Jaimie tells no lies, as evidenced by these first photos from the head-turning op.
In the episode “Mum’s The Word” (airing Friday, March 30 on NBC), the FBI team and Avery attend a gala hosted by their target Hank Crawford (played by special guest star David Morse) in hopes of arresting him. And to that end, Jane and Zapata (played by Audrey Esparza) must dress the part,
1981: Another World's Ada gave Rachel a lecture.
1986: Guiding Light's Claire wasn't willing to give up Michelle.
1986: The "East Coast Capwells" arrived on Santa Barbara."Whoever wishes to foresee the future must consult the past; for human events ever resemble those of preceding times. This arises from the fact that they are produced by men who ever have been, and ever shall be, animated by the same passions, and thus they necessarily have the same results."
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1970: On Another World, Missy Palmer Matthews (Carol Roux) told Liz (Nancy Wickwire) that Bill--Liz's son
The Honest Trailer begins with narrator Jon Bailey (a.k.a. Epic Voice Guy) taking Marvel to task about its elaborate, and lengthy, new Marvel Studios logo that precedes each McU movie. The narrator goes on to state that Thor: Ragnarok represents a bold new direction that Marvel undertook for the Thor films: "not making them suck.
A Look Inside the Insane 7-Hour Process Required to Tattoo Jaimie Alexander for Blindspot
The film, which will begin production later this year, follows “Tom and Kimberly (Heard), two star-crossed lovers escaping the dark criminal underbelly of the European modeling industry. Tom, an American visiting Paris for his best friend’s bachelor party, falls for the beautiful, mysterious Kimberly. When Tom learns a surprising truth about her, his trip takes a lethal turn; the two embark on a riveting journey through Paris streets to start a new life together.”
Director Grivois is a longtime collaborator of Jacques Audiard, and directed the dream sequences in A Prophet and the opening sequence and titles of Rust and Bone before making his feature debut with Through the Air.
Heard will next be seen reprising
I'll be the first to admit, I don't have a lot of personal love for this movie. The side of the Marvel universe that Thor explores is not something I was ever particularly interested in, but as a fan of comics my whole life, knowing that they were building to The Avengers, I was in and saw Thor in theaters opening weekend.
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Alexander's first major film role was in the horror feature "Rest Stop" (2006) followed by "Hallowed Ground" (2007).
She then played the character 'Jessi' on the ABC Family series "Kyle Xy",followed by guest roles on "CSI: Miami" and "Bones".
Alexander was cast as 'Sif' in Marvel Studios' live-action feature "Thor, directed by Kenneth Branagh, released May 2011...
...then reprised the role in the sequel "Thor: The Dark World" and the TV series "Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D."
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Are you sitting down for this? Here we go: Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) admitted to Jane (Jaimie Alexander) that he
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Kurt Weller did what?!
In the final moments of Friday's fall finale of Blindspot, titled "City Folks Under Wraps," Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) dropped a shocking bombshell in regards to the whereabouts of Jane’s (Jaimie Alexander) daughter, Avery, whom he secretly met in Berlin.
Up until this point, Jane had been hesitant to find Avery, but eventually came around on the idea, only to learn from her husband that her daughter wasn’t alive anymore. Why? Because Weller killed Jane’s daughter. The shocking confession comes at an awful time for Jane, who was stunned by the sudden development. So what does this mean for the couple (and the show) moving forward?
Et spoke with creator Martin Gero about what Weller’s surprising confession means, how this upends Jane and Weller’s relationship in the long run and
Blindspot is finding inventive new ways to peel back the intricately woven mystery currently driving the third season.
In Friday’s episode, titled “Fix My Present Havoc,” NBC’s action thriller dives into the latest bombshell plaguing the team: How are they going to take down their own boss without her knowing? After FBI Director Eleanor Hirst (guest star Mary Stuart Masterson) is discovered to be the internal mole and the ruthless
In Et's exclusive sneak peek from Friday's episode, titled "Fix My Present Havoc," the gang sets up shop, making Jane (Jaimie Alexander) and Weller's (Sullivan Stapleton) apartment a second home base outside the official FBI walls as they work day and night to investigate Hirst (Mary Stuart Masterson), who they've just learned is working with the enemy.
The Blindspot crew's around-the-clock investigation, however, is clearly taking a toll on their mental state, as Jane and Weller observe when it comes to Patterson (Ashley Johnson). "Morse code? More like horse code. So dumb!" Patterson snickers on an early Saturday morning, slightly delusional from lack of sleep.
But Jane and Weller receive a surprise holiday present for Weller's young daughter, Bethany, from dear Roman (Luke Mitchell), the puppetmaster behind their current chaos. "Merry Christmas, Bethany. Love, Uncle
In a video posted on Facebook, Friday, by his mother, Tennessee student Keaton Jones emotionally explained how he was bullied at school.
“They make fun of my nose. They call me ugly. They say I have no friends,” Keaton told his mother in a car with tears in his eyes. He added that things even get physical at lunch, when bullies “put milk on me and put ham down my clothes,
So obviously her next step would be to seek out her little one and start being a mom, right? Ehhh, not so much. In this exclusive clip of this week's episode,
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What we actually got, though, were several narrative arcs with little to no connection with the McU. In the end, the connections were limited to the character of Agent Coulson, very brief appearances from Samuel L. Jackson, Jamie Alexander and Cobie Smulders, the consequences of the plots of the Captain America movies and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. locating Loki’s staff in time for the opening of Age of Ultron.
Despite that, the show has been muddling along in its own McU cul-de-sac, having picked up a devoted fanbase that’s seen it recently hit its 100th episode. This is a pretty big milestone,
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