Last night, Afterbuzz TV live-streamed their one-hour video review of episode 2×03. They had showrunner Vaun Wilmott with them in the studio to add his comments and insights. If you missed it, you can now watch the video on YouTube.
Hank from TV Fanatic interviewed Vaun Wilmott yesterday and asked him a number of questions that fans submitted via Twitter. Below, you can listen to Vaun responding to all the things the fans wanted to know. We can promise there are some really interesting tidbits in there!
For a more in-deptch interview with Vaun on season 2 of the show, check the TV Fanatic website.
Syfy UK held a Periscope chat with Roxanne McKee, Tom Wisdom, Shivani Ghai and Anthony Head today where fans had about 15 minutes to ask questions and have them answered by the cast.
The chat will be up on the Periscope website for the next 24 hours (until approx. July 14, 12pm ET), so you can now catch up if you missed it. It’s also up on YouTube if you can’t see it on the Periscope website.
Agents of Geek recently had the pleasure of speaking with composer Bill Brown, whom has scored everything from television, movies and video games. Some of his past credits include “CSI: NY”, “The Devil’s Tomb”, “Captain America: Super Soldier” and “The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction” to name a few. Brown is now leading his musical expertise to the highly anticipated new season of “Dominion” premiering on SyFy, July 9 at 10/9C.
My source of inspiration can change daily, for example Owen Jones might have written an informative and rallying article one day, and the next I hear a joke and it ignites a tone of thought, I find satire to be an inspirational medium, it reminds you to take a second glance at the world around. Sometimes, I’ll listen to a piece of music, and the words take on a new meaning, or friends offer insight in a way I hadn’t expected. I think inspiration is everywhere, you just have to stop and think.
Last week actress Kim Engelbrecht received praise for her role in the first episode of American apocalyptic television series Dominion, starring a number of South African actors, such as the likes of Ty Keogh and Carl Beukes. Carl who also impressed many South Africans within the first scenes of the episode managed to have a chat with us as he discusses his first audition for Dominion and how it’s been like working with the likes of Kim Engelbrecht.
The Daily Quirk had the opportunity to talk to Wilmott to hear what he had to say to his fans, what can we expect to happen to some of our favorite characters next season and whether or not we’ll finally see beyond the walls of Vega.
A young and rising British star, Roxanne McKee landed the role of Doreah in the blockbuster HBO series Games of Thrones. She now sits upon her own throne as Princess Claire Riesen on the Syfy series hit about angels, Dominion. Roxanne sheds some light on her role as she makes way for the second season of survival against a host of heavenly foes.
Dominion star Roxanne McKee: “Dominion really examines the darkness of humans”
Over the past decade, there’s been a strong shift in US television to include not only movie actors and actresses but those from different countries around the world. No longer is it dominated by familiar American faces but also the best of the UK, Australia and beyond. Hugh Laurie in House, Andrew Lincoln in The Walking Dead and Jonny Lee Miller in Elementary to name a few, it’s great to see these talents taken to the hearts of worldwide audiences. SyFy’s new supernatural action series Dominion certainly takes this approach with its cast – Christopher Egan formerly of Home and Away, everyone’s favourite ex-librarian Tony Head, and Alan Dale – forever known to a generation as Jim Robinson out of Neighbours – the man that seems to have appeared in every US TV show of the noughties.
We had the chance to talk to one of the most popular up and coming homegrown stars we have in Roxanne McKee, well known for playing Louise Summers in Hollyoaks and more recently Doreah in Game of Thrones. Roxanne takes the role of Claire Riesen in Dominion, daughter of General Edward Riesen, the Lord Of The City and a man of much power. Claire is a teacher, caught in the middle of political struggle, constantly fighting to live by her own beliefs while surrounded by the influence of others. As heir to the throne, Claire’s destiny may be far beyond her control.
SciFi Now UK spoke with Dominion’s Roxanne McKee. Interview excerpt is below. Dominion will premiere in the UK on Thursday October 30 on SyFy at 10 pm. We will be tweeting along with cast and fans during the UK premiere.
Interview source: SciFi Now
With a second season already in the bag, Syfy’s show Dominion (based on the film Legion by Scott Stewart) has been a huge hit in the US. Now, we’re finally getting to see it here in the UK.
It’s set in a postapocalyptic future in which humanity’s last survivors are at war with angels (yep, angels) who want to wipe them out once and for all. Roxanne McKee (Game Of Thrones) plays Claire Riesen, the daughter of Vega’s ruling Senator (Alan Dale) and next in line for the throne. She’s had a privileged upbringing, but her love for Alex (Christopher Egan) could change everything…
SciFiNow spoke to McKee about why she was drawn to the character, what gives Dominion its edge, and what she wants to see in Season 2. Continue reading