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Jim Caviezel, Michael Emerson, Amy Acker, Kevin Chapman and Sarah Shahi tease the new season of CBS’ “Person of Interest.”
By any standard, the third season of “Person of Interest” was rough for its main characters. Carter (Taraji P. Henson) was murdered and the entire team was forced to abandon their identities and take up new personas when Samaritan (a rival program of The Machine) came online.
At Comic-Con International; CraveOnline’s Erin Darling had a few minutes to briefly speak with all of the cast members of “Person of Interest” to get their thoughts and teases about the new season.
First up, Sarah Shahi tells us who inspired Shaw’s creation, who she wants to cosplay as at Comic-Con next year and fills us in on where she wants Shaw to go as a character. Then Kevin Chapman hints at Fusco’s new partner, the return of HR and the show’s writing staff. Amy Acker expands upon the idea of the team taking on new identities and going after Samaritan.
Finally, Michael Emerson jokes about cosplaying as Finch on Hollywood Blvd. before dropping hints about the new season and Jim Caviezel explains why he takes Reese’s journey one step at a time.
“Person of Interest” will return this fall on CBS. In the meantime, be sure to check out all of CraveOnline’s TV and film coverage from Comic-Con International!
Source: Crave Online
By Alex Fletcher
We’re not sure what our highlight is, but it’s probably either the slow, reading intro or the introduction of the Pharrell hat.
Hopefully this is the start of a series of feel-good covers from Michael Emerson. We’d love to hear his ‘Walking on Sunshine’ and ‘Daydream Believer’.
Michael Emerson sure loves his vests, he even wears them to the ball game. On Saturday, April 19, 2014, Carrie Preston shared a photo on her Instagram. She, Michael, and some friends were on the way to the Dodger’s ball game, and of course, Michael is wearing a vest. According to a tweet from Carrie, Michael’s idea of casual is wearing a vest. Gotta love the eccentric Michael Emerson.
Here’s a new photo found on Twitter that has been added to the photo gallery:
The larger version can be viewed here.
Also, Carrie Preston posted a video on her Instagram of Michael and Carrie singing, “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.”
Video from Gauna-03 Tumblr account. Embeded from photobucket because couldn’t embed from original source.
On Sunday, March 30, 2014, Michael Emerson joined Frankie J. Alvarez (HBO’s Looking), John Behlmann (The 39 Steps), Nick Choksi (Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812), Kelli Giddish (Law & Order: SVU), Chad Goodridge (Passing Strange), Allison Guinn (Hair), Greg Hildreth (Cinderella, Peter and the Starcatcher), Autumn Hurlbert (NBC’s The Sound of Music Live!), January LaVoy (Enron), Nicole Lewis (Hair), Lauren Molina (Rock of Ages, Sweeney Todd), Jennifer Mudge (Rocky), Rob Morrison (Avenue Q), Stephen Plunkett (War Horse, The Mend), and Liv Rooth (Beyond Therapy, Venus in Fur) for Three Day Hangover’s Big Boozy Benefit, an event supporting the company’s Season. The event was held at 7pm at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2, 196 Allen Street (between East Houston and Stanton) in NYC.
Watch Michael Emerson perform “To Be or Not to Be”
Three Day Hangover’s Big Boozy Benefit is generally a starry night of music and a kick-ass party. Michael Emerson performed Hamlet’s most famous soliloquy (To Be or Not to Be), there was an 80’s power ballad infused in Twelfth Night, a Romeo v. Mercutio rap battle, party games with a tipsy Yelena, a rockstar Duke kicking off the evening, and much more! The event was a created to raise some cash for Three Day Hangover’s 2014 Season, which will include alcohol-infused, innovative productions of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya, and a never-before seen, Two-for-One Shakespeare mash-up.
Tickets to Three Day Hangover’s Big Boozy Benefit ranged from $50 to $100 and included drink tickets.
If you, as I, never heard of Three Day Hangover, I just learned that the it is a New York City theater company that produces fresh, unexpected, immersive, joyful productions of classic plays in bars. They tell great stories and celebrate some of the most beautiful language in the world. They meet their audiences on their own turf. They want their audiences to have a beer and relax, then to lean forward, and get swept up in a story told in a way they’ve never seen before. Three Day Hangover’s inaugural productions, enjoyed rave reviews, sold out runs, extensions, and most importantly, some of the feistiest, most engaged audiences midtown has ever seen. So, if you live in the NYC area or plan to visit, this is a good place to go to.
Here is one of the many photos that are also available in larger formats at the photo gallery: