Thursday, 23 December 2010

Campaign update, Caprica DVD, and new cast projects

There is an update on the apple campaign at the Save Caprica blog.

Associated Content has a lengthy review of the Caprica 1.5 DVD. Here are a few more details about the bonus features if you don't have it yet.

They include Deleted Scenes; Re-Caprica: Viewers can catch-up on the recap of "Caprica" Season 1.0; 7 Video Blogs that include Global Defense: Join Agent Duram (Brian Markinson) as he lifts the lid on the GDD, Next Generation: The cast and crew discuss the emerging talent and technology on the show, One True God?: Viewers take a journey into the religious aspects of the show as the cast and crews discuss the creation of the STO and how it shapes the world of "Caprica", Caprican Evolution: Executive producers David Eick and Jane Espenson take fans on a journey back to where it all began at the creation of "Caprica", Sounds of Caprica: Go behind the scenes with executive producer David Eick and music editor Michael Baber to hear how the unique sounds of "Caprica" are created, The Music of Caprica: Composer Bear McCreary discusses the sounds of "Caprica" and the music that forms the show, and Visual Effects: A discussion with executive producer David Eick and visual effects supervisor Gary Hutzel on the techniques involved with creating the world of "Caprica"; Podcasts with executive producer David Eick, director and series stars, Eric Stoltz, Magda Apanowicz, Esai Morales and Sasha Roiz; and Feature Episode Commentary with executive producer Kevin Murphy for "Unvanquished" and "Apotheosis."

Ryan Robbins did an interview for this week's Innerspace podcast. It starts about 10 minutes in and he mostly talks about his experience working on Caprica and Battlestar.

Alessandra Torresani wraps filming the pilot for Circling the Drain today. She tweeted a pic from the set here.

Showcase has an article about Blackstone, Carmen Moore's new show that premieres on January 25 in Canada. The official site is up at

Chris Heyerdahl, John Pyper-Ferguson and Michael Eklund (who made a brief appearance at The Dive in "Rebirth") start shooting a new film, Gravity's Pull, in January. The Vancouver Sun has the details and an interesting story on how the film came about. Several people (other than JPF) who worked on A Night for Dying Tigers are also involved in this one (Gil Bellows, Kathleen Robertson, Tygh Runyan, Terry Miles). No word yet on a release date for Tigers.

TV Fanatic has the teaser for Private Practice 4x11. has a new interview with Bear McCreary, mostly about his score for SOCOM 4.

And here is the video that Magda Apanowicz did with Team Unicorn, A Very Zombie Holiday: How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse During the Holidays, which made its way to BoingBoing.

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