Time for a round-up of the best bits and pieces from the world we call Fringe.
Below the jump we have an early look at the next episode of Fringe, tidbits from Anna “The Dress” Torv, an interview with Leonard Nimoy and more.
Here’s a sneaky look at Thursday’s episode 2.02 “Night of Desirable Objects”:
If this turns out to be as cool as it looks, we’re in for one heck of a treat.
FOX source caught up with Anna Torv on the red carpet after her Emmy presentation on Sunday. Topics ranged from her sparkling dress to a few tidbits on the upcoming episodes of Fringe (I guess that’s your spoiler alert):
Here’s Anna Torv’s Emmy presentation spot as referenced above.
Leonard Nimoy talks about his role on Fringe and reiterates that he’ll “see what happens” before commiting to a long-term stint.
Nimoy may be forever associated with one of the most famous science fiction characters of all time, but his departure from ‘Star Trek’ doesn’t mean he’s finished playing interesting characters. As the enigmatic potential puppet-master Dr. William Bell on Abrams’ TV series Fringe, Nimoy resolutely proves that good, veteran actors are always ready to sink their teeth into interesting characters.
“I’m enjoying it,” Nimoy told NPR of Fringe. “It’s intriguing. It’s thought-provoking. The work is good. The scripts are interesting and multi-layered.”
Dr. Bell is “a combination of the richest man in the world and a Timothy Leary-type scientist,” Nimoy goes on. “We’re not quite sure what his intentions are. He seems to be sincere.”
“Are his warnings from an alternate reality to be believed? Time will tell whether he is really giving out good advice or being misleading,” Nimoy adds.
Bell’s appearance in the series has been brief thus far, not providing Nimoy much screen time to develop the character, though the actor prefers to keep Bell elusive to add to the intrigue. “I’m trying to make him something of a mystery so that there will be an anticipation of what might be revealed in the future.” he says.
Nimoy tells NPR that he’s agreed to do a couple episodes of Fringe, “and so far I have done two,” he says. “I think I will do at least one more and then we’ll see what happens.”
Our friends at TV.com have video interviews of John Noble, Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson – you can watch them here.