HOW ABOUT INSTEAD OF OBSESSING OVER LITERALLY 5 SECONDS OF MALEC WE TALK ABOUT:
•HOW MAX MIGHT FUCKING DIE
• MAIA IS LITERALLY THE BEST CHARACTER IN THE SHOW
•HOLY SHIT THE ACTING FOR SEBASTIAN WAS INCREDIBLE
• TV VERSION OF CLACE IS LITERALLY TEN TIMES BETTER THAN BOOK CLACE
•ROBERT LIGHTWOOD CAN GO SCREW HIMSELF. “ I FELL IN LOVE” MY ASS
•ALEC BEING IN CHARGE IS LITERALLY THE BEST THING EVER AND THE CLAVE CAN RIP IT FROM MY COLD, DEAD, HANDS
•MAIA BEING OUR SAVING GRACE
•CLARY BEING ABLE TO CREATE ACTUAL PORTALS AND TAKE ON BOTH IZZY AND JACE IS SO BADASS
•WORST SECRET EVER ROBERT
•THE CLIPS OF SEBASTIAN MADE ME PITY HIM MY POOR PSYCHOTIC BOY
• DID I NOT MENTION MAX MIGHT FUCKING DIE
like people I ship malec A LOT but there was other stuff there.
Chyler Leigh and Floriana Lima reveal they’ve been blown away by just how important their characters’ romance has been to viewers struggling with their own sexuality in the real world.
“We’re just really humbled by it, very proud of it,” Lima, 36, told PEOPLE at the 28th annual GLAAD Media Awards in Beverly Hills, where The CW series was nominated for best dramatic TV show for its story featuring Leigh’s character, Supergirl’s adoptive sister Alex Danvers, realizing her long-denied attraction when she encounters Lima’s police detective Maggie Sawyer.
“There was no way we would have known the impact that this would have had,” Leigh, 34, explained. “We definitely wanted it to be a strong representation, and that’s why we’ve thought so hard about it and wanted it to be beautifully done, so I’m just really happy with the writers of Supergirl, who have really brought this to life.”
“People are so used to just the cut-and-dried comic book kind of storyline,” says the actress. “The great thing about Supergirl is that we’re reaching a lot of social issues [and] we’re doing it in a way that is recognized by people who love the comic book lore and that kind of stuff … For us to be able to take that on in that environment, and like kick people’s a–, and give a peck on the cheek and just say, hey, I’m finding out more about me because of you. It’s a love story, and it’s beautiful.”
The true nature of Alex’s sexuality was a surprise to Leigh, who learned of the plans a few weeks before the plot was introduced into the series when her producers’ sat her down for the big reveal.
“They’re like, ‘So this year Alex is going to be gay,’ ” says Leigh. “I was like, ‘Wait – what?’” She quickly became very invested in telling “the story of somebody who later in life, finds somebody that literally just turns their life upside down, but in the most wonderful way. They create such a vulnerability towards each other that it’s authentic. One of the greatest compliments that we get is the fact that it’s so realistic. Here we are representing a healthy, growing lesbian relationship, which you just don’t get to see. Not very often, at least.”
It completely baffles me how Eva Green didn’t win any awards for her performance in Penny Dreadful. Vanessa Ives is probably one of the best written and most captivating characters on tv, ever. Eva’s work on this incredible show should have been recognised, not just by critics but also by a wider fanbase.