As Admiral William Adama on “Battlestar Galactica”, Edward James Olmos delivered one of the best performances in sci-fi history. It’s the type of performance people are going to remember for a long time as he showed mainstream audiences what great science fiction is all about.
While “Battlestar Galactica” had its series finale earlier this year, for fans of the show, we’ve got one more thing left to watch. That’s because a lot of the cast filmed a TV movie called “The Plan” and it shows part of what happened in the Battlestar universe from the Cylons perspective.
According to Edward James Olmos, once we see the movie, it’ll make us want to watch the entire series all over again!
Anyway, at last night’s Saturn Awards I managed to get some time with the great actor backstage. After the jump you can see the interview. We talked about his thoughts on the series being over, what’s “The Plan” about, this year’s Comic-Con, and his thoughts on the finale. Take a look:
Edward James Olmos
- Is it bittersweet that the series is over
- He talks about what The Plan is about
- Comic-Con talk
- What was his reaction to reading the script for the finale
- Would he do another TV show
and make sure to check the Collider front page for ton’s of other red carpet video interviews from the 2009 Saturn Awards