10 New Fringe Behind The Scenes Videos and Interviews

      Email Post       8/30/2008 01:36:00 AM      

  1. "How the show was cast" featuers interviews from: * J.J. Abrams -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer * Alex Graves -- Director / Exec. Prod. (pilot) * Alex Kurtzman -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer

  2. "B-ROLL" features behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the Fringe pilot episode.

  3. "How I prepared for my role" features interviews from: John Noble -- "Walter Bishop" * Blair Brown -- "Nina Sharp" * Kirk Acevedo -- "Charlie Francis"

  4. "How FRINGE was created" features interviews from: * J.J. Abrams -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer * Alex Kurtzman -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer * Roberto Orci -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer

  5. "Graphics" features animated Glyphs graphics.

  6. "About the car chase" features interviews from: * Alex Graves -- Director / Exec. Prod. (pilot) * Mark Valley -- "John Scott" Plus, behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the Fringe pilot episode.

  7. "About The Script" features interviews from * J.J. Abrams -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer * Roberto Orci -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer * Alex Kurtzman -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer * Joshua Jackson -- "Peter Bishop" * John Noble -- "Walter Bishop"

  8. "About My Character" features interviews from: * Anna Torv -- "Olivia Dunham" * Joshua Jackson -- "Peter Bishop" * John Noble -- "Walter Bishop" * Lance Reddick -- "Phillip Broyles" * Blair Brown -- "Nina Sharp" * Jasika Nicole - "Astrid Farnsworth" * Kirk Acevedo -- "Charlie Francis"

  9. "About the foot chase" features interviews from: * Alex Graves -- Director / Exec. Prod. (pilot) * Joshua Jackson -- "Peter Bishop" * Anna Torv -- "Olivia Dunham" Plus, behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the Fringe pilot episode.

  10. "About FRINGE" features interviews from: * J.J. Abrams -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer * Alex Kurtzman -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer * Roberto Orci -- Co-Creator / Exec. Prod. / Writer * Joshua Jackson -- "Peter Bishop" * Anna Torv -- "Olivia Dunham" * Lance Reddick -- "Phillip Broyles" * Blair Brown -- "Nina Sharp"

Fringe Behind the Scenes Footage and Interviews

      Email Post       8/29/2008 06:36:00 PM      

Fox Television has released 3 videos featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the Fringe pilot episode, and interviews with Alex Graves, Mark Valley, Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv.

  1. B-ROLL: features behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the Fringe pilot episode.

  2. About the car chase: features interviews from: * Alex Graves -- Director / Exec. Prod. (pilot) * Mark Valley -- "John Scott"

  3. About the foot chase: features interviews from: * Alex Graves -- Director / Exec. Prod. (pilot) * Joshua Jackson -- "Peter Bishop" * Anna Torv -- "Olivia Dunham"

Kurtzman and Orci on LIFE AFTER FILM SCHOOL

      Email Post       8/29/2008 02:12:00 PM      

This Sunday, August 31 at 7:30pm ET (4:30pm PT) Fox Movie Channel will feature Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci on their half-hour series, Life After Film School. The Fringe Co-Creators, Writers and Executive Producers will be interviewed by aspiring student filmmakers Codie Elaine Brooks, Katie Lovejoy and Oren Peleg.

Kurtzman and Orci discuss how their partnership grew out of a college creative writing class. Kurtzman brought Orci onboard the writing staff of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys where they eventually became show runners. Their collaboration with J.J. Abrams began writing and producing on Alias, the feature film Mission Impossible III and continues on the new Fox series Fringe, debuting September 9.


“Alex and Roberto reveal to our film students how writing spec scripts got them to the next level in television,” commented Adam Lewinson, VP of Programming. “They share the secrets of their success as a writing and producing team who have proven to be hugely successful while working on multiple projects simultaneously.”
That's how the press release bills the show. However, what the press release doesn't say is that a good third of the program is devoted soley to a Q&A on Fringe. Having seen it, it's a must see for Fringe fans, and I'd further recommend it to--fans of Transformers, Mission Impossible III, Star Trek, etc--anyone who has ever seen the names Kurtzman and Orci a second, third and fourth time, and wondered, who are these guys and why are they writing all my favorite stuff?

