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Video Interview: Star Trek: Discovery’s David Ajala & Doug Jones

Star Trek: Discovery Star Trek: Discovery has always balanced the ship’s mission and weekly conflicts with the crew’s personal lives: Captain Burnham’s affair with a Klingon sleeper agent, Stamets (Anthony Rapp) and Culber (Wilson Cruz)’s marriage, Adira (Blu del Barrio)’s relationship with Gray (Ian Alexander). Last season, fans were thrilled when it looked like Commander Saru (Doug Jones) would get his own shot at romance with Vulcan President T’rina (Tara Rosling).

Season five finds the galaxy’s favorite power couple juggling love, service and politics. During a recent interview with the press, SciFi Vision asked actor Doug Jones how Saru is going to blend his Kelpian instincts with T’rina’s strict logic.

David Ajala, who plays Cleveland Booker was also part of the interview.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Wicked Little Letters' Star Anjana Vasan

Wicked Little Letters Last weekend, the film, Wicked Little Letters, opened nationwide. The movie, based on a true story, takes places in the 1920s in the seaside town of Little Hampton and stars Olivia Coleman as the very conservative Edith Swan and Jessie Buckley as the loud Irish migrant Rose Gooding. When Edith and the others in the town start receiving anonymous wicked little letters filled with vulgarities, it causes an uproar and Rose is charged with the crime. However, Police Officer Gladys Moss (Anjana Vasan) doesn’t believe her to be the true culprit, and she and the other townswomen decide to find out the truth. 

Recently, actress Vasan spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the film, including her preparation for the character, how the costume was an important part of it, and working with Olivia Coleman. 

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Video Interview: Star Trek: Discovery Stars Wilson Cruz, Mary Wiseman & Blu del Barrio

Star Trek: DiscoverySince joining the crew of Discovery in season three, Adira Tal has become an almost indispensable part of the crew. Their engineering genius sometimes make us forget that Adira is the youngest person aboard, still just a kid trying to figure out who they want to be. 

In this week’s episode (503, “Jinaal”) the away team is on Trill, where Adira reconnects with long-distance boyfriend Gray. During a recent interview with the press, SciFi Vision asked performer Blu del Barrio how they channel their inner teenager to make the emotion resonate on screen.

Wilson Cruz, who plays Dr. Hugh Culber, and Mary Wiseman, who plays Sylvia Tilly, were also part of the interview.

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Exclusive Video Interviews: The Long Game’s Cast Works, Chavez, & Cullen & Director Quintana

The Long GameBased on the book Mustang Miracle by Humberto G. Garcia, which is based on a true story, The Long Game tells the story of J.B. Peña (Jay Hernandez), who in 1956 moved with his wife (Jaina Lee Ortiz) to Del Rio, Texas for a job as the superintendent of the school, but also because he dreamed of becoming a member of the all-white Del Rio Country Club. He is devastated when he’s denied entry because of his skin color, but when he meets a group of young Mexican-American golf caddies working at the club who have built their own course to teach themselves the sport, he is inspired. He convinces them to start a team for their high school, and eventually, despite having inferior equipment, they go on to compete against other affluent all-white teams and eventually win the 1957 Texas State High School Golf Championship, which broke barriers for Latino PGA golfers that followed. The film also stars Dennis Quaid, Cheech Marin, Julian Works, Brett Cullen, Oscar Nuñez, Richard Robichaux, and Paulina Chávez.

Recently, SciFi Vision spoke with stars Works, Chávez, and Cullen, as well as writer and director Julio Quintana, about the film, which is playing in theaters nationwide, starting tomorrow.

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Video Interview: Showrunners Explain Inspiration for Star Trek: Discovery’s Final Adventure

Star Trek: DiscoveryStar Trek: Discovery finds Captain Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) and her crew on an epic adventure across the galaxy, chasing clues and solving riddles in a race to uncover an ancient power. It’s a rollicking adventure that brings a lighter tone and loads of fun in the series’ final season. Recently, during an interview with the press, showrunners Alex Kurtzman and Michelle Paradise told SciFi Vision where they found inspiration for the crew’s final mission.

New episodes air Thursdays on Paramount Plus.

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Exclusive Video Interviews: Alex Rider Stars Farrant, O’Connor, McClure & Helin Plus EP Gutierrez Talk Season 3

Alex RiderAdapted from the fifth Alex Rider novel, season three sets the teenage spy on the tail of his greatest enemy: the elusive criminal network known as Scorpia. Under new leadership, the criminal cabal plan to extort the British Government using their catastrophic new super-weapon: ‘Invisible Sword.’ Free of The Department and aided by his closest friends, Tom and Kyra, Alex embarks on a personal mission to destroy Scorpia once and for all. Little does he know, his ties to both organizations run deeper than he ever thought possible. 

