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Casting TidBits: Felicia Day to Magicians; Eddie McClintock guests on MacGyver; Jesse Rath joining Supergirl
We always love it when our friends are announced to appear on new shows!
Nerdist today announced in an exclusive that Felicia Day (The Guild, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, etc.) will join the cast of The Magicians in the major role of Poppy. I won’t elaborate so as to avoid spoilers, but we’re excited about this.
Eddie McClintock posted a selfie with MacGyver actor George Eads, who plays Jack Dalton:
Stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/SpHJxzIZCQ
— Eddie McClintock (@EddieMcClintock) November 7, 2017
He didn’t elaborate on the role, but I’m sure we’ll hear soon.
Last but not least, Defiance alum Jesse Rath is joining Supergirl in the recurring role of Braniac 5, and will appear in episode 10 of the current season (we just watched episode 5), which is titled “Legion of Super-Heroes”, of which Brainiac 5 is a member – if that gives you any clue as to where the story is heading…
Calling all Warehouse agents!!! We know you like Warehouse 13…do you like semi-cooperative board games? Did you know there is a fully licensed board game in development? We need you to help get it made!
Work as one of the familiar agents, while trying to stop MacPherson from gaining power from the artifacts. But beware – one of you is actually a spy for MacPherson!
There is still a week to pledge money to help get this project to completion. Head on over to the Kickstarter page and pledge any amount. $50 will get you a copy of the game along with an exclusive Leena character!
Check out this gameplay video with Pete Lattimer himself, Eddie McClintock!
I had the fortune to chat with our friend Eddie McClintock, star of Warehouse 13, who will be making a guest appearance on Supergirl this Monday (8PM ET on CBS), and will be starring in the new USA series Shooter later this year. While drifting off on many topics, we did talk about those shows, portraying a member of the Marine Corps, working away from family, and of course, end up back at the Warehouse…
Eddie appeared last year on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as the alien Vin-Tak…and now he’s entering the other side of the comic universe with the DC Comics/CBS series Supergirl, after surprising us with the announcement last week on Twitter.
Doc: You only announced it last week…
Eddie: I had to hold off on it until it was announced. I’ve been sitting on it for a couple, three months.
Doc: You had to have filmed this a while ago…they really like to keep guest stars under wraps.
Eddie: I really learned that lesson on S.H.I.E.L.D.. When you work on S.H.I.E.L.D., when you show up to the set you don’t even say, “I’m here to work on S.H.I.E.L.D.,” you say, “I’m here to work on…” and some weird name. And S.H.I.E.L.D. isn’t even on any of the scripts.
Doc: They like to keep the surprises…on Supergirl you are playing a Marine Colonel…that must have been cool.
Eddie: It is…it’s cool to be able to…it was important for me to be able to make sure my uniform was correct. There’s a scene where I’m in my digital camos, and I wanted to roll up my sleeves because it was hot when we were shooting, so I texted some of my buddies who are in the Marines and I was like, “Where does my sleeves have to be?” and they were, “It has to be one inch above the elbow.” So I made sure that my sleeves were proper. It’s important for me to show respect for the Corps. I mean, there are worse things than to be hired to represent a member of the military. If I have a chance to talk about it, talk about the veterans and veterans organizations, I’m OK with that.
Yay! Warehouse 13 will finally get a Blu-ray release! Right now it is only being offered as a [asin=1512]Complete Series box set[/asin] of 15 discs, but individual seasons may be released at a later time.
MSRP for the set is $199.98, and [asin=1512]Amazon[/asin] is currently offering it at that price but you can be sure that price will come down closer to its release. Pre-orders will automatically reduce to the lowest price before being shipped.
It’s time to say goodbye 🙁
In the series finale of Warehouse 13, our friends fight to save the warehouse, and themselves! Take a glimpse at the action below, as they tap dance their way out of another obstacle. You can also watch best lines from episode five and a clip of Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly’s final interview.
I think I need some purple tissues…
On the next Warehouse 13, and enemy returns and continues his assault on the Warehouse. Check out this preview for “Cangku Shisi”, and watch Monday at 9/8c on Syfy! And also check out the funniest lines from last week’s episode (so many to choose from!)
On the next Warehouse 13, Pete and Artie are sucked into the world of Telenovela…check out “Savage Seduction”, the episode that the cast couldn’t stop talking about…and then also check out the best lines from last week, and tune in Monday at 9/8c on Syfy!
On the next Warehouse 13, Pete and Steve investigate a murder at a Renaissance Faire. Meanwhile, Claudia desperately attempts to revive her sister. Check out the sneak peek for “A Faire To Remember” below, along with some of the best lines from last week and a “thank you” shout out to the fans! Then watch Monday at 9/8c on Syfy!
On the next Warehouse 13, Artie attempts to show Claudia the truth about her sister. Check out “Secret Services” Monday at 9/8c on Syfy! And don’t forget to check the other bonus videos below!
The final (and short) season of Warehouse 13 starts tonight on Syfy at 9/8c…I was able to attend a press Q&A last week with stars Eddie McClintock (Pete)and Joanne Kelly (Myka) along with showrunner Jack Kenny, but before I get into that I thought I’d talk a bit about what the show has meant to me and my family.
With the recent departure of Being Human, the end of Warehouse 13 marks a bittersweet personal milestone…two shows that I’ve not only followed from the start, but also have had met with and interacted with the casts on both professional and personal levels and visited the sets, and I’ve been invested in from beginning to end at so many levels. Prior to that, in all the years of this site, I’ve never really been able to travel to the major conventions or press events. Even when Syfy started their “Digital Press Tour”, I wasn’t able to attend the first several because they typically were out in Vancouver, and I’m stuck here on the wrong coast for being involved with Hollywood TV media. Even getting to NYC can be a pain. I was supposed to go to San Diego Comic-Con a few years ago, but had to scrap plans, and now I’m not sure I even want to with how crazy it has gotten.