Hey, Dark Matter fans! Who’s up for another behind-the-scenes Q&A? While we await Melissa O’Neil and Zoie Palmer’s responses to your burning questions (There were A LOT of them, so be patient!), let’s turn our sights to architect of The Raza – and countless other cool sets, from episode 3’s Blade Runner-esque noodle bar to Alexander Rook’s lab – Production Designer Ian Brock. Seriously. If it wasn’t for him, the crew would be flying around in a refurbished winnebago!
Post your comments for Ian in the comments section. I’ll gather them up over the course of the next few days and send them his way.
And several more Q&A’s in the works including cast members, new AND established (notice I didn’t say “old”?).
Oh crap. Today’s Dark Matter season 2 sneak peek screen shot of the day suggests all sorts of trouble.
MyM Magazine is out now featuring Dark Matter. Check it out!
Well, that’s a wrap on week 1 of the writers’ room. Looks like I’ve got a lot of work ahead of me this weekend fleshing things out and writing things up. It’s ALL coming together. Ish. Sort of. Let’s circle back on this Monday.
Stargate fans, rejoice! I’ve got you covered with glorious art work from SG-1’s “Nightwalkers” courtesy of former Stargate Production Designer James Robbins: