SFX Artist and horror mask maker The Fiendish Dr. Phil decided to sculpt a head of Summer Glau as damaged Cameron from Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Given there's no official TSCC action figures, The Fiendish Dr. Phil's initiative is welcome.
Here are a few work in progress and final images/videos of the damaged Cameron sculpt.
Credit photos and videos: The Fiendish Dr. Phil
While the head isn't a true likeness of her, I think this damaged Cameron head sculpt does Summer Glau/Cameron justice.
According to Dr. Phil, the head sculpt will make its official debuts at Son of Monsterpalooza, a three day celebration of all things monster related. taking place from September 12-14, 2014 at The Marriott Burbank Hotel, California.
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Summer Glau has been a busy, busy girl - playing a lot of powerful characters in movies and TV shows, meeting her fans at conventions all over the world and most recently completing the ALS ice bucket challenge after Joss Whedon nominated her.
And right now, we're ready to celebrate Summer's life and career with 20 style moments we love, taken from her roles in the big and small screen or from her public appearances. Choosing only 20 looks was a serious challenge. But someone's gotta do it, right? Click through for our favorites, and feel free to tell us in the comment section which of the actress's iconic outfits is your favorite or which one you would have included in the list.
List of Movies/Series/Events and reference of Summer's clothing when available:
First raw, TV Guide Magazine Hot List Party, Hollywood - November 4, 2013 (Natalia Double-Breasted Dress by Rachel Zoe) | Dallas Comic Con May 19 - 20, 2012 | Comic-Con International San Diego - July 13, 2012 | Premiere of The Cape, The Music Box, Los Angeles, 4 January 2011 (Love by Enzoani dress) | NBC upfronts 2010 New York City - May 17, 2010 (H&M pleated waist mini dress).
Second raw, Comic-Con San Diego - July 23, 2010 ('Tina' Split Sleeve Blouson Dress by Corey Lynn Calter) | Laid To Rest premiere - Los Angeles, April 18, 2009 | FOX Summer TCA Press Tour Los Angeles - July 14, 2008 | Fox Fall Eco-Casino Party, Los Angeles - September 24, 2007 | Serenity Premiere Los Angeles - September 22, 2005.
Third raw, Deadly Honeymoon (2010) > HD 1080p Captures | Serenity (2005) > Promos and Movie Stills | Arrow (2013 - 2014) > Production Stills (2 pics) (Francesca Gown by BCBGMAXAZRIA) | Alphas (2011 - 2012) > Season 1 > Production Stills .
Fourth raw, The Cape Promotional Photos - 2011 (2 pics) | TSCC Production Stills & BTS Pictures - Season 1 (2 pics) | TSCC Production Stills & BTS Pictures - Season 2
Valley Morning Star, a daily newspaper from the Rio Grande Valley, Texas, published on its November 10, 2012 edition an article titled "'Firefly' marks milestone in Science TV special" dedicated to the Firefly 10th Anniversary reunion that took place at San Diego Comic Con 2012.
Here's a scan of the article on page 20 of the November 10, 2012 issue of Valley Morning Star.
Magazine Scans > Scans from 2012 > Valley Morning Star - November 10, 2012
Here's a transcript of the article.
'Firefly' marks milestone in Science TV special
The "Firefly" saga consists of 14 TV episodes, one big-screen movie and the undiminished passion of the space Western's fans, stars and producers.
To mark the 10th anniversary of the Fox show's abbreviated 2002-03 run, the Science Channel is airing the hourlong "Firefly 10th Anniversary: Browncoats Unite" at 10 p.m. EST Sunday.
The special will be preceded by a marathon showing of all the "Firefly" episodes starting at 7 a.m. EST.
For "Firefly" devotees, only one word can describe the prospect of seeing star Nathan Fillion, other cast members and creator Joss Whedon talk about making and missing their baby: "shiny," which is "Firefly"-speak for cool or good.
Fillion, who came down to Earth successfully in ABC's detective series "Castle," is happy to wallow in nostalgia and fan fervor. This summer, he took part in a packed San Diego Comic-Con tribute to "Firefly."
"The sheer volume of people is just the first part of it," Fillion said recently of the event. "Then you have to get down to how excited these people are. It's incredible energy. It's a very visceral feeling."
"The way I see it is there are people who love 'Firefly' as much as I do. 'Firefly' has a very special meaning to me, so I share in that excitement. It's easy for me to understand it," the 41-year-old actor said.
The series, a 26th-century adventure leavened with droll humor, followed the misfit crew of the Firefly-class spaceship Serenity. (The 2005 movie that rose, improbably, from the ashes of the low-rated "Firefly" was titled "Serenity." Comic books are among the other spinoffs.)
The ship's captain, Fillion's dashing but discontented Malcolm "Mal" Reynolds, fought with the losing, good-guy Browncoats in a civil war and now lives and works on the fringes of a repressive society.
The photo that illustrates the article was taken during the round-table conversation with cast & crew members that preceded the Firefly panel at Comic Con 2012. Here's a high resolution version.
This July 2012 publicity photo provided by the Science
Channel shows the cast of "Firefly," from left, Nathan Fillion,
executive producer Tim Minear, Alan Tudyk, Summer Glau,
Sean Maher, Adam Baldwin and executive story editor
Jose Molina, reuniting for the 10 year anniversary of
the series in the Science Channel Special,
"Firefly: Browncoats Unite,".
Public Events > Events in 2012 > Comic-Con International San Diego - July 13, 2012
UHQ and MQ images of Summer Glau and Joss Whedon attending the Dizzy Feet Foundation Second 'Celebration of Dance' Gala at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on July 28, 2012 in Los Angeles, California have been added to the photo gallery.
Here's a sample and watch the rest of the new images in the Gallery.
Public Events > Events in 2012 > 2nd Annual Dizzy Feet Foundation's Dance Gala, LA - July 28, 2012
Summer Glau graced the cover of the January 7, 2011 issue of Glo, an online women’s lifestyle magazine. Summer is featured in the "Girl Crush Spotlight" section of the online magazine to mark the release of NBC's superhero drama "The Cape".
Find below digital images of the magazine and Summer's comment on her inspirations, her beauty secrets and her role on "The Cape".
Magazine Scans > Scans from 2011 > Glo.com - January 7, 2011
“When I first came to L.A., I had an idea of what I wanted to do.” Initially, Glau “really wanted to be a period film actress.” Her favorite leading lady? “Rita Hayworth.”
A Sci-Fi Career
Glau’s career took quite an unexpected direction, however. “Science fiction creates amazing roles for women. Growing up, my mother read me a lot of science fiction — Lord of the Rings, Madeleine L’Engle books — and I feel like they shaped my imagination, which really helped me as an actress. You have to be able to escape into that world. “
Her New Role
Glau’s latest project is NBC’s new superhero drama, The Cape, in which she’ll play secretive investigator Orwell. “I gravitate toward roles that empower women in the story. I love that [Orwell is] empowered,” Glau says. “She’s hard to define. Even for me as the actress, there are still so many unanswered questions. I’ve played a lot of powerful girl characters, but I feel like Orwell is on the brink of becoming a woman."
On Getting Older
Becoming a woman is one thing, but aging itself isn’t exactly celebrated by most Hollywood actresses. “I’m not apologizing for my age,” Glau says. “I really try to appreciate [my age]. Sometimes my heart beats a little faster when I think of all the things I still want to do. [But] something that’s nice about growing up is people will listen to you more.”
Her Changing Style
With age, of course, comes wisdom. “I think it’s probably true for most girls: As you get older, you start to know who you are and you get more confident about what works for you and what doesn’t,” Glau says. “I feel more comfortable communicating what’s right for me. I feel more confident about knowing myself.”
