This looks very promising – first look at the complete cast! Just click the picture below to watch the clip:
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Over at NBC, things are moving fast!
is online, and provides some pictures, information and clips. And believe it or not, they already have a message board, though the show won’t air before fall. Click here if you dare.
Of special interest is the clip with Derek (Jack Davenport), who seems to have his own ideas about how auditions should be held… please click the screwed up embedding code below to watch:
Ah, isn’t he a wonderfully snotty git! And there’s no American accent this time, which means I am happy and New Jersey is grateful. Sacrificing that squeaky bone to the TV Gods wasn’t in vain, after all.
I’ll update the “Smash”-section of the website later this day, and have for now added a link to NBC’s official website to the navigation bar.
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Just when you thought that all news was bad news, we get some good news:
is now available for purchase!
Region 1, that is. Woe is us, we Europeans have to wait until 27 September, 2010, for the Region 2 version, but hey – you can already
You all know the plot (“Blackout! FlashForward! Chaos! Kangaroos! The Hobbit did it! No, Sparky did! Shakespeare?!?”), so I won’t repeat it here. When it comes to DVDs, the extras are of special importance and interest, and it looks like the FlashForward DVD has some interesting tidbits to offer. The 2-disc box set includes all 10 episodes from the first half of the season, and the following bonus material:
CREATING A CATASTROPHE: THE EFFECTS OF A GLOBAL BLACKOUT
Go behind-the-scenes of the pilot and discover what went in to creating FlashForward’s most iconic scene, the freeway disaster. Through interviews with David S. Goyer and his production team we go on the set to see how destruction is developed and explosions are executed.
FLASHFORWARD: A LOOK AHEAD
Be the first to get a “FlashForward” with this exclusive look at the teaser to episode 111.
A look at the second half of FlashForward Season 1, narrated by Dominic Monaghan.
Sounds good? Very likely is! Check out the teaser clips:
And because we’re shallow and Jack Davenport is a certified M.O.T.E.M. – pictures!
Being in the pilot for only 30 seconds might not be a lot, but if the other 29 seconds look like this one, the fans will very likely not complain…
Here’s the trailer to go with it. I can’t embed it because ABC wants to know the username and password of this account here to add the widget – HELL, NO! Over my dead body. So just
Promo shots are slowly beginning to trickle in; the biography of Jack’s character “Lloyd Simcoe”, isn’t up on the Official ABC Flash Forward website yet, but the folks over on SpoilerTV have the picture to go with it:
According to ABC, “Flash Forward” will be aired this autumn (or “fall”, for our friends across the pond) on Thursdays, 8-9pm, before “Grey’s Anatomy”. For further news, check out FlashForwardTV from time to time (I’m not involved with the site, I’m only a lazy git who’s happy to have a place where I can direct people to).
No idea yet if “Flash Forward” will come to Europe or not. However, looking at the great number of British stars, at least one of ABC’s eyes is probably firmly set on the European market. It’s still early days. ABC does offer episodes of its shows online; can’t tell you if Flash Forward will be available to us Europeans, though.
Posted in flash forward, hungry hamsters, jack davenport, movies, trailers, tv, updates, tagged dvd, flash forward, hungry hamsters, jack davenport, movies, news, that deadwood feeling, trailers, tv on 5 May, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Still waiting for the official green lighting of “Flash Forward”. This is getting a bit ridiculous, to be honest. Viral marketing and TV promos, yet no official “we have a series”, so what else can we do but talk about
That Deadwood Feeling is a blackly comic film noir, a tale of three guys who dream of making a movie, of becoming players in the game of life. What could be simpler? Michael (Dexter Fletcher, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Hotel Babylon) has the enthusiasm, Jack (Jack Davenport, Pirates of the Caribbean) has the intellect and Frank (Demetri Goritsas, The Bourne Identity) – well, Frank has the answer to everything.
The only minor obstacle is that they haven’t a single original idea between them, until out of the shadows comes this weird actor guy (Richard Stanley, dir. Hardware, Dust Devil) who offers them his life story on a plate.
Off they set on a journey of optimism, exploitation, denial, dreams, both good and bad – and ultimately death. Throughout they re offered words of worldly wisdom by Larry, (David Soul, Starsky and Hutch), a seen-it-all, done-it-all big shot that s if you believe his own publicity.
Watching over the unfolding story is an unnamed character (Angus Deayton) who seems to know everything and how it s all meant to be. But who the hell is he? What¹s his game? And what s his relationship to the mysterious Girl in the Red Dress (Ivana Horvat)?
Although no animals were harmed in the making of this movie, it would be inhumane to let em watch it! LARRY
- Original Trailer
- Creating That Deadwood Feeling
- The Unmaking of Deadwood
- Richard Stanley Interview
- Deleted scenes
There’s a trailer up on Amazon. I got the “sent!” notice from Amazon last Friday, so the DVD should arrive soon. Considering the very strange story of this movie’s creation, I’m really curious to see it. Review to follow!
There’s news for the most unexpected of projects – for example
The official website has been updated, and you can read the latest production blog from April HERE.
Now they are on their latest and most dangerous adventure yet, which is why they cannot finish their programmes for us. They are in middle Europe trying to stop a mad GM scientist from manufacturing some hideous cross-breeds and devastating the environment. Goodness knows, they have enough trouble saving their own skins let alone the planet. Anyway, don’t forget to come back here soon for the very latest instalment.
We will, we will…
I’m currently in the process of updating various parts of the website. If you should encounter broken links or cryptic code rather than text, please don’t worry. Everything will work soon again.
Nothing, as I wasn’t watching. But if you’d like to see the promos for “Flash Forward” flashed and forwarded in “Lost”, please go here:
Flash Forward seems to have an official website now as well; all very cryptic and hipster and thedarkknightesque, alas without The Joker. I guess the idea is that you leave your email and get updates for the show. I’ll do that now, and if I get any spam, I’ll know where it comes from.
For now, it’s “wait and see”, I guess.
The closer the premiere, the more viral the marketing! Go to The Official Website of The Boat That Rocked, then click on “Video Clips” and choose the one called “Counting Down” – Mr. Twatt (Jack Davenport) and Minister Dormandy (Kenneth Branagh) are celebrating a wee bit too early…