Posted by Angie on December 18th, 2009 with Comments Off
Looks like ABC is starting to gear up the promotion for Happy Town!
Thanks to TVOverMind, we have a brand new synopsis regarding Happy Town; several new episode stills — one of which features Amy in the background so it’s been added to the gallery — and thanks to Zap2it there’s also a brand new extended trailer. Again, Amy is only featured very briefly but they contain new-ish scenes and a brand new logo for the show. The (lengthy) synopsis is under the cut & the new trailer is available for viewing below — I’m currently unable to make screencaps — but in the meanwhile, enjoy! :)
Posted by Angie on December 12th, 2009 with Comments Off
ABC has locked in its scripted commitments for the 2009-10 season.
The news, which was confirmed to the site exclusively by network and studio sources, includes some adjustments to its previously indicated episode orders.
Newcomers “V” and “FlashForward” are set to film 12 and 24 total hours, respectively, both one episode shy of numbers reported earlier this fall. Come 2010 then the Alphabet will have eight new episodes of “V” (returning March 30) while “FlashForward” (returning March 4) will offer up 14 fresh installments.
At midseason, seven episodes of “The Deep End” and “Romantically Challenged” as well as eight hours of “Happy Town” are on tap.
As for its returning slate, “Grey’s Anatomy” is set to film 24 episodes while “Desperate Housewives” is booked for 23 hours.
The rest of its lineup – including “Castle,” “The Middle,” “Modern Family,” “Cougar Town,” “Private Practice,” “Ugly Betty” and “Brothers & Sisters” – currently have the standard full seasons of 22 episodes.
Rounding out the bunch then are “Lost” and “The Forgotten” with 18 episodes each and “Scrubs” and “Better Off Ted” with 13 episodes apiece.
Sources however were quick to note that the option still exists to order additional episodes of several of the aforementioned series.
Source: The Futon Critic
Posted by Angie on December 6th, 2009 with Comments Off
The director of 21 and a Wake-Up, Chris McIntyre, has issued a media invition to the Press to view a screening of the film in the DC area; details are as follows. It’s looking like theatres for this movie shall be expanding from the Chicago area very shortly!
21 and a Wake-Up
Dear Hard Charging Journalist,
If you are available this coming Tuesday evening, December 8th, I’d like to invite you and a guest to a VIP and Press screening of a new film about the Vietnam War unlike anything you have ever seen.
“21 AND A WAKEUP” is the very first American motion picture about the War ever allowed by the Vietnamese Government to film on location in Vietnam.
This is not an anti-American screed, but a fair and balanced look at the war seen through the eyes of doctors, nurses, soldiers and newsmen at the 24th Evac Hospital, the last major Army Hospital in the south to close in ’71 and ’72.
It’s been called “The Best Portrayal of Women at War ever put on Film…”
It dramatizes the heroic daily lives of men and women stationed on major military bases who were not slogging through rice paddies. The daily brutality of the War from a grunt’s perspective has already been depicted in many films, though none shot in Vietnam.
It contains shots from the Vietnamese national archives never before seen in the west.
We have an excellent cast of widely respected actors, including Amy Acker, Danica McKellar, Faye Dunaway, Tom Sizemore, JC Chasez, Wes Studi, Ed Begley, Jr, Ben Vereen, Andre Royo and Tim Thomerson.
Posted by Angie on December 5th, 2009 with 1 Comment
Just a small post to wish Miss Acker a wonderful birthday today, she turns 33. Here’s hoping she had a good day surrounded by family & friends. :)
Feel free to leave your birthday wishes in the comments section.
Posted by Angie on December 4th, 2009 with Comments Off
Thanks to The Watcher, we’ve finally received confirmation on which episodes Amy shall be appearing in this season, in order to complete her 3 episode arc;
2×11 – Getting Closer (airing January 8, 2010)
2×12 – The Hollow Men (airing January 15, 2010)
A little bit of a wait, but we know we have a treat in store!
Posted by Angie on November 26th, 2009 with Comments Off
First off, apologies for the lack of updates lately but there hasn’t been any news and I’ve been a little busy to screencap anything else but I do have holidays coming up so stay tuned!
In the meanwhile, gossi at Dollverse has posted a wonderful non-spoilery description of what to expect from the upcoming episodes of Dollhouse — it’s gonna go out with a bang, that’s for sure!
Episodes 5+6 – The Public Eye, The Left Hand
December 4th 2009
Written by Andrew Chambliss | Tracy Bellomo
Why you should be excited: You’ve Summer Glau and Alexis Denisof in two new hours of Dollhouse which pick apart the Dollhouse universe. Players of the Dollhouse ARG should be pleasantly surprised, too. Also, watch out for Enver: he’s going to make your jaw hit the floor. (You know, again).
Overall style: Arc.
Episodes 7+8 – Meet Jane Doe and A Love Supreme
December 11th 2009
Written by Maurissa Tancharoen & Jed Whedon & Andrew Chambliss | Jenny DeArmitt
Why you should be excited: There’s more Whedon alums this week’s episode. Nobody is safe. The events of Epitaph One start to come into play here.
Overall style: Arc.
Overall why you should be excited: Well, you know how ‘overall style’ says ‘Arc’ for all these episodes? That’s just one reason of many. It’s a 9 hour rollercoaster of an end – which midway through chucks you out the cart into terrifying oblivion.
Posted by Angie on November 16th, 2009 with Comments Off
Now that I have season 5 of Alias on DVD, I was able to go through the boxset and screencap the DVD extras that I’d missed the first time around, thus this section is now completely up-to-date! I also replaced the ‘Celebrating 100 Episodes’ featurette to provide additional screencaptures. Gallery links and previews are below, enjoy! :)
Alias Gallery Updates
- DVD Menus
- DVD Extras: Celebrating 100 Episodes
- DVD Extras: Heightening the Drama – The Music of Alias
- DVD Extras: The Bloopers of Alias
Posted by Angie on November 14th, 2009 with Comments Off
Well, we knew all along that Amy was rumoured (but believed to be true) to have a part in the Drew Goddard-Joss Whedon horror film, The Cabin in the Woods, but it has now been confirmed by none other than Amy’s Dollhouse co-star, Fran Kranz, on his Twitter in response to a fan’s statement. :)
Cabin in the Woods
there’s still more dhouse. And there’s more of joss amy and I in cabin in the woods too
Posted by Angie on November 13th, 2009 with Comments Off
There’s a somewhat spoilery interview from Joss Whedon with TV Guide Magazine regarding the upcoming storyline(s) for Dollhouse and it touches on Amy’s character; she will indeed be returning for those 2 other episodes! The relevant quote has been posted below.
Does Amy Acker return for more episodes? Is she still Saunders?
Amy Acker will return. We have two more episodes that we’re allowed to use her because of [her new ABC series] Happy Town. She comes back in an interesting fashion that I will in no way describe to you, a little bit later on. She’ll be the Doc, Claire Saunders. Where she’s been may be a surprise to people.