The construction of the “big metal mystery doors” – Dark Matter, season 1. Just a few of the BTS pics I’ll be uploading on a daily basis over at my dedicated Dark Matter twitter account (here: @DarkMatter_show). Tell your friends!
Also, bonus pic! Alex Mallari Jr.’s (FOUR) very first costume fitting:
All smiles. Little did he know what he was getting into!
Well, a little over two weeks to go before we wrap production on Dark Matter’s second season (and, from what I hear, about a week to go before they announce our premiere date), and as most thoughts turn to post-production, MY thoughts turn to season 3. Whereas the show’s first season was a slow-burn mystery, season two promises to be a more action-driven, SF-laden, VFX-studded extravaganza. As for season 3 – well, as I said from the beginning, I have a 5 year plan and I’m approaching each season as if they were instalments in a book series, with their beginnings, middles, and ends. Specifically with regard to season 3, I’ve got the season-long arc, the character arcs, the individual narrative arcs, and the 13 episodes. All that remains is the heavy lifting – sitting in a room for three weeks and beating out the stories. We’re aiming for mid to late June and, as usual, you’ll get access to all of the behind-the-scenes action: placeholder titles, lunch orders, and all!
But let’s not get ahead of ourselves here. We still have a second season to complete!
Here’s a little something from Kelly Diamond and the playback gang – Marcus Boone’s mugshot in the G.A. database: