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CBR TV @ NYCC: Summer Glau on "The Human Preservation Project"


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"Firefly" and "Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles" actress Summer Glau spoke with CBR at the New York Comic Con, but not about a new television show or movie. Glau is currently involved in "The Human Preservation Project," an Alternate Reality Game (ARG) in which she plays a scientist named Natalia Suttinger. Glau speaks about her geek leanings and how she chooses roles, as well as compares her role as Natalia to some of her other genre performances. Glau also discussed the interactive nature of the ARG format as compared to the more one-sided aspect of traditional media, and sees it as a positive step for future storytelling. For more visit www.survivalcode.com.

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