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 Katee Sackhoff On The Hour
Posted by SackFanatic - 03-13-08 18:11 - 0 comments
Hey there,

Thought you guys would be interested in a Katee Sackhoff interview, it airs tonight, Thursday March 13th, 11pm, on CBC.

here's the link
http://www.cbc.ca/thehour/video.php?id=2030

thanks!
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 On The Next Slice Of Scifi Show #083 On November 1
Posted by Mick - 11-12-06 09:51 - 0 comments
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Source: Slice of SciFi

We are pleased to announce that Katie Sackhoff (Starbuck) will be our special guest on the next Slice of SciFi Show. Katie will be onboard to talk about…what else? You betcha..Battlestar Galactica and the sullen twist that has overtaken her character Starbuck so far in season 3. Will Starbuck snap-to and get her life in order, or will she slump deeper into despair, drink and self-destuction? Tune in to our show this Wednesday, November 15, 2006 to find out. We will also see if we can’t get her to talk about her role in “White Noise 2: The Light” with Serenity’s Nathan Fillion and the serious big-screen notice she is already getting for her performance in “The Last Sentinel” due out in 2007.

Here is what else you can look forward to on the program:

In the News - There is a new scifi mag available from SCI FI Studios and this one will be unique because fans will have some input on the stories printed. UK scientists have taken stem-cell research and cell cloning to new bovine heights and Microsoft Xbox 360 gets into the internet movie download business.

In Movie Talk - Clive Barker does some more Hellraising while War Games 2 gets going with its cast in place.

On TV Talk - Tobin Bell puts away the saw for a professor’s frock and takes on a bunch of female aliens preying on young horny college boys.

Our trip Into the Future gives us a glimpse at Uwe Boll’s motto - “Never Give Up, Never Surrender.” Yep, you guessed it, “BloodRayne 2″ will be foisted on us, whether we want it or not.

For this and much more visit the Slice of SciFi website, download via any podcatcher or listen to our shows on XM Satellite Radio’s Channel 163.
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 Sackhoff Screams In Noise 2
Posted by Mick - 11-7-06 09:43 - 0 comments
Sackhoff Screams In Noise 2

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Source: SciFi Wire

Katee Sackhoff (SCI FI Channel's Battlestar Galactica) told SCI FI Wire that she signed on for the upcoming supernatural horror film White Noise 2: The Light because it presented a chance to play a character as far removed from her day job as ace fighter pilot Starbuck as possible. In the film, Sackhoff plays a nurse named Sherry, whose life is saved by a man (Serenity's Nathan Fillion), who, having cheated death himself after his family is murdered, helps those about to die.

"I don't think she is anything like Starbuck, and people are going to see a different side of me," Sackhoff said in an interview, laughing as she described her character as close to a damsel in distress. "We were shooting this scene in a parking garage, where Nathan's character, Abe, saves me. I was getting attacked by a mugger, basically, and I'm getting pulled into this van. And I was like, 'This is so weird to me. If this was Battlestar Galactica, I would just drop-kick him. I'm having a really hard time doing the whole damsel-in-distress, screaming thing.' But, obviously, I figured it out, because, by the end, I couldn't talk. My voice was gone. So I figured out that screaming thing."

White Noise 2 is the sequel to the 2005 original, about a man who begins to hear and see images of the dead in the static of electronic devices. The sequel is "a great story," Sackhoff said. "It's all about death's design and when it's your time to go and what you have to do rectify the situation when you get saved. It's very interesting. I haven't seen it yet, but I've heard great things about it, and I'm just really, really excited to see it. I can say that if it's as good as it was when I did the [dialogue looping] for it, it's going to be pretty good." White Noise 2: The Light will be released in early 2007. —Ian Spelling
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 Sackhoff Shoots, Scores In Sentinel
Posted by Mick - 11-7-06 09:40 - 0 comments
Sackhoff Shoots, Scores In Sentinel

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Source: SciFi Wire

Battlestar Galactica star Katee Sackhoff told SCI FI Wire that she signed on for her latest film, the upcoming SF-action film The Last Sentinel, because it was a fast, down and dirty shoot, as well as an opportunity to perform many of her own stunts. "The Last Sentinel is a small independent film that I got excited about because Jesse Johnson is the director," Sackhoff said in an interview. "He's a second-time director, and he's a stunt coordinator with a huge list of big-box-office action films on his resume. And it was basically a film where I got to do a lot of my own stunts and a knife fight and got to spend a couple of weeks in the desert freezing my butt off."

The Last Sentinel also stars Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Stephen Bauer, Keith David, Bokeem Woodbine and Nils Allen Stewart. Sackhoff said that the movie is not far removed from Battlestar Galactica. "In an apocalyptic society, the human race is being wiped out by robots, like droids," she said. "And there's a resistance. My character is part of the resistance. But the character is different from Kara Thrace. Kara Thrace knows how to do everything, and she does everything, and this is a character who's not as capable. She didn't choose to go into the military. She felt if she was going to survive, she didn't have a choice. Since she doesn't really know what she's doing, she's just kind of flying by the seat of her pants and hoping that she doesn't die, which was kind of fun to play."

Sackhoff added: "It was fun. It was fun to do a little independent film and have to be there every day. It definitely knocks you back down a peg or two and reminds you of what it was like when you first started in this business. People weren't running around and trying to accommodate you. So it was pretty interesting. I had a great time."

Sackhoff said that she particularly enjoyed the fighting scenes. "We went through so much ammunition on this job that I was blown away," she said. "I constantly had a machine gun in my hands, and that's the stuff that I love to do. My agent-manager is like, 'OK, we need to find you a nice little romantic comedy where no one dies, you're not covered in blood the entire time, you're not dirty, and you have no guns.' I said, 'OK, that sounds good to me.'" The Last Sentinel is in post-production, with an eye toward a 2007 release. —Ian Spelling
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 Battlestar Seminar In Nyc
Posted by jschnei - 05-17-06 19:11 - 0 comments
For updates, go here: http://www.mtr.org/events/ny-seminars.htm

Holy Frak!
Battlestar Galactica at MT&R
Friday, June 2, 2006
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

A radical reimagining of ABC's 1970s show of the same name, the Sci Fi Channel's Battlestar Galactica has wowed critics and fans alike with sophisticated social commentary, nuanced character drama, and rip-roaring action. Even the Peabody Award judges were impressed, citing the series for revitalizing sci-fi television "with its parallax considerations of politics, religion, sex, and even what it means to be 'human.'"

The Museum will screen an episode of the series, followed by Q&A with the cast and creative team.

In Person:
David Eick, Executive Producer
Ronald D. Moore, Executive Producer/Head Writer
Cast members to be announced.

Tickets are on sale to Members May 14.
(On sale to general public May 21.)

Tickets: $15 ($12 for individual Museum Members). $7 for students with valid ID.

In Person: Purchase tickets in the Museum lobby Tuesdays to Sundays from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. and until 8:00 p.m. on Thursdays.
By Phone: Call 212.621.6600 from 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.
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