Defiance premieres April 15, 9/8c only on Syfy.
In Defiance™, the future is a dangerous place. Starship wreckage is raining to Earth in massive "Arkfall" events that transform the landscape. Experience one first-hand as countless other players -- and a star from the Syfy series -- battle to survive and profit. Watch Ark Hunters wield the weapons of tomorrow against alien-hybrid horrors in a dynamic, scaling encounter, then travel seamlessly through a unified world into the weekly TV series. This -- Defiance -- is the future of transmedia entertainment.
The first of its kind, Defiance is the quintessential media property created with Igniters in mind— sparking their imaginations while encouraging them to truly open their minds to what is possible.
Set on Earth thirty years in the future, Defiance is a story of courage and survival on a new frontier where humans and aliens must band together to defend their very existence. United they stand. Divided they fall. It’s do or die in the small town of Defiance.
Defiance airs on Syfy on Monday, April 15, 2013 at 9/8C with a two-hour premiere episode.
Defiance cast includes Grant Bowler, Julie Benz, Graham Greene, Jaime Murray, Tony Curran and Stephanie Leonidas.
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Behind the scene of Defiance
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Actor Tony Curran speaks onstage at the "Defiance" panel discussion during the Syfy portion of the 2013 Winter TCA Tour- Day 4 at the Langham Hotel on January 7, 2013 in Pasadena, California.
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Miniseries Review: Labryinth (2012)
Whether or not you believe in a religion, let alone the grail stories, this two part story will hold you spellbound.
Based on the book by Kate Mosse (who has a small cameo and acts as consultant), the story switches between the town of Carcassone in 1209, when the crusaders have arrived, and present day, 2012.
Jessica Brown Findlay, is at the centre in the 13th century story as Alais Pelletier, who let into the grail secret by her father, and is in even more danger as a result. The lord of the town, Viscount Trencavel, portrayed by an almost unrecogniseable Tom Felton, is a close ally to the family.
In present time, Alice Tanner, portrayed by Vanessa Kirby, is a PhD graduate working on an archeological dig. All hell breaks loose when she wanders into a nearby cave and finds a ring and a skeleton.
John Hurt and Tony Curran have a small role each in the present and past parts, respectively. Both are excellent as always.
This is a really well made production, the switching between past and present is seamless, which helps keep the story coherent.
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