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Appearances
18th May

I have added high quality pictures of Jessica at the ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1’ Party during the 67th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France on May 17, 2014.

dracula television
10th May

It’s a sad news for Dracula’s fans as we know now the fate of the show: NBC confirmed that the drama will not be back for a second run. We will miss Jessica as Mina Murray/Ilona.

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – NBC continued to firm up its 2014-15 schedule on Saturday, canceling rookie drama Dracula.

NBC tried to use Grimm to launch Dracula earlier in the fall — and the sophomore run of Hannibal when it moved from Thursdays during its second season. Dracula was never a huge performer in the hour, but it was quite consistent after dipping from a strong October launch. It saw significant time-shifting, 80 percent in the demo, to an average 1.8 rating among adults 18-49 and 5 million viewers.

The series was said to be a passion project for NBC Entertainment chairman BobGreenblatt, who courted lead Jonathan Rhys Meyers to play the titular vampire — despite concerns over the actor’s struggles with substance abuse. (Rhys Meyers, who required a sober companion accompany him to set, had part of his salary held until the first 10-episode season was completed.)

NBC remains committed to making Friday a destination for genre. The swashbuckling Crossbones, starring John Malkovich, sets up shop on the night in the summer. And don’t expect Grimm to stray far from its 9 p.m. home when it returns for its previously announced fourth season in the fall. The fantasy procedural has continued to be Friday’s biggest scripted draw in the key demographic and posted some of the biggest DVR gains.

Dracula joins freshman dramas Believe, Crisis and Ironside in the canceled heap at NBC. Of the network’s rookie drama class, only The Blacklist and Chicago PD will return. The writing for Dracula had been on the wall after the network picked up Constantine, its take on DC Comics’ Hellblazer, which is considered a likely companion to Grimm. For its part, Hannibal will also return for a third season.

Movies these final hours
22nd Apr

‘These Final Hours’ will be screening as “Feature Competition” during the Directors’ Fortnight sidebar at the 67th Cannes Film Festival. Congratulations to the cast and crew! The festinal runs from May 14 to May 25.

Arrow Interviews television
28th Mar

TV LINE – The Huntress returns to Arrow tonight (The CW, 8/7c) on a mission of revenge, and she’s also aiming… to score her own show?

An off-shoot is certainly on the wish list of executive producer Marc Guggenheim. But first, Helena reemerges in Starling City this week and takes Laurel — among others — hostage just as the recovering alcoholic lawyer is finally starting to get her mojo back at work. Enter: The Canary (aka little sis Sara)!

Read on as Guggenheim and guest star Jessica De Gouw, aka The Huntress, share six things to know about the action-packed hour.

IT’S A SISTER ACT | Episode 17 “was very much designed to be a Laurel and Sara story using Helena as the fulcrum in that relationship, and Oliver definitely does take a little bit more of a back seat,” previews Guggenheim.

IT’S A COMEBACK STORY | “This is the episode where Laurel gets her groove back,” reveals the EP. “We knew that we wanted to return Laurel to the D.A.’s office and we knew that Laurel, by the end of the episode, had to be in a good emotional place. So we wanted to emotionally and professionally reestablish her.”

IT’S A BLAST FROM THE PAST | “Obviously, when you’re talking about bringing [Laurel] back to the D.A.’s office, you naturally think about, ‘OK, what case is she prosecuting?’” Guggenheim says. “The scenarios that resonate best with us are, ‘What’s a case that could affect a character who we care about?” And that led [executive producer] Andrew [Kreisberg] to pitch the idea, ‘What if Frank Bertinelli is being prosecuted and The Huntress comes back to town?’”

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Arrow Interviews television
27th Mar

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY WARNING: If you have not watched Wednesday’s episode of Arrow — which featured the return of Jessica De Gouw as The Huntress — beware of spoilers below!

The Huntress’ return to Arrow did not disappoint.

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Arrow television
27th Mar

Jessica was back as Helena Bertinelli/The Huntress in last night’s episode of ‘Arrow’, “Birds of Prey”. I really hope we will get the chance to see more of her in the future! I have added HD screen captures to the gallery.

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