Fallout Girl: Tracy Spiridakos

The August issue of GQ features Tracy Spiridakos who stars in the new series, Revolution, premiering this fall on NBC.

The Canadian actress made her television debut on the hit “Supernatural,” and went on to star in the show “Majority Rules.” She has also appeared in major motion pictures, including “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.” – GQ.com

Tracy is a gamer and has brought her Playstation to Wilmington with her so she play Fallout 3 while when she is busy on Revolution

“I’m obsessed with my PlayStation,” says Spiridakos. “I’ll come home and plug away at Fallout for a couple of hours. Or if I’m feeling the hacking and slashing, I’ll play a little God of War.” – Behind The Scenes Video GQ.com

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Charlie’s Story

Very good featurette with Tracy Spiridakos explaining the character, Charlie Mathason who she plays on NBC’s new series Revolution, her motivations and feelings and the journey of discovery she embarks on to save what is left of her family. – Charlie’s Story NBC Video Player

And Two Becomes Three

The rumor mill has once more cranked up as to the possibility that the second HOBBIT movie will be split into 2 separate movies after Jackson himself expressed concern about the amount of material being left out of a single final movie:

“We’ve been certainly talking to the studio about some of the material we can’t film. And we’ve been asking them if we can do a bit more filming next year. Which I don’t know what would come of that, whether that would be extended additions or not. But those discussions are ongoing […] I’d like to shoot a bunch more material that we can’t shoot. There’s so much good stuff in the appendices that we haven’t been able to squeeze into these movies. That’s a discussion that we’re having.”

I can’t see why the studio would say no to a possible trilogy of HOBBIT movies, it seems like everyone else is doing it, HARRY did it TWILIGHT is doing it, and THE HUNGER GAMES will do it, everyone wins, the fans the studio, the theaters and the distributors and all with a minimal ad campaign for a sure-fire hit.

Follow the link to ScreenRant.com for the full story

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Giancarlo Esposito interview at Comic-Com

In an Interview held today before the REVOLUTION panel Giancarlo Esposito talked to the good folks at RevolutionShow.con about his character Capt. Tom Neville and his relationship with Sebastian Monroe, the leader of the militia who has taken that part of the country that Revolution is anchored in.

He also talks about how technology has changed use, and the implication of losing it, which is what the show is all about.

Filming is to begin on Monday: Revolution

Production for the upcoming NBC series Revolution will begin filming in Wilmington Monday.

According to film permits, three members of the cast are expected to film dialogue scenes at the NCDOT railroad right of way area and the wooded area near Brunswick, Hanover, and Campbell Streets.

Later in the day, one of the actors is slated to film outside a business on Castle Street. The film permit said this scene is supposed to be set in “Chicago” and will show the character walking through riot aftermath. There will be some street closures and intermittent traffic control in connection with this scene.

The show’s pilot episode was shot in Atlanta, Georgia. However, the entire series, except for any on-location shoots, will be filmed in Wilmington

Source: WECT.com

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Just Released Video: Revloution “Epic Swashbuckling Action”

A brand new video has just been released for REVOLUTION with new footage and commentary from JJ Abrams, Jon Favreau and Eric Kripke.

This one has a lot more action and faster pacing which gives you a better feel for the overall story, I mean the fight scenes look epic, It looks dangerous and more urgent , overall a much better video then the first trailer

Inter-dispersed throughtout the video is commentary for JJ, Jon and Erik, the first time we have heard from him.

If this is the true feel that the series is going to convey, I’m all in.

Coma (2012)

A healthy patient suddenly falls into a coma. It’s not an impossible event, but it is rare. So why does it keep happening at Peachtree Memorial?

Lauren Ambrose stars as Dr. Susan Wheeler who discovers something sinister going on in her hospital. When relatively healthy patients are having ‘complications‘ during routine operations and slipping into comas.

  This modern retelling of the novel by Robin Cook and the film by Michael Crichton comes from executive producers Ridley and Tony Scott, Black Swan writer John J. McLaughlin, and Band of Brothers director/Emmy winner Mikail Salomon. The two-night event features a stellar cast including Richard Dreyfuss, Ellen Burstyn, James Woods, Geena Davis, and Steven Pasquale.  – MovieWeb.com

                 First Look Featurette