LEAGUECAST NYCC 2015 Bonus Interviews – DJ Qualls & Joel de la Fuente From THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE

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This year at New York Comic Con, I had the pleasure of sitting with a few of the cast members of Amazon’s new original series The Man In The High Castle. In this special episode of the Leaguecast, you’ll hear roundtable audio with Joel De La Fuente and DJ Qualls. I was at a table with a several other reporters so you will hear other voices asking questions besides mine.

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Hear what Joel De La Fuente thinks about playing Inspector Kido, what the show says about our current society and hear a bit from DJ Qualls about what drew him to the role and why comedy is far harder than drama. DJ’s audio is cut short because I had to excuse myself from the roundtable, but I hope you’ll enjoy what’s here! Be advised, there are some light SPOILERS in the audio.

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If you’d like to check out the show, you can this weekend during Amazon’s preview weekend. The pilot and second episode of The Man In The High Castle will be available for no-charge at www.amazon.com/maninthehighcastle beginning at 12am PST on Friday, October 23rd and ending at 11:59pm PST on Sunday, October 25th in the US and UK.

Based on Phillip K. Dick’s Hugo Award-winning alternate history novel, THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE explores what would have happened if the Allied Powers had lost World War II. Check out the official trailer:

As always, you can listen to the LeagueCast right here in your browser, download the MP3 file, or check out the show and subscribe to the podcast in the iTunes store or on Stitcher Smart Radio. We welcome your comments and suggestions here in the comment section below, or via our email address: GLAFanMail@gmail.com!

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All music used for review purposes. Theme music by Jeremy Simonich. Additional music by Kevin MacLeod.

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Adam Moreau

Adam Moreau is a television advertising salesman by day and a geek by night (some would argue he's still a geek during the day). Growing up, he developed his love for film through trips to the movies, his local video store, hours of HBO, and further viewings of horrible copies of those same video store movies. These days, he watches more movies and TV than he has time for. In fact, he's probably watching something right now. He is married, has two kids, and is raising them in the ways of the Force.