Check out my recap and review of tonight’s Nikita, entitled “The Last Seduction,” by visiting my blog here.
While you’re there, you can also check out my interview with Xander Berkeley (Percy), who shares his thoughts on whether or not Michael and Percy will ever have a confrontation.
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Another new interview from Shane! We know that he did quite a few yesterday and they will be getting released over the next week or so – so make sure to keep checking back!
Warning: If you’re one of the many (or few, depending on how you look at it) hoping for Nikita‘s Michael and Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) to start lovin’ it up, Shane West has some pearls of wisdom for you: “Let’s be real, people!”
“Michael can’t date her,” West laughs when asked about a possible Malex (?) romance — something he’d never even considered before my little chat with him this morning. “It’s not gonna happen.”
Seriously, he’s not picking on the devoted fandom. West completely understands why people might think the show is headed that way, but instead of egging you guys on, he’s just ripping the band-aid off in quick, painless fashion.
Here is the first of many Shane interview’s done today – more to come as they are released. They are spoilerly – so be warned!
To put it mildly, “Nikita” fans are divided.
When Zap2it posted interviews with Maggie Q and Lyndsy Fonseca about the show possibly exploring a love triangle between Nikita, Alex and Michael, a battle erupted in the comments between fans of the two couples.
While Maggie called a relationship between Michael and Alex “creepy,” Lyndsy said, “I think if it happens it’ll have to happen for the right reasons.”
Naturally, we had to go to the third party involved in this currently non-existent love triangle: Shane West. Take a moment and prepare yourselves Michael and Alex fans because West ain’t drinking the “Malex” Kool-Aid.
Read the rest of the interview here
Finally the day has come for Brittany: she interviewed Shane (lucky her uh?)
Here you can read an excerpt of the article and then you can go to her site for the full interview!
Also stay tuned because we have a brand new layout ready for you and also a new member of the staff… Lot is coming here at SWF!
On The Wavelength With “Nikita’s” Shane West
He’s been at the top of my Interview Wish List for five months – and that day has come. This afternoon, Nikita star Shane West and I sat down to dish about Michael’s various and sundry character quirks, the show’s rumored tonal shift, and what we may have missed, just ahead of tonight’s all-new episode of the CW spy drama.
First, I should get this off my chest: when Nikita premiered, I was a little hard on your performance. Having seen more of your work since then, though, I should say that I was wrong and you were right, and I’m quite impressed with your work.
Really? Well, this is a character who’s obviously been played by three other people. So I took a lot from some of those characters. If you look in my past, you can see a lot of similarities, but this isn’t a character I’ve played before, so that’s refreshing.
You and I seem to keep missing each other. We were in the same room at Comic-Con because Nikita had its press room right before Human Target, and I was there for that show. I had no idea I’d end up covering your show.
Tell Mark Valley I said hi. Mark Valley was a recurring on Once & Again, and I used to see him a lot.
I haven’t had a pilot season since Once & Again. There were three or four shows I could’ve done, but Nikita was the one that stood out to me because of the character. I loved [Roy Dupuis] and his take on it, but what I wanted to add to it was a little bit more heart and soul.
You’ve certainly done that. The character of Michael is, to me, the most fascinating on the series because he hasn’t picked a side yet. He exists in a kind of grey area. How long do you think he can stay loyal to Division without looking stupid?
He’s stayed loyal to Division for a very long time. He’s been involved with them for awhile. I think that [the events so far are] just kind of the catalyst that’s going to bring him to the realization that most of what he’s doing is a little off.
With stuff like this, you could write this for years. All the stuff that’s happened in half a season of this show could’ve happened in a few years. It’s going to be hard if I were to ever join [Nikita's] side. It’d be hard to replace Michael. If they did have a guy to come in to be the new Michael, he’d have to be somebody with an interesting background.
Full interview at: DigitalAirwaves.net
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