Remember Space: 1999? It was one of the biggest cult British Space Opera shows of the 1970s. The show had more lavish effects, sets and costume designs for the period. It was produced by Gerry Anderson and shot at Pinewood Studios – think of it as pretty much Anderson’s version of Star Trek. Now Big […]
Thunderbirds Are Go, the recent reboot of the 1960s Supermarionation series created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, has received a four season commitment from Amazon Studios, according to Variety. The first season aired last year in the UK on ITV and featured Rosamund Pike as the voice of secret agent Lady Penelope. The series will […]
As part of the remake of Thunderbirds Are Go, the shows producers have released the following videos to give us a chance to meet the characters. The original series, created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, used marionettes, but now the Tracy family will be computer generated. So who is this mysterious villain who plans to […]
We’ve covered the partwork publishing system in the UK before, where publishers split up a volume and sell it next to magazines, every week. And how they often use physical items to collect or (build up). The US market’s biggest exposure to this is Eaglemoss’ Marvel and DC figurines, as well as the chess set, […]
We're still a couple of years out from Thunderbirds Are Go! hitting our screens, which is just about time for the voice work to begin.
The truth about Gemini Force One is to be revealed this Thursday at 9am. Meanwhile, the first ever Andercon is gearing up for a 2014 bow.
When Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet creator Gerry Anderson very sadly passed away at the end of last year, he left behind a series of unfinished TV projects.
If they're keeping the voice, I hope they're also keeping the eyebrows.
In America, I expect Thunderbirds is probably known because of Team America: World Police, which parodied the show for an audience that pretty much didn't know it.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SV1yX-Kp5c[/youtube] At an Amanda Palmer New Year’s concert, Neil Gaiman sang the theme tune to Gerry Anderson‘s Fireball XL5. When he mentioned this on Twitter, I wondered if they had a copy of the Alan Moore Black Dossier vinyl record which used it as a base. They did not, so I popped to Gosh Comics […]