Tag Archives: Jasika Nicole

WEEK: December 23-29, 2013

Holiday Hiatus: Sunday, December 29th – TV.com’s Top 100 of Everything ranks Fringe‘s Walter Bishop (John Noble)’s trio of farewells to Peter (Joshua Jackson), Donald (Michael Ceveris) and Astrid (Jasika Nicole) at #21 Walter Bishop Says Goodbye. Sunday, December 29th – TV.com’s Top 100 of Everything ranks Arrow‘s Fall Finale Three Ghosts with Arrow (Stephen [...]

BLOOPERS: Gag Reel from FRINGE’s The Complete Fifth and Final Season DVD

Fringe’s Fifth and Final Season DVD/Blu-ray has this charming extra — Unusual Side Effects: Gag Reel — featuring Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, John Noble, Jasika Nicole, Georgina Haig and others losing it and laughing on set. Fringe Latino shared  the gag reel on youtube but the link could be temporary. Be sure to buy the [...]

WEEK: January 28 – February 3, 2013

Sunday, February 3rd –  The Murder is Just the Beginning. An unprecedented ad campaign for Vancouver crime drama Motive, starring Kristin Lehman and Louis Ferreira, ahead of its debut on CTV after the Superbowl. My post for Vancouver is Awesome. Friday,  February 1st- Supernatural films for a second afternoon and evening in Queensborough on Duncan Street at a riverfront [...]

FRINGE Cast’s Final Thank You to the Fans

It was so sad last Friday when the day came and went without Fringe. The show had wrapped five seasons (four of them filmed in Vancouver) the week before in an epic series finale. Then on Monday FOX shared something wonderful — this video of the Fringe cast saying one final thank you to the [...]

WEEK: January 14-20, 2013

Sunday, January 20th – The Giant is Back. Once Upon a Time promo for 2×13 Tiny & my photos of Jorge Garcia as the Giant in Steveston. Airs in three weeks on February 10th. Sunday, January 20th – Once Upon a Time airs 2×12 In the Name of the Brother featuring black-and-white Frankenstein flashbacks and the present-day [...]

SHOOT: Walter’s Window into Another World at Coal Harbour for FRINGE 5×12 Liberty – Updated

In the epic Fringe trailer for this Friday’s two-hour series finale, we catch a glimpse of Dr. Walter Bishop (John Noble)’s cracked Window into Another World circa 1985 (cracked because Walter threw something at it after he saw Observer September interrupt Walternate’s discovery of a cure for his son Peter). Everything is coming full circle [...]

BIG READ: FRINGE Wraps in Vancouver

Published December 14th, 2012 on Vancouver is Aweome After five seasons — four of them filmed in Vancouver — American TV series Fringe wrapped filming this morning at The Bridge Studios. Almost all of its fifth and final season takes place in the dystopian future of 2036 with our amber-preserved Fringe family leading the resistance [...]

WEEK: December 3-9, 2012

Friday, December 7th – Fringe‘s eighth episode of its final season featured Peter Bishop vs Captain Windmark with Peter anticipating and redirecting Windmark’s movements plus a pivotal POlivia scene on the Vancouver Art Galley roof looking down on Windmark walking through the rainy plaza. Friday, December 7th – Fringe films its final episode in studio and at a house [...]

SHOOT: FRINGE Films in NYC Taxi in Downtown Vancouver for Ep. 5×09

As streets began flooding in the real Manhattan yesterday morning and the east coast braced for Hurricane Sandy’s full impact, Fringe filmed scenes in a NYC taxicab in cloudy, wet Vancouver dressed as Manhattan under Observer Occupation in 2036. It sure put our rain in perspective. I didn’t find the set until close to lunchtime and not long after Fringe [...]

IN MEMORIUM: FRINGE’s Etta

Kidnapped as a child during Observageddon, Etta reunited with her amber-preserved parents, Peter and Olivia, and grandfather Walter in 2036. We had but a mere handful of episodes to get to know grownup Etta ( Georgina Haig) before she was killed by Captain Windmark last night in a shocker ending, filmed inside east Vancouver”s Terminal City Ironworks compound in early September. [...]

SHOOT: FRINGE at Britannia Heritage Shipyard Park in Steveston for 5×09 – Updated

Fringe spent the day filming two boats — a Loyalist zodiac and [a small dinghy] — arriving and departing from a dock at the Britannia Heritage Shipyard, but not without incident. Simulated gunfire, stunt doubles and stunt mats suggest something went down out there. We couldn’t see much of  the action from a grassy area north of [...]