Summer Glau is in tons of science fiction shows and movies, but how does she interact with her non-human co-stars when the cameras stop rolling? The fun new web series Jeff 1000 follows a 10-foot tall robot actor who hangs out with Glau both at work and in their private time.
Summer Glau played one of our favorite robots in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Now she's starring in a new webseries, Jeff 1000, about a former industrial robot who wants to break into acting. Here's your exclusive first look at the trailer. Plus Glau told us what she would have done in T:SCC season three.
Arrow kicks off its second season on October 9th with a new, but familiar face. Summer Glau joins the cast and has an icy glare at the ready.
The good news: Arrow is back in action after a long hiatus, and I'm refering both to the character and the surprisingly awesome TV series, which returns on October 9th. The other good news: We get our first look at the new (third?) Black Canary in action in this Comic-Con trailer (the new stuff starts at about 1:22).
Summer Glau has a new catchphrase, "Happiness is a warm gun" — and the resourcefulness to back it up, in this exclusive clip from tonight's episode of Alphas. Too bad she's up against someone who has special abilities of his own — and she's trapped in an inescapable maze thingy. How will Summer Glau rescue her…
People keep writing to us and begging for news about Knights of Badassdom, the movie about RPG nerds fighting actual monsters that stars Summer Glau and Peter Dinklage. So we asked around... and there's no news. Basically, the movie still has no release date. We will definitely let you know when we hear any more…
Last night's Alphas — "Catch and Release" — gave us a brief appearance by Summer Glau as Skylar, Nina's partying buddy turned government fugitive. In this episode, Skylar's a technosavant who can invent futuristic devices using household devices within minutes. In short, she's a modern Ada Lovelace with Siouxsie…
We recently talked to Knights of Badassdom director Joe Lynch, who showed us new footage from his LARPing-meets-demons movie. He explained why this movie avoids CGI, what genre this is, and why this is the most authentic LARPing movie ever.
Last night's Knights of Badassdom panel didn't just unveil the movie's trailer; we also got to see a clip showcasing Peter Dinklage's fake sword-fighting prowess. We also learned just who all the characters are in this faux-medieval adventure comedy.
Move over Spider-Man — this movie is guaranteed to make fandom explode. Behold The Knights of Badassdom starring Summer Glau, Peter Dinklage, Ryan Kwanten, and Danny Pudi. This is going to be amazing.
It seems to be semi-official that The Cape has been dry-cleaned and folded for the last time. And we've heard people talking about a "Summer Glau Curse," in which no power in the 'verse can keep her on the air.
Last night's episode of The Cape was just as caricaturish and exaggerated as all the previous installments — but this time, there was a hefty dose of creepiness instead of just silliness. And Summer Glau got to play River Tam!
You're going to have to start reading aloud from the comic-book version of The Cape yourself, because the television show isn't sticking around for as long as originally planned. NBC has slashed its order for the show's first season from 13 episodes to 10 episodes. Add to that the show's continuing weak ratings, and…
A runaway train full of costumed lunatics made for a weirdly entertaining episode of The Cape, but it's also a great metaphor for the show itself. Here are all the catchphrases from last night's episode that you'll need to memorize.
The Cape is totally ludicrous and silly, but there's something kind of lovable about a show that believes in pulp archetypes so much that its characters are nothing else. What is The Cape, under his cape? He's naked. Spoilers ahead...
Superheroes have often served as metaphors for American power. In World War II, they punched Hitler. In the Vietnam era, they agonized. And so on. So what does The Cape, NBC's latest superhero show, say about America? Basically, we're screwed.
John Wirth was one of the main writers for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, and now he's showrunner of NBC's The Cape, launching Sunday. We caught up with him to ask about moving from killer robots to supervillains. Spoilers ahead...
What sort of foot-long sandwich does Summer Glau like? Find out in quasi-pornographic detail, involving a thigh-knife, in this clip from last night's Chuck. Which also guest-starred Rob Riggle as that guy from The Daily Show. Spoilers ahead!
How cornball will The Cape, NBC's new Batman-esque superhero show, get? Just watch these two new TV spots that aired during Sunday Night Football. One-liners, smoke bombs, acrobatics, and circus folk. What do you think: Guilty pleasure, or shared pain?
"Baby Doll" Riley was a stunt-double in Watchmen, Serenity and Catwoman. ActionFlickChick interviews her about skimpy superhero-outfits and the head-injury she sustained as River Tam. Saddest bit: her memory's bad because "I've been hit in the head quite a bit."