Caprica, Smallville and Other Things

Published 6 years ago by , Updated February 10th, 2012 at 6:51 am,

Esai Morales p Caprica, Smallville and Other ThingsJericho’s loss is Caprica’s gain as I see it.

Fresh off of Jericho, an actor I really enjoyed on NYPD Blue, Esai Morales will be joining the cast of Caprica as Joseph Adama, the father of William Adama and I can’t imagine a more suited actor to play the father to Edward James Olmos. If you’ve ever watched Deadwood, then you might be familiar with Paula Malcomson who’s been cast as the female lead of Amanda, A surgeon who turns out to be a double agent in the film

In case you’ve lived in a cave and not accessed this or other sites chatting about the movie, Caprica is a prequel to Battlestar Galactica (BSG) and is set 50 years before the events that take place in BSG.


Mean while, back at the farm or more accurately, over on Smallville, it looks like Allison Mack who plays Chloe is in financial “debates” with the studio and may be leaving the show. Rosenbaum leaving helps her characters’ status on the show and with Kristin Kreuk reprising her role of Lana only in a handful of episodes next year, this puts the Chloe character in the limelight and Mack gets herself some decent leverage.

allison mack p Caprica, Smallville and Other ThingsAt this rate, the few regulars left will be either gaining momentum in the contract department, or excess fodder to the studio, depending on the studio’s perspective, and as you know, we can’t tell what they will really do.

I’m feeling like I need to fill this post out a little bit more, so here’s a non-TV thought for everyone:

Anyone remember Ghost Rider with Nicolas Cage? Was anyone fast enough to catch it in the theaters or on Pay-Per-View? Yeah, right. Have you wondered when the direct to VHS sequel is coming out? Last year Avi Arad said that there will be a sequel to Ghost Rider, but that tidbit of info has been countered now with Eva Mendes of all people saying it’s been stalled or completely dumped.

It’s crazy out there with cast additions and negotiations while we start hoping for sequels to some movies or in some cases, hoping a sequel never happens and all we can do is hope our dollars have spoken where they are spent!

Sources: Hollywood Reporter, SciFi Wire, TVGuide, MTV Movie Blogs,

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  1. Loved Morales on Jericho and in other stuff I’ve seen him in.

    Re: Smallville – the swirling continues.

    Vic

  2. Kudos to Allison Mack for trying to get her due in this chaos,
    why would they want to continue the show if they are going to gut it like this?
    it cant go more then one more year anyway.

  3. Hopefully she leverages this scenario into a great advantage for herself and her career… but as Vic said, the Coriolis Affect is kicking in.

  4. Morales on Jericho was a sweet character.

    Ghost Rider is one of the 5 worst movies ever made

    As for smallville, ignore it and let it die, the show lost what it should of been about years ago

  5. umm, GR made 230 mil world wide. why wouldn’t there be one? it’s not like you’d have to use the same film makers.

  6. The Death of Superman: Why I watch Smallville.
    If you are a fan of the show check out my article under TV about Allison Mac leaving the show. I’d love your comments.

    http://www.futureosophy.com

  7. It looks like Allyson Mack is staying with Smallville. I just read on cbm.com that she has signed a contract for season 8 (most likely the last season). Rosenbaum is out as Lex and 2 new bad guys are in: Doomsday and someone named Tess.

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