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Dang, wont be seeing Pan Am not till December 4!! Here is info on the episode plus video preview!
“Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”
– Once in London, Ted enlists Laura’s help to try to make an old flame – Amanda Mason (Ashley Greene) — jealous, but things don’t go the way he expects. Meanwhile, Kate attempts to regain her freedom from her courier duties by agreeing to one last mission for her British contact, but the dangerous assignment not only puts her life in jeopardy but Anderson’s as well; Maggie butts heads with a hawkish congressman who disagrees with her political views, but things really heat up when she tries to change his mind about his beliefs and ends up sparking an attraction with him; and back at home, Dean takes Colette to meet his parents and the two discover feelings that have been brewing for a long time, on “Pan Am,” SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
“Pan Am” stars Christina Ricci as Maggie, Margot Robbie as Laura, Michael Mosley as Ted, Mike Vogel as Dean, Karine Vanasse as Colette and Kelli Garner as Kate.
Guest starring are Ashley Greene(“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1,” “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse,” “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” and “Twilight”) as Amanda Mason, David Harbour as Anderson, Chris Beetem as Chris Rawlings, John Bedford Lloyd as Captain Dennis, Damian Young as Mr. Bolger, Jim Coope as Bill Lowrey and Ann Dowd as Marjorie Lowrey.
“Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” was written by Moira Walley-Beckett & Lydia Woodward and directed by John Fortenberry.
As of ABC Press Release, Pan Am is going steady and even a rise in ratings!! Hope it keeps going!!
“Pan Am” (10:00-11:00 p.m.)
During the 10 o’clock hour, ABC’s “Pan Am” bested its CBS drama competition among key demos, leading “CSI: Miami” by 8% with Adults 18-34 (1.3/4 vs. 1.2/3) and by 20% with Women 18-34 (1.8/5 vs. 1.5/4).
* Drawing is biggest overall audience in 3 weeks (5.7 million), ABC’s “Pan Am” rose week to week in Total Viewers (+10%), Adults 18-49 (+6%), Women 18-49 (+9%) and Women 25-54 (+15%).
Margot recently attended an event in New York, ‘My Week With Marilyn’ premiere at The Paris Theatre! Added 5HQ photos! =]
On the New York set of PAN AM, Margot Robbie previews what Laura will be up to in “Unscheduled Departure” to GiveMeMyRemote.com’s Marisa Roffman.
Take four very spirited stewardesses, two manly pilots, a hostile war zone and tropical storm conditions and mix them together. What do you get? ‘Unscheduled Departure,’ an action-packed episode of ‘Pan Am’ (Sun., Nov. 13, 10PM ET on ABC).
“This is actually my favorite episode,” Margot Robbie told AOL TV on the New York set of the ABC drama. “I think it’s my favorite episode so far. Berlin, I really, really love, but this one I literally couldn’t put the script down, and I’m not just saying that.”
In ‘Unscheduled Departures,’ the crew encounters serious turbulence — both inside and outside the plane — on the way to Caracas, Venezuela. A passenger suffers a heart attack and it turns out there’s no doctor on board the flight. Ted (Michael Mosley) and Colette (Karine Vanasse) venture out on their own to find help.
“It was one of my favorites too,” Mosley said. “There’s just an adrenaline to it that’s just really exciting. In prior episodes, there’d be two or three of us here and there, going off to do different things. In this one, we’re all facing the same direction.”
While searching for a doctor and medicine, Colette gets to use her native language.
“We take off, we’re not supposed to go to Haiti, but finally because of a hurricane and because of somebody being sick on the plane, we have to land,” Vanasse said. “Once we land, we sort of see that, well, we didn’t chose the right place to land.”
Along with the drama off the plane, the ladies have to deal with guest star Aaron Diaz. In the episode, the multi-talented Mexican star plays Miguel, a charming and wealthy passenger who has charmed the stewardesses with promises of yacht trips.
“It’s like an action movie in one episode,” Robbie said. “It’s incredible … The stakes are so high, it’s gripping.”
Check out an exclusive preview of the episode below.
On Sunday night’s episode of “Pan Am,” we certainly saw a rather interesting diversion for Margot Robbie’s character of Laura — rather than get closer to being with Ted in this past episode, she ended up having a brief relationship with Joe, an African-American sailor that was treated poorly by a number of people for circumstances beyond his control.
So what’s goint to happen here? Speaking to E! News, Robbie says that Ted and Laura will not be on the backburner for particularly long:
“I was really surprised too, because I thought that they were definitely going to make that storyline happen first. But Laura and Ted kind of rekindle that in future episodes. In fact, in the next episode there is a lot more of Laura and Ted love interest storyline. It’s so sweet and it’s so fun.”
These two have already had one memorable storyline this season courtesy of trying to get an engagement ring back — so we’re excited to see what happens next.
Are you hoping to see Laura and Ted together?
The UK are set to take off with the showing of “Pan Am” On UK Channel, BBC Two:
Mike Vogel, Margot Robbie and Karine Vanasse star in US period drama Pan Am, due to start on BBC Two on Wednesday 16 November 2011.
The iconic Pan American World Airways comes under the spotlight this week with a documentary on the story of Pan Am on BBC Two on Saturday 12 November 2011 followed by the first two episodes of Pan Am, a 22-part period drama, on Wednesday16 November 2011. Set in 1963, the show follows the lives of four hostesses and two pilots as they help shape the pioneering airline.
The star is pilot Dean Lowrey (played by Mike Vogel), the first of a new breed of flyers not trained in the war. A farm boy, he is a bit young for the responsibility he is given but wants to prove himself to the airline. His co-pilot is Ted Vanderway (played by Michael Mosley), who in contrast comes from a wealthy family, but one with a dark secret.
The hostesses are rebellious Maggie Ryan (played by Christina Ricci), flirtatious Colette Valois (played by Karine Vanasse) and sisters Kate (played by Kelli Garner) and Laura (played by Margot Robbie) Cameron.
What happens when you add four stewardesses, a plane full of sailors, and an unlimited amount of alcohol?
We talked to Pan Am’s Australian beauty Margot Robbie and she reveals the new man in Laura’s life, the fate of your favorite couples—and the answer to that question!
And that answer is: “A really funny scene!”
Robbie explains, “It was hilarious because they had been in a submarine for the last six months, so they were going crazy and having this massive party on the plane!” We’d like a window seat on that flight, please!
And it seem like one of the stewardesses has a thing for men in uniform. Robbie reveals that Laura’s runaway-bride label will soon be disappearing after tonight’s episode. “For my character there is a new love-interest and he is an African-American sailor, which is obviously really topical because in 1963 racism was just so much more prevalent than it is today,” Margot says. “It’s a controversial storyline, but it is beautifully written.” Hmm, we’re sensing a possible star-crossed lovers type of thing, and so who exactly is this potential new beau in Laura’s life? Friday Night Lights’ Gaius Charles plays the hunky, yet oh-so-proper character Joe and their scenes together are simply electric.