Slice of SciFi #306: Conversation With Paul Becker (Choreographer, “Sucker Punch”)

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becker_paul-fullIn the News:

  • Warner Brothers will start renting movies on Facebook
  • Harper Collins wants to charge libraries a renewal fee after digital books are checked out 26 times.
  • A former FOX exec talks about why she canceled “Firefly”

Multiverse News Update: Nigel Blackwood is back with an update.

Movie Talk:

  • Michael Bay calls “Transformers 2″ “crap.”
  • Could Christopher Nolan be involved with the “Blade Runner” sequels?

Slice of Trivia: Kurt’s back with some new clips to stump you.

TV Talk: What’s coming up for “The Walking Dead”?

Interview: This week, we welcome Paul Becker to the show. Paul is the choreographer behind “Sucker Punch,” “Cabin in the Woods” and “My Soul to Take.”

In the Future:

  • Find out more about Neil Gaiman’s “Doctor Who” episode
  • Anthony Hopkins as a Bond villain?!?

Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know. (Our Voicemail Number: 206-339-TREK). Keep your comments brief, or funny, and maybe you’ll hear your message on the voicemail show! See you next week with fresh new content!

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  1. Tim is right. SGU usually wraps filming production around October so the crew couldn’t work towards a conclusion for these last ten episodes.

    This also meant that the production crew is almost always a 18-20 episodes ahead of air date. Kinda dumb that they don’t have time to gauge audience reaction.

  2. Sean From Edwards says:

    How would one go about contacting Nigel directly?

  3. probably call him? Or say “HEY NIGEL?!?”


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