Mike confronts Alien Agendas and more in “Childhood’s End”

Source: Comicbookresources.com Mike Vogel started out as a model, but he soon discovered his true calling in Hollywood. Over the course of his career, he’s successfully navigated between feature films and television projects, including “Grounded For Life”, 2003’s “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”, “Poseidon”, “Pan Am” and “Bates Motel”. Now, in a follow-up to his three-season stint…

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Mike Vogel and Daisy Betts talks “Childhood’s End”

Source: Hollywood Outbreak The highly anticipated Syfy series “Childhood’s End“ is based on Arthur C. Clarke’s seminal novel about the invasion of Earth by an alien race known as the Overlords. This takeover is initially deemed as a peaceful situation, as humanity enters a near utopian existence. Science fiction, however, isn’t grounded in rose colored happy…

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Red Carpet Crash talks “Childhood’s End” and “Dome” with Mike Vogel

Source: Redcarpetcrash.com Mike Vogel has appeared in “Under The Dome”, “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”, “The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants”, “Grind”, “Poseidon”, “Blue Valentine”, “The Help”, “Bates Motel”, and “Cloverfield”. He’s one of the stars of Syfy’s new event series “Childhood’s End” airing Monday night. We talked about it, “Under The Dome”, farm life and football….

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Review of “Childhood’s End” – Bold but Flawed

Source: Collider.com There are good reasons why some pieces of literature, even hugely popular ones, maybe shouldn’t be adapted to screen. But, that’s never stopped anyone from trying. Syfy is the first to take a visual stab at Arthur C. Clarke’s 1953 science fiction novel “Childhood’s End”, which deals with deep and difficult themes about…

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Mike Vogel and Charles Dance interviewed by Bay Area

Source: Bayareahq.com Watch Ally Williams as she catches up with Charles Dance and Mike Vogel who star in Arthur C. Clarke’s “Childhood’s End”, one of the most acclaimed and influential science fiction novels of all time. The book will come to life in its first-ever adaptation this December. The six hour television event will premiere on Syfy…

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