Now THIS was a WHOLE LOT of work, since it was almost IMPOSSIBLE to find "Prison Break" Screencaps at all... in the end I was like "fuck it" and took my DVDs out and capped the scenes I needed myself. *lol* I don't regret that I chose Prison Break - OF COURSE - even though I haven't made ANY Prison Break artwork in YEARS, but well... I still love the show and rewatching some scenes made me go "awwwwwwwwww" a lot... for example the scene in Season 2 where Sucre almost drowned and Michael wouldn't leave his side, no matter what... *sighs*
Long story short... my claim for Round 23 of tvcrush20in20 was "Prison Break" and I managed to finish my claim today... being unemployeed has it's benefits, huh? :p
There's a new show on AE called Breakout Kings. The last episode they had (#3) featured a "Prison Break" cross-over featuring T-Bag escaping from Fox River! It was nice seeing the old PB again and hearing them "hint" of the show. ahhh i sure miss that show...
Is this community still alive? Well, in case anyone's still left... FYI :)
Hi guys, just wanted to let you know of a new community. It was made specifically for 'where are they now' news and we are aiming to keep up to date to what the Prison Break cast have been doing since the end of the show, and have that news all on one place.
Feel free to join, the more the merrier! Thanks :)
Wentworth Related news! Thanks to Primulablue on Ex:
The company of "Juno" and "Little Miss Sunshine" is developing a new movie titled "Stoker," with Mulligan in talks to star. The kicker? The project is written by "Prison Break" star Wentworth Miller.
"Stoker" tells of an eccentric teenager whose enigmatic and estranged uncle returns to the family after the death of the girl's father. And the company is adding some more boldfaced names from across the pond: Ridley and Tony Scott's Scott Free Productions is in talks to produce. Searchlight is also in talks with Jodie Foster to costar with Mulligan.
It's rare for a commercial powerhouse such as Scott Free to develop boutique films (though they did work with Searchlight on the current relationship comedy "Cyrus"). And Foster has only recently taken a turn to the lower-budget (she directed and costars in upcoming quirky dramedy "The Beaver"). But Searchlight has honed populist specialty films to an art form and, apparently, Hollywood's most commercial names don't want to let it go either.
I had a long time to make a video for Michael Scofield.
Hope you will like this one. No clips from season 4, so everyone who didn't like the ending you can watch this vid!
Watch/Comment/Rate if you will enjoy it!
Michael Scofield - Daisy (MiSa)
I just watched the Prison Break "SERIES FINALE" on German TV... kinda... but it confused me... *lol*, because they did it TOTALLY different than on American TV, but I think, it might be the better way...
The people who have seen Prison Break know, that after the scene where Michael and Sara take a walk on the beach and Michael starts bleeding again, there is this "time jump" with "5 years later"... and then the people know how the people are 5 years later, but not what happened exactly...
So far, so good... that's how it was in American TV, and then there was this movie, to explain what happened during those 5 years, or better to say, at the beginning of those 5 years...
and now in German tv, this "5 years later" jump was "missing"... kinda... there was this walk on the beach between Michael and Sarah, and then they started with the scene the movie started... with Michael and Sarah "on the beach again" (don't wanna spoil anyone) and the "party afterwards" and it ended with this "chaos"...
So I think, they might show "us" the "5 years jump" by the end of the movie... and they will split the movie in 2 parts anyways... one will air next week, the other the week after... and I guess, after the "movie" we will see the 5 years later part... I just don't know if that's good or bad, because in this 5 years later jump you see characters you won't see in the movie and the other way round...
But well... I just wanted to tell you, that they show it different than originally, and the show the movie... so here it's not an "exclusive on DVD" thing!