Balancing Work & Life
When it comes to balancing a hectic schedule, “the first essential is definitely getting enough water,” Glau says. “Sleep is the second thing. I’ve gotten more and more protective of my sleep as I get older. I just make myself get it in.”
Essential Beauty Product
Glau puts the focus on skin care by using Epicuren products. “They use it for me on [the set of The Cape] as well. That whole line keeps my skin hydrated and fresh.”
Her 2011 Goals
As for New Year’s resolutions, Glau has a couple: “I am going to read more books instead of just scripts. My second is to take my vitamins.”
(Glo publisher BermanBraun also produces the NBC series The Cape.)
Summer Glau is featured in the portrait section of French cinema magazine CINE LIVE #95, published in November 2005, on the occasion of the release of Joss Whedon's space western 'Serenity'.
The one-page article is illustrated with a photo of Summer from a photoshoot by Patrick Swirc.
Find below HQ scans of Summer Glau on the November 2005 issue of Cine Live, with Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" on the cover.
Magazine Scans > Scans from 2005 > Cine Live - November 2005
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If you want Summer's show to be successful, watching it for free on Crackle website and on many devices, including iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and smart TVs. is the way. If it's region-blocked for you, consider using some sort of VPN or proxy. If you don't know what that is, try Hola ( don't forget to turn of adblock. Ads might be annoying, but it's how Crackle is going to measure the success of the show).
You can also spread the word on various social networks and in the fan sites. The more people are talking about the show (that's called "social impact"), the better.
Don't hesitate to give your impressions on the show in the various threads dedicated to the show in the forum. Similarly, don't hesitate to engage with me on Twitter (@chrisdvanne) or if you're too lazy (or shy), re-tweeting my tweets would be a good way to show your support to the show.
Finally, I'm glad the series is so well received by critics and fans alike. Sequestered has it all; great acting talent, good storylines and many twist and turns. Can't wait to see the remaining six episodes on October 14th!
Joss Whedon took up the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and then he challenged Summer Glau, Lin-Manuel Miranda and the entire British Royal Family, except Prince George because "Don't do that to a little baby, thats mean".
Watch Joss Whedon's awesome video below and learn more about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and how it started.
And now I really want to see Summer do this!
Unless you’ve living under a rock you must have heard about the Ice Bucket Challenge to promote ALS. The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Justin Bieber, Oprah Winfrey, Dick Costolo, Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Fallon, Chris Christie, Triple H and Martha Stewart have all participated in the challenge and asked fellow celebs to do the same. The ALS Foundation reports that it has raised $15.6 million since the challenge started.
So why are they doing it?
Well the challenge involves pouring a bucket a bucket of cold ice water over their heads to raise awareness and fight ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) or Lou Gehrig’s disease. The challenge is simple, pour ice-cold water over your head and then challenge someone else to do it. The person challenged has to do so within 24 hours or donate $100 to fight ALS. Even if a person completes the challenge, they’re welcome to donate the money.
What is ALS?
‘ALS is a disease of the nervous system that affects the motor neurons in the brain and the spinal cord,’ says Dr Sudhir Kumar, senior consultant neurologist, Institute of Neurosciences, Hyderabad. These motor neurons carry signals from the brain to the spinal cord and from the spinal cord to the muscles throughout the body. ‘The disease is progressive in nature, which means once it starts it affects all body parts and ultimately causes complete loss of muscle movement and co-ordination. There is absolutely no hope of improvement in ALS and in the later stages the patient loses the ability to grab things, speak or even move any body part,’ he explains.
How did the challenge start?
The ALS Association credits Pete Frates, a former Boston College baseball player for making the challenge popular. He’s been living with the disease since 2012, and it has become a phenomenon since Frates took the challenge at the end of last month. .
Go to www.als.org to donate.
Side note: Tony Toscano, who moderated Summer's Q&A panel at Fantasy Con 2014, also nominated Summer Glau for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge