It’s a testament of skill when an actor and actress make their characters feel like they’re alone and in a personally private moment in the midst of a group of people. Kind of makes me feel like I’m intruding on them.
“You must understand, young Hobbit, it takes a long time to say anything in Old Entish. And we never say anything unless it is worth taking a long time to say.”
Thanks to the work of Italian photographer Elido Turco we’ve all been invited to an Entmoot. Turco has a great eye for trees and uses a mirroring technique to transform the the natural textures of their trunks and branches into faces that could only belong to J. R. R. Tolkien’s mighty Ents.
“It’s a very exciting time for women in television getting to play very strong roles. I’m grateful every day. For me, I’m blond, blue eyes. Of course I get cast as the dumb one, the slutty one. This is the first opportunity I’ve had to actually play a character with true integrity and strength, and it’s absolutely amazing.”
“I think what makes it interesting is when you have a strong woman and the strength is coming from vulnerability and being flawed. And the strength coming from there, as a woman, is more empowering. It’s very interesting to play. For myself as well, being older, I’m so grateful. It’s so rare to have so many women on one show with strength.”
“In the fast-moving world of “The 100,” if women want something done, they go do it. They’re not a damsel in distress, having to ask for a man go do something for her.”
Want to know why I will still be watching The 100?
They work their asses off to bring their characters to life and they are proud of what they do, even when they get shitty scripts and awful character development.I will be patient with the show, not for Jason, but for this wonderful cast of people.