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Resident Alien's Alan Tudyk Talks Harry's Big Losses: He's 'as Close to Hopeless as He Could Get'

Click here to read the full article. Warning: The following contains spoilers for Wednesday’s episode of Resident Alien.  Harry’s trip to New York might not have given him the answers he was seeking, but what he did get was way more than he bargained for. In Wednesday’s episode of Resident Alien, Harry and Asta continued their hunt for Goliath, only to discover that Harry’s fellow alien being was actually dead. Despite his longing for connection and the huge disappointment that faced him, Harry smashed Goliath’s stone carcass to pieces, finding an egg inside that was revealed to be an alien-human hybrid. After...
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RESIDENT ALIEN: Creator Chris Sheridan and cast Alan Tudyk, Sara Tomko talk Season 2 – Interview

RESIDENT ALIEN is now in its second season, Wednesday nights on Syfy. Based on the the Dark Horse Comics graphic novel by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse and adapted for television by Chris Sheridan, RESIDENT ALIEN stars Alan Tudyk as the title character, who crash-landed on Earth. Able to make himself look human, the alien has assumed the identity of Colorado small-town veterinarian-turned-doctor Harry Vanderspeigle. Although completely confused by human behavior, Harry finds that he actually likes the townspeople. This may be a problem, since he’s been sent here to wipe out humanity.

Resident Alien's Alan Tudyk Pitches His Wash/Harry Crossover

As unbelievable as it seems, fans are already in the back half of Resident Alien's second season. The series, which stars Firefly and Doom Patrol actor Alan Tudyk as an alien who crash-landed on Earth and is impersonating a human while planning an invasion of the planet, airs Wednesdays on Syfy, and Tudyk is clearly in his element. Playing Harry gives him a chance to do lots of comedy, but with a little pathos, and to play a villainous character that the viewers can't really bring themselves to hate. It's a bit of everything for an actor.

Alan Tudyk on the Craziest Day of His Entire Career

The Craziest Day of My Entire Career is a segment that gives us the chance to talk with some of our favorite people about the weirdest workday they have experienced so far. This week, our guest is Alan Tudyk. Alan is a brilliant character actor and a performer who can do a thousand and one impressions. You may have seen him in movies like Rogue One or I, Robot. He also starred in the fan-favorite sci-fi show Firefly.

Alan Tudyk on ‘Resident Alien’ Season 2, How His Character Is Dealing with More Emotions, and What It's Like Talking to an Empty Fish Tank

With Syfy’s hit series Resident Alien Season 2 now airing and streaming on Peacock, I recently spoke with Alan Tudyk about what fans can expect in the new season. If you’ve never seen the fun show, Resident Alien follows an alien (Tudyk) who comes to our planet to destroy all humans but stays undercover as a small-town Colorado doctor when he realizes it won’t be an easy job. The series is based on the Dark Horse comic book series by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse, and adapted for television by five-time Emmy nominee Chris Sheridan, who has written for Family Guy and Living Single. Aside from Tudyk, Resident Alien also features Sara Tomko, Corey Reynolds, Alice Wetterlund, Levi Fiehler, Judah Prehn, and Elizabeth Bowen.

Resident Alien Alan Tudyk Interview | Season 2

Be sure to subscribe to FlickDirect's YouTube channel for the lastest celebrity interviews, reviews, news and more!. As we begin season two of Resident Alien, Stars Alan Tudyk and Corey Reynolds discuss Harry and Sheriff Mike’s evolving relationship and what we can expect from them this year. ABOUT RESIDENT...
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Resident Alien Season 2: Alan Tudyk on His Human “Infection”

It is a safe assumption that anyone with even a casual awareness of popular culture knows an Alan Tudyk performance. For science fiction fans, Tudyk may be Wash from Firefly, or K-2SO from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. For fans of comic-book-based shows, he’s Joker and Clayface on Harley Quinn, or Mr. Nobody on Doom Patrol. Disney fans have their pick of comedic villains (from Wreck-It Ralph, or Frozen), and animal sidekicks (Moana, Raya and the Last Dragon, Encanto). From comedies (Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil, Death at a Funeral) to drama (42, Trumbo) to dramedy (Patch Adams, 28 Days), Tudyk has one of the most recognizable and interesting careers in showbusiness.

