Project Blue Book: #SaveBlueBook petition hits 25K, Aidan Gillen, Michael Malarkey, Laura Mennell and more!

December 19, 2020 – This week’s wrap-up of show and actor news.

🛸  The #SaveBlueBook petition for season 3 of Project Blue Book has now reached 25,000 signatures! Keep spreading the word (and link to) of the petition.

🛸 For those preferring a download and not just streaming, the site ProStudioMasters offers the new Project Blue Book soundtrack album for download at

🛸 Aidan Gillen’s co-star Emmett Scanlan posted a candid snap of himself and Aidan from the Irish series Kin.

And, it appears at least part of the filming of Aidan’s series Kin has wrapped, according to director Diarmuid Goggins.

Aidan’s film Rose Plays Julie has been extended to December 27th for U.S. viewers in Maryland, Virginia & Washington DC. Read tweet below for full details!

🛸 Michael Malarkey will be doing another Twitch gig next week. Date to be announced. He also recently did a podcast, going back to his musical roots. He’ll announce when that is up for listening, so follow him on his Twitter or Instagram.

Screencap from Michael Malarkey’s December 17, 2020 Twitch Q&A

🛸 Laura Mennell chats at length with @yvrscreenscene’s Sabrina Rani Furminger on many things, including her role as Mimi Hynek in Project Blue Book. “…Her relationship with Susie, just overall, was a really interesting thing to play with… I loved that.”  It’s a fun interview, but if you’re pressed for time, the Blue Book talk begins at the 31-minute mark, but try to listen to it all! Cuz you gotta listen to them talk about … pie. And Laura mentions the gift that Michael Malarkey gave her. 😊

🛸 Laura has started a virtual Vancouver Film Industry Campaign with friends to benefit the very worthy cause of the Greater Vancouver Food Bank. Full details are at her Instagram post below:

🛸 Neal McDonough has “signed on to star in, produce and co-write Boon, the sequel to the actor’s movie Red Stone. In Red Stone, McDonough plays Boon, a henchman for Southern crime lord Jed Haywood  (Michael Cudlitz).” Read more at

🛸 Jill Morrison (Faye) can be seen in the Lifetime movie, Forever Christmas, airing December 23rd at 8:00 a.m. ET. (A reality TV producer is assigned to work on a holiday-themed series about a mysterious man who enjoys a year-round celebration of Christmas, but when she feels a romantic interest in him, she feels a newfound sense of the Christmas spirit.)

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