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Why...because the potential to have a great show and see it fail..is dissapointing.....and because threads were made to discuss it..so we whine..tends to happen...but being a mod ..i would expect you know this...so this is your way of being dissapointed and whinny...right?....i wont miss you if you dont post...but i like seeing both sides and different perspectives..it makes life interesting...at least for me
Now..season 4.....i would like to see them cut the cast down...and save some money to show an actual fight with powers....
Here's what pisses me off! Among other obvious things, its been basically 5 years now with all the month skips and long drawn out volumes events. So why isn't Hiro all cool badass Hiro from the future and Peter got a scar and became a total hardened neo type like we saw in 5 years gone?
Also has anyone besides me noticed just how very possible that future still is despite the changes in the time line? I mean who knows what other twist could happen to change things back to how they will be in that future. Sylar IS Nathan now and its only a small matter or time before he's fully himself again. We all know it. His mind heals, and there's only about a dozen possible triggers to set it off. He can heal, so how is that explained when he suddenly gets a paper cut or something, or how about the next time Peter trys to borrow his flight ability and gains telekensis instead? Or when he suddenly starts knowing when people lie or seeing how they work as he hangs out with other heroes.
Seriously wtf was Noah thinking? I mean I understand Angela, she's made it perfectly clear on several occasions that Nathan is the world to her and the only thing that really matters about her family. So its no surprise to me that she'd rather convince a monster that he's Nathan so she can keep him than let him go and just leave her with her last resort son Peter. But Noah should be so against this it's just ridiculous to even think of considering it. All he should want to do is get a sawed off shotgun and blow Sylar's head clean away. Pretty damn sure that'd take care of any hidden spot! But NO!!! Instead lets not only let him live and keep him around our families as a close member but lets also give him everything he wanted that we were trying to stop. A life as Nathan with a nice possibility at that future presidency he's wanting.
F*cking morn writers!
None of them sparkle!
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May 11th, 2009
Latest on Heroes Season 4 Casting Call
Looks like the casting auditions for Heroes Season 4 are going out fast and furious, with a new round of characters currently up for grabs for all you actors and actresses out there. Michael Ausiello over at Entertainment Weekly previously told us that the show was looking for a 20-something hearing impaired female character that will show up in the season’s fourth episode, and today they have a new round of casting calls for you to take in.
Via EW, Ausiello says that the show will start to resemble HBO’s Carnivale, which I’ve never seen:
Wanna know what Season 4 of Heroes is gonna be like?
Go back and watch Carnivàle.
Based on the casting breakdowns that are making the rounds in Hollywood, it seems safe to say that the creatively resurgent NBC drama’s new volume, “Redemption,” will bear more than a passing resemblance to the much-missed HBO show.
Besides a Knife Thrower and a sexy, twentysomething Tattoo Girl, Heroes is on the hunt for a middle-aged Eddie Izzard type to play the Carnival Barker, a smooth operator with a wicked wit. This character, I hear, will start small and grow. (Not grow as in grow-into-World’s-Tallest-Man grow, but grow nonetheless.)
In addition, the series is searching for its own Ellen Page to play Claire’s (Hayden Panettiere) quirky college roommate, and a stalwart — think Andre Braugher — for the role of Matt’s (Greg Grunberg) partner… and mentor.
So, Claire’s going to college?
Also, I would actually love to see Andre Braugher on the show. I know that the article mentions an Andre Braugher-type, but what’s Andre doing now, anyway? Get him on the show, guys.
Entertainment Weekly is reporting that both Ray Park and Deanne Bray will play roles in the upcoming season of NBC's "Heroes." They'll be joining newcomers Robert Knepper ("Prison Break") and Madeline Zima ("Californication"):
British actor Ray Park, whose role as Darth Maul in Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace made him an icon to fanboys far and wide, is in talks to join the cast for a sizeable arc. Additionally, Deanne Bray (Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, The L Word) is nearing a deal to come on board for multiple episodes.
Rick Worthy Joining Heroes Cast
Source:The Hollywood Reporter
June 17, 2009
Former "Battlestar Galactica" star Rick Worthy is in negotiations to play a recurring role on NBC's "Heroes" next season, playing Matt Parkman's (Greg Grunberg) new partner: an experienced and capable Los Angeles cop and someone that Matt can lean on for advice.
He joins several other new "Heroes" cast additions for next season, fellow recurring Robert Knepper and Madelina Zima.
Worthy is a sci-fi veteran, having appeared on such series as "Enterprise," "Star Trek: Voyager," "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," "Stargate SG-1," "Dark Angel" and "Odyssey 5."
Ain't It Cool News reports that "Heroes" consulting producer Bryan Fuller has left the show a second time to concentrate on his two new pilots in the works:
"Development was really starting to heat up, And it appears like I may be writing multiple pilots for NBC so that wasn't leaving a ton of room for 'Heroes,' unfortunately," the star writer-producer tells AICN exclusively. "We crafted some really great arcs for the season that I'm excited to see come to fruition. I love that cast dearly and am sad to go, but the plate -- she was over-flowing."
Fuller wrote some of the show's best episodes, including "Company Man" and "Cold Snap." He left "Heroes" near the end of the first season for "Pushing Daisies" and returned near the end of last season.