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Summary: Season 2 begins with Gladys organizing a fund-raiser to help Canadian POWs after she hears a Chinese-American man talk about the horrors of war. Also: Bob and Marco learn the truth about Lorna’s pregnancy; and Betty has mixed feelings about an old friend who resurfaces.

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Added screencaps of Michael from the Bomb Girls Movie – Facing the Enemy to the gallery. **Note that on the last page there are images that are quite graphic, blood wise.

If you live in Canada and haven’t seen it yet (or just want to watch it again!) go HERE. If you live in the United States, the movie will be premiering on May 26th on REELZ channel at 9pm.

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Check out this video that the Bomb Girls’ Facebook page originally posted tonight. It shows Michael, along with the other main cast of Bomb Girls.

“Our amazing cast has a very special message for all you Bomb Girls fans out there. Check out their video shout-out”

 



Today, Reelz announced that they will be airing the 2-hour Bomb Girls movie, Facing the Enemy on Monday, May 26th at 9pm ET. Below is a little blurb about the movie:

…transporting viewers to a dark hour in the Battle for the Atlantic. Under constant pressure to turn out more bombs, as well as work on a new secret sonar line, the women of Victory Munitions band together in a tight bond of support and friendship. But when a disturbing menace appears in the form of a saboteur among the factory workers, Gladys Witham (Jodi Balfour), a fiery young woman from privilege, is covertly recruited by Allied Intelligence to find the traitor, forcing her to spy on her best friends, co-workers and fellow agents and call into question everyone and everything she trusts.

Also, in preparation for the movie, starting April 13th, Reelz will be re-airing both seasons 1 and 2 of Bomb Girls. Check out the schedule for that below:

Sunday, April 13
Season 1- episodes 1-3 starting at 11am ET/ 8am PT

Sunday, April 20
Season 1- episodes 4-6 starting at 11am ET/ 8am PT

Sunday, April 27
Season 2- episodes 1-3 starting at 11am ET/ 8am PT

Sunday, May 4
Season 2- episodes 4-6 starting at 11am ET/ 8am PT

Sunday, May 11
Season 2- episodes 7-9 starting at 11am ET/ 8am PT

Sunday, May 18
Season 2- episodes 10-12 starting at 11am ET/ 8am PT

Saturday, May 24
Season 1- all six episodes air back to back starting at 11am ET/ 8am PT

Sunday, May 25
Season 2- episodes 1-6 air back to back starting at 11am ET/ 8am PT

Monday, May 26
Season 2- episodes 7-12 air back to back starting at 3pm ET/ 12pm PT

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The two-hour television movie is titled, Bomb Girls: Facing the Enemy. It is airing on Thursday, March 27 @ 8pm ET/PT on GlobalTV in Canada. There hasn’t been any word about a U.S. or any other country airing at this time.

Say hello to Bomb Girls: Facing the Enemy. It’s the two-hour TV movie that A) reunites everyone’s favorite Canadian munitions factory workers, and B) closes out the series with one heck of a bang (pun intended).

The plot: well, here’s what Global has to say:

“In the darkest hour of WWII, a new and disturbing menace appears: a saboteur among the factory workers. Bomb Girl Gladys Witham, a fiery young woman from privilege, is covertly recruited by Allied Intelligence to find the traitor on the new line. But she must spy on her best friends, co-workers and fellow agents, calling into question everyone and everything she has come to trust.”

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Some more detailed information about the movie’s plot:

Bomb Girls — Facing the Enemy picks up in Spring 1943, four to five months after the Season 2 finale. Much like the series itself the film focuses on Gladys (Jodi Balfour) and her mission to help the efforts during the Second World War. When we return, she has left the munitions factory and taken up a job as a spy at a place loosely based on Camp X, a Canadian facility that trained spies from all over the world. There she meets the show’s first Jewish character and a potential love interest, as played by Jamie Elman (Student Bodies).

“You need an event that launches the movie so that was the main story, Gladys’s first six months (at the camp), and she’s now being trained by Clifford [Tahmoh Penikett],” Mitchell reveals. “There’s a course of events that happen that make her have to go back into the factory as a spy. Her cover is that she’s just coming back, so it’s very interesting.”

The film will also deal with the fallout of Betty (Ali Liebert) taking the blame for the death of Kate’s (Charlotte Hegele) father, and will follow up with fan favourites Lorna (Meg Tilly), Vera (Anastasia Phillips) and Marco (Antonio Cupe). Whether that leaves time for Lorna’s family and the rest of the munitions factory characters remains to be seen. If Mitchell and her team have their way, this film will only be the first of several.

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Here are some of the pictures of Bomb Girls’ Season 2 Photoshoot. Further below is a behind the scenes type video, featuring Matt Barnes (the photographer).

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Here are production stills featuring Michael for various Bomb Girls’ episodes.

 

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“Look who’s baaaack. #IvanTheTerrible #BombGirls #BombGirlsMovie #NewYearNewLookNewPaige”

Then here is some other pictures that Michael has posted recently on his Instagram as well:

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Bomb Girls – The Movie started filming today and it looks like Michael will be reprising his role as Ivan Buchinsky in it as well! Check out the press release from Shaw Media below!

Toronto, October 30, 2013 – Muse Entertainment and Back Alley Film Productions in association with Shaw Media announced today that production has begun on Bomb Girls -The Movie (working title). The original BOMB GIRLS cast returns reprising their roles with Canadian Screen Award-winning actress Meg Tilly (as Lorna Corbett), Jodi Balfour (as Gladys Witham), Charlotte Hegele (as Kate Andrews), Ali Liebert (as Betty McRae), Antonio Cupo (as Marco Moretti), Anastasia Phillips (as Vera Burr), Michael Seater (as Ivan  Buchinsky), and Peter Outerbridge (as Bob Corbett) reprising their roles. The two-hour film, from Emmy® Award-nominated executive producer Michael Prupas (The Kennedys, Bomb Girls) and Gemini Award-winning executive producers Adrienne Mitchell and Janis Lundman (Bomb Girls, Played, Durham County), is shooting in Toronto and Hamilton until November 20, 2013.

Bomb Girls -The Movie takes viewers back to Spring 1943, as the Battle for the Atlantic rages and an Axis victory seems inevitable. German U-boats patrol the ocean picking off ships, destroying much needed supplies and inflicting heavy casualties. The one hope the Allies have – production of newly developed sonar equipment – is moved to Victory Munitions when the British factories are bombed. Then, in the darkest hour of the war, a new and disturbing menace appears – a saboteur among the factory workers.

Bomb Girl Gladys Witham (Balfour), a fiery young woman from privilege, is covertly recruited by Allied Intelligence to find the traitor on the new line. But she must spy on her best friends, coworkers and fellow agents, calling into question everyone and everything she has come to trust.

“The original cast is excited to be reunited and continue this amazing story of the bomb girls and their fierce commitment to the war effort and each other,” says executive producer Adrienne Mitchell.

“Although set in the 1940s, this portrait of ultimate grace under extraordinary pressure resonates today,” notes executive producer Janis Lundman.

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And here’s a picture from the table read that creator and executive producer Adrienne Mitchell posted on her twitter of the cast.



A tad old, but I just transferred this video over to the new youtube. Fortunately, this time it’s got some better audio. In this video Michael Seater talks about his character Ivan Buchinsky, since Ivan was a new edition to the second season.

Character Description: Ivan is an engineer hailing from Winnipeg, unable to serve because of asthma. Working at VicMu, he finds that there are benefits to being one of the few men in a factory full of women. Ivan is outgoing and warm, with a penchant for falling in love and breaking hearts – his own included. A newer addition to Victory Munitions, Ivan, nevertheless makes friends easily and is often the life of the party, is blending in just fine.