Project Blue Book: #SaveBlueBook, Aidan Gillen, Storyboards & More!

We’re into day seven of the Project Blue Book #SaveBlueBook petition. Over 4,000 fans have signed! Have you? If not, please go directly to https://www.change.org/p/save-project-blue-book-the-tv-series-savebluebook and sign and share. Every signature counts as studio executives like to see high numbers. In the next few weeks, we need to accumulate as many as possible as while filming may be shut down, the deal-making in Hollywood is not. Shows are being bought for future seasons right now!

And the petition is international in scope, as you can see from a recent tweet from Carsten, who initiated the petition.

David O’Leary is keeping active on Twitter in regards to the campaign. He reposted this article.

🛸 Meanwhile, some more fun stuff on Project Blue Book!

🛸 Bulent Hasan Storyboards has posted storyboards from the season 1 episode “Flatwoods Monster” and just added storyboards from “The Roswell Incident”. Storyboards are drawn visualizations of scenes and dialogues, so the production folk can see what they want to do. In the old days, they were literally drawn on paper and glued to hardboard; now, iPads make it a lot easier. You can check out the season 2 ones at the Instagram post below, but all of them are now up at his website at https://bulenthasan.com/. That site is definitely worth visiting!

🛸 Aidan Gillen is busy. The FontainesDC posted this neat tweet with a very fast look at their latest video, in which Aidan appears as a talk show host.

Aidan also did an “Ask the Pro” segment for Dublin Youth Theatre on May 13th. If anyone manage to attend (it was full when I tried to sign up) and would like to give a breakdown, it would be great to hear from you!

Full article at https://dublinyouththeatre.com/ask-the-pro-aidan-gillen/.

Nicholas Holmes, aka Joel Hynek, celebrated his 13th birthday. He posted on his Instagram account (which grew quite a bit afterwards!)

And here are some #SaveBlueBook images from the cast’s Instagrams and Twitter…

Project Blue Book cast Instagram Stories on #SaveBlueBook

The cast are also posting sporadically on Instagram (and occasionally Twitter), so you can follow them. Michael continues to post his Music posts, even if he looks half-asleep as he did this week, when he posted at 6 a.m.!

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