Awesome! Can't wait :)
Check out our conversation with Jasika "Astrid" Nicole!http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/02/jasika-nicole-sunday-ritual_n_1126278.html?ref=fb&src=sp&comm_ref=false#sb=1874813,b=facebook
Just for everyone's information: The "Conversation with Jasika Nicole" referenced by "BlackVoices" above has absolutely nothing to do with Fringe. The show isn't even mentioned. Unless you're a JN fanboi or fangrrl, it's not worth the click.
The show is mentioned in the video included in that interview.
Noble strengthens my feeling that what Nina is doing to Olivia is being done in a belief that she is helping Olivia, no matter the means being employed, as opposed to some selfish goal.
Agreed, Old Darth. Nina might be operating with the same motivation as Walter and David Robert Jones- to help Olivia develop her abilities and ultimately figth the actual enemy. Sucks that all of the 'help' comes without Olivia's consent and, in Jones' case, with a pesky abduction. If they know that developing Olivia's powers would help her and everyone else, it'd be nice if they'd share their info instead of being so shadey and coercive about it.
I'm wondering if we haven't just met Alt-Nina?Of course, that would blow up my theory that Alt Nina is a bag lady in Alt-Seattle.
trent said...The show is mentioned in the video included in that interview.----------------Excuse me, but there was nothing in the transcript (whose format annoyed the heck out of me) & I didn't notice that the picture beneath it was a video due to script-blocking software.(OK, I just watched the clip. That's 5:15 of my life I'll never get back. It was mildly interesting to hear that she has an autistic sister who informs her portrayal of alt-Astrid. Otherwise the whole schmeer is IMO pretty worthless for anyone who follows the show & not its actors. YMMV)
RDU said... I'm wondering if we haven't just met Alt-Nina? Of course, that would blow up my theory that Alt Nina is a bag lady in Alt-Seattle.------------Would an alt-Nina know about cortexiphan? What would she know about it?
This is a really nice vid, Dennis, thanks for posting it. John Noble always does a great job with these. And I love that he points out that Nina Sharp's role has become so much more dramatic now.It makes you wonder...in the old timeline Jones and Nina seemed to be rival-like(But notice he never killed her when he certainly had the chance. Why did Jones not kill Nina Sharp?)
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