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First Look: Andre Royo with Anna Torv on ‘Fringe’

Posted by Annie on
September 14th, 2010

Welcome back to TV, Bubbles! EW has obtained this exclusive first look of Andre Royo – best known as Bubbles from HBO’s The Wire – in the premiere episode of Fringe that airs Sept. 23. In the episode, Royo plays Henry, a taxi driver that Olivia (Anna Torv) encounters as she fights to find her way home. The Ausiello Files first broke news about Royo joining the show in July.

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When the second season of Fringe ended in May, Olivia (Anna Torv) and Walter (John Noble) seemingly had rescued Peter (Joshua Jackson) from the alternate universe, thanks in large part to the sacrifice of Walter’s former lab partner William Bell (Leonard Nimoy). But in the closing moments of the finale, we discovered that the alternate-universe Walter, or “Walternate,” was actually holding Olivia prisoner and that it was her double, the so-called “Bolivia,” who returned to this reality.

Well, now Fox has released an extended teaser for the Season 3 premiere that shows an imprisoned Olivia trying to convention a psychiatrist that she isn’t crazy but rather originates in a parallel universe. Good luck with that, Agent Dunham.

The above cast photo arrives courtesy of Entertainment Weekly‘s Michael Ausiello, who draws attention to the shadowy figure observing from the background.

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Anna on Ellen Degeneres Show

Posted by Annie on
September 17th, 2009

Anna will be on Ellen today. Local listings here: http://ellen.warnerbros.com/about/whenitson.php

Interview: Anna Torv Talks FRINGE

Posted by Annie on
September 10th, 2009

On September 17th, the Fox television drama Fringe is returning for a second thrilling season, as it will continue to explore the unexplained phenomena and terrifying occurrences linked throughout the world, and known as “The Pattern,” in pursuit of a larger, more shocking truth.

The FBI’s Fringe Division formed when Special Agent Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv) enlisted the help of institutionalized fringe scientist Walter Bishop (John Noble) and his son, Peter (Joshua Jackson), to save her partner and lover from a shocking, indescribable death. Since then, the Fringe team imagines and tests the impossible while investigating unbelievable events, bizarre crimes and mystifying cases involving teleportation, reanimation, genetic mutation, precognition, artificial intelligence, and now parallel realities.

Series star Anna Torv spoke to the press about how Season 2 promises to answer questions, as well as bring new ones to the surface, while the dynamics between the three lead characters will continue to develop and shift.

Q: How will your character’s experiences with Walter and Peter change in Season 2?

Anna: I feel like it’s undeniable that Walter and Peter are the team, and Olivia is very much this singular person. The more information we get about these drug tests that went on and the abilities that Olivia keeps discovering that she has, you realize that Olivia’s partner is the Pattern. That’s what she’s connected to.

Q: What is the Pattern supposed to be?

Anna: Well, we’re not sure yet. At the moment, it really is just a pattern of events that this team has been investigating. The deeper they get, the same names keep popping up, but we’re still not quite sure. That’s the mystery.

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Anna Photoshoots

Posted by Annie on
September 4th, 2009

Some gorgeous photoshoots:

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  • Fringe Season 2 Promos

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    September 4th, 2009

    Anna Public Appearances

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    September 4th, 2009

    Fringe Season 1 Screencaptures

    Posted by Annie on
    September 4th, 2009

    Check out the new teaser trailer for the new season of Fringe which airs Thursday, Sept. 17

    Fox released this synopsis of the upcoming show.

    NEW CASES AND ENDLESS POSSIBILITES EMERGE ON THE SEASON PREMIERE OF “FRINGE” THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, ON FOX

    In the stunning first season finale, Olivia traveled to an intriguing parallel universe to meet with Massive Dynamic founder William Bell (guest star Leonard Nimoy). Season Two opens with her shocking return to this perplexing alternate reality, while Peter, unknowingly in a race against time with an ominous mobile force, pursues information about Olivia’s visit. Walter reenters the lab to cook up a bit of fringe science, and of course, some custard for Peter’s birthday in the “A New Day in the Old Town” season premiere episode of FRINGE airing Thursday, Sept. 17 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (FR-201) (TV-14 L, V)

    Cast: Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham; Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop; John Noble as Walter Bishop; Lance Reddick as Phillip Broyles; Kirk Acevedo as Charlie Francis; Mark Valley as John Scott; Blair Brown as Nina Sharp; Jasika Nicole as Astrid Farnsworth

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    Leonard Nimoy remains on the ‘Fringe’ at Fox

    Posted by Annie on
    September 4th, 2009

    PASADENA, Calif. — Leonard Nimoy, who made one guest appearance on “Fringe” last season in a pivotal role, will return in Season 2. And, according to the show’s producers, he’s welcome to appear any time.

    “As much as he wants, truly,” executive producer Jeff Pinkner said. “We’ve made an open invitation. We’ve already filmed one of them.”

    “There will be several more for sure,” added executive producer J.H. Wyman.

    (The second-season premiere of “Fringe” is scheduled to air Thursday, Sept. 17, at 8 p.m. on Fox/Ch. 13)

    Anna Torv, who stars as Olivia Dunham on “Fringe,” said it was “extremely” cool to have a sci-fi TV legend like Nimoy — most famous for his “Star Trek” role of Spock — on the set.

    “Unfortunately, the set wasn’t very cool when he was on there, though,” she added. “It was like a heat wave in Vancouver.”

    “Fringe” is produced in Vancouver, British Columbia, where you might think it would be cooler than, say, Los Angeles. But that isn’t always the case.

    “It was 106 degrees outside,” Pinkner said. “And unlike Los Angeles or New York, the sound stages in Vancouver don’t have air-conditioning. It was 120-some degrees inside, and like a pro, (Nimoy) sat there all day. He never went back to his trailer, and did pages and pages and pages of dialogue and scenes with Anna.”

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