🛸 Christopher Curtis worked on the season 2 episode “Area 51” and posted a neat behind-the-scenes short video of how they filmed a scene of Hynek and Quinn driving off, followed by a drone filming from above. “Can’t wait to get back on set!” You can watch the full brief video at Christopher’s Instagram account at:
🛸 Fans in Greece are getting both seasons of Project Blue Book, according to the below tweet. Twitter translation says: “The 2nd cycle of the PROJECT BLUE BOOK series comes with 10 episodes! It is about the research on the phenomenon of extraterrestrials that took place between 1952-1970 by the US government. From Tuesday June 2 and every Tuesday & Thursday at 22:00, at Movies Best positions 49 & 349 in #Cytavision”
🛸 The June 8th issue of TV Guide magazine had a great Cheers & Jeers section, in which writer Damian Holbrook gave History Channel a JEERS for not picking up Project Blue Book for season 3.
🛸 Aidan Gillen is one of 50 actors from stage, screen, literature and the music industry participating in the 11th BLOOMSDAY IN BROOKLYN, an annual literary pub crawl featuring readings from James Joyce will this year be presented in an online modern adaptation of the epic and far roaming Ulysses aptly titled BLOOMSDAY LOCK-IN on Saturday, June 20 @ 3pm New York / Eastern time. Broadwayworld.com reports that “All proceeds raised from this world premiere online screening will go directly to Chips Soup Kitchen & Women Center a Brooklyn charitable organization that feeds over 350 meals a day to the homeless, and shelters homeless pregnant women & their infants.” You can read more at https://www.broadwayworld.com/off-broadway/article/Stars-From-Stage-and-Screen-Will-Take-Part-in-BLOOMSDAY-LOCK-IN-20200602 or follow their main site at http://www.tenthousandhours.ie/bloomsday-lockin, which links to their social media feeds as well.
They also posted a new tweet:
🛸 You can watch Aidan Gillen in a trailer for Mr. John, a film by Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor. This trailer was shown during an hour-long interview by London Review Bookshop with filmmakers Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor, who were discussing the latest film Further Beyond, in which Aidan appears briefly. Apparently, Aidan has worked with them on several projects: these two films as well as the latest, Rose Plays Julie. You can watch the interview at
🛸 Lastly, if you’re a fan, you know History decided not to pick up the show for season 3. If you said to yourself… I’ll sign the petition later, or petitions don’t matter…. Sign! There’s no need to wait to sign, and studios DO pay attention to petitions now! And don’t forget to use the hashtag #SaveBlueBook when tweeting and on Instagram! Thanks 😊 https://www.change.org/p/save-project-blue-book-the-tv-series-savebluebook-projectbluebook