Zoe Saldana talks Star Trek 2 Action. Plus the Ladies of Zombieland!

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Zoe Saldana reveals a promise J.J. Abrams made to her about Star Trek 2. Plus photos, clips and insights from Zombieland, Dollhouse, Fringe, FlashForward, Supernatural, Eureka, Heroes and Warehouse 13. Embrace the spoilers!


Star Trek 2:

Zoe "Uhura" Saldana says J.J. Abrams has promised her that Uhura will get her own fight scene, or at least some kind of action sequence, in the sequel. "I mean, just [let me] kick a guy in the groin or something!" [Cinematical]


Some new stills focus on the female members of the zombie-killing foursome. [SpoilerTV-Movies]


Now that Echo has been re-integrated with her other personalities and started to retain her identity no matter what, things are going to get hairy. The dynamic between Echo and her "original" personality Caroline will be at the center of season two. And in the season opener, where she's married off to Jamie Bamber things go terribly wrong and Echo starts turning back into Caroline under stress. Which could be a good thing, or a bad thing. [E! Online]


Plus the network released some behind-the-scenes clips and interviews with the creators:


TV Guide gives us a brief primer on the new season, including the alternate universe:


And EW interviews the cast, who talk about the growing relationships between the characters:


In the season opener, Olivia lets down a bit of her guard and has a few tender moments with Peter. And she even asks him for personal help. [EW]


Here's the official description for the season's third episode, "Fracture:"

Peter, Walter, Olivia and Broyles pursue a strange and deadly occurrence in Philadelphia where a bomb blew up inside a train station but left no trace of any explosive device. The perplexing and unexplained set of circumstances returns Walter to the lab to closely examine the human remains where he uncovers an unlikely energy source that triggered the explosion. With the explosive threat of more bombs and links to a classified military project, the intense investigation leads Olivia and Peter to Iraq.


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And John Noble gives some more hints about the new season. [Fringe Television]



Jeffrey Dean Morgan says he's eager to return to the role of the Winchester boys' daddy, if he can find the time. And he feels like his storyline on the show got cut too soon. He also casts doubt on rumors that a sixth season of Supernatural could feature an entirely new cast, rebooting the show without Jared Padalecki or Jensen Ackles. He htinsk those rumors are just designed to stir up the fans. [Sci Fi Wire]

New promo pics show Sam getting his groove back a little bit. [SpoilerTV]


New cast promo pics focus on some of the characters besides Mark and Demetri... including Simon, played by Dominic Monaghan. [SpoilerTV]


Warehouse 13:

We'll be seeing more of the evil McPherson coming up. He's in the season finale, where we learn he has ties with two of the women of the Warehouse, making life a lot more difficult for them — and for Artie. [E! Online]



Taggart won't be in Friday's season finale, but actor Matt Frewer says he's in a "wait and see mode" about apperaing next season. [E! Online]



I don't think we've shown you this behind-the-scenes featurette for the returning show yet:



A few new TV spots for next week's season premiere:



Some new clips from episode four, "Fleas And Casserole":


Additional reporting by Alexis Brown and Lauren Davis.



I'm all for women's lib and all... But why does Zoe feel the need to just kick someone in the crotch or something? Isn't it enough to be smart? No. Smart and pretty? No. Smart, pretty, and the subject of attraction by the two main guys on the ship? No. She wants to kick some crotch!

(What if the alien she kicks in the crotch has no tender parts there?)