04 Jul 2012• • 4 Comments
Summer Glau and Thomas Dekker have great chemistry
A few weeks before Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles season two premiered on FOX, BuddyTV made an exclusive interview with Thomas Dekker and Summer Glau during FOX Fall Press Junket , inwhich they discussed the second season and the evolution of their characters.
While watching the video, one will immediately notice the genuine affection and respect Thomas and Summer have for each other; they really are comfortable with each other, which is maybe why they had such a great chemistry on screen.
Look at 2:36 when the interviewer mentions that Cameron is coming back in season 2 and Thomas says "Thank God", the glances and smiles that they exchange says it all.
Here's the video and a sample of the screencaps we have added to the gallery.
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Message #2 | The1Russter | 05 Jul 2012, 01:03 GMT
I think that is possibly the best interview I have seen, not only in regards to TSCC, or with Thomas and Summer, but the entire interaction between them and the interviewer, who for a change, actually sounded like someone who had seen the show and was capable of asking decent questions. Thomas and Summer also appeared so calm and comfortable like they spent a few minutes chatting with and getting settled in before the real interview began. My only disappointment is that the interview wasn't longer. It was beautiful. I never saw any of these interviews when TSCC was on the air, so its such a pleasure seeing them now.
Message #4 | REG | 07 Jul 2012, 09:12 GMT
i saw this last night on youtube. i posted a comment on there too. this interview was one that showed the level of comfort they have with each other. it's nice when two actors get along both on and off set
i like you Russ didn't see any interviews when the show was on. it didn't actually air here in Australia so i was watching it by downloading the episodes 1 day after they were on in the US. which is how i watch most sci-fi shows.
99% of shows on tv here are reality shows, dancing shows and cooking shows. i do enjoy the cooking shows but the rest don't interest me at all. anyway enough rambling about that.