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Thanks to Radio Times and Outlander TV News, here is the first official photo of the First Nation Canadian actors who will be playing member of the Cherokee and Mohawk Nations in the upcoming fourth season of Outlander.

The following are quotes from executive producer/writer Matthew B. Roberts made to the folks at Radio Times on how the production approached portraying these characters:

“Every department, from Production design to costume and hair and make-up does a huge amount of research to ensure we create a world that feels authentic to the time and place.  To build our Native American world, they have learned traditional techniques, from canoe building to hand weaving and, to populate that world, we have welcomed a great team from Canada to play both the speaking and supporting roles of the Cherokee and Mohawk Nations in Outlander season four.”

Here is the picture:

Outlander will be back in November on Starz.

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The final day of WonderCon 2018 came to close this afternoon, and the day’s event included a Lucifer episode screening this morning that was to include a special video message from of the show’s stars while this afternoon some of the creative minds behind The CW’s new DC series Black Lightning discussed the hit new show after screening this Tuesday’s upcoming episode.

You can find out what was shared during the Black Lightning panel courtesy of Albert Ching at CBR here.

If you want to see some cool cosplayers who were at WonderCon 2018, check out the pictures taken by Jose Vasquez and posted at Temple of Geek as well as those pictures taken by the folks at ComingSoon.Net:

Day One

Day Two

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

Until next year!

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Matt Ryan in Constantine

The second day of WonderCon 2018 is now behind us and our very own Dominick Dusseault was, once again, there to snap some great pictures of some of the panels that were featured throughout the day at the Anaheim Convention Center.

Eline Powell, Series Lead in Siren

The network and streaming TV shows he was able to cover included the following:

Matt Ryan who was the star of the one-season live-action TV series Constantine who has returned to voice the character of John Constantine in the new animated series Constantine: City of Demons, which is now streaming on the CW Seed website.

Siren:

Siren is set in the picturesque town of Bristol Cove where lives are changed when mermaids come ashore, starting a war between man and mermaid. The series debuts on Freeform on March 29.

Panelists (Left to Right): Eric Wald (Writer), Rena Owen (Cast Member), Ian Verdun (Cast Member), Eline Powell (Series Lead), Alex Roe (Cast Member), Sibongile Mlambo (Cast Member), and Emily Whitesell (Creator).

Supermansion is the base for the League of Freedom, a superhero group, that is led by the aging superhero Titanium Rex and located in the fictional Storm City. Titanium Rex and his fellow superheroes Black Saturn, American Ranger, Jewbot/Robobot, Cooch, and Brad struggle to keep the team relevant even if it involves fighting an assortment of supervillains. The third season of Supermansion will premiere on Crackle on May 7.

Panelists (Left to Right): Heidi Gardner (Writer-Voice Actor), Breckin Meyer (Voice Actor), Yvette Nicole Brown (Voice Actor, Zeb Wells (Writer-Voice Actor) and Matthew Senreich (Writer-Voice Actor).

Panelists (Left to Right): Breckin Meyer and Yvette Nicole Brown

Timeless:

The NBC time-travel series Timeless was saved from an abrupt cancellation last year three days after the axe fell; and the seconds season got underway on March 11 with the next new episode set to air tonight, March 25.

Panelists (Left to Right): Jim Halterman (Moderator), Shawn Ryan (Creator), Paterson Joseph (Cast Member), Sakina Jaffrey (Cast Member), Goran Visnjic (Cast Member) and Malcolm Barrett (Series Lead).

Panelists (Left to Right): Sakina Jaffrey and Goran Visnjic.

Krypton:

The new Syfy series Krypton debuted on March 21. The series follows Superman’s grandfather, Seg-El, whose family, the House of El, has been ostracized and shamed. The next new episode will air on March 28.

Panelists (Left to Right): Damian Holbrook (Moderator), Cameron Welsh (Executive Producer), Wallis Day (Cast Member), Cameron Cuffe (Series Lead), Georgina Campbell (Cast Member), Shaun Sipos (Cast Member) and Dan Evans (DC Entertainment).

Panelists (Left to Right): Wallis Day, Cameron Cuffe and Georgina Campbell.

Impulse:

The YouTube Red series will follow 16-year-old Henrietta, aka Henry, who discovers she has the ability to teleport. The first time she realizes this, she is in a truck with her high school’s Golden Boy, who tries to rape her. She has a seizure and teleports, in the course of which she inadvertently crushes him, leaving him a paraplegic. The series will debut this summer.

Panelists (Left to Right): Doug Liman (Executive Producer), Gene Klein (Executive Producer), Lauren LeFranc (Showrunner), Missi Pyle (Series Lead), Maddie Hasson (Series Lead) and Daniel Maslany (Cast Member).

And, he covered one upcoming box office movie:

Bad Samaritan:

The film Bad Samaritan focuses on a poor restaurant valet who uses the cars entrusted to him by the restaurant clientele to break into their homes. One night, he finds more than he bargained for when breaking into one house only to discover a woman imprisoned there. Frightened of going to jail, he abandons her and calls the police, only to find himself in a game of cat-and-mouse with the psychotic home owner. The film will be released on May 4, 2018.

