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May 12, 2024 Jennifer   Gallery

There are now 33 additional images of Adrianne Palicki from FedCon 32 in Germany from the second day, May 12th!

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May 11, 2024 Jennifer   Gallery

There are now 12 images of Adrianne Palicki from FedCon 32 which is currently happening now in Germany!

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Dec 02, 2023 Jennifer   Videos

Adrianne Palicki is a guest on a new episode of the podcast, “Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum.” Check it out below!

Nov 09, 2023 Jennifer   Uncategorized

Great news! SAG-AFTRA have reached a tentative agreement with the AMPTP. This means that actors are able to resume their work filming projects for television, commercials, and movies. Congratulations to the members of SAG-AFTRA on their new contract!

Source: SAG-AFTRA

Aug 26, 2023 Jennifer   News

This Labor Day weekend in Atlanta, the fabulous Dragon Con returns to full glory, post-pandemic style. At its recent pre-pandemic peak in 2019, it boasted over 85,000 known and documented attendees.

Dragon Con is the internationally known pop culture convention held each Labor Day in Atlanta. It is organized for fans by fans, featuring more than 3,500 hours of comics, film, television, costuming, art, music, and gaming over five days, Thursday through Monday. For more information, please visit www.dragoncon.org.

With the Writers Guild, Directors Guild, and SAG-AFTRA labor disputes, and the delays and postponements of various projects, conventions aren’t be the same this year. Specifically, for the film and TV artists that fans clamor to see, the strikes mean that they are prohibited from even discussing their films and TV work or selling photos from their shows. Thus, the actors and actresses are there basically on their own, not as the promotional entities promulgated by a corporation, and can talk about anything they want to, except those pesky TV shows and films.

This year’s featured film and television guests include Omid Abtahi, Sean Astin, Paul Bettany, Bruce Boxleitner, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Tom Cavanagh, Claudia Christian, Emily Coutts, Wilson Cruz, Henry Ian Cusick, Grey DeLisle, Lucien Dodge, Colin Ferguson, Quincy Fouse, Gil Gerard, Lauren German, Mandip Gill, Celia Rose Gooding, Erin Gray, Neil Grayston, Scott Grimes, Yaya Han, Richard Harmon, Marcus Harvey, Willa Holland, Ryan Hurst, Mark Jackson, Gary Jones, Omri Katz, Marty Krofft, Maurice LaMarche, Phil LaMarr, Caity Lotz, Sean Maher, Nicole Maines, Lee Majors, Jason Marsden, Eddie McClintock, Paul McGillion, Katherine McNamara, Colby Minifie, Nathan Mitchell, Bob Morley, Anson Mount, David Nykl, Katy O’Brian, Adrianne Palicki, Khary Payton, Ethan Peck, Billie Piper, Freddie Prinze Jr., Ed Quinn, Jesse Rath, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Matt Ryan, Tracy Scoggins, Andy Serkis, Jewel Staite, George Takei, Eliza Taylor, Tasya Teles, Tasya Teles, Adam Tsekhman, Gina Torres, Carlos Valdes, Lindsay Wagner, Garrett Wang, Billy West, Elijah Wood, and DB Woodside.

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Aug 11, 2023 Jennifer   Site Updates

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Jul 13, 2023 Jennifer   Uncategorized

Adrianne Palicki Fan supports the SAG-AFTRA strike.

The nearly 160,000 members of SAG-AFTRA, the union that represents all performers on film and television, are going on strike.

On Thursday, the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) announced its national board voted unanimously to launch the guild’s first strike. The news was unveiled by SAG-AFTRA President Fran Drescher and National Executive Director & Chief Negotiator Duncan Crabtree-Ireland during a press conference, following the expiration of the union’s current contract and a 12-day extension of contract negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Pictures and Television Producers (AMPTP).

Why are the actors going on strike?
The short answer is because the SAG-AFTRA bargaining committee and AMPTP could not reach an agreement to form a new contract after their previous one expired on June 30.

But the reasons for a strike are many. SAG-AFTRA has faced a host of radical changes as the industry has pivoted away from more traditional models of theatrical distribution and network and cable television in favor of streaming. The issues at hand include the use of AI in generating and perpetuating actors’ likenesses, as well as residuals and data transparency for streaming projects. Other points of conflict are also salaries, particularly for guest stars, costars, and background actors, as rising inflation and the cost of living increasingly prevent many working actors from earning a living wage.

Drescher summed up the reasons for a strike in a press conference speech. “We are being victimized by a very greedy entity. I am shocked by the way the people that we have been in business with are treating us,” she said. “I cannot believe it, quite frankly. How far apart we are on so many things. How they plead poverty, that they’re losing money left and right while giving hundreds and millions of dollars to their CEOS. It is disgusting. Shame on them. They stand on the wrong side of history at this very moment.”

