Posted by Angie on March 16th, 2010 with Comments Off on ‘The Monster Tales’ Images
Images have finally surfaced online from the reading of The Monster Tales, which took place back in February in NYC, which Amy was a part of, along with Larry Pine, Dee Hoty, Jenn Colella and Vince Gatton — the 7pm evening kicked off the Legacy Reading series, featuring readings of works from previous Boomerang seasons; Monster Tales originally premiered at Boomerang in 2002 — the aim was to introduce a new audience to the play as well as raise money for the company.
Thus, 004 images have been added to the gallery, thanks to BroadwayWorld.com — don’t hesitate to let me know if you come across any more. :) Gallery link and previews are below, enjoy!
Gallery Updates Theatre
– Theatre > The Monster Tales (2010)
Posted by Angie on March 13th, 2010 with 1 Comment
Last update for today. :) I’ve updated the gallery with additional images to the ‘Winter TCA Tour’ event that Amy attended back in January, as well as replacing a few with slightly larger versions. Gallery link and previews are below, enjoy!
Events Gallery Updates
– Winter TCA Tour – Day 4 ‘Happy Town’ Panel
Posted by Angie on March 13th, 2010 with Comments Off on ‘Happy Town’ Promotional HQs
The gorgeous promotional photoshoot featuring Amy for Happy Town has now been replaced with HQ versions, thanks to CU; gallery link and previews are below, enjoy! :)
Gallery Updates Happy Town
Posted by Angie on March 13th, 2010 with Comments Off on 2×12 The Hollow Men Captures
Apologies for the delay, but over 180 MQ screencaptures from Amy’s final episode on Dollhouse have now been added to the gallery — despite the press release saying otherwise, Amy was not in the series finale a.k.a episode 13. Gallery link and previews are below, enjoy! :)
Dollhouse Gallery Updates
– 2×12 – The Hollow Men Captures
Posted by Angie on March 13th, 2010 with Comments Off on WonderCon 2010
Amy will be appearing at WonderCon this year on Saturday, April 3 for the Happy Town panel, along with co-stars Geoff Stults and M.C. Gainey — there will be an exclusive screening of Happy Town and a Q&A session with the cast & producers.
For more details, visit the official website.
Conventions News & Projects
Posted by Angie on March 12th, 2010 with 1 Comment
Amy will be appearing on the season finale of FOX’s Human Target — nice to see Amy in other roles while we wait for Happy Town to start! :) The airdate shall be posted when it becomes available. Confirmation of Amy’s role is posted below; read the full interview at MovieWeb.
Human Target News & Projects
So what’s in store for the season finale?
Mark Valley: Well, in the season finale, Baptiste comes back. Amy Acker shows up and plays this one character who is very pivotal in Chance’s past in that she was sort of the catalyst for his ultimate change into becoming Christopher Chance. Lee Majors is in that episode. Armand Assante plays Chance’s old boss. There’s a couple of major confrontations there. I think, what’s fun, is Jackie Earle Haley and I have our first fight, even though it takes place in the past, but you can see the roots of their relationship and why they have such a trusting bond as well.
Posted by Stef on March 5th, 2010 with Comments Off on ‘October Road’ DVD Captures
I’m a little late in posting an update, but we updated the gallery last weekend with DVD quality screencaps of Amy’s appearances in October Road. Gallery links and previews are below. Enjoy!
Gallery Updates October Road
– 2×08 – Dancing Days Are Here Again DVD Captures
– 2×10 – Hat? No Hat? DVD Captures
Posted by Angie on February 27th, 2010 with Comments Off on ‘Take Flight’ Documentary
Looks like Amy took part in another small project. :) Details are below, courtesy of FEARNet.
News & Projects Take Flight
Juliet’s documentary, Take Flight, offers a behind-the-scenes look at Oldman directing his music video for the band Chutzpah entirely with cell phones, one of which Oldman himself operates. “It’s like being inside his brain…seeing through his eyes,” says Juliet.
Because Take Flight is about the creative process, Juliet’s also interviewed some of her acting colleagues for the documentary, including a fistful of names very familiar to fans of Buffy, Angel and other favorite genre shows, as well as a handful of music stars.
Check out the guest list: Kat Von D, Michael Rosenbaum (Lex Luthor on Smalllville), Sam Anderson (Bernard from Lost, Holland Manners from Angel), Amy Acker (Angel, Alias, Dollhouse), Christian Kane (Angel), David J (bassist for Love and Rockets, Bauhaus), Armin Shimermn (Quark from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Principal Snyder from Buffy), Harry Groener (The Mayor from Buffy) and Andrea Romano (voice director for all of Warner Bros animation.)
The madness premieres on julietlandaustakeflight.com, where you can watch a trailer for the film now. We’ll definitely be checking this one out.