Posted on 20 June 2013 by gdeo
The Faun was ordered to open the portals throughout the mortal world, Including a forest in Spain, one that has stood for thousands of years. It was there that the Faun took root, patiently awaiting the Princess’s return.
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Posted on 07 January 2010 by Parker
Look for Doug Jones to be signing autographs with the rest of his LEGION castmates in Los Angeles, January 10th, at the COMIC BOOK AND SCIENCE FICTION CONVENTION.
The event is at the Shrine Auditorium, click here for more details.
Posted on 10 March 2009 by Parker
GDT favorite Doug Jones is appearing in a new online series from Sony Pictures entitled ANGEL OF DEATH. The series can be viewed at Crackle.com.
ANGEL OF DEATH also stars Zoe Bell (“Death Proof”) and Lucy Lawless (“Xena” and “Battlestar Gallactica”), is written by comic book favorite Ed Brubaker (“Criminal” and “Incognito”). Bell plays Eve, an crime syndicate assassin, who begins to hallucinate about her victims after experiencing a head injury. The visions inspire her to seek revenge on her mob employers. Jones plays the mob doctor that treats her injury.
Ten episodes will be posted online through March 13th, each around 8-10 minutes long. The episodes, along with additional footage will later be released on DVD.
Posted on 10 December 2008 by Parker
Hey all – just a reminder to check out Doug Jones on ‘Criminal Minds’ tonight, 9:00pm (8pm Central) on CBS. Doug plays the captain of a Fight Club(!) and has this message for his fans:
I know, Dougie as the organizer/captain of a …. FIGHT CLUB!?!?!?!?
I said the same thing when they came to me with this offer, so please tune in
Wednesday night and tell me how I did.
Also, WHILE SHE WAS OUT, GDT’s latest producing effort is opening this Friday, I think in limited release. Keep an eye out for it in a theater near you. Here is the movie poster, courtesy of themovieblog.com:
Posted on 03 December 2008 by Parker
A wonderful gift indeed.
I got the chance to attend an “event” with Doug Jones at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. I say “event” in parenthesis because I’m unsure how to classify it – it was kind of a one-man-show-monologue entitled “Identity: The Man Behind the Mask”.
Doug essentially gave a lecture on who he is as an actor, how he got to where he is today, and most importantly, how he found his identity. It was more like a performance than a lecture, and I thought Doug did a great job. The audience was really focused on every word – Doug has a great stage presence. He’s funny and very likeable (as we all know) and I was surprised how introspective his story was. I was expecting more of a technical lecture on being an actor in Hollywood, but this was about a man finding himself, and I thought Doug had some interesting things to say. He started with his life as sort of an outcast goofy teenager, and went on to cover his “mime” period at Ball State, his first job as a salesman, his big break doing Mac Tonight! commercials, and finally his work with Guillermo Del Toro. I think Doug has done this kind of event before, so if you’re lucky you’ll get a chance to see it someday – I highly recommend it.
Below is a special treat – this was Doug’s “finale” – a mime performance piece called “The Gift”. I think it sums up well how Doug views his life at the moment, and how he gets the motivation to do what he does – which is act, travel, travel, act, sit through intense make-up sessions, and repeat. It is clear that you fans out there are what keep him going – so keep up the great support for Doug. THERE’S LOVE!
And now…The Gift:
Posted on 06 September 2008 by Parker
Back in July, I got a chance to meet up with Doug Jones on the set of his new film, MY NAME IS JERRY. In this film, produced by the College of Fine Arts at Ball State University, the Institute for Digital Entertainment and Education, and Clothespin Films, LLC, Doug gets a chance to be the leading man in a major commercial production. Doug plays a forty-something door-to-door salesman (“Jerry”) who, in the midst of a mid-life crisis, finds excitement when he meets Jordan, an engaging young punk rocker. In this exclusive interview, we talk about the experience of being a “leading man” in JERRY, as well as some Doug’s favorite roles and potential upcoming projects.
DTF: How has this experience been so far?
Posted on 13 October 2007 by Parker
On Saturday and Sunday, November 24 and 25, Doug Jones will be at the Battelle Hall in the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Doug is the headline guest of the Con, although also appearing will be Sarah Douglas, from “Superman II”, Noel Neill, TV’s original ‘Lois Lane”, Mark Goddard from “Lost In Space” and real life superheroes, The Defuser, Feedback and Fat Momma from TV’s “Who Wants To Be A Superhero”. Comic book superstars scheduled to appear include: Barry Kitson, Sergio Aragones, Steve Rude, Rich Buckler, Michael Golden and nearly 100 others.
Advance tickets and more information is available at the event’s web site: www.midohiocon.com and at the show’s MySpace page: www.myspace.com/midohiocon. Additional information is available by contacting R.A.P. Promotions at (419) 526-1427.
Posted on 15 November 2006 by Parker
Our friends David and Maurice have a great interview on their new blog, GeekSpeak, with Fishman/Goatman/Moonman Doug Jones. Episode 3 contains the interview, and it is the best interview I’ve heard yet with Doug regarding Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy, and the Silver Surfer, so you best click on over. Great work, guys!
Posted on 02 August 2006 by Parker
About.com just posted a great video interview with Doug Jones about working with Guillermo on Pan’s Labyrinth. You can view the video here, or you can read a transcript at this link.
Doug has a lot of great things to say about the movie, Guillermo, and GDT’s great relationship with his fans (and we agree with every word).
Posted on 01 June 2005 by Parker
Way to go David Server & Development-Hell.com for scoring this great interview with Doug Jones on his role as Pan in GDT’s Pan’s Labyrinth! I picked out some highlights for you guys, but I recommend checking out the entire article here.
And now, the good stuff:
I guess what Hellboy did is that it was the one role that made people want to find out more about me, so they would dig back and find out more about my history, and see ?oh, he was in that, and that, and that?.oh, I saw those, I liked him in that!? So, it?s like I?ve had fans but they didn?t know they were fans *until* Hellboy?
On his role in Pan:
I will say that the lead character in the movie is a 12 year old girl, and basically as an audience you?ll be following her journey through a little?well, I?ll call it a dance. She?s doing a dance between the real world and the fantasy world, and I am playing the role of Pan, who is the satyr that guides her along her dance to get her back to the fantasy world. I?m the one who brings her the information and the how-to, and the guidance and the reprimands and all that along the way.
On the script:
It?s funny, because when I closed the last page of the script, my eyes welled up a little bit. The way this story came together was just beautiful. It?s a well-crafted mix of fantasy and horror, put together in something that the whole family could palette, I think. I just think it?s great.
That’s just a small taste. Go check out the rest of the interview for yourself. This is a 2 part interview, so expect more from Development-Hell later!