Saturday, July 24, 2010

From the J.J. Abrams panel at Comic Con

J.J. Abrams and Joss Whedon held a panel together at the San Diego Comic Con on Friday, and while there was no big news from J.J., there was a little about Alias and Lost. To read E's take on the event, click right here.

Jennifer Garner talks fitness

Jennifer Garner spoke with Extra recently and gave some insight into how she stays in "Sydney Bristow" level of fitness.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Retro interview: Jennifer Garner and Michael Vartan

Here's a blast from the past - a YouTube video of some kid interviewing Jennifer Garner and Michael Vartan about Alias Season 3. Melissa George even has a cameo. Enjoy!

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Will Applebaum and Nemec's MI-4 script get a rewrite?

Former Alias writers Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec have penned the script for the next Mission: Impossible flick, which J.J. Abrams will produce and Brad Bird (Iron Giant, Incredibles) will direct. Now, word is Paramount is worried about MI-4, after "Knight and Day" tanked at the box office, so much so that they have asked for a rewrite of the script. Let's hope they stick with Josh and Andre's script, which has gotten lots of good buzz.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Vartan talks Hawthorne

Michael Vartan talked to TV Guide about the new season of Hawthorne and what is upcoming. He also touches briefly on the talk of the Alias reboot. To view the video, click this link.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Sydney Bristow to the rescue!

Talk about cool. Could you imagine Sydney Bristow bringing you gas if you ever ran out? That's just what happened to two LA gals this week. Of course, some paparazzi were following poor Jen and caught the whole thing - can't they just leave her alone?

Anders visits the Warehouse

Fresh off of his appearances on "24" and "The Vampire Diaries," David Anders is about to appear on another genre show: this time, on the SyFy Channel's "Warehouse 13." According to Airlock Alpha, Anders will play a "calculating suspect with a deadly past and a dangerous connection to the Warehouse." The character, Jonah Raitt, evaded capture by Warehouse operatives in the 1960s and now it is left to Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) to track him down.