News Archive: March 2013|
5th Annual 'all things' Fundraiser
Posted at 1:18 PM (PDT) on Thursday, March 28, 2013
For the fifth year in a row, IBG Inc. is hosting an 'all things' Fundraiser (April - July 2013). The proceeds from this year's global event will benefit SA-YES. For more information on the event and how to be a part of it (from anywhere in the world), go to their official event page!
The German group, X-Philanthropy, is joining them this year. They've got some special Gillian-related goodies in store for those who participate in their marathon. Take a look at their 'all things' marathon page.
London Charity Walk: THANK YOU!
Posted at 12:04 PM (PDT) on Saturday, March 23, 2013
UPDATE from Gillian on March 25:
I just wanted to say thank you so much to everyone who participated in the London Charity Walk for SA-YES on Saturday. I can't believe the weather that you guys braved and am so impressed by your effort and stamina. SA-YES is at a critical time at the moment and both Michelle and I are so grateful for the support. Thank you, Thank you!!!!
To everyone who participated in the London Charity Walk
Gillian sends very heartfelt CONGRATULATIONS
for having made it all the way to Crouch End despite the extremely cold weather!
the walkers and donors VERY MUCH
for all their efforts and for the amazing $3,899.05
raised for SA-YES
Gillian Anderson London Charity Walk
Posted at 2:44 PM (PDT) on Thursday, March 21, 2013
If you're in London, you might want to participate in The Gillian Anderson London Charity Walk
on Saturday 23 March at 10.30am.
It will start at The Royal Court in Sloane Square where Gillian performed The Sweetest Swing in Baseball
and end at Crouch End where she spent her childhood.
They'll be taking in several Gillian-related sights along the way.
For more information, follow them on Twitter
and visit their blog
If you would like to donate or sponsor any of the walkers, you may do so at JustGiving
This event will benefit SA-YES
TXF: Season 10 Comic Book Series
Posted at 11:07 AM (PST) on Monday, March 4, 2013
ECCC EXCLUSIVE: Joe Harris Explores IDW's "X-Files: Season 10"
March 3, 2013
Last month, IDW Publishing announced its plans for an ongoing series based on "The X-Files," one of the biggest sci-fi televisions eries of all time, airing for 9 seasons and inspiring two feature-length films starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as paranormal investigators working for the FBI.
Today at Emerald City Comic Con, IDW announced writer Joe Harris and artist Michael Walsh as the creative team responsible for the further adventures of agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. Beyond that, Harris told CBR News that original "X-Files" creator Chris Carter is executive producing the new title -- subtitled "Season 10" -- saying Carter is "personally reading outlines and scripts, providing feedback and suggestions."
Harris, who recently launched "Great Pacific," a creator-owned series released through Image Comics, spoke exclusively with Comic Book Resources about "X-Files: Season 10," teasing the title's debut story arcs, revealing the status of Scully and Mulder's relationship as the series opens and more.
Emerald City ComicCon
Posted at 11:51 AM (PST) on Sunday, March 3, 2013
ECCC - The Truth is in Here: Gillian Anderson
Sunday, March 3rd, 2013
by Daniel Glendening
SpinOff Online - Comic Book Resources
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the groundbreaking, conspiracy-promoting, cult favorite television series The X-Files. In celebration of the anniversary, Emerald City Comicon brought Gillian Anderson to Seattle for a question-and-answer session. Moderated by Buddy Levy of The History Channel’s Brad Meltzer’s Decoded, Anderson answered fan questions about her X-Files role as Dana Scully, her work in voice acting and stepping into the past with Charles Dickens.
Watch it on YouTube.
Sumatran Orangutan Society Auction
Posted at 8:07 PM (PST) on Saturday, March 2, 2013
Gillian has donated a signed copy of The Adventures of Oliver Twist from the Centennial Edition of the Complete Works of Charles Dickens.
Published by Heron Books in 1970 to celebrate 100 years after the death of Dickens, the book is bound in green kidron (faux leather) with decorative board and spine, and is beautifully illustrated by George Cruikshank.
This item is being auctioned as part of the Jungle VIP Auction, all proceeds to the Sumatran Orangutan Society (SOS). Sumatran orangutans are critically endangered and could be the first Great Ape species to go extinct unless we act now to save their rainforest home. By bidding you can help SOS in their work to protect orangutans, their forests and their future.
Posted at 12:12 PM (PST) on Friday, March 1, 2013
The award-winning actress talks about life, death and her most challenging year yet.
By Samantha Wood
Psychologies Magazine UK: April 2013
Next month sees Anderson take the lead role in The Fall, a five-part Belfast-based BBC thriller where she plays Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson.
Does she feel she is at all like her character, who is smart, brave and ballsy? 'Well, probably yes,' she laughs, adding 'but I like her a whole lot more.'
I've seen the first episode of your new thriller The Fall and thought it was brilliant.
Really? It's so hard for me to tell what people are going to think so I'm relieved to hear you appreciate it. But you couldn't say anything else really, could you? [Laughs]. Sometimes people will just say, 'I saw it' then won't say anything else and I'd be left reading into that, thinking what might they mean?
What did you like most about your character, Stella?
I aspire to be more like her. Stella's so 'in' her body and comfortable with who she is. She has a very strong sense of how that manifests in the way that she dresses, and she's very smart. Plus, she's nice to people. I just think she's great. I think she's going to be good for women.