Is Joshua Jackson the next George Clooney?

      Email Post       8/29/2008 01:50:00 PM      

That's the burning question around these here parts. We raise it yet again because of what Debbie Chang had to say upon meeting Josh:

"Oh yeah, I did talk to Joshua Jackson as well. You know, even though, I am ostensibly a professional writer, I couldn't shake my fangirl-ness around him. He looks a lot taller and less round-cheeked in person." -- Debbie Chang, BuddyTV
For some reason we can't quite put our finger on, Debbie's description of Josh really piques our interest. There's just something curious about it. Something telling? Like she's trying to communicate something more. Maybe even something like: Joshua Jackson IS the next George Clooney?

Sci Fi Wire on the Set of Fringe with Joshua Jackson

      Email Post       8/29/2008 12:56:00 PM      

Sci Fi Wire on the set of Fringe interviews Joshua Jackson who gets a bit spoilerish with his answers.

Click here to read the edited, spoiler-free version of the article.
Fringe's Jackson Spills All

When we last saw Joshua Jackson on regular series television, he was resigned to staying in Capeside forever, even though Joey decided to choose him over Dawson.

That was more than five years ago, in the finale to the sixth season of Jackson's breakthrough series, Dawson's Creek.

But hold on to your rowboat: Pacey's back.

"I think he's finally going to leave the Creek after this season," said J.J. Abrams. "Really, all I love to do is make Pacey jokes."

Jackson is a regular on Abrams' upcoming Fox SF series Fringe, and he tells SCI FI Wire that it took Abrams to lure him back to the grind of an hourlong drama.

"It was something I have been hesitant about for the last five years, since Dawson's Creek ended," Jackson said in an exclusive interview on the show's set in New York on Aug. 26. "And, you know, the time commitment and the being-in-one-place of it all is a massive life shift, and I had a really great five years of not being on TV. But I don't know, the stars sort of aligned for this, and J.J.'s a great guy."

Jackson added: "Beyond the lifestyle choices of working on a television show, the thing that had kept me from doing TV was knowing how hard it is to tell good shows, good stories, over a long period of time. And he ... and his group--he works with the same people over and over again--have a track record of being able to do that. And that was the thing that sort of tipped it to the other side for me."

Jackson spoke during a break in shooting on Fringe, in which he plays Peter Bishop, the smart but damaged son of brilliant but eccentric scientist Walter Bishop (John Noble). Peter finds himself reunited with his estranged father at the urging of FBI agent Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv) as they investigate strange cases on the "fringe of science": cases that hint at a nefarious conspiracy underlying strange phenomena across the globe.

Below is an excerpt of SCI FI Wire's interview in which he discusses his character--and why he made a trip to the emergency room.

Tell me about your character, Peter.

Jackson: Yeah, well, ... Peter is just sort of discovering he's part of this world right now. Because when he's initially brought in, in the pilot, it's completely against his will, and he's only brought in because Olivia needs him to serve a function and get access to my father. But then, like anybody who's got a bit of curiosity, he sees this wild world and the access that he has through being a part of this world, and it sort of draws him in.

The character sort of functions in a couple of different ways, in addition to the father-son dynamic. On the one hand, you're sort of the voice of skepticism, on the other hand you're sort of interpreting what Walter's saying. And then you're like the Greek chorus that gets to make jokes.

Jackson: A little bit, yeah. ... I think the Greek chorus, the peanut gallery and the skeptic part come together. Because the person who stands one step removed is usually the one who is most capable of pooh-poohing. But just as an archetype, every show like this--every show, period--needs to have somebody who sort of stands at a remove and says, "Doesn't anybody else think this is ridiculous?" And Olivia is a sort of very straight ahead, trying to fix things. She's just a very hard-nosed, go, go, go type of girl. So that's great. I get that character who gets to sort of release the tension every once in a while.

Co-creator Roberto Orci said that, for him, the show is about the family you choose.