The third season of Alex Rider features the return of series stars Otto Farrant (Edge of the WorldMrs. Wilson) as Alex Rider, Vicky McClure (Line of DutyTrigger Point) as Mrs. Jones, Stephen Dillane (The OutrunRed Election) as Alan Blunt, Brenock O’Connor (The SplitGame of Thrones) as Tom Harris, Ronkẹ Adékọluẹ́jọ́ (Rain DogsChristopher Robin) as Jack Starbright, and Marli Siu (Everything I Know About LoveOur Ladies) as Kyra Vashenko-Chao. As previously announced, new actors joining the cast this season include Sofia Helin (LustThe Bridge) as Julia Rothman, Shelley Conn (Gen VBridgerton) as Laura Kellner, Kevin McNally (The CrownPirates of the Caribbean) as Max Grendel, and Jason Wong (Dungeons & Dragons: Honour Among ThievesThe Covenant) as Nile.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Lopez vs. Lopez Stars George Lopez, Selenis Leyva & Al Madrigal Talk Season 2

Lopez vs LopezTonight, the hilarious sitcom Lopez vs Lopez returns to NBC for all new episodes in season two. The series stars George Lopez and his daughter, Mayan Lopez, as fictionalized versions of themselves. Selenis Leyva stars as Rosie, Mayan’s mother and George’s ex-wife. In the series, George moves in with his daughter after his moving company goes bankrupt, but the two have been estranged for most of her teenage years, so they have to work to build their relationship while learning more about each other. Al Madrigal also stars as Oscar, an employee of George’s who often shows up stoned. 

In season two of the series, the whole family is affected when George battles sobriety. 

Last week, Lopez, Leyva, and Madrigal spoke with SciFi Vision about working on season two and what’s next for their characters, what they’ve learned working on the show, and what it’s like working with Lopez’s real life daughter.

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Review: The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live - The Last Time

***The following contains spoilers for the season finale***

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who LiveI've been a fan of this series for a good, long while, and a writer for longer than that. I became a Richonner almost instantly in season three. It was a ship I didn't actually believe would come to fruition. Each year at SDCC in Hall H, I began to subtly inquire about this pair that electrified our screens. By season six, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Michonne (Danai Gurira) had consummated their relationship. For they and their family unit had been canon since season four. 

Fast forward to both Rick and Michonne's respective departures from the flagship series of The Walking Dead, a long drought, and then... 

The light. 

Gimple, Gurira, and Lincoln got together during that down time and worked out how the future for the Grimes would look. This evolved from features to a (now) limited series of six episodes. But more than that, they gave their fans damn near everything. The finale was no different.

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Exclusive Video Interview: American Rust: Broken Justice Star Maura Tierney Talks Grace’s Impulsiveness, Attending Games in Pittsburgh & More

American Rust: Broken JusticeAmerican Rust, which is based on the novel of the same name by Philipp Meyer, originally premiered on Showtime in 2021. Season two, American Rust: Broken Justice, premiered yesterday on Prime Video, and picks up four months after the events of season one. This season, Del Harris (Jeff Daniels) and Grace Poe (Maura Tierney) struggle to rebuild their lives while also dealing with being apart more than they’d like, as Del is now working as a detective back in Pittsburgh. Meanwhile, in Buell, a string of seemingly unrelated murders take place, hinting that there may be a larger conspiracy at play.

Earlier in the month, when star Tierney spoke with SciFi Vision, she talked about how Grace’s circumstances change quite a bit this season when she’s given a gift from her son (Alex Neustaedter). “In a way, it's the same character with the same hang ups and the same flaws in a completely and utterly new set of circumstances,” the actress explained. “So, I think it'll be hopefully interesting to watch, and it was interesting to play.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Wicked Little Letters' Star Olivia Coleman & Director Thea Sharrock Talk Comedy & Social Media

Wicked Little LettersDirected by Thea Sharrock, Wicked Little Letters, which is based on a stranger than fiction story, takes place in a 1920s English seaside town that is rocked by scandal. The film follows two neighbors, conservative Edith Swan, played by Olivia Coleman, and the foul-mouthed Irish migrant, Rose Gooding (Jessie Buckley). When Edith and others in the town receive wickedly insulting letters full of profanity, Rose is accused and charged. However, as she awaits trial, as the women of the town, led by female Police Officer Gladys Moss (Anjana Vasan), try to find the truth, they find that things may not be what they seem.

Recently, star Coleman spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the hilarious film, where the actress talked about giggling on set as well as playing both the comedic and serious parts. “I love humor that's delivered with a straight face,” Coleman told the site. “[I] love it when the character is trying to show something, but what's coming out makes it funny. I love those juxtapositions…It's more fun, I think, to try and play more than one thing at once.”

Although the film takes place in the 1920s, it feels very relevant to today with anonymous trolling on the internet, and during the paired interview, director Sharrock talked about the human need to hurt someone. “[I]t's quite interesting to reflect on how far we've come in 100 years, and how, in some ways, it feels like we haven't learned much at all,” said the director. “…We go through moments [with] actually almost needing to hurt somebody else. It’s like, there is a need. What I'm interested in is where that need comes from, what is that about in somebody that it brings that out in them?”

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Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!

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