Michael is een nieuwe band ‘Vulture Pit’ gestart met basspeler Tom Williams, op zijn instagram laat hij weten dat ze bijna klaar zijn met schrijven van hun eerste LP. De band heeft ook al een eigen instagramaccount.
JOUW BRON VOOR NIEUWS EN INFO OVER TVD, TO & LEGACIES!
Michael Malarkey is an actor and musician. He is best known for playing the roles of Enzo on The Vampire Diaries and Captain Michael Quinn on Project Blue Book.
He released his debut full-length record, ‘Mongrels’ in 2017 and in 2020 Malarkey released his second album, ‘Graveracer’.
Michael Malarkey organiseert eind deze maand een virtuele tour, waarbij Europa op 25 maart aan de beurt is. Via zijn website kunnen tickets gekocht worden en is er ook een speciaal ticket te koopt waarmee je exclusief een digitale download krijgt van zijn nieuwe CD ‘In Love and Death live in Europe 2020’. De CD is een live opname van enkele nummers tijdens de ‘2020 Graveracer tour’ in Praag en München.
Michael was eind december te gast bij The First Ever Podcast, beluister de aflevering hieronder.
Michael Malarkey: Giving Back The Frequencies
During this episode Michael talks growing up in Ohio, early memories of television being the X-Men cartoon, finding punk through ska, spending a school year in Africa, working at a record store when he returned to the US, starting a band which he eventually left to do theater, moving to the UK to study at LAMDA, auditioning for television shows while doing theater and playing solo concerts, landing The Vampire Diaries, Project Blue Book and more.
Michael Malarkey en de cast en crew proberen ‘Project Blue Book’ door de serie te verkopen aan een andere zender of streamingsdienst. Ze laten in een gestarte petitie weten dat de serie alleen gecanceld is omdat zender History zich meer wil richten op mini-series en de kijkcijfers voor ‘Project Blue Book’ gewoon goed waren met zo’n 2,5 miljoen! Ze laten weten dat er al plannen waren voor seizoen 3 en er nog vele verhalen te vertellen zijn :)
Klik hier om te petitie te ondertekenen.
De Amerikaanse zender History heeft laten weten dat de Michael’s serie ‘Project Blue Book’ niet zal terugkeren voor een derde seizoen.
Project Blue Book fans will be left with a few questions after History cancelled the Aidan Gillen-fronted drama.
The second season of the UFO drama ended on March 24 with Gillen’s Dr. Allen Hynek searching for his colleague Capt. Michael Quinn, played by Michael Malarkey, who was evidently blown to bits by an underwater explosion.
However, the A+E Networks’ cable network has opted not to pursue a third season of the show.
The show was created by David O’Leary, who served as writer and executive producer alongside writer-showrunner Sean Jablonski, Zemeckis, Jackie Levine and Barry Jossen.
Produced by A+E Studios and Compari Entertainment, Project Blue Book is inspired by the personal experiences of Dr. J. Allen Hynek (Gillen), a brilliant college professor recruited by the U.S. Air Force to spearhead this clandestine operation — Project Blue Book — that researched thousands of cases, more than 700 of which remain unsolved to this day. The 10-episode sophomore season will find Dr. Hynek and Capt. Michael Quinn (Malarkey) on a dangerous quest for the truth and delve deeper into themes of global conspiracy, touch on how UFOs have impacted the evolution of our nation’s military practices and technology and lean into the nostalgia of the 1950s.
Season 2 kicked off with a deep dive into two of the most well-known UFO cases in US history: Roswell, New Mexico, where a rancher claimed to have found mysterious wreckage on his property thought to be a UFO, and Area 51, a government-run location in Nevada historically rumored to be a magnet for paranormal events and UFO-related activity.
Neal McDonough, Michael Harney, Laura Mennell and Ksenia Solo also star, with Keir O’Donnell and Jerod Haynes also recurred in season two.
