Friday, 12 August 2011

Brian Markinson in Rookie Blue tonight and other TV appearances this week

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Just a reminder that Brian Markinson makes an appearance on Rookie Blue tonight, in episode "Monster," which airs at 10 pm on ABC (Global in Canada).
Brian Markinson (Charlie Wilson’s War) Guest Stars
Division 15 is put on lockdown under a puzzling quarantine. Meanwhile, Andy and Swarek apprehend and book an unusual suspect covered in blue dye who was involved in a brutal bank robbery.
Written by Sean Reycraft, directed by John Fawcett --
Here is the teaser:

And there are several other TV appearances to look forward to in the next week.

Hiro Kanagawa has a supporting role in Doomsday Prophecy, which airs on Syfy this Saturday at 9 pm. The teaser is here.

According to the IMDb, he is also in Deck the Halls, the TV film with Luciana Carro that will air in December.

Sasha Roiz will be back on Warehouse 13 this Monday. From Syfy's new press release:
Eureka’s Neil Grayston once again visits Warehouse 13 – becoming involved in a life and death struggle inside a video game – on Monday, August 15, at 10PM (ET/PT).

Grayston joins fellow guest stars Sasha Roiz (Grimm), who returns as the sinister Marcus Diamond, and Steve Yeun (The Walking Dead), who plays Gibson, a brilliant video game programmer.

In Monday’s episode ”Don’t Hate the Player,” a desperate call for help leads Claudia (Allison Scagliotti), Myka (Joanne Kelly) and Pete (Eddie McClintock) to Fargo’s (Grayston) side, where they discover he’s fallen into an epileptic-like coma while testing out a Warehouse 13-inspired, massive multi-player on-line video game. Pete and Claudia realize the only way to save his life is to play the dangerous game themselves – from the inside — to find Fargo before it’s too late.
Also on Monday, Peter Wingfield makes an appearance on Alphas, in episode "Bill and Gary's Excellent Adventure." The teaser is on The trailer for one of his new films, Hamlet (2011), has also been released this week. You can see the poster on the film's official FB page. The trailer:

And there is a good chance that Eric Stoltz will show up on Wilfred next Thursday, but that's still a week away, so let's see if he shows up in the previews first.

In the meantime, there is a new screening date for Fort McCoy, at the TriMedia Film Festival in Fort Collins, Colorado next month:
Included on the schedule is a screening of "Fort McCoy," selected for the 2011 Choice City Award for Best Feature Film. The film will be shown the evening of Sept. 10.
And more news...

Gun Hill Road opens in theatres (these theatres) in Southern California tomorrow. Here is another interview with Esai Morales:

Season one of Blackstone, with Carmen Moore, is now available on DVD.

A couple of new screening dates have been added for Judas Kiss, with Richard Harmon and Genevieve Buechner: The OUTFLIX Film Festival in Memphis on September 12 and the Queer Film Festival in Bremen, Germany, on October 16. More dates on the film's FB page.

Camille Mitchell (Vesta in "There Is Another Sky") is on IMDB's cast list for Concrete Blondes, the new comedy with Zak Santiago, scheduled for release in January.

Calum Worthy tweets that one of his new films, The Odds, is also premiering at TIFF this year. Hrothgar Mathews (Dave in "Apotheosis") is also in it. has the highlights of the Q&A Jane Espenson did on HBO Connect last week (mostly about Game of Thrones). Snippets:
Q: “How much fun was it writing this episode?”
Jane Espenson: It was the most fun ever! I’d never done a project anything like it — starting from such amazing source material allowed me to relax. I knew the story was rock solid so I could have so much fun with the scene work.”

Q: What are some things you enjoy about writing a fantasy?”
Jane Espenson: “I love having a metaphor — like fantasy — between the script event and real world events. It allows you to write about humanity with clearer eyes, I think, when you have that bit of distance. The universality of humanity stands out when you have to abstract away the specific circumstances — oh, I’m not sure I said that clearly, but I think the gist is there!”

Q: “How do you feel about Martin’s habit of killing off major characters?”
Jane Espenson: “I’ve worked with Joss Whedon, Ron Moore and Russell T. Davies — I’ve been involved in laying down a lot of hits. You get used to it.”

And here is a new interview from the set of Husbands: visited the set of the show for a chat with executive producer Jane Espenson (Buffy, Firefly, Dollhouse, Battlestar Galactica), Brad "Cheeks" Bell, and Sean Hemeon (True Blood) about how making the show changed everyone's understanding of what marriage is; why the show almost bought a ring without even having a husband to put it on; and how Joss Whedon played a role in bringing the series to life.

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