For those of us who missed the Iron Man TV spot during the Super Bowl last night…
Because, let’s face it, I’d rather watch paint dry than have to sit through a football game.
Check out this Q&A I participated in with Kirsten Prout, who plays Amanda on ABC Family’s Kyle XY. And watch an all new episode tonight.
Now that Amanda is back, how will things evolve between her and Kyle for the rest of this season?
Kirsten: I think viewers should expect to see a definite change in Amanda, because she grew up in New York. I think there were a lot of emotional experiences that happened with her and she’s really become quite defiant. I think, because Amanda is back, viewers are going to see a bit more backbone and she’s going to stand up for herself. She’s stronger.
Last week, I was able to participate in a Q&A with Summer Glau, who plays Cameron in the new Sarah Connor Chronicles!
One of the things that’s interesting about Cameron is that not only does she have the action scenes, but the comedy is very central to the character. Could you talk about sort of that deadpan attitude that you have to play there?
S. Glau - It’s just Josh Friedman. It was his idea, you know, and it was a fine balance from the pilot to the series, deciding exactly how Cameron was going to relate to the people around her. And I think we all felt that it was a great comic opportunity. It’s been really fun for me.
The Somnambulist, by Jonathan Barnes, is a beautifully written dark mystery.