De laatste instagramfoto’s van de cast staan in de galerij!
http//: Candice King
http//: Charles Michael Davis
http//: Claire Holt
http//: Danielle Rose Russel
http//: Ian Somerhalder
http//: Jenny Boyd
http//: Joseph Morgan
http//: Kat Graham
http//: Kayla Ewell
http//: Kaylee Bryant
http//: Leah Pipes
http//: Malese Jow
http//: Matthew Davis
http//: Michael Malarkey
http//: Michael Trevino
http//: Nate Buzolic
http//: Nina Dobrev
http//: Paul Wesley
http//: Phoebe Tonkin
http//: Riley Voelkel
http//: Sara Canning
http//: Steven R McQueen
http//: Summer Fontana
http//: Torrey DeVitto
Ik heb vele nieuwe screencptures toegevoegd in de galerij!
http//: A Beauty and the Beast Christmas (Leah)
http//: Bloom – Seizoen 1 & 2 (Phoebe)
http//: Chigago Med – Seizoen 5 (Torrey)
http//: Fashionably Yours (Kat)
http//: Nancy Drew (Sara)
http//: NCIS: New Orleans (Charles)
http//: Project Blue Book – Seizoen 1 en 2 (Michael)
http//: Roswell, New Mexico – Seizoen 2 (Kayla, Michael, Nathan & Riley)
http//: Run This Town (Nina)
http//: The Christmas Temp (Sara)
http//: Westworld – Seizoen 3 (Phoebe)
Ik heb vele nieuwe foto’s toegevoegd van de cast in hun nieuwste series, bekijk ze allemaal in de galerij.
http//: Charles > NCIS: New Orleans
http//: Michael M > Project Blue Book
http//: Riley > Hightown
http//: Torrey > Chigago Med
http//: Zach > Dare Me
http//: Group > Rosswell, New Mexico
Ik heb zoveel mogelijk foto’s van Michael’s optredens tijdens zijn ‘Graveracer’ tour door Europa toegevoegd. Zelf kon ik dit keer wel bij zijn concert in Amsterdam en wat kan hij mooi zingen! Bekijk hier een review van zijn optreden in de Melkweg en hier een interview dat hij had. Tussen de optreden door had hij ook nog enkele fotoshoots voor de pers.
Would Michael Malarkey ever return to The Vampire Diaries universe?
The 36-year-old actor told ET — while promoting season two of his latest show, Project Blue Book — that he would be up for reprising his role as Lorenzo “Enzo” St. John on the TVD spinoff,Legacies.
“Sure. Call me,” Malarkey said. “I’d come in and do that, play with my old friends. I mean, Atlanta’s a great city. I absolutely loved living there and working with that team down there. It was a special time in my life, so I wish them all the best.”
And as his Project Blue Book co-star, Aidan Gillen, added, “Vampires can always come back.”
Vampire Diaries fans know that anti-hero Enzo ultimately died in the last season of The CW series after Stefan Salvatore (Paul Wesley) extracted his heart. After his death, Bonnie Bennett (Kat Graham), who had a relationship with Enzo, created her own dimension where he helped her with her grief and anger. He later asked her to let him go so that he could save her, as well as twins Lizzie and Josie, who star on Legacies.
In November, Ian Somerhalder, who starred on the Julie Plec-created series as Damon Salvatore, also told ET that he would love to go back to Mystic Falls.
“I actually would love to talk to Jules. I would love to go and direct one of [the Legacies episodes],” Somerhalder told ET. “Because I know Paul went to do it and he called me and he’s like, ‘Bro, this is f**king crazy.’ Because it’s all of our old sets, which is a time warp, 10 years ago. He’s just going, ‘Dude!’ He was actually kind of emotional about it. He goes, ‘This is crazy!'”
Malarkey, meanwhile, is focusing on his History series. Project Blue Book, based on the real-life investigations conducted by the U.S. Air Force from 1952 to 1969, focused its first season on Dr. J. Allen Hynek’s (Gillen) introduction to the world of UFOs as he and his partner, Capt. Michael Quinn (Malarkey) learned the delicate balancing act of what to tell the public — and what to tell the government — about their investigations. The first season covered a few high-profile cases, but none with the same name recognition as Roswell or Area 51, which are featured in season two’s first three episodes.
“It is bigger and better,” Malarkey said of Project Blue Book season two. “But I feel like it’s also much more nuanced and fine-tuned as a machine. We’ve really hit our stride and our sweet spot as far as how we can tell these stories.”
“Roswell is still — we’re still unraveling this. There’s still books being written about it, new takes. And the thing with Roswell is almost everybody who was an actual witness is pretty much dying out. So, you have secondary witnesses or sons relaying information that their dads told them or things like that,” he added. “I think the way we visit Roswell is in a similar way of rewinding or going back and reanalyzing, opening back up this case, and I think it’s such a clever way to kick off the series.”
Season two of Project Blue Book premieres Tuesday, Jan. 21 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on History.