She continued: “The entire business model has been changed by streaming, digital, AI. This is a moment of history that is a moment of truth. If we don’t stand tall right now, we are going to be in trouble. We are all going to be in jeopardy of being replaced by machines and big business, who cares more about wall street than you and your family.”

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May 12, 2023 Jennifer   Articles

Actor Adrianne Palicki is one of that select group of actors who has had a foot in both the Marvel and DC universes onscreen. While her DC adventures did not work out so well – she played the title character in an unsold Wonder Woman pilot for NBC and appeared as a villain in an (also unsold) Aquaman pilot for The CW – her time with Marvel was more successful.

Palicki played agent Bobbi Morse, aka Mockingbird, for most of two seasons on Marvel’s ABC-TV series Agents of SHIELD, appearing in 31 episodes between 2014 and 2016 alongside team partner and ex-husband Lance Hunter (Nick Blood). Morse and Hunter were such a popular part of the ensemble that Marvel TV decided to spin them off at the end of Season 3 into their own series.

However, while a pilot for that show, Marvel’s Most Wanted, was shot, the fledgling series was not picked up as ABC scaled back its Marvel broadcast content and Marvel TV itself pivoted to streaming series like Daredevil and Jessica Jones.

While Morse is technically still out there in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (AoS’s connections to the film universe became more tenuous as the show went on, but were still legit, while her Agent 19 alias has been transplanted to Linda Cardellini’s Laura Barton), Palicki tells Den of Geek that there are other characters she would love to play in the MCU if she had the chance.

“The only one that I haven’t played that’s on my bucket list is Rogue,” she reveals. “I would love to play Rogue, or Jean Grey. I want to be one of the X-Men.”

Palicki’s wish is not beyond the realm of possibility: Marvel has cast actors in different roles in the MCU before (see: Gemma Chan, Kenneth Choi, Mahershala Ali) and enough time will have passed since Palicki’s AoS stint before Marvel Studios gets the mutant corner of the MCU fully up and running.

In the meantime, however, Palicki has nothing but fond memories of her time as part of the AoS world. “I loved working on that,” she says. “I mean, it was hard. We had three units going at all times. We’d have the main unit, we’d have a second unit shooting the action stuff, and we’d have the third unit, which is usually on the eighth day, starting the next episode. So all of us would be jumping from one thing to the next, to another episode, to another fight scene, to whatever.”

Palicki says that she remains close friends with Nick Blood, Ming-Na Wen (Agent Melinda May) and Henry Simmons (Agent Alphonso “Mack” Mackenzie), and that while the show was “a lot of work,” it was also “really fun and surreal” to be part of it. She adds that plans were already afoot for a bigger role for Bobbi Morse when she came aboard.

“I’d entered the show knowing that it was going to either transition to a series or was going to go into the films, so that was already kind of in play,” she says now. “That moment in the bar, when we say goodbye to Mack, is still like, I think, one of the best moments of that show just because the love that’s with those three characters is so much and you really feel the loss of those characters.”

Morse and Hunter were disavowed by SHIELD at the end of Season 3, sending the sparring one-time romantic partners on the run and ostensibly into their own show. But while Marvel’s Most Wanted advanced to the pilot stage, it never got picked up as a series.

“Most Wanted was really good,” Palicki says wistfully. “It was really good. I just think that at the time, they didn’t want to bring any more Marvel shows on that network. So it’s too bad because I think it would have really done well.” [Agent Carter was also on ABC around the same time.]

Palicki says that had Most Wanted gone to series, it would have had a different tone that the sometimes-uneasy mix of spy intrigue and sci-fi shenanigans offered by AoS. “It was very different,” she reveals. “It was just these two people. It kind of had this Bonnie and Clyde feel to it, with their comedy sensibility, and just boom, boom, boom action. But it felt like it was more in our universe, as opposed to the sci-fi universe of things. It was a little bit more grounded in human nature.”

Although Palicki and the Most Wanted team were disappointed that the show was not picked up (“We were all just so bummed — we really thought that was a shoo-in”), she’s adamant that she’d jump back into Bobbi Morse’s gear in a heartbeat if she got the call – or if her X-Men dreams don’t work out.

“I would love to put on that costume again,” Palicki says. “I loved playing Bobbi Morse. I loved everything about that character. She embodied all the things: She was comedy. She was drama. She was action. She had it all. She’s a really fun character, and I would love, love, love to play her again.”

Source: Den of Geek

Apr 26, 2023 Jennifer   Videos

Check out this new interview with Adrianne Palicki from JoBlo.com via YouTube!

Apr 22, 2023 Jennifer   Gallery

There are now 58 images of Adrianne Palicki from the screening of Quasi in Nashville and the premiere of the film in Los Angeles!

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