Project Blue Book File #12920

The past two weeks have been overloaded with new interviews from the cast and crew and each one has a new tidbit. Here are a few of the highlights: interviewed series creator David O’Leary.

O’Leary added that the show tries not to show the same kind of UFO sightings in each episode; some have focused on matters such as an “X-Files”-like chase of something in the forest, people who felt that they made telepathic connections with aliens, and a Kentucky family reporting an alien home invasion. 

While a Season 3 hasn’t been confirmed yet, O’Leary said the show’s team would be interested in producing more episodes. “We have a lot of new ideas, and areas to explore,” he said, again pointing to the hundreds of unresolved cases under Project Blue Book.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JANUARY 17: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Aidan Gillen discusses his career and his new show “Project Blue Book” with “In Depth” with host Larry Flick at SiriusXM Studios on January 17, 2020 in New York City. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

Rotten Tomatoes changed it up a little asking Aidan Gillen about his taste in TV shows.

I do watch stuff on Netflix but there is so much on there and they kind of keep throwing stuff at you that you get two episodes into something that you might really enjoy and suddenly they present you with something else, you know? I don’t have subscriptions to a lot of the big premium services, even though I’ve been in shows on them. A new series comes out on a certain channel, I’ll probably just take a subscription that’s a kind of an on-off subscription. So, if I want to watch season 8 of Game of Thrones, you know, I’ll turn to HBO Go or HBO NOW for a couple of months.

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And there’s a super interview with Aidan Gillen and Michael Malarkey (and a really charming interviewer!) over at ET Live. This is a fun one with both actors talking more about their relationship on and off camera and their thoughts on the most iconic characters they’ve played prior to Blue Book.

Says Michael: “To get a little trippy about it, if I think about myself before I was cast in this role [on ‘Project Blue Book’], I do feel like I was a different person,” he continues. “I guess that’s the conundrum of knowing what to hang on to and what to let go of. It’s a bit metaphysical but that’s how I feel about it.”

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