Thursday, November 30, 2006

DVD signing ~ Dec 12

From NBC Universal

Tuesday, 12/12, 9-9:30am
Law & Order: Criminal Intent Signing
Kathryn Erbe and Vincent D'Onofrio will be signing copies of the just released Law & Order: Criminal Intent season 2 DVD.


Wednesday, November 29, 2006

"Pulling a D'Onofrio"

November 29

One of our all-time favorite TV series is Homicide: Life on the Street. And one of our all-time favorite Homicide episodes is called "The Subway". In it, Vincent D'Onofrio plays a subway commuter who somehow gets wedged between the platform and a subway car. Full article.

Thanks Judy


Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving

This card sent in by Keiko and Yusuke sums it up for us. A safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday to all!!


Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Fans with Vincent

Submitted by eames_shrine. Thanks

This was apparently in a Google Alert on November 20. A fan, CrushedVelvet, posted her photo of herself and friends with Vincent. They looked a bit overwhelmed!

"I met Vincent D'Onofrio today! My friend Allie received a letter in the mail a few days ago telling her that they would be filming for CI in her neighborhood (we live in Staten Island.) So today we went by the house and caught Vincent right before he went on a lunch break. He was an absolute sweetheart..." Read her full post.


Saturday, November 18, 2006

Filming CI

Posted by Redlib on Blogger
November 18, 2006

I will have a full report soon, but for now, here's a camera phone pic of Vincent D'Onofrio. As I approached the entrance, there was a mob scene and I thought, man people really want to get into this con! But it was just a street corner filming of Law and Order, Criminal Intent. Which I had to tell about 20 people asking "Who is that? I think it's CSI. "

See her full post.

Submitted by Evil_Newyorker - Thank you!


Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Video Clips, Interviews


Video interviews added --
Click on 'Primetime', then 'Law and Order: Criminal Intent' for selection of interviews and clips.

Michael Biehn, Fran Drescher, and others

Thanks PeachyBC


Friday, November 10, 2006

Kate on Jeopardy



Thursday, November 09, 2006

Interview with Warren Leight - Part 2


In Part II of our exclusive interview with Law & Order: Criminal Intent producer Warren Leight, we learn more about the surprises in store for fans during November sweeps. We also find out how Leight feels about recent articles charging the Law & Order franchise with excessive violence, and what goes into writing an episode of Criminal Intent.

Criminal Intent and the other Law & Order series are drawing heat this season. Some critics feel the shows have taken the level of violence too far, specifically the Elisabeth Hasselbeck case, where a character with a similar name was raped and murdered.
It’s funny; it’s something I’ve been talking about. I don’t know if it’s a shift in graphic violence. But to compare, and I’m not attempting to rationalize it, this show to what is on virtually every other show that deals with crime, we’re way behind the pack. We’ve done more stylized shooting with the teasers and we’ve faded to red where it feels more shocking than graphic. We have people who were upset that Detective Eames was kidnapped in the first episode, and then Detective Logan getting knocked around in a firehouse. You can’t sustain that sort of emotional intensity for all episodes. Episode One of this season was, in fact, shocking, but I wanted the audience to worry about Eames. I wouldn’t say it was gratuitous in any way.

Full interview.

Thank you to PeachyBC and Lrose


Thank You

We'd like to take a moment to say thank you to those who take the time to send in articles, clips, photos and other tidbits.

To mention a few: BobbyG, Mel, Judy, Jefferaldo, Jenncho, Amy, PeachyBC, Keiko, Rosie, Lrose, Karen, vdofangurl, Nicole_Wallace and many other kind souls out there.

Thanks to all of you for sharing with all of us.


Thursday, November 02, 2006

Interview with Warren Leight

From TV with MeeVee
November 1, 2006

Law & Order: Criminal Intent returned this season facing an uphill battle: new night, new timeslot, and new cast members. If fans were nervous about all of the changes, just imagine how executive producer Warren Leight must be feeling.

Fortunately for us, Leight took time out of his hectic schedule to give an exclusive interview. He reveals everything you're dying to know about the cast changes, what's coming up in weeks ahead, and how in the hell the show snagged Liza Minnelli as a guest star.

MV: Thanks so much for taking the time to do this interview, Warren. You're talking to the biggest Law & Order: Criminal Intent fan you can find.

WL: Good. Great. What a relief! (laughter)
Full interview.