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Trial of the Blackbear… by Damien
October 16, 2007, 3:32 pm
Filed under: Blog, General, Graphic Novel, Hiro, Kensei, Links, NBC, Pictures, Season 2

Black Bear

Graphic Novel 55 is out and it is called “The Trial of the Blackbear”



Fight or Flight Global Promo… by Damien
October 16, 2007, 2:18 pm
Filed under: Blog, Daily Motion, General, Links, Promos, Season 2, Video

Thanks to Infelt



Fight or Flight Promo… by Damien
October 16, 2007, 4:28 am
Filed under: Blog, General, Promos, Season 2, Video, Youtube


Kindness of Beeman… by Damien
October 16, 2007, 4:26 am
Filed under: Behind the Scenes, Blog, General, Greg Beeman, Links, Season 2

Sylar and Maya

Theres a new Greg Beeman blog out about this weeks episode and it comes with some pictures as always heres a excerpt…

In this episode Nathan realizes it’s time to clean up his act. Tim had encouraged Adrian to let his beard grow over the hiatus, to better play the fallen Nathan. I know Adrian loved having the beard. He said it kept him perfectly anonymous in public. But, I know that I, for one, had no idea it would be so big and bushy! Adrian is one swarthy guy. Once it got on film, I’m not sure we loved it. So, with his characters redirection in this episode we decided to have him shave it.

This of course presented some scheduling issues. We had to shoot the one scene where he visits his kids at school (the one where his son tells him he doesn’t like the beard) first, before we could shoot the rest of the (shaven) scenes. Interestingly the school scene originally ended with Nathan looking into the mirror and seeing the scar-faced version of himself. He then took a few steps into a discreet area and flew into the sky. Both these effects where quite good, but, as he often does, Tim omitted them in post, opting instead to end on the most emotionally impactful moment – the one in which Nathan realizes he’d better change if he doesn’t want to lose his children.

This episode also begins a several-episode team up between Nathan and Matt Parkman. Greg Grunberg and Adrian actually didn’t have too many scenes together last year. Here they finally get together as both characters attempt to solve the mystery of who has been attacking Angela Petrelli. I know Greg and Adrian really enjoy working together. Both of them are good natured jokesters – and the days always fly by easily when they are on set together.

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