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Fringe's John Noble Previews 'Remarkable' Walter/Peter Scenes and a Perfect Series Finale
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Fringe's John Noble Previews 'Remarkable' Walter/Peter Scenes and a Perfect Series Finale

Jan 10 2013, 7:32pm CST | by

This Friday on Fringe — in the Fox’s drama’s antepenultimate hour — the team will track down September aka “Donald,” for better and for worse. Because though September is in possession of missing...

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Fringe's John Noble Previews 'Remarkable' Walter/Peter Scenes and a Perfect Series Finale

Jan 10 2013, 7:32pm CST | by

Fringe Season 5 Spoilers

This Friday on Fringe — in the Fox’s drama’s antepenultimate hour — the team will track down September aka “Donald,” for better and for worse.

Because though September is in possession of missing pieces from the puzzle that has been Walter’s plan to defeat the Observers, it is quickly realized that with any such big win will come a large loss.

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“We know there’s something that has to happen in order to beat the Observers,” John Noble shared during a conference call with reporters. “By now, we’ve built up to the fact that possibly maybe Walter has to do something pretty upsetting to make this happen.”

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THE GOOD SON
With time running out and lives forever on the line, Fringe‘s final three episodes (the final two air on Jan. 18) will give fans something they never can get enough of — Bishoply bonding. (This Friday, for example, Walter volunteers to his son, “I never thought it possible I could love you more. But now I do.”)/>

“The way that [Walter's] relationship with Peter plays out in the next two episodes, and particularly in the finale, is really quite remarkable,” Noble effused. “I know that the fans love the relationship between Peter and Walter so much, and we certainly paid homage to that and brought it home, I believe, really strongly.” The actor said he has “beautiful moments” with Olivia and Astrid, as well.

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A GRAND FINALE
Noble acknowledges that the cast was “apprehensive,” to say the least, about reading the script for the series finale, titled “An Enemy of Fate,” since expectations can be so high. But once delivered and consumed, it proved to be out of this (or any) world./>

“I can honestly say that it was everything I had hoped it could possibly be,” he said. “It tied up our character lines, it tied up the great story arc…. I was extremely elated.”

So, does Fringe go out with a bang, as showrunner Joel Wyman has indicated? “It’s certainly going [out] with a bang,” Noble assured. “I hope history will judge it as one of the great finales of all time. I really believe they will.”

As for Walter’s individual fate, he allowed this: “If you had asked me in Season 1 where I thought Walter should finish up, it would have been exactly where he does. That’s the remarkable thing — it’s the perfect arc for Walter.” (With reporting by Vlada Gelman)

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Sleep Hollowy Set Scoop: Stars Talk Fear of John Noble, An Emotional Headless Horseman & More

Sep 29 2014 11:49am CDT | Source: TV Fanatic

So... we're supposed to feel empathy for the Headless Horseman now?!? Never! Sorry. Let's step back a second and listen to what actor Neil Jackson - who has the distinction of playing two sides of the same character - had to say about portraying both Abraham and, post-beheading, the Headless Horseman. How and why might the audience might react to seeing a different version of this evil creature? (Come on, this is Sleepy Ho ...
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Sleepy Hollow Set Spoilers: Tom Mison & John Noble on Challenges, Secrets, Lies & Hair!

Sep 19 2014 10:30am CDT | Source: TV Fanatic

You knew I had to bring it up, right? Whenever I interview Sleepy Hollow star Tom Mison, his hair somehow comes into the conversation and, as he asked during my recent interview on the North Carolina set, it can be either Ichabod Crane's locks or the actor's own. (Why should we have to choose, right?) Besides hair talk, however, we also discussed Sleepy Hollow Season 2 Episode 1 and Crane inevitably having a 'bone to pick' (or perhaps ...
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