Warehouse 13‘s Eddie McClintock (Pete Lattimer) sat down for an on-the-fly video interview with Geeks of Doom at New York Comic-Con. “I like meeting fans,” he said. He then jokingly added, “I like being able to say ‘thank you’ for making it possible for my kids to go to a proper school.”
Check out the video interview below to hear more from our fun, impromptu discussion with him.
McClintock will be signing autographs and taking photos with fans at Autographing Table #26 today for the final day of the Con. He is also offering “free hugs,” so get in line early! Additionally, McClintock personally designed several Warehouse 13 t-shirts, which are available at his booth. Beyond the fun interview, Geeks Of Doom learned that the actor studied art in college, and his skills are quite literally put on display through the illustration and design of his shirts at NYCC.
It’s hard to believe, but this summer actually finds a three block of intriguing TV on Syfy Channel! Sure Alphas is an unknown entity but it’s at least worth a look. The Monday night block starts off with Eureka and Warehouse 13. The fun starts July 11th at 8/7c.
Check out these early preview clips here below and get ready for fun summer TV!
Amongst all the Mega this and Giant that of the Syfy Saturday movies the network also has some pretty great television series. Two of those shows, Warehouse 13 and Eureka, are coming back for new seasons on July 11, 2011. To whet your appetite for the premieres we have some information about the upcoming seasons of these shows along with a couple of advance preview clips from their premieres.
Eureka is bringing on the geek goodness this season with Felicia Day (Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) joining the cast for a 7-episode story arc starting with the July 18th episode. She plays Dr. Holly Marten, a quirky Department of Defense visitor to Eureka tasked with evaluating eager candidates for a special mission that has been given to Global Dynamics and will pit the town’s scientists against one another.
Sci Fi Channel’s Warehouse 13 premieres on Tuesday July 7th at 9/8c. Starring CCH Pounder (The Shield), Eddie Mclintock (Bones), Joanne Kelly (Vanished) and Saul Rubinek (Eureka), the show follows a group of government agents assigned to retrieve strange supernatural objects for the U.S. Government. Once obtained, they are housed and safeguarded in a super-secret facility known only as Warehouse 13. According to the Sci Fi Channel, the show is a cross between the X-Files and Moonlighting, two very awesome shows in their own right.
In celebration of this super show, we came up with the Top 13 coolest objects from the comic-verse that would fit perfectly on the vast shelves in Warehouse 13. Get it? Because there’s 13 items and the Warehouse is numbered 13… and it is… uhh… funny… ha..umm..hah….moving along”¦
The Ten Rings of the Mandarin – The Mandarin is a badass for oh so many reasons. He is Asian, knows all sorts of martial arts (which means he can kill you with his finger), has rockin’ facial hair, and above all else, he has some seriously dangerous bling on his hands. Once used to fuel an alien starship, The Mandarin’s ten rings do some serious damage. From firing ice beams to literally rearranging matter, these colorful rings are too powerful to be belong to one individual and definitely need to stay in Warehouse 13, if only to protect everyone from its awesome power.