"Resident Alien" Star Alan Tudyk

Based on the Dark Horse comics, SYFY’s "Resident Alien" follows a crash-landed alien named Harry whose secret mission is to kill all humans. Alan Tudyk, who plays Harry, joined us to share more about the show, the challenges of playing multiple characters and a little about his beloved dogs!

How Alan Tudyk Helped Create The Peacemaker Dance Sequence [Exclusive]

Did you really think we were done talking about how ridiculously awesome the opening credits for "Peacemaker" are? THINK AGAIN! We, like pretty much everyone else in the world, can't get enough of the moving and shaking of James Gunn's "Peacemaker," finally giving fans in the streaming era an excuse to not hit the "Skip Intro" button on HBO Max. We're so obsessed that we recently sat down to interview the remarkable Charissa Barton, who choreographed the opening number, and y'all are not going to want to miss the deep insider knowledge she was able to provide regarding the dance number's origins, execution, and production. Charissa Barton is a decorated dancer and choreographer (the woman went to The Juilliard School!) and she's also married to one of the most universally beloved genre actors in the biz, Alan Tudyk.

Peacemaker BTS Video Likens Opening Credits to 'Claymation in Human Form' — Plus, How Did Alan Tudyk Help?

Do ya really wanna bigger taste of Peacemaker‘s incredibly rewatchable opening credits? HBO Max has released a “making of” video (watch above), in which series creator/director James Gunn, choreographer Charissa Barton and several cast members provide commentary and BTS anecdotes over rehearsal footage of the 90-second song-and-dance sequence. Barging into each episode with the first yelps of “Do Ya Wanna Taste It” (by the glam metal band Wig Wam), the opening credits, which were filmed over one day in a high school auditorium, start off with John Cena’s antihero joined by Freddie Stroma’s Vigilante and and Danielle Brooks’ Adebayo. A few beats...

Clips Round-Up: Clarice In Therapy, Alan Tudyk Is Distancing Socially, The Old Ways Exorcizes [Exclusive]

Thomas Harris fans were no doubt bummed when CBS could not come to an amicable agreement with MGM to shift their series "Clarice" over to Paramount+ for season 2, thus sadly ending the show after it had already been renewed. Luckily those fans can now pick up CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment's DVD of the first season, including exclusive deleted scenes, a gag reel, and behind-the-scenes featurettes including the one we have an extended two-minute clip from. In this exclusive clip staff writer Celena Cepriaso and co-executive producer Kenneth Lin discuss Clarice (Rebecca Breeds), her internal battles, and her search for answers through unconventional therapy.

Alan Tudyk and Sarah Levy Star in Trailer for Quarantined Comedy DISTANCING SOCIALLY

A new trailer has been released for the pandemic comedy Distancing Socially, featuring the all-star comedy cast Alan Tudyk (Firefly, Resident Alien), Sarah Levy (Schitt’s Creek), Rory Scovel (I Feel Pretty, Physical), Andy Buckley (The Office), and Jim O’Heir (Parks and Rec). The film was shot during lockdown using remote...

Alan Tudyk, Sarah Levy Navigate Quarantine Life in ‘Distancing Socially’ Trailer (EXCLUSIVE)

Cinedigm Corp has acquired all U.S. and Canadian rights to “Distancing Socially,” a quarantine comedy premiering on digital and on demand on Oct 5. Starring Alan Tudyk, Sarah Levy, Rory Scovel, Andy Buckley and Jim O’Heir, the film was shot during lockdown using remote technology. Written and directed by Chris Blake, “Distancing Socially” explores love, friendship and the idea that a world of increased connectivity ironically leads to greater miscommunication. The film features a series of comical vignettes shared across a telecommunications app, focusing on the everyday problems of various loosely connected characters that play out virtually amidst a global lockdown. Jessika Van,...