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    [1]Aug 19, 2009
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    MTV Movies Blog: Caprica Casting News

    James Marsters, who played fan-favorite Spike on Buffy & its spin-off Angel, has joined the cast of Caprica. He'll play a villain named Barnabus Greeley, described as a dangerous and unpredictable terrorist torn by his conflicting moral and carnal desires. The character appears to exist outside of the show’s primary focus of the Graystones & Adamas.

    Also joining is funnyman Patton Oswalt who'll play recurring character Baxter Sarno, a comedian and talk show host who regularly features the Graystones on his program.
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    [2]Sep 30, 2009
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    SyFy Press Release

    Syfy is launching the first phase of its innovative national marketing campaign behind the highly anticipated January 22, 2010, premiere of Caprica with screenings at the prestigious San Diego, Woodstock and Austin Film Festivals.

    •San Diego Film Festival on Saturday, September 26.
    •At Woodstock Film Festival, celebrating its 10th anniversary, Friday, October 2, and Sunday, October 4.
    •Caprica Producer/Director Jeffrey Reiner and star Esai Morales will attend the Austin Film Festival Saturday, October 24 screening as well as participate on panels.
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    [3]Nov 14, 2009
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    The Watcher: Exclusive first look: Battlestar prequel Caprica retools, reduces and readies itself for January 22 debut

    "The series will premiere with a 2-hour pilot that is already available as a standalone DVD. 8 additional hours of Caprica will air through March. Then the show will take a break and the remaining 9 hours of Caprica's first season will air some time in the second half of 2010. ...Syfy had originally commissioned a total of 20 hours for Season 1, but the show, which is currently in production on the last 3rd of the season in Vancouver, will now consist of 19 hours."

    Ck out the article for more details about the show.
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