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How Boba Fett Actor Jeremy Bulloch Set the Template for The Mandalorian

How Boba Fett Actor Jeremy Bulloch Set the Template for The Mandalorian
Boba Fett’s green, T-visored helmet is a menacing visage that’s nearly evocative of Star Wars as Darth Vader’s; one first embodied on film by actor Jeremy Bulloch, who, sadly, passed away on December 17 at the age of 75. However, the legacy that Bulloch leaves behind has proven far greater than a character with minimal screentime and dubbed lines seemingly had any right to possess. It’s a legacy to which hit Disney+ series The Mandalorian owes a great deal of thanks.

Bulloch, born in Leicestershire, England on February 16, 1945, wasted little time getting himself onscreen with uncredited roles—while still an adolescent—in 1958 films Violent Playground and Titanic tragedy movie A Night to Remember, continuing to work steadily for years in U.K.-aimed films and television shows. He fielded a notable four-episode 1974 run as Hal the Archer on Doctor Who (opposite Jon Pertwee’s Third Doctor); his second run on the series,
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S.O.S. Titanic

S.O.S. Titanic
TV’s 1979 Titanic movie comes to Blu in two versions. We liked it when new but didn’t care for the cut-down theatrical version that hit DVD in 2002. Kino’s disc completes a set of various film versions of the infamous 1912 disaster, and allows us the chance for a Titanic ‘battle of the bands’ — we’ll rate them from several criteria. The filmed-in-England production has a nicely-chosen soap opera cast: David Janssen, Cloris Leachman, Ian Holm, Helen Mirren, Anna Quayle, David Warner, Susan Saint James, Harry Andrews.

S.O.S. Titanic

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Kl Studio Classics

1979 / Color / 1:66 widescreen / 102 + 144 min. / Street Date October 13, 2020 / available through Kino Lorber / 24.95

Starring: David Janssen, Cloris Leachman, Ian Holm, Helen Mirren, Anna Quayle, David Warner, Timothy Spall, Susan Saint James, Harry Andrews, Ed Bishop, Jerry Hauser, Aubrey Morris, Norman Rossington, Catherine Byrne, Warren Clarke, Madge Ryan.

Cinematography: Christopher Challis

Film Editor: Rusty Coppleman

Original Music: Howard Blake

Special effects: Wally Veevers,
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Riverdale: Every Number In The Carrie Musical Episode, Ranked

Riverdale: Every Number In The Carrie Musical Episode, Ranked
Season two of Riverdale brought more juicy drama, betrayal, and secrets. It also brought a musical episode based on the cult horror classic, Carrie, which was originally a novel written by writer Stephen King.

Related: Riverdale: 10 Things We Want To See In Season 4

Titled “Chapter 31: A Night to Remember,” Archie and the gang prepare for Riverdale High School’s production of Carrie The Musical, and every member in Riverdale is typecasted to their respective roles. Friendships are mended, egos are challenged, and relationships are tested, all while traipsing across the stage, belting show-stopping songs worth singing. This episode also comes with a couple of downers audiences may not be fans of. Here is every number in The Carrie Musical episode, ranked. To skip or not to skip, that is the question...
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Third Man Records to Release Rare Johnny Cash Concert

Third Man Records to Release Rare Johnny Cash Concert
Jack White’s Nashville-based Third Man Records continues its quarterly series of unique, collectible recordings with the upcoming release of Vault Package 45, A Night to Remember, by Johnny Cash. Memorializing a previously unavailable 1973 concert at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, the vinyl package includes a double vintage-white LP and gold-foil LP jacket, a gold 7” single featuring an A-side with “Dark and Bloody Ground,” a previously unavailable track from Ruston Kelly, and a super-secret “mystery artist” featured on the single’s B-side. Both cuts were recorded for the Forever Words compilation,
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Goldfinger Bond Woman Honor Blackman Passes at 94

Goldfinger Bond Woman Honor Blackman Passes at 94
Honor Blackman, the British actress who rose to prominence as the original star of the TV series The Avengers and became a pop culture icon with her role in Goldfinger, has passed away at 94.

According to Deadline, Blackman’s family issued a statement saying that Blackman died of natural causes unrelated to the current Covid-19 pandemic at her home in Sussex, England. She is survived by a children Barnaby and Lottie, as well as four grandchildren. Her second husband, Maurice Kaufman, died in 1975.

