MICRO-NEWS: Christina Hendricks On Why She'd Guest Star On GAME OF THRONES And More
Mad Men actress Christina Hendricks explains why she'd like to guest star on HBO's Game of Thrones . Plus, small teases for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and X-Men: Days of Future Past. Also, the final box office tally for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods.
Speaking with Access Hollywood at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Performers Peer Group cocktail reception, Mad Men actress Christina Hendricks expands further on why exactly she listed Game of Thrones as a show she'd like to guest star. "I was recently quoted as saying that if I wanted to guest star on another Emmy nominated show, I would probably do Game of Thrones for the sheer fantasy of it and loving the costuming of it. It would be fun to throw on pelts and horns and ride around on horseback. I just love that television has opened the doors to fantasy and such a wide variety of these things didn't exist before and I just love that they're doing that and people are passionate about it. It's great."
Here's a behind-the-scenes snap of Agent Coulson actor Clark Gregg on the set of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. while executive producer Maurissa Tancharoen looks on.
Here's another piece of viral marketing from the X-Men: Days of Future Past twitter account touting the "threat" of the mutant population menace. "If propagated without limit, X-Gene mutations may result in the eradication of the homo sapiens."
In a conference call with investors, Toei Animation reported the final box office tally for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods. The film earned 2.9 billion yen or roughly $30 million USD during its theatrical run. That's 3x the amount Dragonball Evolution made in the US.
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