In a TV Land panel hosted by Michael Ian Black, audience members were introduced to a brand new show called Impastor starring Michael Rosenbaum and Sara Rue. Apparently, the show is “like Madmen, but better” according to Black. Check out the video below to hear what the show is about, what it was like for Rue to transition to a single-camera method and how this comedy differs from other comedies. Continue reading
Composer Blake Neely recently chatted with The Daily Quirk at San Diego Comic-Con just after the Musical Anatomy of a Superhero panel. Watch the video below as he discusses working on CBS’ new superhero show Supergirl, what he thinks about the new television trend of having no title theme and how long it typically takes him to compose music for each episode. Continue reading
Composer Tom Holkenborg A.K.A. Junkie XL chatted with The Daily Quirk at San Diego Comic-Con just after the Musical Anatomy of a Superhero panel. Watch the video below as he discusses how he goes about creating a score, how involved he is throughout the process of putting music together and his experience creating the incredible sounds for Mad Max: Fury Road.
Composer Christophe Beck chatted with The Daily Quirk at San Diego Comic-Con just after the Musical Anatomy of a Superhero panel. Watch the video below as he discusses what it’s like working with Marvel for Ant-Man, whether or not he’ll work with them again and his experience while composing for Buffy The Vampire Slayer! Continue reading
Composer Marco Beltrami chatted with The Daily Quirk at San Diego Comic-Con just after the Musical Anatomy of a Superhero panel. Watch the video below as he discusses what it was like working with Marvel, creating music for Fantastic Four and what he had to do while composing World War Z. Continue reading
As a one-man show, Michael Ian Black came out to host his very own panel featuring his brand new comedy The Jim Gaffigan Show during San Diego Comic-Con. Check out the video below to hear how this comedy got onto TV Land, who he plays in the show and which other characters will we be seeing! (Some familiar names along the way!) Continue reading
As you may (or may not) have noticed, there was no new Fashion Friday video due to the fact I was in San Diego to cover Comic Con for The Daily Quirk. Let me just say, IT DID NOT DISAPPOINT. If you followed it all through Instagram and snapchat, huge thanks to you! If not, my socials are below for when I head there NEXT YEAR! I’ll let you know when the interviews are finally up. Now let me sit and deal with my SDCC Withdrawals. TA-TA! Continue reading
It’s not everyday you’re approached to become a secret agent. Wouldn’t we all want to be one? Secret gadgets and the works. Kingsman: The Secret Service might change your mind if you said no. Continue reading
We’ve seen video games adapted into movies plenty of times and vise versa. Hitman: Agent 47 is one to add to the list. The stars of the movie, Zachary Quinto who plays John Smith and Hannah Ware who plays Katia van Dees, sat down during a press conference during San Diego Comic Con to discuss this highly anticipated action flick. Unfortunately, Agent 47 (Rupert Friend) himself was no where to be found due to filming Homeland in South Africa. Continue reading
Feeling excited about season 2 of Helix? So is star Neil Napier, who chatted with The Daily Quirk at San Diego Comic Con. While he couldn’t spoil much about the new season other than the fact that it will not be set in the arctic (we figured as much after the season finale), he was still able to discuss his highlights from Season 1 and what it’s like to live-tweet with fans. Check out the video below for the full interview. Continue reading
The second season of Syfy’s hit series Helix is expected to be even more horror-filled and suspenseful than Season 1, and Ronald Moore was on hand at San Diego Comic-Con to tease just what fans can expect to see when the new season airs. In the video below, Moore discusses what it takes to keep a show fresh and interesting, what characters will be back in Season 2 and what the future looks like for Helix.
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The Daily Quirk caught up with Dominion star, Kim Engelbrecht, at San Diego Comic-Con and we’re bringing you the inside info. In the sitdown interview, Engelbrecht chatted about what it’s like to play Sgt. Noma Walker, a soldier with a lot of heart. Watch the interview video below for more on Noma, whether or not Engelbrecht does her own stunts, what it’s like to film in her native South Africa and the possibility of angels being real. Continue reading
Creator of Dominion, Vaun Wilmott, sat down with The Daily Quirk at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con and we’re bringing you the inside info. Wilmott was eager to hint at what direction the series will be taking in the upcoming second season and discussed what it is that he thinks draws the audience to the series other than the “badass angels.” As for his goal for his version of a post-apocolyptic world, he highlights why it was he wanted to create something not as bleak as what audiences might be used to. Watch the interview below for more on casting choices, impending character deaths and more! Continue reading
Let’s Be Cops is not a cop comedy. Its stars, Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson, do not play cop characters. And that’s where the comedy comes in.
At San Diego Comic-Con, some of the film’s stars including Wayans Jr., Nina Dobrev, Rob Riggle and Keegan-Michael Key sat for a press conference to talk about the comedy before its release on August 13. Continue reading