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Where is Peter Bishop? Has anyone checked with DC Comics? Since Fringe star Joshua Jackson hasnâ€™t been needed on set as much this season it seems heâ€™s decided to use his downtime to leave his mark on the rest of the Fringe-verse. Jackson will be writing three issues of DCâ€™s Beyond the Fringe, a bi-weekly, digital comic series.
According to the official press release the issues will â€śalternate every two weeks … Continue reading
Fox has released a new trailer teasing next weeks Season 4 premiere of Fringe. This new spot offers a glimpse of life on our side now that Peter has never existed.
Also, you can follow Fringe director Ari Margolis’s own viral twitter campaign for the new season at #WhereIsPeterBishop
A recent promo has sent Easter egg hounds and Lost fans all abuzz, as it seems to show actor Jorge Garcia (aka Hurley, from Fringe Co-creator and Producer, JJ Abrams, other, more famous show,) having a chat with Fringeâ€™s Walter (John Noble).
Apparently, or itâ€™s assumed, Garciaâ€™s character is a Massive Dynamic employee of some sort. But given Abrams and coâ€™s affinity for Easter eggs I wouldnâ€™t be surprised if it … Continue reading
Not a year since Leonard Nimoyâ€™s â€śretirementâ€ť and, awesomely, word is coming down the pipe that he may return to one of his greatest roles, that of the mysterious William Bell. As some of us might remember Bell seemed to sacrifice himself in order to let The Fringe team (includig Faux-livia) get back to our world, but a tech savvy Nimoy recently Tweeted, yes, Spock, tweets, that he may be in … Continue reading
For those of you who have been scratching your heads looking for Fringe on Fox fear not, it hasnâ€™t been canceled itâ€™s been moved. To Friday nights, and for those of you Fox fans who know their history, you know that means one thing: Friday Death Slot! Itâ€™s the next best thing to being canceled, or not, you know what I mean. Yes, in a surprise move Fox moved Fringe away … Continue reading
The Fringe team investigatesÂ a mysterious box, as Walter and Nina attend the reading of the last will and testament of William Bell.
The story alternates to the Fringe Team “over here” where they investigate a mystifying case that people are discovered in a trance-like state that ultimately leads to their death. The unlikely suspect: a mysterious box. As Peter and Walter collaborate to study its properties, alternate Olivia presses on … Continue reading
The marketing machine from the good folks at Fox have yet another Promo out for this Thursday’s premiere. See the extended video below, but beware of potential spoilers.
Since season 3 will have us splitting our time between the two universes every other week, it seems the show runners arenâ€™t wasting anytime and have promised to start things off with a bang.
Last season Fringe brought about a slew of earth (and universe) shattering revelations. Some secrets, such as the origin of Walterâ€™s mental state, were better kept than others, like Peterâ€™s origin. But still, the show started with a bang and kept the momentum rolling throughout the season, and ultimately they delivered some darn good television with plenty of surprises (Charlie cameo!).
What more can you ask for? How about doing two … Continue reading
A must see for any Fringe fan or anyone who just wants a quick laugh.Â Bloopers are a great side effect of the production process, and always entertaining especially when the show is a drama. This reel is also fun because actors like John Noble and Joshua Jackson are known for their sense of humor off screen if not always on it.
Ahead of their Season 3 debut FOX has released a new promo poster. Ever since, fans from all over have been searching for clues hidden within the pictures iconography (I happen to think the skylight looks like a flying saucer). Already several sites have found almost all the classic Fringe â€śglyphsâ€ť embedded within the photo. Try for to find them yourself (click Here for a larger version). … Continue reading
Itâ€™s that time of the year where the main-stream medis gets a glimpse at geeekdom in all its cos-play glory! Yes, itâ€™s time for Comic-Con 2010. And like all other things awesome Fringe maintained a strong presence. A few videos are starting to float out, some from the panel others interviews from the convention floor. Weâ€™ll keep you posted. Fox has just put out their own con … Continue reading
Lost Fringe episode â€śUnearthedâ€ť! (UPDATED)
In a mystery worthy of the Fringe Division itself, it seems FOX will be airing a â€śnewâ€ť episode of Fringe -before- the scheduled, post-holiday, pre-midseason premiere Jan. 14. And to make it more interesting (and possibly confusing) this episode is â€¦ wait for itâ€¦ a â€ślostâ€ť episode from season one. Which means, oh yes, that the episode will featureâ€¦ Charlie. Yes, Charlie Francis, played by the … Continue reading
Winter Woes: Fringeâ€™s (brief) Midseason ReturnÂ
Well, Fringe has left us plenty of time digest the events of the most recent episode “Grey Matters.” But fear not, Fringe will return with four new episodes starting on January 14 with the Winter Finale on February 4th.
After that, unfortunately, Fringe will be put on the dreaded â€śtemporary hiatusâ€ť for seven weeks beginning Feb. 11 and end on April 1st (seriously.) … Continue reading
Ok, this may not be directly Fringe material, but its too good for Fringe fans to pass up. All you fan boys, get aload of this Esquire exclusive photo shoot with Anna Torv from Fringe. We cant take credit for this but we can share the love. The article with shots can be found HERE
NYC Con Secrets:
During the apparently very entertaining Fringe panel at the NYC comic con a slew of â€śPossible Spoilersâ€ť including the revelations that the mysterious â€śWilliam Bellâ€ť will appear, that there are multiple â€śObservers,â€ť as well as their identities and that Peter Bishopâ€™s dodgy past will be made clear by the end of this season. See the embeds below.Â
Joshua Jackson on a Lost/Fringe tie-in?!:
The â€śFringeâ€ť star commented on a possible … Continue reading
Tue. Jan. 27 9:01 PM Fox The No-Brainer # 1.12. The team must continue their investigation into The Pattern while dealing with the events of last weekâ€™s episode â€śBound.â€ť ( read: I have no idea what itâ€™s about.)
Also, In case nobody noted Fox seems to be having a little fun with the viral marketing. Fringeâ€™s mystery Observer made an unscheduled (and baffling) appearance during … Continue reading