Any Heroes news?
As we tipped in last week’s Heroes Redux, the bad guys are building a concentration camp for Heroes. Greg Grunberg told us, “They built that in the snow, all of those bunkers. It’s very creepy and it’s very cool.” BTW, now is a good time to tell you that without Kristin here, we don’t have enough staff to do the Heroes Redux every single week, so while it will continue, it won’t be a going concern week in and week out. (Watch With Kristin)
Greg Grunberg spilled some scoop at the Heroes wrap party. Apparently, “Someone is dying at the end of the season, and it’s going to be for real. They will not be coming back. And it’s not me. That I will tell you.” (Watch With Kristin)
And the Hunter storyline reaches its natural conclusion in what sounds like a chilling turn of events: the establishment of what Grunberg calls a “concentration camp” for Heroes. He says, “They built that in the snow, all of those bunkers. It’s very creepy and it’s very cool. They torch the place.” (Watch With Kristin)
The end of the season is as supercharged as Ando! Jack Coleman tells us, “The last five episodes are really leading up to a shocking finale. There’s a lot going on.” The extremely scoopy details of what’s to come are in Redux, but until then Greg Grunberg teases a nasty throwdown: “There’s a whole fight in a hotel room—huge—with a chair with blood all over it.” So, whose blood do you think it is? (Watch With Kristin)
Will Heroes‘ Peter ever get his real power back, where he can absorb multiple powers? — Daniel
TIM: “There are basically two directions,” says Heroes‘ Hiro, Masi Oka. “A lot of people are getting new levels to their powers. Like Matt Parkman, who can now draw the future. But people like Peter and Sylar perhaps have become too powerful, so they’re trying to scale it back down.” You can read Adam Bryant’s full interview with Oka here. Source: TV Guide Online
Preview of ‘Heroes’ 3.21: Sylar and Danko Team Up
‘Heroes’ episode ‘Into Asylum’ presents the merge of a psycho killer and a senior agent of the Department of Homeland Security.
Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
The psycho serial killer is back to haunt the “Heroes” next week. Emile Danko, played by Emmy Award-winning actor Zeljko Ivanek, finds himself a surprising new ally as the game of cat and mouse continues to escalate. Now that Nathan’s ability has been revealed and he has lost control of his operation, he and Claire go into hiding in Mexico. With Emile Danko now in control of the government operation, his plan to destroy everyone with abilities is set into motion as he teams up with an unlikely partner. Meanwhile, Angela and Peter seek refuge in a church and begin to mend their broken relationship. Cristine Rose who plays Angela says that they find “somewhere special” to hide in the episode. Called “Into Asylum”, the episode airs March 30.