The Bad Ass Women panel at Nerd HQ was quite possibly one of my favorite things in a weekend full of things to do during San Diego for Comic Con weekend. Tears were shed; the panelists and audience laughed nearly non-stop for the full hour.
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When the word spread of how Kristen Bell and Rob Thomas raised two million dollars for their long-delayed plans to make a Veronica Mars movie, fans of Firefly, Buffy and Angel hoped it would also mean the revival of those shows, too.
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Just like unlikely spy Chuck Bartowski, the role he plays every Monday on NBC, Zachary Levi is concerned about keeping secrets.
He was reluctant to say what he’ll be doing as Chuck wraps up its third season later this spring because he claims there’s a mole revealing spoilers to other websites. He even said he didn’t get the last few pages of the season finale until just a few days ago.
Still he can understand why. "To me, it always boggles my mind that people would wan to spoil that stuff anyway," he says. "It takes away the whole experience of any show."
Levi and co-stars Joshua Gomez and Adam Baldwin were careful not to reveal too much during the final day of WonderCon this past Sunday, They talked to reporters just two hours before a surprise showing of "Chuck vs. the Other Guy," an episode that revealed some big changes.
If the energy on the panel at this year’s Comic-Con is any indication, then the set of the NBC series, Chuck, is one of the liveliest and friendliest sets around. Because of the writer’s strike, it’s been so long since we last saw our intrepid hero and his assortment of spy and geek type friends. It was like a breath of fresh air to be back in the wacky double life of Chuck Bartowski, secret agent and not-so-secret nerd. Gracing us with their presence on the panel were producers Josh Schwartz, Chris Fedak as well as cast members Zachary Levi (Chuck), Adam Baldwin (John Casey), Yvonne Strahovski (Sarah), Joshua Gomez (Morgan), Sarah Lancaster (Ellie), and the "Awesome" Ryan McPartlin ("Captain Awesome", real name Devon). Even "Big Mike", played by Mark Christopher Lawrence, got a shout out as he sat with the NBC and WB studio folks in the audience.
During Comic-Con, I’d heard a buzz about this new show called Chuck. Something about the government’s classified files being downloaded into the brain of some guy, appropriately named Chuck. I was actually excited to see the pilot, because Adam Baldwin (one of the stars of my favorite show, Firefly) had a big role in the series, so at the time I couldn’t give a good gorram how good or bad it was…Jayne was going to be in it. 😉