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Laura Mennell and Aidan Gillen
Project Blue Book News, Uncategorized

Project Blue Book: “Close Encounters,” “Curse of the Skinwalker” promo, Hynek Brothers Podcast

👽 Some behind the scenes tidbits from the “Close Encounters” episode which aired February 25th. Laura Mennell posted this image of herself and Aidan Gillen in 1976 ‘aged’ Hyneks at her Instagram. Make-up artist Rebecca Lee posted a few shots and details on how they put more beard atop Aidan Gillen’s real beard to achieve …

Interviews, Uncategorized

Jill Morrison: The Women of Project Blue Book

Jill Morrison took time out of her busy schedule to talk with MEA Worldwide (MEAWW)  about Faye and the overall contribution of women to the Project Blue Book series. Morrison plays Captain Quinn’s dedicated assistant, Faye,  a woman in the background who helps the office flow smoothly. In season 2, she gets to interact with …

Jerod Haynes
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Project Blue Book: Stylin’ with Agent Banks of “Close Encounters”

Ever since Project Blue Book premiered on the History Channel last year, fans of vintage fashion have been thrilled with how the wardrobe design folk have been spot-on with their choices, particularly when  it came to the ladies: no matter what the situation, Mimi Hynek (Laura Mennell) and Susie Miller (Ksenia Solo) were always dressed …

Peter Graham-Gaudreau & Jerod Haynes
Interviews, Project Blue Book News, Uncategorized

Behind the scenes on “Men in Black”, Paul Hynek, Laura Mennell & next week’s Project Blue Book episode

🛸He has a face you’ve seen all over TV, but you may not know his name. Actor Peter Graham-Gaudreau has been in dozens of film and TV productions, but Project Blue Book fans will not doubt remember him as the bigoted Sheriff Washington in “Men in Black”, a man who intentionally ignored Agent Banks until …

Jill Morrison
Interviews, Project Blue Book News, Uncategorized

Intense scenes, fish & chips & Australia premiere: News on Project Blue Book’s Jill Morrison, Aidan Gillen & Laura Mennell

As anyone who works in an office is well aware, the assistant (or secretary as they were called in the 1950s) can make or break that office. This person is the gatekeeper, the one who ensures travel arrangements are made, supplies are ordered, higher-ups are placated, and much more. Faye is that person for the …