Dallas Comic Con Sci-Fi Expo 2014 (Irving, Texas. USA) February 8 – 9, 2014

CONVENTION VIDEOS: Lethbridge Entertainment Expo (November 23 – 24, 2013)

Below is a video of Aaron at the Black Talon booth at the Lethbridge Entertainment Expo convention.

Douglas Vs Wheaton

YouTube: deadlinemediainc
Video Description: Aaron Douglas at the Lethbridge Entertainment Expo has a few words for Mr. Wheaton.

Wheaton VS Douglas (Kings VS Canucks) November 9, 2013

Wil Wheaton blogs about Aaron (August 31, 2011)

Wil Wheaton mentions Aaron in his latest blog entry ….

Eureka: This One Time At Space Camp

In a few hours, I will be picked up and taken to the set for my last day on Eureka. Though I’ve known this day was coming for a couple of weeks, and I’ve been trying to prepare myself for it, I’m not ready. I don’t want this to be over. I don’t want to say goodbye to my friends.

Monday, we had our last day of work in Cafe Diem. At the end of the day, Chris Gauthier and Nial Matter were wrapped for the entire series, along with some other actors who are [SPOILER]. I stood there, next to Neil and Felicia, and applauded for them. Then, without warning, I began to cry. It’s real. It’s really over. We’re really done. In two days, I’ll finish my last scene, and the first AD will call out, “That is a series wrap for Wil Wheaton,” and I’ll cry again.

I’m glad to feel sad, as strange as that may sound. I know I’ve said this about some other things, but it’s true: I’m happy to be sad when something is ending, because if I wasn’t, it would mean that nothing good happened that I will miss.

I will miss everything about Eureka. I’m going to be a wreck tonight.

So let’s talk a bit about This One Time, At Space Camp, shall we? It’s going to be Spoileriffic, so you have been warned (or you’ve already been spoiled, because you follow me on Twitter. Sorry about that.)

I learned to ride a recumbant bike for this episode. It was challenging, but not as difficult as I expected, and ended up being quite a lot of fun. I also think that “May the best man BLAH BLAH BLAH” is my favorite Parrish line of the series.

Wasn’t Aaron Douglas magnificent? I loved seeing him play totally against his usual type, and I loved the way he interacted with the kids.

We talked a lot about how douchey Parrish should be in this episode. I wanted to let him be as supremely arrogant as possible, because he’s convinced that all of this is just a formality at this point. I wanted him to lift himself up as high as he possibly could, so the fall at the end of the episode would be that much more brutal for him (and awesome for the audience, who are almost certainly cheering for Holly and Fargo at this point, if we’ve all done our jobs.)

I watched the episode with Neil and Chris in Neil’s trailer during breaks in filming, and when Fargo makes it but Parrish doesn’t, Neil pointed at sad Parrish on the television, and did a Nelson Muntz HA HA right at him and then at me. It was really, really funny.

Can we just take a moment to marvel at how incredible Wallace Shawn was, too? I mean, holy shit was he incredible. We’re so lucky he is part of the show, and you guys haven’t even seen the best of it, yet.

Weeping for Titan,

#TeamParrish

Source: WWdN: In Exile

HUMAN: AN OPERATOR’S MANUAL by Chris Douglas

Purchase the book HUMAN: AN OPERATOR’S MANUAL by Chris Douglas (Aaron’s brother) and you will receive your choice of one the 3 exclusive photos below autographed by Aaron Douglas. These photos will only be available when purchasing Chris’ book, they will not be available to purchase anywhere else. When ordering, please let Chris know which photo you would like (Aaron & Wil Wheaton / Smallville / BSG).

Price: $21.95 if you live outside of Canada (includes shipping to anywhere in the world) or $17.95 if you live in Canada (includes shipping). All prices are in Canadian dollars.

This is a really great deal when you consider that to purchase an autographed photo at a con it costs $30. With this deal you’re getting Chris’ book and an autographed photo from Aaron for $21.95 (less if you’re in Canada).


Aaron & Wil Wheaton
Emerald City ComiCon (March 2010)


SMALLVILLE
7x14: Traveler


BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
2x03: Fragged


NOTE: Watermark will not appear on the photo you will be sent.

 

Order HUMAN: AN OPERATOR’S MANUAL Now!

http://humanoperatorsmanual.ca

 

Chris Douglas – Human: An Operators Manual

"Imagine in this instant, your past was wiped away and any insecurity you’ve ever had was gone. What if that little voice in your head that undermines you and keeps you from thriving was torn away from you and you were left with nothing but strength and hope? How would your life change? How would your life change if by simply understanding the purpose to your fears and insecurities allowed you to be liberated from them? What if they provided you with a specific biological survival function and by making a few simple changes would allow you to silence that voice in your head and with it all your fears and insecurities?"

Human: An Operator’s Manual is a proactive and solution focused book that simplifies the psychology, science, and theory behind our survival mechanisms and demonstrates how we can change the way we interact with the world and operate ourselves. This book is a must read not only for those struggling with personal challenges but also for those desiring to optimize their functioning.

Website: http://humanoperatorsmanual.ca
Price: $21.95 CAD (this includes shipping, regardless of where you live)
Ships: Worldwide

Aaron and Chris Douglas

Phoenix Comicon 2010 (May 29th – 30th, 2010)


Wheaton VS Douglas (Kings VS Canucks) April – May 2010

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Source: https://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12083970246


Game 1: Kings VS Canucks / 2 – 3


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12258776537

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theaarondouglas: And AD sleeps the sleep of the game one winner, a deep satisfying sleep that takes him well into the next day. Toss & turn Wheaton…. ;-)

wilw: @theaarondouglas You’d better turn your phone off. I’m calling you at 3am to do my best Randy Jones impression.

wilw: @theaarondouglas Actually, you want to leave it on, because to do the impression right, I’d have to give the phone to a Canuck player.


Game 2: Kings VS Canucks / 3 – 2


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12415284159


Game 3: Canucks VS Kings / 3 – 5


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12484732094


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12496635144


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Source: http://twitter.com/wilw/status/12499090411


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12499625297


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Source: http://twitter.com/babyface_GM/status/12500598413


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12501328107


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Source: http://twitter.com/babyface_GM/status/12501557111


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12502148106


Game 4: Canucks VS Kings / 6 – 4


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12605412594


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Source: http://twitter.com/wilw/status/12614784918


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12615105016


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12618564351


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Source: http://twitter.com/wilw/status/12620522256


Game 6: Canucks VS Kings / 4 – 2


Posted: Sunday, April 25th, 2010 @ 3:41pm
Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12846887383


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Source: http://twitter.com/wilw/status/12861581150


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Source: http://twitter.com/wilw/status/12861756721


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Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12865479927

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Canucks won 4 of the 6 games. I guess that means Wil is wearing a Canucks jersey at Phoenix Comicon next month.

Although, Wil never agreed to the bet (see below) did he? But that won’t stop Aaron :)
http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12083970246




Posted: Saturday, May 29th, 2010
https://twitter.com/wilw/status/15001406779

Wil Wheaton blogs about Aaron (April 8, 2010)

Wil Wheaton mentions Aaron in his latest blog entry ….

Note: This is a snippet of Wil Wheaton’s blog where he mentions Aaron. To read the full blog, click HERE.

Eureka: all the rage – day zero

Last night, I had dinner with my friend Aaron, who is also an actor and lives here. While we were waiting for our check, he asked me if I was excited to “go be an actor for a week.”

“I really am,” I said, “but I’m also a little nervous. I’ve spent so much time being a writer, I’m afraid that I’ll get stuck in my head once I’m on the set.”

I was talking about this thing that can happen to actors who are over-prepared or inexperienced. To really live in a scene and to really be connected to the other actors, we have to stay in each moment, reacting honestly and simply to what the other actors are doing. I do a ton of character preparation. In addition to knowing what my lines are, I know why I say each one. I know all sorts of stuff about my characters, because the more I know about a character, the wider my range is when I play him. I need to know what I want from each other character, what my purpose is in a scene, and then let all of that stuff fall away into some kind of subconscious background noise while I’m actually performing the scene … or I’m stuck in my head, thinking about things and watching things, instead of living in the scene.

I continued, “so I think I’ll probably be a little rusty at first, but I’ve done this long enough to trust that I’ll settle in. Not as quickly as I’d like, but I’ll settle in.”

“Well, I’m sure you’re going to have a great time,” he said, in that way one actor tells another to get the frak out of his own way, trust his instincts, and just enjoy the work, without really saying that. It’s sort of a pep talk between friends, I guess, and it’s one of those things that I just love about being an actor with some good friends.

Source: WWdN: In Exile

Aaron vs Wil Wheaton (Vancouver 2010 Olympics – Men’s Hockey: USA vs Canada)

Below are some photos of Wil Wheaton at Emerald City ComiCon 2010 in Aaron’s Canadian Jersey. Huge props to Wil for wearing it during his autograph signing, guest panel, photo session and ‘Dungeon Delve’ (I don’t even want to know what that is) :)




Posted: Saturday, April 24th, 2010 @ 2:49pm
Source: http://twitter.com/theaarondouglas/status/12785212693


Photos © 2010 — cymerin (HERE and HERE)


Photos © 2010 — heathbar (HERE and HERE)


Photos © 2010 — keirandyl


The great Canadian Jersey Handoff!
Photos © 2010 — pipsipirate (HERE and HERE)


Photos © 2010 — roymcm / NWFlyingPhoto.com


Photos © 2010 — tisoi


For those that missed what happened (ie: why Wil is wearing Aaron’s jersey), read the twitter exchanges between Aaron and Wil below …


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Wil Wheaton tweets about Aaron

LOL. Wil Wheaton was tweeting about Aaron from the Emerald City ComiCon.

· And then, without warning, I was playing video golf with Aaronn Douglas. (10:00 PM Apr 5th)
· There are many copies, and they have a plan to hustle starfleet at video golf. (10:27 PM Apr 5th)
· We’re in a playoff. Score: Wheaton – 1. Douglas – 1. (10:58 PM Apr 5th)
· So it turns out that Aaron can really putt. We’re moving to Robotron so I can get even. (11:02 PM Apr 5th)
· Frakking toaster. I swear to the gods, he was talking to the machine. (11:19 PM Apr 5th)
· I will redeem myself at Robotron. Oh yes, I will redeem myself at Robotron. (11:23 PM Apr 5th)
· Wheaton comes back 2084. (11:30 PM Apr 5th)
· Turns out toasters aren’t so good at saving the last human family. (11:37 PM Apr 5th)

Source: http://twitter.com/wilw

Wil Wheaton blogs about Aaron (February 22, 2009)

Wil Wheaton mentions Aaron in his latest blog entry ….

well, at least i got a good story out of it…

My table in the vendor’s room at the Phoenix Comicon was right next to Aaron Douglas. Aaron is a good friend, and he knows that I’m a huge fan of his show and admirer of his work. He also knows that I’m way behind on BSG (near the end of season 3) so he’s made this heroic effort to protect me from spoilers.

On the second day of the con, Gil Gerard walked over to Aaron and, with a huge smile on his face, very excitedly said, “Hey, Aaron! [GIANT FUCKING BSG SPOILER] man! Cool!”

I clamped my hands over my ears as fast as I could, but it was too late. When Gil walked away Aaron looked over at me with tremendous compassion behind his massive beard and said, “Sorry about that.”

“It’s my own fault,” I said, “and it’s actually pretty incredible that I’ve known you this long and been at cons with you without that happening.”

I let a solitary tear fall from my eye and splash onto my table. “I’ll be okay.”

I guess if you’re going to be spoiled, you should at least get a cool story out of it, and I bet there aren’t a lot of people who can say, “Oh yeah, Gil Gerard totally spoiled Battlestar for me.”

Goddamn my life is weird sometimes.

Source: WWdN: In Exile

If I’m remembering this correctly, Wil said during the ‘Geek Out’ guest panel that Gil’s spoiler was that Aaron was one of the final five cylons. Awwww, poor Wil.

Wil Wheaton blogs about Aaron (January 27, 2009)

Wil Weaton made the following blog entry ……

everyone calm down

I don’t want to ruin the joke, but since people on the internet seem to be sarcasm-challenged: Aaron is kidding. We are members of the mutual admiration society, fellow hockey goaltenders, and share an affinity for as much beer as we can find. No joke: we contributed to the drying up of the Guinness tap at the sportsbar across the street from the hotel in Phoenix.

I’ve done two shows with Aaron, and I’ve been lucky to sit next to him both times. He’s what we call Good People™ and even though he totally fucked up the beard curve at the convention, I hope to see him again sooner than later.

Source: WWdN: In Exile

Wil is referring to this LiveJournal entry (see below) that Aaron accidentally posted on his own page instead of on here (yep, he meant to post it on here, he told me). He pressed ‘post’ instead of ‘Post to this community’. FYI … Aaron doesn’t have LJ email alerts set up so he didn’t even know there were replies to the entry he posted. Looks like most of the comments on there are from Wil Weaton fans that found it because of Wil’s blog entry. I guess they don’t realise that Aaron will never see their comments. Oh well, let them have their fun :)

Phoenix Comicon

Just a quick note to say thank you to Matt, Linda, Stephanie and the entire staff at Phoenix Comicon for an outstanding weekend. For anyone who lives nearby and is looking for a great bang for your buck and a lot of fun at a con I would highly recommend this one next year.

I hope to be there.

The only downer of the entire weekend was having to sit beside Wil Wheaton and listen to him talk about how much better Next Gen. was better than BSG, how Crusher is so much cooler than Tyrol and how his cast mates are hotter.

We can argue the merits of his claims but for me, I know that I would rather be an ass-kicking enlisted Chief than a wanker pre-pubescent pseudo engineering officer that had to run to his quarters for 3 minutes with a box of tissues every time counsellor Troi walked by.

Hey Wil…. go frak yourself…. oh that’s right…. you usually do…..

 

Head on over to the THE CHIEF’S DECK to read an additional comment from Aaron on this.

CONVENTION VIDEOS: Phoenix Comicon 2009 (January 23, 2009) Geek Out Guest Panel

Friday, January 23rd @ 12:30-1:30pm – Geek Out With Wil Wheaton, Yuri Lowenthal, and Aaron Douglas
Yuri and I worked on Legion of Superheroes together, and instantly became friends when I dropped an obscure geek reference that he not only got, but topped with an equally-obscure reply (that I also got.) Yuri knows Aaron, and I spent most of a con in Sacramento last year sitting next to Aaron Douglas. It turns out that we’re all big geeks, so we thought it would be fun to spend an hour getting our geek on together. Topics of conversation will include voice acting and being a geek who gets to work on these geeky things that we love.

Source: WWdN: In Exile

 

Thanks to YouTube user nmizgala, here is a video clip from the Geek Out guest panel at Phoenix Comicon last weekend.
Guests on the panel were Yuri Lowenthal, Wil Wheaton and Aaron.

 

Thanks to YouTube user Autolooper, here is the video of the Geek Out guest panel at Phoenix Comicon (Fri, Jan 23rd). Guests on the panel were Yuri Lowenthal, Wil Wheaton and Aaron.

Wil Wheaton blogs about Aaron (January 19, 2009)

wil’s 2009 phoenix comicon schedule

Friday, January 23rd
12:30-1:30pm – Geek Out With Wil Wheaton, Yuri Lowenthal, and Aaron Douglas

Yuri and I worked on Legion of Superheroes together, and instantly became friends when I dropped an obscure geek reference that he not only got, but topped with an equally-obscure reply (that I also got.) Yuri knows Aaron, and I spent most of a con in Sacramento last year sitting next to Aaron Douglas. It turns out that we’re all big geeks, so we thought it would be fun to spend an hour getting our geek on together. Topics of conversation will include voice acting and being a geek who gets to work on these geeky things that we love.

Friday, January 23rd
10pm – MOTHER FUCKING ROCK BAND BITCHES YEAH! \m/

This should be a lot of fun: I’ll play with three people at a time, taking whatever instrument they don’t want to play. We’re supposed to be there for an hour, but once we start rocking, we’ll be there until they pry our fake instruments from our cold, dead hands. There’s a very good chance Yuri and Aaron will join us for a song or two. Also, if all of this isn’t filmed and put online, I don’t know why we even bothered to fight the Spanish American war, people.

Source: WWdN: In Exile

Wil Wheaton blogs about Aaron (September 29, 2008)

Last weekend Aaron and Wil Wheaton were both guests at the From The Land Beyond convention in Sacramento. Wil mentioned Aaron in his latest blog ……..

Trip report: from the land beyond

I spent the entire day sitting at a table next to Aaron Douglas, who plays the Chief on BSG. We hit it off pretty quickly (it turns out that we have a mutual friend in Yuri Lowenthal, who I worked with on Legion and who I currently work with on Ben 10: Alien Force). If you get a chance to see him at a con, and you’re even a tiny fan of BSG, you should go for it. He’s really nice, totally unpretentious, and seems like a really good guy. I’m way behind on BSG (Nolan and I are still in the 3rd season on DVD) so I worked really hard – and Aaron helped – to avoid spoilers all day. As I said on Twitter, ” Aaron Douglas is awesome. A++++ WILL SIT NEXT TO AGAIN!1!”

Source: WWdN: In Exile

INTERVIEW (VIDEO): phammmtastic (August 22 – 24, 2008) Fan Expo Canada 2008

Here’s a couple of video interviews with Aaron at Fan Expo Canada 2008 (August 22nd – 24th, 2008) from YouTube user phammmtastic.

Fan Expo 2008 ENG
Aaron is on screen at time stamp 2:16 – 2:28

 

Get Well Wil
Canadians at Fan Expo 2008 wishing Wil Wheaton a quick recovery from a roller skating accident.
Aaron is on screen at time stamp 0:25 – 0:51