers Jane Espenson, Kevin Murphy and David Eick talk about where the show is headed in the second half of the season. It’s a short clip, but it might bring up some of the old controversies from the Battlestar Galactica series finale. There is also a brief glimpse of Sam and Tamara Adama in V world in one of the upcoming episodes.

Make sure you also check out the new behind the scenes clip at

On other fronts, Alessandra Torresani tweeted that she will be on Attack of the Show on October 5, Sasha Roiz is doing a conference call with the press today, and Starry Mag is talking to Magda Apanowicz.

Other cast updates:

  • Hollywood Life has a bunch of pics of Eric Stoltz on the set of Glee and PDN Pulse has an article about Untitled, the short film he did last year that's part of MoMA's New Photography exhibition.
  • King of the Avenue, with Esai Morales, will be out on DVD on October 26, and Cherry is getting screened at a bunch of festivals this month. You can find the schedule on Facebook.
  • A Night for Dying Tigers, with Leah Gibson and John Pyper-Ferguson, will be screened at the Vancouver Film Festival. You can find the details here. Conviction, also with Pyper-Ferguson, will get a limited release on October 15.
  • Patton Oswalt will guest star on Bored to Death again one of these Sundays. He was also cast in Jason Reitman's Young Adult earlier this week.
  • SpoilerTV has the first pics of James Marsters in Smallville 10x04 here. Battlestar's Michael Hogan will also guest star in at least two episodes of the show later this season.
  • The season premiere of Human Target (with Tahmoh Penikett and Jorge Montesi guest starring in episodes 2x01 and 2x04 resp.) has been pushed back to November 17.
  • The final season of Friday Night Lights, exec produced by Jeffrey Reiner, with Scott Porter returning in episode 7, will premiere on October 27 on DirecTV.
  • The Walking Dead, scored by Bear McCreary, will premiere on Sunday, October 31.

The "Where We're Headed" clip:

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