Nathan Fillion
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After a lot of looking about the net i have found 005 new LQ/MQ stills of Nathan from his time on Buffy The Vampire Slayer and on top of that i have as well found one new behind the scenes photo from Buffy to.

– Television Appearances > Buffy the Vampire Slayer > Episode Stills
– Television Appearances > Buffy the Vampire Slayer > Behind The Scenes

I have added in over 700 MQ screen caps from Castle 1×05 – A Chill Goes Through Her Veins to the gallery.

– Castle > 1×05 – A Chill Goes Through Her Veins Screen Caps

Nathan attended a event last night in L.A for the Disney-ABC Television Group Summer Press Tour Party for his show Castle. So far i have only found 002 photos from it im hoping to find more soon, If you have some photos from this please send them into me.

– Public Apperances > 2009 > Disney-ABC Television Group Summer Press Tour Party

I’ve just added in 009 MQ/HQ new stills from the 2005 film Serenity into the gallery. Screen Caps from Serenity are coming very soon maby tomorrow or monday.

Movie Productions > Serenity > Stills

Tonight I’ve have added in over 120 MQ screen caps from to Lost 3×06 I Do into the gallery enjoy.

Lost 3×06 I Do

HOLLYWOOD – The warehouse interior filled with a seemingly random collection of industrial-looking equipment and cables abruptly gives way to what looks like a penthouse apartment – a study, then a sitting room, leading to a great room culminating in a boutique kitchen.

But it’s in the middle of a warehouse, and the windows don’t look out on a panoramic cityscape; rather, they look out on a giant photograph of a panoramic cityscape. And the cool, underlit Plexiglas stairway doesn’t wind its way up to some fabulous loft bedroom but to an unlit, unfinished space behind a wall with a couple more mounds of cables.

“That’s the magic of Hollywood for you,” says Nathan Fillion, the actor who plays writer Richard Castle in the ABC series, Castle. This fake penthouse is the home of the fake best-selling author. “It’s a stairway to nowhere.”

The nation’s television critics were invited to roam about the penthouse set of Castle during this summer’s annual press tour of network briefings on the fall season.

It’s hard not to be impressed by the painstaking attention to detail that goes into choosing the accessories that appoint a fictitious character’s make-believe apartment.

Richard Castle is a successful and well-traveled man, so there is a basket of antique globes. He’s a man’s man, so there is a collection of sabers and rapiers in the corner and a giant photo of a lion hanging on a wall. He’s a writer, so, of course, there are lots and lots of books. But he’s a mystery writer, which explains the collection of antique locks.

Given all the character-enhancing thought that has been given to the furnishings, there’s got to be a reason why an ancient Underwood typewriter stands next to a sleek Epson printer. Sure enough, there is.

“Richard has a foot in both worlds,” says show creator Andrew W. Marlowe. “He’s an old-fashioned writer, but he’s also a gadget guy. He loves his iPhone.”

Don’t tell me he Twitters. Of course he does.

“He’s discovered what a great storytelling device Twitter can be, so he set up an account, ‘writerCastle.’ He’s in the Hamptons for the summer, and while he was walking on the beach, he found a foot. So he’s writing eight to 10 posts a day about what he’s finding out about that foot and what happened to the person who lost it.”


Between the recent release of the animated “Green Lantern: First Flight” and the acquisition of Ryan Reynolds for 2011’s live-action “Green Lantern” movie, the willpower of Lantern-lovers finally seems to be winning out in Hollywood. Heck, there was even that amazingly well-done “Green Lantern” fan trailer that cast Nathan Fillion as DC’s Emerald Avenger.

When MTV News caught up with Fillion, the “Castle” and “Firefly” star voiced his support for both the faux trailer and Reynolds’ qualifications to wield the most powerful weapon in the universe.

“A friend of mine, P.J., introduced me to this fan trailer, a fan-made trailer of me as the Green Lantern, which tickled me to no end,” Fillion told MTV News. “It was actually really incredibly well done.”

As for Warner Brothers’ casting choice, Fillion said, “The fact is, Ryan Reynolds has been chosen for ‘Green Lantern,’ and I can’t think of anyone better. He’s got the look, he’s got the talent, he’s got the chops, he’s got the build – the abs, he’s got superhero written all over him.”

The actor’s latest comic book role as the voice of Steve Trevor in the animated “Wonder Woman” film might help explain why he’s okay with not having to don Green Lantern’s ring.

“I’m a little more like [a] sidekick, I’m a little more comic relief, whereas I know Ryan is going to handle [the role] beautifully,” said Fillion. “Ryan knows exactly what he’s doing and having worked with him for over two years, I know how he handles himself, I know how he attacks things and I’m a big fan.”

“I just went and saw ‘The Proposal,’ and I just love him so much,” he added. “He does really, really good work. … We’ve actually exchanged a couple of e-mails just recently, just yakking about it. I’m very excited for him.


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