Jackson: The family you choose, and then-- ... I don't believe in fate--but people whose paths you're fated to cross. ... There's obviously [a] broken dynamic between me and my father. But then you throw this Olivia character into the mix here, and we become this sort of dysfunctional family unit by necessity. But you throw people in high-pressure situations like this, and they just sort of naturally come together and bond. ... If you take it off the television and put it in real life, that's how you get to know people, seeing them in action.

Tell me about some of the crazier stuff you've had to do so far.

[spoilers removed]

Can you talk about working with Anna and John?

Jackson: Yeah, she is terrific. J.J. has this, I don't know, like, uncanny knack for casting women. It's crazy. And ... they're two Aussies, but they're both sort of dedicated, lovely people, which is why I say the drama all stays on camera. There is so far--and I don't see why it would change--this feeling of "Well, we're all here, and we're in it, and we're doing it together, and we take our jobs just seriously enough that everybody shows up ready to work, but not so seriously that it's, you know, the end of the world if something goes wrong."

[spoiler removed]

John told me he actually gets to milk the cow.

Jackson: He did milk the cow. I enjoyed the fruits of his labors. I did not actually milk the cow myself.

Anything else about Fringe?

Jackson: Fringe, it's the hardest show on TV to talk about.

...or read the full, unedited article at Fringe Spoilers.

Jasika Nicole Online

      Email Post       8/29/2008 11:17:00 AM      

Jasika Nicole (Astrid Farnsworth) wasn't on the Fringe panel at Comic-Con, but in an interview posted today on MTV's Splash Page, Jasika reveals a few talents that suggest she would have felt right at home in a room full of geeks.

‘Fringe’ Star Jasika Nicole Does Online ‘Magic’ For Autobiographical Comic

Jasika Nicole does it. Amber Benson does it. And Jasika Nicole from the new J.J. Abrams television show “Fringe” does it — online. (They’re all actresses who write comics.)

“I like to write and I’m an illustrator and I have a blog,” Nicole said, “and I thought, ‘Maybe this is the link to put it all together.’”

Nicole’s autobiographical comic “High Yella Magic” can be found here, for now, until she re-does her website. She almost signed with a publisher once, but decided to stay independent after the publisher wanted to change “a lot of things,” she said, “and I wasn’t ready for that.”

“They were like, ‘You shouldn’t talk about this,’ or, ‘This should be your angle,’” she said. “It’s not about an angle. It’s about my experience.”

One of the comics is a take on navigating the audition process when you’re not a “beauty queen” or a “tiny model.” (She makes goofs like having unmanicured toes when she shows up for a Dr. Sholl’s commercial, and chapped lips for a Chapstick ad). One is about how she exhibited a talent for drawing at the age of four, and upset her teachers because she was drawing her mother naked. Another is about having a younger sister who is autistic. “They’re not serious sob stories,” Nicole said. “They’re funny.”

Nicole counts Alison Bechdel’s “Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic,” Mike Carey’s “Lucifer,” and Bill Willingham’s “Fables” as her inspiration to write, draw, pencil, and ink everything herself. She currently posts one new comic a week, but she has more in the wings.

“It’s nice to be able to have something I have complete creative control over,” she said, “as opposed to acting, where you’re just along for the ride and waiting to see what happens. I have so much fun doing it, and I’ll always be able to take out a piece of paper and a pencil and be able to draw something.”

Fringe Posters: Follow The Signs, Imagine The Impossibilities

      Email Post       8/29/2008 10:00:00 AM      

Here are the remaining sets of FRINGE posters, titled "Follow The Signs" and "Imagine The Impossibilities", plus various other untitled posters.You can see all the other Fringe posters here.

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Fringe Posters John Noble as Dr. Walter Bishop

Fringe Commerical: Strange Events

      Email Post       8/29/2008 02:19:00 AM      

Here is a Fringe commercial shown on Fox during The Moment Of Truth. There are several very quick flashes of scenes that are not in the Pilot episode. You can view screenshots of the commercial at out new Fringe Spoilers site.

