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Thursday, August 30, 2012

New Pictures From the Set of Revolution

We have some new pictures from the Set of Revolution. Click to open the gallery.






Wednesday, August 29, 2012

NBC's Revolution Films in Chadbourn

Revolution Train   NBC’s Revolution is filming in Chadbourn this week until Thursday.

   Tuesday, the crew filmed off of Railroad Street near the train tracks, where a train with smoke coming from it was visible on the tracks. It marks the first time in nearly a year that the train tracks have seen any action.

   Crew members said they picked Chadbourn because they don’t have to worry about being interrupted by other trains.


Source:  WECT

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

10 U.S. Cities for Revolution's Pilot Screening

   A Revolution is coming next month to 10 U.S. cities, including Denver, Chicago and Philadelphia. NBC is set today to announce the top ten markets from its "Powered by the People" voting campaign on behalf of the network's new J.J. Abrams/Eric Kripke drama.

Then final screening locations are:


Denver
Chicago
Philadelphia
New York
Los Angeles
Seattle
Salt Lake City
Atlanta
Minneapolis
Boston


   The New York screening will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 4, on a Hudson River pier. As part of the promotion there, power to the pier will be shut off (a reference to the show's central plot point, in which the world's electricity disappears) — and 100 bicyclists ("power pedalers") will manually generate power to support the screening's projection and audio. The other cities' screenings will take place on Thursday, Sept. 6.

Source:  TVGuide

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Revolution Vs. Person of Interest

   "Person of Interest" is an intriguing show about our current society, drenched in technology, involving surveillance that watches our every move. A machine then processes all of that information, predicting crimes to a precise degree.

   "Revolution," on the other hand, is a new series that involves a future Earth without any technology. There is no running water, no cars, no planes, no anything involving machines of any kind. Although the ideas are on opposite sides of the spectrum, they have a few similarities that may attract the same types of viewers.

RevolutionPerson of Interest

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Jeff Fahey Joins the Cast of Revolution


   NBC’s J.J. Abrams-produced Revolution, which earlier this summer added Lost alum Elizabeth Mitchell to its ensemble, has cast another familiar face from the island drama — Jeff Fahey — in a guest-starring role.


   Fahey will guest-star in the fifth episode as a character named Hutch, a show rep tells TVLine. There is no more information about his character or if he will appear in more than one episode.

Source:  TVLine

Monday, August 20, 2012

Character Profile: Miles Matheson

New video about Miles Matheson. Check it out!

Blackout: The EMP Theory

   There are a lot of rumors about the cause of the Blackout lately, but the one that everyone thinks is the most plausible is the Electromagnetic Pulse. This article describes very well the consequences of such phenomena.


Saturday, August 11, 2012

Character Profile: Captain Neville

We have new video about the bad guy, Captain Neville. Check it out!

Character Profile: Charlie Matheson

We have a new video about Charlie Matheson. Check it out!

Monday, August 6, 2012

First Look at Elizabeth Mitchell as Rachel

   TV Line got the exclusive new pics of Elizabeth Mitchel in the role of Rachel. In this two pictures you can se her in a flashback scene with a child Charlie.

   Mitchell was asked to join the series after Rescue Me’s Andrea Roth had already shot the pilot — the change took place, Kripke recently said, because the character’s future made its creative team “realize that there were facets of that character that Elizabeth would be best-suited to play.”




Source:  TV Line

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Derek Webster Joins the Cast of Revolution

Derek Webster
   Acording to EW, the producers has cast Derek Webster for a recurriong role in Revolution. This is the article.

   An actor from NBC’s Harry’s Law has found refuge on the network’s new fall action drama Revolution.

   The J.J. Abrams-produced series has cast Derek Webster in a recurring role as Nicholas. He’s a strong rebel leader who faces off against Billy Burke’s character Miles, who’s on the run from a militia.

   Webster has also appeared in FX’s Damages and the 1994 film version of Stargate. He joins another recent cast addition to the show, Lost‘s Elizabeth Mitchell. Revolution goes 15 years into the future of America after a blackout has wiped out all electronics. The series premieres Monday, Sept. 17 at 10 p.m. on NBC.

Source:  EW

New Pictures of the Set

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Revolution will be filming at the Wallace Airport

Revolution will be filming at the Wallace airport on Tuesday night.

Members of the crew obtained a permit allowing them to use pyrotechnics, according to Pender County Deputy Fire Marshal Tommy Batson. Batson said the filming should start as soon as it gets dark and will continue into early in the morning on Wednesday.

Batson said because the airport is small and is used for mainly private planes, it will not cause problems.

Source: WECT

Revolution Attended Television Critics Association

   On July 24 the Revolution cast attended the Television Critics Association to talk about the show. They gave us some really cool news about the structure of the show. This is what some media reported about the meeting.

Revolution Cast