Panelists (Left to Right): Scott Mantz (Moderator), Dean Devlin (Director), Brandon Boyce (Writer), Jacqueline Byers (Cast Member), Carlito Olivero (Cast Member) and Kerry Condon (Cast Member).

COMING NEXT: Day Three of WonderCon 2018 report.

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Day Two of WonderCon 2018 took place all day today at the Anaheim Convention Center with plenty of TV shows on tap. Among those show were the following:

Into the Badlands:

The first TV series on the schedule was the AMC action-adventure Into the Badlands. You can read up on what Dino-Ray Ramos at Deadline had to say about the panel here.

Here is a direct link for the official season 3 trailer that was shown for the AMC series, which will return on April 22:

Siren:

The brand new Freeform fantasy drama Siren will debut on March 29. Courtesy of Jenna Busch, reporting for ComingSoon.Net, you can learn about what was discussed during the panel as well as a new video for the series and some promo pictures.

Timeless:

You can check out a video of the Timeless panel that happened this afternoon, featuring several of the cast members – sans Matt and Abigail, though – courtesy of Kirsten Running:

Here is what our very own Roz had to share on Twitter during the Timeless panel:

“Watching #timeless next to @ShawnRyanTV at WonderCon 2018. What a great way to watch an episode about Hollywood.”

Roz also received a Twitter response from Shawn Ryan himself, joking “You didn’t say hi!” to which Roz remarked back on Twitter “But we talked in the press room. And it was dark.”

This is a perfect example of why Wonder Con is so much fun to attend!

Lost in Space:

The Netflix “remake” of Lost in Space, which will debut on April 13, took to the stage this afternoon, and you can learn what went down during the panel courtesy of David Griffin at IGN.

You can also check out the coverage provided by Dino-Ray Ramos at Deadline here.

Jenna Busch at ComingSoon.Net shared her insights into the panel as well as a new trailer for the streaming series and some cool promo pictures here.

Krypton:

The new Syfy series Krypton, which debuted on March 21, was one of the featured panels this afternoon.

Kaitlyn Booth at Bleeding Cool had this to say about what was said and shared during the panel, including some photos of the panelists.

James Comtois – from Syfy – had this to share about the Krypton panel.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.:

Albert Ching from CBR gives a run-down of what took place during the Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. panel from this afternoon. You can read his piece here.

And, Dino-Ray Ramos from Deadline had this to share about how the panel differed from those in the past.

A new episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will air on ABC this coming Friday, March 30.

Photo Credit: @GeekGirlPenPals

A Series of Unfortunate Events:

Thanks to the folks @GeekGirlPenPals, please check out the picture below of Nathan Fillion, as he introduces an episode from the second season of A Series of Unfortunate Events, which will air on Netflix on March 30. Nathan will play Jacques Snicket in season 2.

COMING NEXT: Photographs from Day Two of WonderCon 2018 from our very own Dominick Dusseault.

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Our monthly guest commentator Roz got to have the opportunity of a lifetime at this year’s WonderCon!!

Not only did she get the chance to interview the one and only Nichelle Nichols, the original Uhura from Star Trek, but she also got her picture taken with the legendary lady!!

Be on the look-out for Roz’s interview with Ms. Nichols very soon; but for now check out her great photo opp below:

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The first day of Wonder Con 2018 is now over and our very own Dominick Dusseault was there to snap some great pictures of just a few of the TV panels that were featured throughout the day at the Anaheim Convention Center.

The TV shows he was able to cover included the following:

The Expanse:

Panelists (Left to Right):

Kyle Hill (Because Science, MythBusters: The Search), Moderator
Cas Avnar, Cast Member
Frankie Adams, Cast Member
Naren Shankar, Writer

The Expanse will be back for its third season on Syfy on April 11. Any details on the panel for which I can track down will be provided Saturday afternoon.

Cloak & Dagger:

Panelists (Left to Right):

Jeph Loeb, Marvel Executive
Aubrey Joseph, Lead Star
Olivia Holt, Lead Star
Joe Pokaski, Creator
Gina Prince-Bythewood, Director

Cloak & Dagger will debut on Freeform on June 7. Any details on the panel for which I can track down will be provided Saturday afternoon.

The 100:

Panelists (Left to Right):

Zach McGowan, Cast Member/Moderator
Jason Rothenberg, Creator
Christopher Larkin, Cast Member
Lindsey Morgan, Cast Member
Bob Morley, Cast Member
Richard Harmon, Cast Member
Tasya Teles, Cast Member
Sachin Sahel, Cast Member
Jarod Joseph, Cast Member

The 100 will be back with its intense 5th season on The CW on April 24. Any details on the panel for which I can track down will be provided Saturday afternoon.

Also of note: The pilot episode of the new NBC drama Reverie was screened at Wonder Con today as well as a panel dedicated to Stargate: Origins.

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New York Comic Con 2017 took place from October 5 through October 8 in, of course, New York City.

Rueben’s Ramblings is pleased to say that our very own Dominick Dusseault was on hand to snap as many pictures as he could during numerous panels as well as in the interview space on the convention floor during three of the four days of the convention.

What is to follow below are just some of the fantastic photos he took during the annual event on Sunday:

Blindspot:

Deception:

The Gifted:

Until next year!!

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