At the 2014 Saturn Awards, legendary actor Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange) discusses his feeling on Luis Suarez, defends fellow British actor Gary Oldman, and more.
At the 2014 Saturn Awards, actor Camden Toy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel) talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about his sci-fi project, Valiant, his work without makeup prosthetics, and more.
At the 2014 Saturn Awards, actor Brad Dourif (Deadwood, Lord of the Rings) talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about his love of sci-fi and more.
At the 2014 Saturn Awards, actor Betsy Brandt (Marie), and producers Peter Gould and Mark Johnson talk with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about life after Breaking Bad, what's coming from Better Call Saul, and more.
The following is an interview with actress Susan Eisenberg (Justice League, Justice League Unlimited), who will soon be portraying Ms. Prince in the upcoming film The Chair. The creators behind the film recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for the film, with the hopes of bringing the graphic novel adaptation to the big screen. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Contributor Christina Brookman chats with Eisenberg about transitioning from voice-over work to live-action film, her time as the voice of Wonder Woman, and what she is working on next!
Sherlock is back. Both from the grave and for our viewing pleasure. With Series 3 now on Netflix, we’ve hardly been doing anything else.
Except, perhaps, making tea. Because there’s just something about that perfect hot beverage that fortifies you for whatever lies ahead. Which, with Sherlock, could be nearly anything. So, with that in mind (and for obvious other reasons that involve tea being wonderful), we’ve been making a lot of it.
The following is an interview with actor Cas Anvar (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Halo 4, Assassin's Creed: Revelations) and producer E.J. de La Pena, who are currently working on the sci-fi online series Nobility. A show made "by fans, for fans," Nobility is a sci-fi dramedy that features talented actors from TV and film's most well-known sci-fi franchises. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Anvar and de La Pena about the premise of the show, the amazing cast and crew involved in the production, their own geeky obsessions, and how you can learn more about Nobility!
This interview was conducted on June 23, 2014.
“On this station, you are the thin, beige line between order and chaos.”
-- Lwaxana Troi to Odo
Majel Barrett was the first lady of Star Trek. Though her name or her face might not be instantly recognizable, she appears in TNG, DS9, and Voyager as the voice of the Federation computer. She’s also integral to the mythology of the franchise, playing both Spock’s non-Kirk love, Nurse Chapel, and Counselor Deanna Troi’s mom, Lwaxana. It’s the latter role that has probably made the bigger impact on modern fans, and this week, she’s bringing the act to Deep Space Nine.
“You can’t do serious comic book films!”
“You cannot do dark superheroes!”
“No one’s ever made an old television series into a movie!”
Executive Producer Michael E. Uslan remembers well the indignant howls. During the 1980s, every studio executive in Hollywood slammed their doors in his face. They refused to hear his pitch for a comic book movie aimed at adults. None of them believed that a summer blockbuster could be based on a character that the editor of DC Comics at the time referred to as “dead as a dodo.”
That all changed on June 23, 1989.
The following is an interview with actor Bill Oberst Jr. (Criminal Minds, Legend of the Red Reaper), who will soon be portraying "The Warden" in the upcoming film The Chair. The creators behind the film recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for the film, with the hopes of bringing the graphic novel adaptation to the big screen. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Contributor Christina Brookman chats with Oberst about what initially intrigued him about the project, what makes a villain truly great, the challenges that he relishes when approaching a new character, and why readers should support the Kickstarter campaign for The Chair!