Nylon: Fringe Fashion With Jackson and Torv

      Email Post       8/29/2008 02:09:00 AM      

Fringe's Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv in Nylon magazine articlePop culture and fashion magazine Nylon featured an article on Fringe's Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv.

* Thanks to Jo at JoshuaJackson.org for the scan!

Click here to read full article
Fringe's Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv in Nylon magazine articleFringe is a triple-whammy: a show that is certain to catch the attention of Lost lovers, Dawson Creek devotees, and X-Files fanatics alike. Created by J.J. Abrams, the producer behind Lost and Alias, Fringe is a sci-fi drama starring Joshua Jackson (best known, of course as Pacey on Dawson's Creek) and Australian actress Anna Torv. The show gives equal weight to the eerie , paranormal experiences that beset each episode, and the muddled relationships between the trio of main characters - an institutionalized scientist, his son (Jackson), and the female FBI agent dispatched to look after them (Torv).

For Jackson, at least, it's the former of this combination that has him excited about the project. "Dawson's Creek was much more of a soap opera and less up my alley," Jackson says, "because growing up, I didn't watch 90210, I watched The X-Files. To be working on something in that genre is really cool,"

Fringe is Torv's introduction to America audiences, though she is a familiar face on Australian projects. Like Jackson, she is excited about the show's foray into the unknown. "Most of the work I've done, in TV particularly, was about romance and like,. sittiing down and having lots of coffees with people and talking about stuff," she says. "But this is action-packed: I get to run and I get to fire a gun." KW
stylist: elle werhn. hair: seiji at the wall group. makeup: hung vanngo at the wall group. shot at eve nyc studio, new york. from left: blazer, shirt, and pants by gucci. shoes by converse, jacket by converse by john varvato, shirt by ralph lauren collection, shoes by olivia morris, earrings and ring by stephen webster silver collection.

Sci Fi Wire: Exclusive Peek Of Fringe Episode 5

      Email Post       8/29/2008 12:23:00 AM      

Sci Fi Wire has an exclusive peek behind the scenes for the filming of Fringe Episode 5.

Click here to read the edited, spoiler-free article
Exclusive Peek Behind Fringe

J.J. Abrams (left), creator of Fox's upcoming SF series Fringe, joined cast members Blair Brown (from left), Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv at the show's premiere party in New York on Aug. 25. [spoiler removed]


The scene is actually part of Fox's upcoming SF TV series Fringe. Dunham is actually Australian actress Anna Torv; Peter is Joshua Jackson, and Walter is fellow Aussie John Noble. The garage is real, but it's in New York City, where Fringe is filming on a breezy Aug. 26, which doubles for the show's Boston setting. And SCI FI Wire was able to get an exclusive glimpse behind the scenes of the much-anticipated show and talk with the principals.

[spoiler removed] And all three stars are on set this day, joking easily among themselves between takes before blocking out their movements with episode director Chris Misiano.

Ask them what Fringe is about, however, and you're more likely to get a look of amused exasperation.

"I'm really excited for the show to premiere so then I stop getting asked the question, because ... I never know which way to go," Torv said with a smile. "It's kind of got a bit of everything, I don't think it's genre-specific. I think that it is very science fiction, but more emphasis on the science as opposed to the fiction. There's drama, because your characters are all real, but they're dealing with these ... horrific [scenarios]. So I think there's elements of horror; there's elements of action. There's investigative [stories], there's crime-solving. I mean, it's just all consuming and far-reaching."

From J.J. Abrams and his Star Trek writing team of Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, Fringe centers on FBI agent Olivia Dunham, who finds herself drawn into an investigation of a mysterious aircraft disaster in Boston. Olivia's desperate search for help to save her gravely injured partner leads to brilliant scientist Walter Bishop, who has been institutionalized for the last 17 years. And the only way to question him requires pulling his estranged son, Peter, in to help. The investigation gets weirder and weirder as Olivia discovers that things--and science--are not what they seem.

Torv agreed with Orci's description of the show's theme being "the family you choose." "I do, absolutely," she said. "And I think that as the show progresses, they will need each other more and more and more." But, she added, "The power of three's a fun little number, because ... the dynamic is always going to shift, and you're always going to need one person more than the other. ... I was brought up in a family of three, and there's always two people against one."

