Tag: Wil Wheaton
SCI-FI STREET CRED
Wil Wheaton has completed a science fiction trifecta with outstanding roles on Eureka (Isaac Parrish), Star Trek: The Next Generation (Wesley Crusher) and The Big Bang Theory (himself). With decades to go on Wheaton’s charmed career, fans have a unique opportunity to own a piece of his screen-worn wardrobe in the form the Astraeus sweat suit he wore on Eureka. Don’t miss out on your chance to own a piece of this fantastic series – as well as a distinctive piece wardrobe worn by this talented actor! The auction for this item ends soon, so click here for details and to place your bid.
EUREKA'S COMING HOME
The fifth and final season of Eureka will come to an end on July 16 – and it will be released on DVD the following day. The Eureka Season 5 three-disc set features a special fan farewell from the Eureka cast and crew, a gag reel, episode commentaries, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of an episode, the holiday episode “Do You See What I See?” and much more – including a tribute to all the ways Sheriff Carter’s jeep has been destroyed through the years. It’s a fitting, mind-boggling send-off for the community that never “officially” existed. Of course, fans of Eureka can also own an actual piece of the series right now! VIP Fan Auctions is offering an array of screen-worn wardrobe items and screen-used props from the series – including Deputy Andy’s (Kavan Smith) badge and name tag, a blazer and slacks worn by Dr. Isaac Parrish (Wil Wheaton), an outfit worn by Dr. Holly Marten (Felicia Day) – and much more. Click here to view all of the Eureka auctions – and own your piece of sci-fi history today!
LAW & ORDER: PARADE OF STARS
Hot on the heels of Rose McGowan’s swingin’ turn on Law & Order: SVU, another star has signed on for a guest appearance: Rita Wilson (It’s Complicated, Old Dogs). She will play the mother of a “seriously disturbed” child who is under investigation, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The episode will air in May. WIth Law & Order quickly joining the ranks of The Simpsons, 30 Rock and the old Batman series as a showcase for guest stars, what has been your favorite bit of stunt casting? Bob Newhart on ER? Artie Lange in Entourage? Wil Wheaton on The Big Bang Theory? Jason Alexander in Star Trek: Voyager? We can go on forever!