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Posted by Angie on July 16th, 2012 with Comments Off on Recurring Guest Spot on ‘Person of Interest’
Exciting news! It looks highly likely that Amy will be appearing in the upcoming second season of Person of Interest — you may remember she guest starred on the season finale, and was revealed to be a major character. :) Details [spoiler alert] are below!
The actress, introduced in the freshman season finale as the series’ mysterious hacker, will continue to work against Finch and Reese.
Fans looking for answers about Person of Interest’s cliffhanger finale at the CBS drama’s Comic-Con panel did not squeeze much out of creator Jonathan Nolan and showrunner Greg Plageman — but the duo were confident about bringing back a recent guest.
“We had a great experience with Amy Acker and we have big plans for her,” said Nolan, when asked if she would be reappearing in the sophomore season.
And that shouldn’t come as a huge shock. The Dollhouse and Happy Town actress made her first appearance in the May finale as a psychologist determined to be a potential crime victim by the Machine. It was later revealed that she was actually “Root,” the faceless hacker introduced earlier in the season. The episode left off with her killing Alicia (Elizabeth Marvel) and kidnapping Finch (Michael Emerson).
Posted by Angie on July 13th, 2012 with Comments Off on ‘The Cabin in the Woods’ DVD Release Dates
Good news! The Cabin in the Woods shall be released this September on both Region 1 & 2 — September 18 & 24th, respectively.
DVD extras will include the following:
– Audio commentary with writer/director Drew Goddard and writer/producer Joss Whedon
– Behind-the-scenes documentary: “We Are Not Who We Are: Making The Cabin in the Woods”
– The Secret Stash (two-part featurette): “Marty’s Stash” and “Hi, My Name is Joss, and I’ll Be Your Guide”
– Wonder-Con Q&A with Joss and Drew
– Behind-the-scenes featurettes: “An Army of Nightmares: Make-Up & Animatronic Effects” and “Primal Terror: Visual Effects”
– Blu-ray exclusive: “It’s Not What You Think: The Cabin in the Woods Bonus View Mode”.
Posted by Angie on July 13th, 2012 with Comments Off on ‘Cabin in the Woods’ Soundbites Video & Captures
I came across what looks to be an official DVD extra for The Cabin in the Woods on YouTube — featuring soundbites from Amy. Thus, HQ screencaptures have now been added to the gallery; links & previews are below, including the video itself, which can be found under the cut. Enjoy!
Posted by Angie on May 14th, 2012 with Comments Off on ‘Dear Santa’ DVD Captures
Many thanks to the lovely April, I’ve added exactly 600 HQ DVD screencaptures to the gallery from Amy’s lead role in the Christmas themed TV movie, Dear Santa. Gallery link & previews are below, enjoy! :)
Posted by Angie on May 6th, 2012 with Comments Off on First Clip from ‘Much Ado About Nothing’
The first footage from the upcoming Joss Whedon production, Much Ado About Nothing, was released last week during the ‘Sunday Morning’ show on CBS, during a feature about The Avengers. It only offers a glimpse, but it’s still interesting to see! An extract from the article is below; unfortunately fans will have to visit the website direct to view the clip.
First, the “Much Ado About Nothing” footage – fast-forward to the six minute mark if you want to take a gander, although the whole video is pretty interesting, especially because you get some quotes from his wife Kai, who seems to be always alluded to but never seen. We just see a couple of glimpses of scenes, including one with “Dollhouse”/”Cabin In The Woods” nerd Fran Kranz spitting verse as Claudio (and Clark Gregg from “The Avengers,” as Leonato, looking on and nodding). Since the movie was shot in Whedon’s home, everyone is dressed in suits, not ultra-modern, but still pretty modern. We also see a bit of a party scene and glimpse another Whedon favorite, “Angel” star Amy Acker, as Beatrice. Apparently the movie was also shot in black-and-white, which probably adds a certain amount of glamorous production value to a movie that was shot in 12 days.
After the clip we see Whedon walking around his house, pointing out where scenes were shot – “The masked ball is all out here,” he notes, clearly proud of both the production and his home.
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