The show is currently filming the fifth of its initial 13 episodes. [spoiler removed]

[spoiler removed]

The episode promises Fringe's mix of humor, science, horror and mystery, as well as the interpersonal drama among the three principal characters. "There's some fairly gruesome things that have happened, to be honest with you, and some fairly bizarre things, and I'm not going to tell you any more, because that's to be revealed," Noble said, with a grin. "But I think everyone will find them interesting and just close enough to [reality to] possibly go, 'Oh, my goodness, that's weird.' And I don't want to tell you. I'm not going to tell you any more."

...or read the full, unedited article at Spoilers.FringeTelevision.com

Fringe Television Spoilers

      Email Post       8/28/2008 07:30:00 PM      

Spoilers. Love them or hate them, they are always around.

With less than two weeks to go until the season premiere of Fringe, a lot of information about the Pilot episode has been revealed. There have been numerous public screenings, and an early version of the pilot was even leaked on the internet, so there hasn't been much point in worrying about spoilers - until now.

Information about future episodes is starting to trickle out, so we have set up a new sub-site Spoilers.FringeTelevision.com, where we will be posting all news and articles containing spoilers. The Spoilers site will also have its own separate feed, so we can keep the main feed spoiler free as well.

When possible, we will post spoiler-free versions of the articles here on the main page.

Hopefully this will keep the spoilers-phobes safe, and the spoiler-fiends happy!

Fringe Posters: Answers

      Email Post       8/28/2008 12:00:00 PM      

Here is the next two sets of FRINGE posters, the "Answers" series, and another untitled series which we'll call "Look Closer". You can see the other Fringe posters here.

Keep checking back for more exclusive Fox FRINGE posters!

E! News: Anna Torv - On The Fringe

      Email Post       8/28/2008 11:30:00 AM      

E! News has an On The Fringe special, featuring Anna Torv.

* Thanks to MultipleVerses for the video!

AP Interview: John Noble, Joshua Jackson, Anna Torv

      Email Post       8/28/2008 10:54:00 AM      

The Associated Press interviewed John Noble, Joshua Jackson, and Anna Torv about their Fringe characters.

* Thanks to SpoilerTV

FRINGE: The Science of FRINGE

      Email Post       8/27/2008 07:41:00 PM      

Fox has released four new "Science of Fringe" videos, featuring Fringe science "expert" Dannion Brinkley. The new videos cover the fringe topics of Neuroimaging, Telekinesis, Paranormal Communication, and Nanotechnology.

Popular Science Interviews JJ Abrams About Fringe and Science

      Email Post       8/27/2008 06:35:00 PM      

In it JJ tells PopSci.com about his science background and influences and reveals one of Fringe's central conflicts.

J.J. Abrams Gets Lost Again

J.J. Abrams, creator of Alias and Lost and director of the forthcoming Star Trek movie, brings his spooky brand of science to bear on the new television series, Fringe, set to premiere September 9th on Fox. The show centers on a mad scientist, Dr. Walter Bishop (John Noble), who’s sprung from a mental ward by his estranged son Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson) and the blonde bombshell FBI agent Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv). Together, the unlikely trio sets out to solve paranormal mysteries on behalf of the US government. Think X-Files—only people believe them.

Popular Science: Where did your interest in science come from?

J.J. Abrams: My grandfather was a huge inspiration. He was the owner of an electronics company, and after World War II he sold surplus radio and electronics kits to schools. We would spend hours building and soldering things. As a young kid, it’s so inspirational to see that you can build things that aren’t made by the hand of God, that you can attach the motor to a wire and make something work. My interest in technology and science actually came from his explanations of how radios and transistors work.
Click here to read the full article...

PS: Your shows seem to use science as a metaphor for other, more sinister things. In Lost, for instance, the science on the island seems to be a proxy for man’s failed attempt to control the world around him. What does science mean for you?

JA: For me, science is about wide-open thinking and the sense that anything is possible. The most visionary minds are the ones that are the most fluid about what is absolute and what is variable. The idea that something is impossible doesn’t come easily to a character like Dr. Walter Bishop.

