Check out this behind the scenes look on the set of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and some interviews with the cast and crew, presented by Jessica Kastrop for German channel Sky.
This special took place during filming of the third episode of the second season of TSCC, 'The Mousetrap'.
The three videos are in German with English subtitles.
Part one of a behind the scenes of TSCC S02Ep03, featuring interviews with Summer Glau and director Bill Eagles on set.
Part two of a behind the scenes of TSCC S02Ep03, featuring interviews with Thomas Dekker on set, Lena Headey (part of a studio interview for German channel Pro7), writer/executive producer John Wirth, and executive producer James Middleton.
Part three of a behind the scenes of TSCC S02Ep03, featuring interviews with John Wirth, James Middleton and special effects supervisor Steve Gallich plus "useless knowledge", curious facts about Lena, Summer, Thomas and the series.
Hope you enjoyed those videos and feel free to leave a comment below.
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Message #1 | KevinInEngland | 18 Jan 2013, 16:39 GMT
Can anybody recollect seeing a one-on-one interview with Lena like in the 2nd clip?
Can anybody recollect seeing a one-on-one interview with Lena looking so good, like in the 2nd clip?
I don't recollect seeing a one-on-one with John Wirth for any English speaking networks?
I don't recollect seeing a one-on-one with James Middleton for any English speaking networks?
Never-the-less, they were a good find Chris, even if we couldn't understand them. The interview with Summer, on set, seems to be longer-lasting than anything I remember for English speaking networks. It actually reminded me of her speaking in the series The Cape, to Vince on a rooftop.
No doubt there were some one-on-ones that I don't recall.
Message #3 | 44sunsets | 31 Jan 2013, 10:46 GMT
I haven't seen these clips before, thanks for posting these. I love seeing those scenes from "The Mousetrap" from a different angle! And Summer, Thomas & Lena et al are so intelligent and well-spoken as always in the interviews -- they're so in-depth and analytical, it's like they're sitting for final exams