Duo writers of blockbuster "Thor" and "X-Men:First Class" talk about their early working experience on TSCC

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Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz, who have written two upcoming blockbuster movies, discuss on their early writing for series like Andromeda, Twilight Zone and then Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles or Fringe.

They talk about writing room or stories they could have written, especially if TSCC had a season 3 and 4 (plus lots of pictures of Summer Glau on TSCC).

Here are extracts of this insightful interview :

Io9 : "How does an experience like TSCC prepare you to tackle huge franchise like X-Men and Thor?"

Miller: "T:SCC helped us get our heads around the idea that no matter how large the canvas, you're writing about the characters first."

Io9 : "Were there storylines or ideas that you really wanted to do in T:SCC that were too way-out, or that you didn't get to do because the show was cancelled?"

Miller : "Josh also had an idea for a Cameron episode that would have been amazing. AMAZING. If you ask nicely and beg a little bit, I'm sure he will absolutely refuse to talk about it."

You can read the interview on

04 May 2011 | Tags: TSCC, Writers, article, Cameron
Total comments: 5
  Message #1 | Passha | 04 May 2011, 09:31 GMT [Entry]

Im this one who believe smile

  Message #2 | chrisdvanne_ | 04 May 2011, 23:45 GMT [Entry]

May the Gods of TV hear you!
What i said before is not the truth, this is just my opinion. And i've said a lot some drivel in the past.

  Message #3 | chrisdvanne_ | 04 May 2011, 01:38 GMT [Entry]

I really, REALLY, wonder what the "AMAZING" Cameron-centered would have been?

  Message #4 | Fermi | 04 May 2011, 01:39 GMT [Entry]

Please come on Josh for once be kind and just tell us, it is the right thing to do.

  Message #5 | chrisdvanne_ | 04 May 2011, 01:45 GMT [Entry]

One could think Josh Friedman does not want to hint the fans about season 3 because he still believes a continuation is possible and doesn't want secrets to be disclosed!

Alas this is never the case when it comes to showrunners and writers. I have already explained on the Wiki Forum that showrunners don't give spoilers because they don't want want to waste good writing material by giving it to the fans or others showrunners. They want to keep it for a potential similar work.

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