Joe Flanigan And David Hewlett Lunch Auction In Los Angeles

Includes: Lunch with Joe Flanigan David Hewlett in Los Angeles in mid-November 2010. Restaurant is TBD. Based on availability. Joe Flanigan Joe Flanigan was born in Los Angeles and raised near Reno, Nevada. He grew up on a small ranch he likens to a Dr. Doolittle set, where his mother collected animals of every variety, … Read more

Canadian Science Fiction TV / Film Awards Winners Announced

The winners of the 2009 Constellation Awards, honouring the actors and producers behind Canada’s favourite science fiction TV series and movies, were announced this weekend at ceremonies held at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel. Stargate SG1 actress Claudia Black accepted her trophy for ‘Best Female Performance in a 2008 Science Fiction Film” for her … Read more

Watch David Hewlett's 'A Dog's Breakfast' for Free!

Hulu is offering the chance to watch David Hewlett’s first outing as a director in the form of the full length feature film ‘A Dog’s Breakfast’ for free!   Also, starring alongside David is his real-life and Atlantis sister, Kate Hewlett and appearances from many Stargate actors/actresses. A Dog’s Breakfast   Full Feature Film |1:28:08 … Read more

Close Up With Kate Hewlett

Since Kate Hewlett began playing the recurring character of Jeannie Miller on Stargate Atlantis, she’s had to deal with a lot. And we don’t just mean as the on-screen sister of Rodney McKay (not to mention the real-life sister of David Hewlett). Best known in her native Canada as a comedy actress, her visits to … Read more

Hewlett: 'I'll miss McKay'

Stargate Atlantis actor David Hewlett recently conducted an interview with cinemaspy, during the interview he discusses the challanges he has faced during his 5 years on the hit Sci Fi show, and much more. Here is an excerpt of the interview: David Hewlett is the de facto veteran of the Stargate Atlantis team. He’s not … Read more

Directors Cut On The Shrine

“The Shrine” is one of the most emotionally powerful episodes of Stargate Atlantis to date, as viewers witness McKay’s tragic mental demise. Written by Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis co-creator Brad Wright, the episode heralds the former show-runner’s welcome return to scripting the show. Director Andy Mikita laughingly admits that the prospect of directing Wright’s … Read more

Last Look At The Season Four Finale

As a season finale, ‘The Last Man’ was Stargate Atlantis’ most thrilling yet. Exploring a bleak future for our heroes, it pitted McKay and Sheppard against the immensity of Time itself in an attempt to set matters straight. And even managing that may not be enough! Director Martin Wood, charged with bringing the episode to … Read more Interviews David Hewlett

Mark Wilson has published a lengthy interview with Stargate Atlantis star David Hewlett in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy section of Hewlett discusses several aspects about his role as the “absolute arrogant jerk” Dr. Rodney McKay. Did you ever wonder whether fans would “get” Rodney — that they would get past Rodney’s difficulty to see his complexity … Read more

The Right Direction – Part Two

“When I read the script for the first time, I got quite excited about the notion of having an Earth-based episode,” Mikita explains of ‘Miller’s Crossing’. “It’s refreshing to be on Earth. It just offers you some opportunities aesthetically. And of course, [there was] the added fun of having Kate Hewlett. ‘McKay and Mrs Miller’ … Read more