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This list is courtesy of Joe Mallozzi, who has moved to Toronto for the production season to write and executive produce the new television series The Transporter:

Three links to three different Stargate-related interviews for you to check out, compliments of Steve Eramo over at SciFiandTVTalk:

A chat with Alexis Cruz: http://scifiandtvtalk.typepad.com/scifiandtvtalk/2011/04/sci-fi-blast-from-the-past-alexis-cruz-stargate-sg-1.html

An interview with Kavan Smith: http://scifiandtvtalk.typepad.com/scifiandtvtalk/2011/04/stargate-atlantis-eurekas-kavan-smith-wants-to-hear-from-you.html

And a sit-down with the lovely Carl Binder: http://scifiandtvtalk.typepad.com/scifiandtvtalk/2011/03/stargate-universe-writers-room-carl-binder.html





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campylobacter
Apr. 8th, 2011 07:08 pm (UTC)
ALEXIS CRUZ: Richard and Michael slipped right into their respective roles. It was a little uncanny in Michael’s case because he looked so much like James Spader. [....] I’m happy to say we all got along very well. I remember Richard and I met on the first day of filming and he said a really complimentary thing to me, which was, ‘It’s an honour to have you here and to be working with you.’ I was blown away. I wasn’t expecting that, especially coming from an actor of Richard’s calibre. It made me feel even more relaxed and really helped set the tone for the entire shoot.
Awww, such a wonderful interview!
campylobacter
Apr. 8th, 2011 07:26 pm (UTC)
CARL BINDER: In some ways Atlantis was more fun because you could joke around. You could have the smartass comments or give Sheppard those quirky little lines. Sometimes I’m in the middle of writing an SGU script and think, ‘Hmm, this could be a funny line.’ More than once I’ve given Eli a little quip and then thought, ‘Wait a second. In reality, he would not make a joke in this moment because it’s far too serious.’ SGU has kind of a darker feel to it and it’s a whole different entity.

Poor Carl! He really grew as a writer in SGA, after overcoming the rather mediocre teleplay for his only SG-1 script "Demons".
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