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A few photos of some of the famous faces to grace the stages of London MCM Comic Con this weekend, plus a couple of contestant from the EuroCosplay Championships 2015 final.
Noah Wyle promoting The Librarians
The Sherlock panel (photo by Sarah Tsang)
The Walking Dead Panel
Cast and crew of CBBC’s brilliant Eve
Philip Glenister promoting Outcast
The Humans panel
The Doctor Who panel
An unplaced UK entry in EuroCosplay
With day two of NYCC underway, our intrepid reporter Bryan Cooney was on hand to meet the cast of the new TNT series, The Librarians.
Based on the series of films that began in 2004 and starred Noah Wyle (E.R. And Falling Skies) as Flynn Carsen an ordinary man who is hired as librarian but what he doesn’t realise is that the library has been in operation for centuries and is in fact the home of a collection of mythical and magical objects such...
As thousands of visitors descended upon the MCM London Comic Con like a peace-seeking army of alien invaders, we were given the opportunity to sit down and have a chat with Colin Cunningham (John Pope), Seychelle Gabriel (Lourdes), Connor Jessup (Ben Mason), Drew Roy (Hal Mason) and Luciana Carro (Crazy Lee) of the post-apocalyptic, sci-fi series Falling Skies.
Here’s what they had to say about working on the show during a roundtable interview.
Following the recent MCM Expo London Comic Con appearance of two of the stars(Seychelle Gabriel (Lourdes) and Sarah Carter (Maggie) ) of the hit sci-fi drama series Falling Skies, The MCM Buzz has teamed up with Warner Bros. Ent to give three lucky readers the chance to win a copy of the first season on DVD.
After an alien invasion, a band of survivors prepare to fight back against the aggressive extra-terrestrials on the outskirts of Boston. Watch...
AFTER months of promotion – including a spot during this year’s Superbowl – TNT’s sci-fi series Falling Skies hit US TV screens.
It seems, for the moment, that all that hard work has paid off with the show opener drawing some 5.9 million viewers – the highest for a premiere in 2011.
So what can be said about the debut? Well, it’s definitely a slow-burner. Things aren’t explained in great detail. Maybe they...