Project Blue Book: New fan site, Aidan Gillen, Michael Malarkey, Laura Mennell & Zach McGowan

November 15, 2020 – Various tidbits on the show and its cast.

🛸 It’s been six months since the History Channel dropped the bombshell that viewers would not be getting season 3 of Project Blue Book. Despite this unexpected news, the fans aren’t giving up. They’re keeping the show visible on Twitter with the #SaveBlueBook hashtag. Next month, a new fan site devoted to #SaveBlueBook will be unveiled. Follow https://twitter.com/Carsten1186 for the latest on the Save Blue Book campaign and the debut of this site.

🛸 As previously reported, Aidan Gillen is currently working on a new 8-part TV series, KIN, which began recently filming in Ireland. You can follow showrunner Peter McKenna at his Twitter account to see the latest on what is occurring during filming.

🛸 If you live in the U.S. and missed Aidan’s Rose Plays Julie when it was available for viewing online, your worries are over. It will air again in the U.S. with https://twitter.com/Film_Movement in Spring 2021.

The musical score by https://twitter.com/stephenmckeon for Rose Plays Julie is now available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, etc.

🛸 In between auditions and family life, Michael Malarkey has settled his Twitch chats down to Tuesdays and Fridays. The best way to keep track of these sessions (there can be last minute changes) is to follow Michael on Twitter. Here’s a picture of Michael’s reaction from last Friday’s session when the baby woke up during a song session.

🛸 Laura Mennell posted the official trailer for her short film, Circle, to her Instagram. The film will come out in early 2021.

🛸 Zach McGowan, who played Duncan Booker in season 2’s “The Roswell Incident” parts 1 & 2, has new projects in the works. The first film is the hybrid live-action/animated family comedy Ollie, about a 13-year-old boy who is having a tough time at his local skatepark. More details at https://deadline.com/2020/11/film-mode-mario-lopez-comedy-ollie-jeremy-piven-last-call-1234612087/. The second film is Sanctioning Evil, an indie action-thriller starring Tobias Truvillion (Hitch), Taryn Manning (Orange is the New Black), Zach McGowan (Shameless), Chris Tardio (Younger) and Tasha Lawrence (The Looming Tower). Zach plays a charismatic congressman. More details on its production at https://deadline.com/2020/11/tobias-truvillion-taryn-manning-sanctioning-evil-jaclyn-bethany-the-falling-world-ashley-reyes-slayer-film-briefs-1234608050/.

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