Posts Tagged ‘Fringe’

Fringe Finale Poster

Fringe: Alternative Title Sequence


Fringe may no longer be on our TV Screens, but that doesn’t mean we have to stop writing about one of our favourite shows.

It seems we’re not the only one who still think about this show. This sequence was created by Kyle Stewart as part of a project. I have to say, I like it. I like it a lot actually.

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Almost Human: J. H. Wyman interview


Eric Goldman from IGN spoke to J. H. Wyman recently about Almost Human. He asked him how the idea came about and what other connections it could have to Fringe both behind and in front of the camera.

Having just wrapped up five years on Fringe as a writer, executive producer and showrunner, J.H. Wyman went straight to work on his new project, Almost Human.


Fringe: Season 6 – A Follow up


When I wrote my original fringe: season 6? article, little did I know it was going to get as much attention as it did. I mean over 62,000 Views in 8 months is quite astounding.

The article is still active with comments being left on it on a regular basis. I think we’re up to a hundred right now, but I can’t be sure without checking. The general consensus is that people want a sixth season. Alas, I doubt it’s going to happen.


The Vancity Filming Podcast – Episode 3


The third instalment of the Vancity Filming Podcast is now available on iTunes. If you haven’t done so already, you should go subscribe now!

We’ve decided that we’re going to try and do a WEEKLY podcast for you guys from now on, so hopefully that will work out. We’re planning on recording the episodes on a Saturday or Sunday and getting it out on the Monday. If all goes to plan.

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Competition: Fringe – The Zodiac Paradox


We’re running a competition for a brand new Fringe book called The Zodiac Paradox. Written by Christ Faust, the book looks at Walter’s past working with William Bell, discovering Cortexiphan, and studying the Alternate Universe.

Fringe – The Zodiac Paradox
In 1974, University students Walter Bishop and William Bell test an exotic chemical compound, attempting to link their subconscious minds. The result is beyond all expectations—a rip in space, opening the way between two universes. Through the rift comes a menace unlike any our world has ever imagined, and it falls to Bishop, Bell, and their ally Nina Sharp to stop him.


Fringe: A Farewell to Fringe


The final season of Fringe was released on DVD and Blu-Ray yesterday. One of the extras is the following video.

A Farewell to Fringe is a twenty one minute featurette that includes comments from John Noble, Jasika Nicole, J. J. Abrams, Anna Torv, Joel Wyman and of course Joshua Jackson.

Anna Torv

Fringe: Anna and Josh


Now that Fringe has finished, I think it’s safe to say that Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson didn’t really get along.

Get along might not be the best choice of words actually. They are both professional actors and were paid to do a job together. They did that job extremely well together on camera.

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Arrow: Willa Holland and Colton Haynes


Arrow were filming scenes with Willa Holland (Thea Queen) and Colton Haynes (Roy Harper) on Wednesday underneath a bridge at the 1400 Block of Granville.

Things have certainly moved on from when Roy stole Thea’s handbag on a previous shoot. He actually saves Thea from getting stabbed in this episode, which is episode sixteen, “Dead to rights”. In the process he gets stabbed himself.