The video of Summer’s panel that took place at the Fantasy Con in Salt Lake city earlier this year has been published. You can check it out below and hear what Summer has to say about the sources of her inspirations, preparations for her roles, the importance of her fiance and her family and more.
We have added captures from the video which you can find in the gallery.
Summer has won the award for “best actress” for her performance in Inside the box at the 26th Spanish “L’Alfàs del Pi” film festival. For the jury, her performance was the most prominent among all the 25 short films that participated this year. Huge congratulations to Summer for this achievement!
Wonderful news! The first trailer for Summer’s new show Sequestered has been released. It introduces you to the main characters including Summer as jury member Anna and gives you a few insights on whats going to happen when the show premiers August 5. So check it out below! (The trailer might not be available in all countries). If you can’t see the video, follow this link.
Here are a few caps from the trailer. The rest is up in the gallery.
The jury’s in on Crackle’s new legal thriller Sequestered, which stars Summer Glau (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) as a juror forced to choose between her beliefs and the safety of her family.
The show also stars Jesse Bradford (Bring It On) as an attorney who discovers a big conspiracy as he defends a man accused of murdering the 8-year-old son of a state governor (Patrick Warburton). Shawn Ku (Beautiful Boy) and Kevin Tancharoen (Mortal Kombat: Legacy) are the directors. Six episodes will premiere on Aug. 5, followed by another six episodes on Oct. 14.
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Hope you had an awesome time and were able to meet and take a picture with Summer. As always, if you want to share your images or stories, don’t hesitate to send an email or post it in the comments below.
Tomorrow is her last day, so make sure to visit her booth if you want to meet her. Don’t forget that her queue tends to get very long, so make sure to go visit her booth ASAP (You better make sure to get to the convention center around 7:00). As always, if you want to share your images or stories, don’t hesitate to send an email or post it in the comments below.
Summer will not be able to attend the preview night of the convention:
Due to a flight reschedule Summer Glau will not be able to appear on the Friday preview night, but will be at the event over the weekend.
Anyone with Friday photo shoot tickets will either be able to use them on Saturday or Sunday, or can bring them to the sales desk for a refund.
The organizers have also added the schedule with photo op and talk times. You can find the one for Saturday here and the one for Sunday here. Photo times are Saturday 9:30 to 10:15 and 14:05 to 14:50. Sunday 9:30 to 9:55 and 16:20 to 16:45. It looks like she will not have a talk. Note that the schedule might change.
A lot of new information on Summer’s new show Sequestered have been released. We now know that Summer will play the role of Anna, a juror that has to make life threatening decisions by choosing between her believes and the safety of her family while deliberating the fate of a potentially innocent man.
The 12-episode series follows a group of jurors confined to a hotel while deliberating a huge court case with life-changing implications. Judging by the poster, the jurors develop contentious relationships — hardly anybody is looking directly at anyone else, and there are side-eye glares to spare.
“The premise for Sequestered is pretty unique; it’s not quite like any other TV show I’ve seen,” Bradford told Yahoo TV. “We tried to make each moment fast-paced and exhilarating. I’m curious to see if we get the same reaction from audiences that I had while reading the script. I’m glad to be a member of the Crackle family; we’re very lucky to have assembled such a talented cast and crew.”
The show will premiere on Crackle on August 5. They will split the season and show the first 6 episodes. The rest will be shown on Crackle starting October 14.
Danny Firmin (Bradford), a young attorney with a promising career, begins to uncover a major conspiracy behind his big case defending the alleged murderer of Governor Mark Bennett’s (Warburton) 8-year-old son. Sequestered juror Anna (Glau) is forced to choose between her beliefs and the safety of her family while deliberating the fate of a potentially innocent man. Surprising alliances form, sparking tensions and testing morals as Anna puts her life on the line to expose the conspiracy and find true justice for all involved.
It’s completely different from anything Summer has done before and it Sounds extremely interesting, so if you have the chance to see it you better don’t miss it.
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