Blackman, born on August 22, 1925, began acting lessons at 15 and made her film debut in 1947. She kept up a steady run of acting appearances in notable films such as the Titanic docudrama A Night To Remember (1958) and the Ray Harryhausen stop-motion animation classic Jason and the Argonauts (1963) in which she played the goddess Hera.

In 1962, she landed the role of Cathy Gale, a leather-wearing anthropologist and judo expert
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Honor Blackman dies at 94 by Amber Wilkinson - 2020-04-06 18:28:05

Honor Blackman dies at 94 by Amber Wilkinson - 2020-04-06 18:28:05
Just heard the very sad news that dear Honor has died.

What a woman she was- fiercely bright, superbly funny and a wonderful actress on screen and onstage. I loved every day of working with her and I loved and respected her with all my heart

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Joe McGann (@JosephMcGann) April 6, 2020

James Bond Honor Blackman has died of natural causes at the age of 94. The actress, who played Pussy Galore in Goldfinger and Cathy Gale in TV show The Avengers, enjoyed a big and small screen career as well as stage appearances spanning more than six decades.

In addition to her screen work, with films also including The Cat And The Canary, A Night To Remember and Jason And The Argonauts, she cemented her status as a household name in the Nineties, when she starred in almost 100 episodes of sitcom...
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Country music icon Joe Diffie dies of coronavirus

Country music icon Joe Diffie dies of coronavirus
Grammy-winning country music legend Joe Diffie has died from complications related to the coronavirus. He was 61.

The news of his demise was shared by his spokesperson on Sunday afternoon, reports variety.com.

"Grammy-winning country music legend Joe Diffie passed away today, Sunday, March 29, from complications of coronavirus (Covid-19)," the statement read, adding: "His family respects their privacy at this time."

On Friday, Diffie became the first country star to go public with a coronavirus diagnosis. "I am under the care of medical professionals and currently receiving treatment. My family and I are asking for privacy at this time. We want to remind the public and all my fans to be vigilant, cautious and careful during this pandemic," read a statement attributed to him.

Diffie, a member of the Grand Ole Opry for 25 years, is a household name to any country fan who came of age listening to the format in the 1990s.
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Full Release Details for Scream Factory’s Blu-ray Releases of Quatermass II and Quatermass And The Pit

Just as there have been many spooky villains in Hammer movies over the years, there have also been many protagonists who protect our world from unholy horrors. Having appeared in several British serials and three movies, Professor Bernard Quatermass is one such hero, and Scream Factory is celebrating the iconic character by releasing Quatermass 2 and Quatermass and the Pit on respective Blu-rays. Originally slated to come out in May, the Blu-rays are now scheduled for a July 30th release, and we've been provided with the full list of special features.

Press Release: Hobbs End, Knightsbridge, London. While working on a new subway tunnel for the London Underground, a group of construction workers uncover a strangely shaped skull. Nearby, another discovery: a large, mysterious and impenetrable metal object. Initially mistaken for an unexploded bomb, the object and its strange power turn out to be far more horrific than anybody could have possibly imagined.
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15 Musical TV Episodes Ranked: From ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ to ‘Riverdale’ (Photos)

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You know how some people love to sing but are straight up tone deaf and should not be allowed to belt out a single note? Yeah, the same goes for TV shows. While many have tried to pull off a song-fueled installment, few do it well. Ahead of the highly-anticipated “Carrie: The Musical” episode of The CW’s “Riverdale,” TheWrap decided to rank some of the best-known endeavors to put a little skip in a series’ step with a few ditties, from the showstopping to the show-stopped.

See a sampling of our entries below and flip through the gallery to see all of the episodes ranked.

Once More With Feeling” — “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”:

There is literally no other episode of any other TV show past, present or future that could take the No. 1 slot from Joss Whedon’s musical extravaganza “Once More With Feeling.” A demon who comes
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Paranormal Conventions 2019: Best UFO and Supernatural Conferences

Aaron Sagers Mar 1, 2019

Where can you meet likeminded UFO and paranormal enthusiasts from around the world? Check out these conventions.

At most comic cons, and fan events, one expects to run into people dressed as supernatural entities, extraterrestrials, and mysterious creatures. But at paranormal, cryptozoology, and ufology events, fans are discussing the existence of them – and often gather to actively go looking for them.

