Hey, eagle-eyed Dark Matter fans. Can you identify what’s going on in the above still? If you can, you have the inside step on figuring out a late-season 11th hour surprise.
Well, if it isn’t Dark Matter stunt coordinator and 2nd unit director John Stead, fresh off directing our Die Hard episode which includes an epic one on one multi-level Raza underbelly fight sequence that took an entire day to shoot. As I mentioned in a previous entry, John has fast become one of my favorite directors – and this Stead actioner will undoubtedly have you slotting him into your top three as well.
Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. Pictured above: Co-Executive Producer Ivon Bartok – crownless and well-rested.
A little something from the VFX archives = Alicia Reynaud’s ship. Early concept work on this ship – and more – at artist Jon Hrubesch’s site here: http://www.jonhrubesch.com/concept-art/
Well, if it isn’t Producer Mark Askwith from SpaceChannel, on set to do a few interviews. We go way back. Between questions about Dark Matter’s third season, I reminisced about the old days when our Canadian broadcaster pulled out all the stops to promote Stargate: Universe.
Hey, who’s up for a little episode title voting? I’ve got some terrific choices for Episode 310. In fact, a few too many. It’s going to be tough to whittle them down to a mere three.
This weekend, it’s Part 2 of our Toronto Dessert Tour! We’ll only be hitting four places, but we will be sampling a broader selection of delectables.
One dessert we won’t be trying out on this outing, but which I heartily recommend, is Bar Isabel’s Basque Cake with Sherry Cream that… Ah, instead of explaining it, why don’t I just show you: