50 Girlcrushes of 2013: Bridget Regan
It’s been years and I really should let it go, but I will never be over Legend of the Seeker not coming back for a third season. I still cry myself to sleep about it and wonder what might have been. What amazing adventures would have Richard, Kahlan and Cara encountered? But more importantly, would Kahlan and Cara admitted their big, gay love for each other? One could only hope this was a preview of things to come. Thankfully, Bridget Regan keeps popping up in guest star roles so my Seeker loving heart fees a little less pain. She showed up on Beauty and the Beast and Sons of Anarchy with those lovely red locks allowed to finally flow free. The role I’ve been most excited about is her guest arc on White Collar where actual Disney princess Bridget is being romanced by actual Disney Prince Matt Bomer. My eyes cannot handle this much pretty on my television screen. It is like looking directly at the sun and I am not quite sure how I will handle it when they actually make it. I might pass out. The glasses might just be too much.
request: Alice walking in on Jenny and Marina
Getting shy accepting the award. Thx to my old friend SM for being such great company. pic.twitter.com/rcTPU3PaR8
Looking at these characters individually we can see their strengths, but it is collectively where we see the overall power of the portrayal - each of these women are strong, fully realised characters but they’re also entirely different from each other. They’re not clones, each trotting out the same tired stereotypes, they’re not reduced to evil sexiness (even when using sexuality as strength) nor are they little more than characterless weapons. These characters show not only strength, but diverse strength, different kinds of strength, different ways of being women. (x)
'Orphan Black’: First season 2 image with intel from the creators — EXCLUSIVETatiana Maslany is once again pulling double duty. In this exclusive first image from season 2 of Orphan Black, we see the actress playing two clones doing battle. On top is Sarah Manning, the fearless protagonist who acted as our entry point into the mysterious world of human clones. On the bottom with the gun on her face is Rachel Duncan, the Neolutionist “Proclone” who appeared primed to strike back in the season 1 finale after Sarah refused to cooperate. Judging by what we see here, they will be none too chummy when season 2 kicks off on April 19, 2014 (on BBC America here in the States and Space in Canada). Entertainment Weekly spoke with Orphan Black creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson to get the full scoop on what this image means and what else to expect in season 2.