And as much as I move about in the world of comic cons, for the past decade or so, I have spent weekends traveling the world to talk as a journalist and researcher about ghosts, demons, curses, aliens, UFO, and monsters. During the day, the world of paracons closely resembles most fan events, and there is quite a bit of cross-pollination between them. There are panels, vendor rooms, and signings by notable authors, television personalities, and occasionally actors from paranormal pop culture. But at night, the activities continue with a skywatch,
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Riverdale Is Doing a Musical Episode of Heathers

The Riverdale teens will be taking a break from trying to unmask cult leaders, and the other strange things going on in town for a momentous occasion.

The CW has confirmed an upcoming installment of the hit drama will feature the kids staging another musical.

Riverdale Season 3 will feature an episode dedicated to Heathers: The Musical.

The episode will air March 20 at 8/7c and will include nine songs from the off-broadway adaptation that launched in 2010.

Josie will lead the cast as Veronica, while Sweet Pea will take on the role of J.D.

The three Heathers will be played by Cheryl, Betty, and Veronica, with Archie and Reggie playing jocks Kurt and Ram.

Related: Riverdale Season 3 Episode 9 Review: No Exit

The biggest shocker from the above cast list is that the production is sponsored by The Farm.

Yeah, that's not going to go down well with just about anyone. It's
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Riverdale to Stage Heathers: The Musical This March

Chris Cummins Mar 19, 2019

How very! The musical version of the cult classic Heathers will be the focus of an upcoming episode! Here's what we know so far...

This Riverdale article contains spoilers.

Are you ready to have "Big Fun?" Well, even if you aren't, you will, because this week Riverdale High will be staging Heathers: The Musical. A follow-up to last year's successful "A Night to Remember" episode (which brought Carrie: The Musical to life with murderous results), this installment focuses on another cult classic about alienated youth and teens behaving badly.

In other words, it's perfectly suited for the bonkers world of Riverdale.

Originally released in 1989, Heathers became a touchstone for outsiders thanks to its dark and hilarious script, and iconic performances from leads Winona Ryder and Christian Slater.

Featuring nine songs from the musical version of the movie -- which first came to life in a concert version in 2010 before spawning Off-Broadway,
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‘Riverdale’ Season 3 Will Have a Flashback Episode, Plus Everything Else We Learned From Comic-Con

‘Riverdale’ Season 3 Will Have a Flashback Episode, Plus Everything Else We Learned From Comic-Con
Now that Comic-Con 2018 has come to a close, it’s time to take a step back and process everything we learned over the weekend about “Riverdale” Season 3.

First off, showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa promised at The CW series’ panel in Hall H Sunday that fans can expect a flashback episode early on in the upcoming season, in which the kids play their parents.

We can also look forward to another musical episode following Season 2’s “A Night to Remember,” in which the high schoolers put on a production of “Carrie: The Musical.” Casey Cott, who plays Kevin Keller, told us all about that episode right over here. But we can expect more music outside of the next musical episode, too. Kevin and Josie (Ashleigh Murray) will be living together in Season 3, now that their parents are dating. And while Murray said while that might cause some strain between the two friends
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George Gallo to direct The Nazi Titanic

Long before James Cameron’s Titanic in 1997, and even before 1958’s A Night to Remember, Adolf Hitler and his Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels looked to score a cinematic triumph with a feature / propaganda film based on the 1912 maritime disaster.

The resulting film, Titanic, is now set to become the subject of its own movie, with Deadline reporting that George Gallo has signed on to direct The Nazi Titanic from a script by Scott D. Rosenbaum and Josh Posner.

The Nazi Titanic will tell the story of the banned 1943 movie, which Goebbels saw as an opportunity to blame the Titanic tragedy on British and American greed and incompetence. Goebbels enlisted director Herbert Selpin, granting him a budget equivalent to $200 million of today’s money, conscripted the passenger liner SS Cap Arcona to double as the Titanic, and drafted soldiers from the front lines to serve as extras.

Unfortunately for Selpin,
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George Gallo At Helm Of ‘The Nazi Titanic’, Making Of Hitler & Joseph Goebbels’ Propaganda Ship Sink Disaster Epic

George Gallo At Helm Of ‘The Nazi Titanic’, Making Of Hitler & Joseph Goebbels’ Propaganda Ship Sink Disaster Epic
Exclusive: George Gallo has come attached to direct The Nazi Titanic, a film that tells the crazy backstory of the German WWII propaganda film about the most famous shipping disaster, which itself turned out to be a cinematic disaster of epic proportions. The project is being cast now, and it has a script by Scott D. Rosenbaum and Josh Posner. The pic is being produced by Jeff G. Waxman, Tony Grazia and Rosenbaum.

While there are several memorable films about the 1912 disaster — James Cameron’s Titanic and Roy Ward Baker’s A Night to Remember among them — the banned and barely seen 1943 Nazi film has as wretched a behind-the-scenes backstory as just about any film ever made, even though Adolf Hitler and his Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels commissioned it to be their greatest cinematic triumph.

While director James Cameron’s 1997 film went 100% over budget and led then-Fox president
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Join Us on May 19th in Hollywood for a Dance Of The Dead 10th Anniversary Screamfest Screening & Zombie Prom Party!

One decade after they launched out of their graves to take a bite out of the big screen at the Screamfest Horror Film Festival, the zombies in Gregg Bishop's Dance of the Dead are returning to Hollywood for a special 10th anniversary screening of the cult horror comedy, followed by a living dead prom party!

After an infectiously fun screening and cast/crew reunion in Atlanta, the Dance of the Dead 10th anniversary celebration will continue on Saturday, May 19th at Hollywood's Tcl Chinese 6 Theatres.

Presented by Screamfest and kicking off at 7:30pm Pt, the Dance of the Dead 10th anniversary Los Angeles screening will reunite the cast and crew of the cult film for a reflective Q&A moderated by Daily Dead Senior Editor and Corpse Club co-host Derek Anderson. The crew in attendance will include director/producer Gregg Bishop, writer Joe Ballarini, music composer Kristopher Carter,
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Watch a Deleted Cheryl and Toni Duet From the ‘Riverdale’ Musical Episode (Video)

Watch a Deleted Cheryl and Toni Duet From the ‘Riverdale’ Musical Episode (Video)
Last week’s “Riverdale” episode was “A Night to Remember,” and indeed, we’re still thinking about all those fantastic musical numbers. Now, we’re getting one more.

One scene between Cheryl Blossom (Madelaine Petsch) and Toni Topaz (Vanessa Morgan) was cut for time, but Warner Bros. is now sharing their duet “You Shine,” which was sung throughout the episode by different sets of characters.

“We hated having to lose this reprise of ‘You Shine’ from the musical, [but] we did it because the episode ran long,” showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly. “But we heard how much the fans wanted to see this Choni scene, so here it is! We’re thrilled people are so passionate about this relationship–we are, too!”

Also Read: 'Riverdale' Musical Episode: Casey Cott on That Crazy Ending and Kevin's 'Iconic' Powder Blue Tux

Cheryl and Toni’s relationship has been budding since Cheryl found in the Serpent a confidant, and Toni helped break Cheryl out of the Sisters of Quiet Mercy, where the nuns basically tortured our red-lipped cheerleader with gay conversion “therapy.”

The deleted song from “Carrie: The Musical” takes place on the bleachers after Toni helps convince Cheryl that she’s just as badass as she was when she burnt her family’s mansion down (this conversation inspires Cheryl to confront her mother, dripping in blood, à la Carrie). In the original episode, which aired April 18, the scene was cut right after their conversation.

Watch the extended scene with the duet above, and check out our Q&A with Casey Cott all about the episode over here.

Riverdale” airs Wednesdays at 8/7 c on The CW.

Read original story Watch a Deleted Cheryl and Toni Duet From the ‘Riverdale’ Musical Episode (Video) At TheWrap
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Riverdale Season 2 Episode 18 Review – ‘A Night to Remember’

Liam Hoofe reviews the eighteenth episode of Riverdale season 2…

Since it was first announced a few months ago, fans have been understandably both excited and intrigued by the prospect of a Carrie the musical inspired episode of Riverdale. Needless to say, of course, the show delivered and then some, providing us with one of the most entertaining chapters in the show’s history.

Subtlety has never been Riverdale’s strong point, and from the opening shots of Archie reading his lines while doing press-ups, it was clear that this episode was not going to be any different. Each character in the episode was given a Carrie character who matched their current character arc, and the story of Carrie, alongside the suitably over the top musical numbers, was used to explore the recent plot developments and allow several characters to air their frustrations and put the past behind them.

