Whether you are charmed by those boyish looks of Harry Style’s curls or just a music lover, well then this article categorically is clearly for you. What is the connection between Summer Glau and one of the most truly successful recording boy band’s ‘One Direction’? I happened to watch a video clip from One Direction’s hit song “What Makes You Beautiful” on YouTube (yes I know but I’m not sheepish to say it) and would you believe it I recognized instantaneously the same Californian beach that was shown in Keith Urban’s music video “Long Hot Summer” featuring the adorable Summer Glau. Without a doubt that alone would be all in all funny under the circumstances but maybe not worthiness of making a blog post about it.
Let me start by a brief description of Keith Urban's music video for "Long Hot Summer".
This music video uses both narrative and performance, and although there isn't much to the story, there's no need for it. It's basic, it's simplistic, but also engaging and understandable.
The gallery has been updated with HQ episode stills and behind-the-scenes images from the seventh episode of the first season of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. In 'The Demon Hand', Sarah breaks into Agent Ellison's apartment and discovers a file on her from her time at the mental hospital, leading her to Dr. Silberman. Meanwhile Cameron signs up for a ballet class to recover the missing cyborg hand to ensure all remnants of the Terminator have been destroyed and John finds out why his mom escaped the mental hospital.
Gallery link and previews are below, enjoy!
Find below more episode stills and behind-the-scenes images from TSCC 1.07 'The Demon Hand' featuring Summer Glau co-stars Brian Austin Green, Lena Headey, Richard T Jones and Thomas Dekker.
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Browncoats, get ready, because Firefly is set to be immortalised by the hugely successful board game, Monopoly. Following the recent release of Firefly Clue, Firefly Yahtzee, Firefly Online game, Firefly the Game:Board Game, Firefly:Tall Card and more, Firefly monopoly is the latest game based on Joss Whedon's short-lived cult sci-fi hit.
As you can see in the picture below, the traditional tokens are replaced by ships, the properties are planets of the Verse, and the Community Chest and Chance cards are now named 'Gorram' and 'Shiny!'. Watch out for Reavers.
The game is due out in April 2015 but you can pre-order it now for $39.99 at Entertainment Earth.
The gallery has been updated with HQ episode stills and behind-the-scenes images from the sixth episode of the first season of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. In 'Dungeons & Dragons', the stranger, while fighting for his life and moving in and out of consciousness, remembers life in the future and his personal battle against the machines. Meanwhile, Sarah finds herself trying to explain the past to her ex, Charley.
There isn't many photos of Summer Glau since a large part of the episode takes place in the future. Gallery link and previews are below, enjoy!
Uh-oh. Looks like AnnaSophia Robb as Carrie Bradshaw in "The Carries Diary" and Summer Glau as Cameron Phillips in "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" got the same “rainbow print belt with double heart clasp” memo.
These wide elastic belt were majorly popular in the 70's and 80's and give AnnaSophia Robb's chic getup a vintage flair, which is perfect for her character who is trying to navigate in the world of fashion in New York.
Our vote: Summer Glau by a nose, because Cameron's rainbow belt paired with punks skulls has a considerable symbolic meaning.
Tell us who wore this rainbow belt with hearts the best in the comments section!
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Firefly stars Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk need your help to get them back into a spaceship, so they’ve launched a campaign on Indiegogo in order to raise money for a new comedy web series titled 'Con Man', about actors from a sci-fi show which was cancelled too soon. They already have their Firefly cast members Sean Maher and Gina Torres along for the ride as well as 'Guardians of the Galaxy' director James Gunn, Seth Green, Felicia Day and Amy Acker, with more guest stars being announced throughout the campaign. Therefore, it is legitimate to ask the question: in which episode will Summer Glau appear?
Here's how Tudyk described the show - which will be available on Vimeo On Demand - to Entertainment Weekly:
It’s about the convention world,” says Tudyk, who is also the show’s creator, writer, and director. “My character, Wray Nerely, was on a science fiction show called Spectrum, that was canceled too soon, and now he goes to conventions, to sign head shots, and meet fans, and do panels. Nathan’s character, Jack Moore, who was the captain of the spaceship on Spectrum, has gone on to incredible action-hero stardom, like Matt Damon. My character is frustrated with his situation and frustrated by Jack’s stardom. We follow Wray’s story as he goes to the conventions and does video game voiceovers and we are going to populate it with sci-fi actors and people that you will find at conventions. Zany hi-jinks ensue!
The two Firefly stars were initially asking for $425,000 to be able to fund the first three episodes, but have raised over $1,125,000 less than two days after their campaign went live and it is reasonable to assume that they will reach soon $1,750,000 and fund the entire season 1, i.e. 12 episodes. Which means twelve opportunities to have Summer make an appearance on the show.
Check out Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk telling us about the campaign to get Con Man off the ground:
If you want to see Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk back on a spaceship, and hopefully Summer Glau, you can contribute to 'Con Man' , and/or get more information, on Indiegogo. The deadline is set for April 10th.
Another Big Damn Hero interview is up on The Cortex, the companion application of Firefly Online game. Wash lives! Alan Tudyk returns to his signature Hawaiian shirt and jumpsuit as Hoban "Wash" Washburne for Firefly Online. In this exclusive sit-down, Tudyk bluntly stabs us in the heart while discussing his fate in Serenity and reflects on how it felt to deliver Wash's "smart ass-y lines" again. Stay tuned as Summer Glau's interview for Firefly Online will be released in the following weeks.
NOTE: SPOILERS present for new Browncoats who haven't seen Serenity the movie.
See the full interview exclusively on The Cortex, the official companion app for Firefly Online:
On the same topic, watch a behind-the-scenes interview with Firefly Online voice director Andrea Romano, in which you can catch glimpses of Summer Glau doing her voice over.
Keep up with all things Firefly Online on the official site and why not download the free Cortex application to keep flying. The full game Firefly Online is shooting for a Spring 2015 launch on Windows, OS X, iOS, and Android.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles stars Summer Glau, Lena Headey and Thomas Dekker are interviewed by Access Hollywood at the Los Angeles premiere at Arclight Cinerama Dome Theatre on January 9, 2008. They talk about doing the Terminator as a TV series and what it took to get ready to play these iconic roles. Plus, Summer tells how she was hit in the face by an ejected bullet casing while training at a shooting range and director David Nutter thought it would be best to let it show through the pilot.
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