PS: You tend to make a lot of the conflict between science and faith. Do you feel it’s easier to make the case for one side or the other?

JA: Many scientists throughout history have rejected the idea of God and faith while others have embraced it. The show is a wonderful arena for that conflict. When one character is essentially a man of faith and the other is a man of science, it sparks a great debate.

PS: How do you account for the recent rise in shows about science and scientists?

JA: Popular culture is a mirror, and we are living in a time where every day some kind of shocking or amazing announcement is made. To read today, for instance, that researchers have found a way to destroy HIV or help 80 percent of Alzheimer’s patients, it’s amazing. These types of things are becoming more commonplace. There’s more science in our lives, so there’s more science on TV.

PS: Where do you get the inspiration for the science in your shows?

JA: I’ll find myself constantly grabbing science magazines or looking at articles online. But the most important thing when making entertainment is finding something that’s inspiring. Whenever I do, whether it involves technology or not, it’s like fuel for me. It could be a three 3-minute clip on the Internet that someone sent me that makes me consider something that I hadn’t thought about before.

PS: Any examples?

JA: Oh, everyday there’s something. Yesterday somebody sent me a picture of this crazy pig with a monkey face. So, yeah, there’s always something.

Contest: WIN Tickets To FRINGE Screening At New York TV Fesival

      Email Post       8/27/2008 02:09:00 PM      

The New York Television Festival's third annual Premiere Week screening series takes place September 12-17, presenting some of the most anticipated shows of the new TV season.

On Saturday, September 13th, the NYTVF and FOX will present a special screening event featuring “FRINGE,” the anticipated new hour-long thriller from J.J. Abrams (“Lost”), Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, the team behind “Star Trek,” “Mission: Impossible III” and “Alias.” The event begins with red-carpet arrivals of the stars and producers of the new series followed by a screening. After the screening, “Fringe” cast and producers will engage in a brief discussion about the show’s creation and production in New York City.

Other shows featured at the festival include: Life On Mars (ABC), Worst Week (CBS), The Life and Times of Tim (HBO), Easy Money (CW), and Life (NBC).

To attend the Fringe screening, you would need to buy Festival Tickets, which are $175 each, but this would also give you access to:
  • All Network Premiere Events
  • Regular Screening Blocks
  • Production Day Panel Series
  • Digital Day Events
  • NYTVF Awards and Reception
  • AETN Happy Hours on September 16-17
We have two pairs of tickets to give away to anyone who just wants to attend the Fringe screening. Everyday we will post a new Fringe-related codeword on the right side of the site. To enter in the drawing for your chance to win, send an email to NYTVFContest@fringetelevision.com with the codeword of the day as the subject, and your real name and phone number. You can send one email per codeword, so be sure to stop by every day to increase your chances of winning! Contest ends September 7th.

The contest has ended. Winners will be announced soon.

Good Luck!

Official Contest Rules
  • Contest open to anyone willing to travel (at their own expense) to NYC for the event
  • Winners will receive 2 (two) Fringe screening tickets
  • Emails must be sent to NYTVFContest@fringetelevision.com
  • You must include the codeword of the day as the subject of the email.
  • Please include your real name and phone number in the email
  • Codewords will only be accepted on the day they are posted
  • One entry per person, per codeword, please.
  • Entries not following these rules may not be counted.
  • Contest ends at 11:59 pm EDT on September 7th.
  • Winners will be announced around September 8th.

Inside the Fringe Premiere Party

      Email Post       8/27/2008 12:01:00 PM      

Fringe NY Premiere Party
Fringe NY Premiere Party
Here are some photos from inside Fringe Premiere Party on August 25, 2008 at the unique at Xchange event venue in NYC. John Noble's 60th birthday on the 20th, which they celebrated with a birthday cake. Happy Birthday John!

TheTVAddict was also there, and has great account of the party scene, and pictures of himself with JJ Abrams, Jasika Nicole, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman.Lost ARGs spacerFringe NY Premiere PartyFringe NY Premiere Party
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