You had
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Riverdale Season 2 Episode 18 Review: “Chapter Thirty-One: A Night to Remember”

A Night to Remember” might not be the best episode of Riverdale Season 2, but it’s certainly the most fun the series has been in quite some time. A main reason for that might be that Riverdale goes full-on musical in this week’s episode. It doesn’t just have its characters sing during rehearsals for Carrie: The Musical or practice by themselves in their bedrooms; no, the show actually lets the songs from the production bleed into real life and, in the cases of Cheryl and Josie and Betty and Veronica, actually resolve conflict. Is it a little odd at first to watch Archie and the

Riverdale Season 2 Episode 18 Review: “Chapter Thirty-One: A Night to Remember”
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‘Riverdale’ Musical Episode: Casey Cott on That Crazy Ending and Kevin’s ‘Iconic’ Powder Blue Tux

‘Riverdale’ Musical Episode: Casey Cott on That Crazy Ending and Kevin’s ‘Iconic’ Powder Blue Tux
(Spoiler alert: Please don’t read if you haven’t watched Wednesday’s episode of “Riverdale” Chapter 31: “A Night to Remember”)

The anticipated “Riverdale” musical episode has come and gone, but we are still reeling from the music, the drama, and the return of the Black Hood (we warned you: spoilers!).

TheWrap caught up with Casey Cott, who plays Kevin Keller, ahead of Wednesday’s episode to discuss what it was like directing Riverdale High’s production of “Carrie: The Musical.” The actor said the Broadway play’s themes “matches the dark undertone” of “Riverdale.”

“There’s a really cool line in the beginning of the episode where Jughead [Cole Sprouse] asks Kevin why we’re doing ‘Carrie’ and Kevin has a really lovely response: that ‘Carrie’ really reflects the town that is Riverdale,” Cott said. “So I think that’s why he’s chosen that musical, about this really dark town, going through all these really dark things, and there’s nothing more ‘Riverdale’ than that, so it works perfectly.”

Also Read: Watch the 'Riverdale' Cast Perform 2 Songs From 'Carrie' Musical Episode (Videos)

Although the special episode included a whopping 11 musical numbers, the cast didn’t have extra time to shoot it.

“We did it all in the same amount of time we do a normal episode, which is pretty insane,” Cott said. “Riverdale” isn’t shy when it comes to featuring music, but Cott said this episode was different than your average episode that features a song or two.

“Those musical episodes are pretty stationary, you know, they kind of happen on a stage,” the 25-year-old actor said. “Whereas a lot of these ones were happening in real time all over the [school] — all over, whether it was in the student lounge, the music room, or onstage, or in the theater … There are some similarities, but they are pretty different in the intricacy of shooting.”

Also Read: The CW Renews 'Black Lightning,' 'Dynasty,' 'Riverdale' and 7 Other Series

And as for the Black Hood’s macabre return? Cott is “all about it.”

When Mr. Svenson was revealed as the Black Hood earlier this season, Cott said he found it “kind of lame.”

“I was like, ‘I really hope this is not the end of this guy,'” he said. “But he’s back in full force and it’s about to get rowdy. So just prepare yourself because it’s next-level from here on out.”

Also Read: 'Riverdale' Star Camila Mendes Calls Photoshopped Cosmo Cover 'Personally Insulting'

Read the rest of our interview with Cott below, which includes how Kevin ended up in an “iconic” powder blue tuxedo for opening night.

TheWrap: It seemed like Kevin was trying to bring all these friends back together with this musical. Is that true?

Casey Cott: I think that’s very true. I think you definitely hit the nail on the head. That’s very apparent in the episode. I think that’s part of it, but I also think Kevin is just obsessed with this musical and wants it to be epic. So it’s half and half.

What about “Carrie: The Musical” is Kevin obsessed with?

I think Kevin is just excited to be able to put on a musical. I think it’s less about this specific musical and more just musicals in general. But obviously, he’s chosen this one for this year, and I think it matches the dark undertone. There’s a really cool line in the beginning of the episode where Jughead [Cole Sprouse] asks Kevin why we’re doing “Carrie” and Kevin has a really lovely response, that “Carrie” really reflects the town that is Riverdale. So I think that’s why he’s chosen that musical, about this really dark town, going through all these really dark things, and there’s nothing more “Riverdale” than that, so it works perfectly.

