#January2012

William Adama. Why? ‘Cause I Said So.

Shoot man, after a long day when I can’t make that existential leap, I ask myself. WWAdamaDo? Soldier on motherfuckers, soldier on. (Maybe also crush a skin job’s skull in and bang Roslin too.)

Young William Adama Cast For Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome.

[Image Courtesy of io9.]

William Adama is one of my favorite characters. A lot of this has to do with the acting chops of Sir Edward James Olmos. So casting a young chap to play the Admiral in the Battlestar Galactica prequel Blood & Chrome is tremendous. Today over at io9, they dropped the dude who shall be playing him: Luke Pasqualino.

They also provided some casting info regarding Adama’s character description.

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Oh Frak. SyFy Pushing New Battlestar Galactica Prequel Series, Starring William Adama.

Double frak. SyFy, not content enough to let Caprica shit all over my beloved Battlestar Galactica mythos is prepping a new prequel series that’ll detail the run of Willy “Husker” Adama. SyFy is kicking shit off with Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome in either late 2011, or early 2012. Motherfuckers. They will then parlay this shit into a new series.

io9:

The script, by Michael Taylor, was originally planned as an online series, but the network liked it so much that they decided to turn it into a possible new series on the network. Blood and Chrome takes place 20 years after Caprica and about 40 years before Battlestar Galactica.

Well, it could be worse, guys. It could be written by Jane Espenson, who fucking sucks. Not only were her episodes in latter BSG awful – hint, look for the shitty episodes, you’ll see her name attached – but she ripped fat narrative craps all over Caprica.

Michael Taylor, on the other hand, is legit. Dude wrote BSG season three’s Unfinished Business, and Crossroads Part I. Legit, ball-tingling episodes. So who knows. Maybe it’ll rock. Maybe it won’t. Whatever it is, it’s guaranteed to have more action, and shiz.

This is very much an action-adventure, war series. This is definitely dealing with people who are fighting the fight. … As you hope ‘Battlestar’ would do, it kind of comments on that process a little bit… but not in a preachy way, not in an issues-oriented way, not in a hitting-you-over-the-head way.

So we’ll see. More Viper piloting awesomeness? It could happen. I’m all over the place when thinking about this shit. Just remember, it could be worse. It could be Jane Espenson. Or fucking Bryan Singer.

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