The Daily Quirk recently got the chance to sit down with John Kim of the new TNT series The Librarians at a New York Comic-Con roundtable and we’re bringing you the inside info. The Melbourne native shared insight on what his experience was like as a new face on the acting front filming the drama alongside actors such as John Larroquette and Rebecca Romijn and playing the character Ezekiel, whose bad-boy personality is greatly different from his own. Check out the video below to get the full scoop!
The Daily Quirk sat down with Lindy Booth, star of TNT’s latest hit show The Librarians, at New York Comic-Con and we’re bringing you the inside info! In the interview, Booth discusses her character Cassandra, the clashing of characters in the show’s first few episodes, what it’s like to take on action sequences as the self proclaimed “least physical person on the set” and synesthesia. Have no idea what synesthesia is? Check out the video below – Booth explains it way better than we could!
Terry Matalas, Executive Producer of the television reboot of 12 Monkeys, sat down with The Daily Quirk at New York Comic-Con to talk about the new SyFy show and we’re bringing you the inside info! To learn all about what drew him into producing the show, what it’s like working with his college roommate-turned-fellow producer Travis Fickett and why time travel gets him all worked up, press play on the video below!
The Daily Quirk had the chance to sit down 12 Monkeys showrunner Natalie Chaidez as she discussed SyFy’s newest show, based on the 1995 cult-classic film, and we’re bringing you the inside info! Watch the video below to find out how it’s been “wonderful” adapting the story for television, as well as what it’s like for Chaidez being a female showrunner and how it gives her a unique perspective on the science fiction genre! Continue reading
Travis Fickett’s job is, in his words, “daunting, exhilarating and exhausting.” When The Daily Quirk sat down with the Executive Producer of SyFy’s 12 Monkeys at New York Comic-Con, he talked about what makes his job so awesome, which actors surprised him most on set and what gets his geeky heart aflutter. For the full scoop, check out the video below!
Angélica Celaya doesn’t want to play the victim, and her character Mary “Zed” Martin in NBC’s new drama Constantine is anything but that. Based on the DC comic book series, Constantine follows John Constantine (Matt Ryan) who has already been condemned to hell but continues to fight the forces of evil to protect the innocent. In the comics, Zed is an artist and former lover of Constantine’s. Continue reading
Writer and director David S. Goyer is no stranger to the DC comic book world after having worked in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy and 2013’s Man of Steel. Now, Goyer is adding to his already impressive résumé of adaptations by executive producing and writing the new NBC drama Constantine. Goyer shared details about the series with The Daily Quirk at a roundtable interview at New York Comic-Con. Continue reading
At New York Comic-Con, The Daily Quirk sat down at a roundtable with Emily Hampshire, who plays Jennifer Goines in Syfy’s 12 Monkeys. In a very animated interview, she shared where she drew her original inspiration from when auditioning for her new role, and discussed the similarities and differences between the show and the movie version of 12 Monkeys, in which her character was originally a man played by Brad Pitt. “It’s completely new and completely the same in this weird way,” Hampshire described. Hampshire also admitted she was not always into the sci-fi genre. Now however, she has embraced her new love for everything sci-fi and time travel, and is on her way to becoming a DeLorean (Back to the Future lover). For all of that and more, check out the video below!
Matt Ryan, star of the new NBC drama Constantine, sat down with The Daily Quirk at a New York Comic-Con roundtable to give us the scoop on his new show! Ryan plays John Constantine from the beloved DC comic book series Hellblazer. Though his soul is already damned to hell, Constantine fights the forces of evil to protect the innocent. Continue reading
TNT is taking its popular TV movie franchise The Librarian and turning it into a 10-episode TV series this winter. The Librarians’ star Rebecca Romijn sat down with The Daily Quirk for a roundtable interview at New York Comic-Con to give us the scoop on her new show. Continue reading
Almost every show’s central character needs a close confidant and the same is true for The Following. Shawn Ashmore plays Agent Mike Weston, who is never too far from Ryan Hardy, played by Kevin Bacon. The last two seasons we’ve seen Ashmore’s character go down a grim path at Hardy’s side, but what would you expect with a dark show like The Following? The Daily Quirk sat down to chat with Ashmore at New York Comic-Con where he told us what will happen to his and Max’s relationship since they finally gave the audience what they’ve been waiting for, what’s it like working with the new writers and small tidbits about his twin brother! Check out the video below.
The Daily Quirk had the pleasure of sitting down with Kevin Bacon at a New York Comic-Con roundtable, where Bacon discussed the upcoming season of The Following, what’s in store for Ryan Hardy’s story arc (including how things get dark – quickly) and his initial hesitations about becoming a television actor. Watch the video below for the inside scoop, and be sure to watch The Following when it returns for Season 3 in early 2015!
Fans of the made-for-TV movie series The Librarian, rejoice! A television series is coming to your screen co-starring Noah Wyle and featuring an amazing cast including Christian Kane. In the new show, The Librarians, Kane plays Jack Stone, who is not necessarily a librarian but is next in line to become one. The former Leverage star sat down with The Daily Quirk and gave us the scoop about this upcoming show during a roundtable at New York Comic-Con. Wondering what he talked about? Here are a few highlights you might want to listen in on in the video below:
- Kane is known to bring in his own personal skills into his characters. This stays true with Jack Stone. We even get to hear him sing! Maybe not this season, but it’s coming!
- He has lots of love for the city of Portland. With shows such as Grimm and Portlandia, why wouldn’t you?
- He mentions some guest stars who will appear on The Librarians and how he recorded a song for someone. Pretty cool, right?
- Fans of King & Maxwell can be happy to know that the former TV siblings, Kane and Rebecca Romijn, are back together. They’re just not siblings. But, he will be playing Romijn’s sidekick!
There’s all of this and more during the discussion in the video below. Make sure to tune into The Librarians series premiere December 7 on TNT (Fun fact: It’ll be airing on the exact date of the movie’s ten year anniversary)!