Photos of Summer Glau, Nathan Fillion and Joss Whedon at the "Serenity" photocall for the German premiere that took place at the Hotel Park Hyatt in Hamburg on October 07, 2005, have been added to the Gallery.
Summer Glau was exuding beauty and happiness, wearing a transparent blouse, a fitting black skirt and fishnets.
They also participated to a Q&A after the screening; you can watch more photos from the Serenity photocall and Q&A in the Gallery.
Of course, we would appreciate if someone could provide us with the non-watermarked pictures.
Summer Glau was featured in the "Scene stealer" section of the November 18th, 2013 issue of TV Guide magazine. Summer talks about her character Isabel Rochev in Arrow, the dynamic between Stephen Amell's character Oliver Queen/The Arrow and her character, about her fans and why she's not in Joss Whedon's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D....yet.
You can find the article below.
Summer Glau: Arrow is different. I thought they were going to have me kick some butt. Then I went to my wardrobe fitting, and they put these designer dresses and diamonds on me. I thought I was in the wrong room! Where were the combat boots?
The image used to illustrate the article is a promotional photo from Arrow season two that you can find in the Gallery.
Knights of Badassdom have published a new poster art on their Facebook page, that they use as their cover page (see picture below). This new poster is actually quite close to the upper part of the official poster released recently, with the four main characters on top, namely Summer Glau, Ryan Kwnaten, Peter Dinklage and Steve Zahn.
A few modifications have been made though; while the first poster had Peter Dinklage front and center, the four characters are now of equal size, and Dinklage even lost his left arm, that previously partially hided Zahn. Another significant change is that another image of Summer Glau's character Gwen has been used; the first poster had basically hero shots of Kwanten, Zahn and Dinklage, while Summer was represented holding in her arm a...firstarter (hey, it's a comedy after all). The new image of Summer shows her with her hand on a sword of imposing size.
See for yourself and compare the two poster arts:
Unfortunately, Summer's name is still not listed on top with the other three names. Of course, it seems really foolish to not put Summer Glau's name up top, as she has a huge fan base, and in many ways would be a huge selling point for a film like this. It's hard to say if this is a deliberate intention to not have her name on top or if this is the way things have been negociated at the time they signed their contracts.
Anyway I've decided to fix this and added Summer's name and a tag line myself in the much better version shown below. What do you think?
In between autographs sessions, panels and greetings with German fans, Summer Glau took the time to pose for a fun photo shoot at Fedcon 18 that took place in Bonn, Germany on May 1-3, 2009.
Check out Summer Glau's lovely batch of photos taken by photographer Tschiponnique Skupin.
Watch more photos of Summer Glau at FedCon 2009 in the Gallery.
Summer Glau participated in a photoshoot session during Fedcon, the biggest Star Trek and SciFi Convention in Europe and her only convention in Germany. Summer looks very cute, despite having a serious cold and having difficulties to speak at her panel due to coughing.
You can watch more photos of Summer Glau at Fedcon 18 in the Gallery.
Fedcon 18 took place in Bonn, Germany, May 1-3 2009, with over 20 guest stars that included: Robert Picardo, Nichelle Nichols, Nana Visitor, Connor Trinneer, Dominic Keating, Marc Alaimo, Jeffrey Combs, John Billingsley, Max Grodénchik (Star Trek Verse); Colin Ferguson, Jordan Hinson (Eureka); Erin Gray (Buck Rogers); Christopher Judge (SG-1); Summer Glau (Firefly, T:SCC); Edward James Olmos, James Callis, Michael Hogan, Richard Hatch, Mark Sheppard (BSG).
Find below a sample of the portraits from the same series with the other guests, taken by Andreas Reiner vor sichtlichmensch.de:
Head over to sichtlichmensch.de for more portraits with the Fedcon 2009 media guests.
Let Maxim Magazine know you want to see Summer Glau on a brand new Maxim cover by clicking through to their new poll: Who Do You Want To See On a New Cover of Maxim?
Maxim's website has launched a series of polls in which 5 women are matched against each other. Summer Glau is pitted against MMA fighter Miesha Tate, The Vampire Diaries's Nina Dobrev, Kate Beckinsale and WWE Diva AJ Lee.
Don't get us wrong, the goal is not to win this online poll, but simply to have Summer's name out there. Summer would rock the cover of Maxim magazine, though.
On a similar topic, don't forget to vote every day for Summer in Maxim's Hot 100.
So yeah Summer Glau randomly came into my work yesterday
Picnicker Virgil was kind enough to share his picture with Summer Glau with us
The story behind is basically it was completely empty at my work, no customers, then the door opens and two people walk in. My first thought is, "That girl looks a lot like-" before I realized it was actually Summer Glau. I turned to my coworker and he just whispered, "Is that Summer Glau?" so at that point I'm just kind of freaking out internally.
The guy she was with asked me some questions about mailing a package 'cause I work at a contract post office in San Antonio and they were both there for a while and she bought some stamps too and then I waited until she was all done before I asked if I could get a picture with her, and the guy she was with took the picture and then they left
Watch more candid pictures with Summer Glau in the Gallery.
IGN has unveiled exclusively the official poster for Knights of Badassdom, featuring Summer Glau, Ryan Kwanten, Peter Dinklage and Steve Zahn.
Behold, ye fair maidens and lords and folks like that, our exclusive one-sheet below for the forthcoming horror-fantasy-comedy Knights of Badassdom, starring Game of Thrones' Peter Dinklage, True Blood's Ryan Kwanten, and Firefly's Summer Glau.
The long-awaited release follows three best friends (Peter Dinklage, Steve Zahn and Ryan Kwanten) and dedicated LARPers as they take to the woods to reenact a dungeons and dragons-like scenario fresh out of the mythical Middle Ages. Trouble arises after they unwittingly conjure up some serious evil in the form of a blood-lusting Succubus, from the pits of hell.
How did Summer Glau not get her name on top of the newly-released poster?
The Joe Lynch-directed film will be available via TUGG on January 21 and on VOD on February 11.
What do you think of this official poster? Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comment section.