I just read this from his most recent interview about a movie that I normally wouldn't bother to watch unless I was extremely bored and there was nothing on tv (and not even then, really), but now I want to see it just because he's in it. Which is sad. But it is DA.

TVGuide.com: I still get emails from readers asking if Heroes' Adam Monroe might live to see another day. Are you hearing anything?

Anders: By the way, that's me sending you those emails. No, I have no idea. It's kinda hard to come back from a pile of ash! Still, there's 400 years of my character's history that they can always time-travel back to. But that was a trip, playing a drunken Samurai warrior. And Masi [Oka] was a joy to work with.

So it sounds like he wants to do it. And he pointed out that oh so sensible flashback potential. And Kring now wants to do early Company history. Come on, man. It's the only way you're going to get the Adam people watching again, even if only for one episode.
guanin: (claude love me)
( Mar. 7th, 2009 01:12 pm)
This only took me this side of forever (so sorry about that), but it took me a couple of days. Anyway, here it is!

Random association meme.
Ask me to associate you with five things. When I do this, post this meme and an explanation of your interest in those five things in your journal.

[livejournal.com profile] g0shawk associated me with:

David Anders

meme )
Hey guys. I found this today while trying to wake up sufficiently to do some work. For those of you who don't know, David has a new movie called The Revenant where he plays a vampire. I have no idea when it's coming out (like so many of his movies, it obnoxiously lacks a release date) or even if it looks any good or if it will turn out to be completely lame, but the trailer made me laugh. There's an official website here with pictures and videos, though I think only the youtube ones have him.
You know how I just posted that Sark picture. Well, now I keep staring at it and can't concentrate on my writing. I have a bit of a laugh attack. I get those sometimes. I'm sure it'll go away soon enough. I've also been struck by this freakish, out of nowhere, Adam/Sark bunny. DON'T LOOK AT ME LIKE THAT. I'm too obsessed for my own good, I swear.
All five seasons finally done! That only took me about a month and half. Two months. Something like that. God, I'm compulsive.

I'm also taking advantage of this entry to show off my new Jack icon. Jack Bristow is made of WIN.

Now I need to watch the second season of Dexter. But first, writing. And a shower.

And here, have some Sark )
guanin: (david guh)
( Apr. 12th, 2008 07:42 pm)
Instead, what am I doing? Looking at David Anders pictures. Because he's too damn gorgeous and I can't look away.

I've also just finished watching Tinman. It's wonderful! The sets and the costumes and the stroytelling and just everything is magnificent. It's a brilliant retelling of the Oz universe, which I loved as a child. I always wanted to read the whole series, but the bookstores only had very few, if any at all, so I only read five or six. I highly recommend it (the movie, but the books are great, too).

There's a moth outside my window. It keeps fluttering about the screen, unsatified with its perch, still only for a few moments before it shivers away again.
10. You spend over an hour looking for HQ Heroes screencaps.

9. You're downloading pictures of him instead of doing homework.

8. Half of your icons are of him.

7. You take" breaks" from what you're doing to watch Alias clips.

6. You pause videos to stare at his hands Mmm, hands )

5. You think he looks really good in handcuffs )

4. You love his clothes so much you want to steal them and leave him naked I want that jacket )

3. Almost every fic you've written in the past three months has Adam in it.

2. You use time that could be spent productively making a list like this.

1. The main character in your new original novel looks just like him. And his name is David. *hangs head in shame*


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