There’s one line where Kevin says, “Am I directing a train-wreck here?!” Things just keep going wrong. But why is Kevin uniquely situated to handle these crazy situations as the director?

“I think of anyone in the show, Kevin seems to be the most loyal friend — minus that one little weird thing with [Betty’s brother] Chick — but I think Kevin’s the most loyal friend. He’s the most wanting everyone to get along. He loves the drama, but not with his friends. And I think he’s always just trying to rally the gang and keep them together. Keep them strong.”

Were you a theater kid growing up?

I’m a super theater nerd. I went to school for acting and theater, musical theater, and my brother [Corey Cott] is a Broadway actor. We’re a very musical family.

What’s your favorite musical and/or TV musical episode?

I don’t think I have a specific favorite one, there’s so many. I love Sondheim and I love Stephen Schwartz, I love all the shows my brother has done. He just did a show called “Bandstand” last year that I loved. As far as musical episodes, the one that stands out in my mind is the “Scrubs” episode .. I think the “Scrubs” episode is the one that stands out in my memory that I remember from many years ago that I really enjoyed. There’s so many, it’s kind of its own genre.

How much time did you spend doing choreography and practicing the musical numbers in addition to regular film time?

Actually, we didn’t have any extra time to shoot this one. We did it all in the same amount of time we do a normal episode, which is pretty insane. The amount of things you have to do on top of just shooting an episode like, the dance rehearsals, the recording sessions, it was gnarly. But luckily, our cast is just people you throw on something, and they’re like alright, let’s do it. Just jump in and we went bonkers, but it was so much fun. And hats off to the crew, too, because they stuck through it. I have never had more fun, it was such a blast, so we did a lot with very little time but I think it ended up well.

You guys are used to performing musical numbers sometimes on the show in regular episodes, did that help prepare you?

We do sometimes. Those are really isolated. So let’s say, Josie and the Pussycats have a number, they’ll go to the recording studio on a Saturday or something and record that, and then we’ll all shoot it together, but it’s a lot more simple than the things we were doing for this episode. And those musical episodes are pretty stationary, you know, they kind of happen on a stage. Whereas a lot of these ones were happening in real time all over the [school] — all over, whether it was in the student lounge, the music room, or onstage, or in the theater… There are some similarities, but they are pretty different in the intricacy of shooting. Like the technicalities of actually shooting those scenes.

So the biggest thing about this episode is obviously the ending, it’s insane.

You mean when Midge [Emilija Baranac] is crucified to the backdrop?

That’s even more shocking than Cheryl covering herself in blood. It just escalates. So, what do you think about the Black Hood being back in Riverdale?

I’m all about it. Like I was ready for it to strike back up — cause I never believed that that guy [janitor Mr. Svenson] was the Black Hood. I just thought it was kind of lame. I was like, ‘I really hope this is not the end of this guy.’ But he’s back in full force and it’s about to get rowdy. So just prepare yourself because it’s next-level from here on out. But I was really excited that they threw it in at the end of this episode, because there’s so much happening that it brings you right back to the plot. It served a purpose in that way.

I was impressed with how well the story of the Riverdale students was woven into the story of Carrie and vice versa.

Totally. [Showrunner] Roberto [Aguirre-Sacasa] is a genius.

The last thing I have to talk to you about is Kevin’s powder blue tuxedo that he wears on opening night.

Thank you! … I’m like ‘guys, that thing was iconic!’

It was so iconic. So let’s talk about it, how did that happen?

So I went in to a costume fitting and they had that one, and then this like kind of mahogany one that was fine, but when I put the powder blue one on, I was like, guys, this is straight out of ‘”Dumb and Dumber.” But also in the style of our show, Kevin is being serious. This, like, has to happen. And then they had that gigantic bow tie, and from there on out, it was like game over. But you know what’s funny? I wore that for like four days of shooting, and by the end I was very excited to not wear it again. But people were just having a field day. There are a lot of photos of me in that suit… I don’t think they had to alter it at all, it just kind of fit. Of all the costumes to wear, that’s the one that fit.

It’s exactly what I would imagine Kevin would decide to wear

To wear to be an audience member. Yeah, so like make sure everyone knows it’s his show.

“Riverdale” airs Wednesdays on The CW at 8/7c.

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