Category: Elizabeth Mitchell
This article is just a speculation about what could happen, but it sounds very promising if the 5th movie is the final one to end the saga. In that case they really need Charlie Roan back so Elizabeth needs to be in it as the President of the United States. WOW! How cool would it be? She was a senator running for the White House, but in this movie she could actually be the President.
According to creator James DeMonaco, The Purge 5 will be the final movie of the series.
The Purge 5 release date: When can we expect it?
Universal has confirmed that the fifth movie will be released on July 10, 2020 in US cinemas, but there’s not yet a confirmed UK date.
The movie is currently untitled, although maybe if DeMonaco says is true, perhaps we can expect something along the fate-tempting lines of The Last Purge or The Final Purge.
The Purge 5 plot: How did we leave things?
Chronologically, we can expect The Purge 5 to follow on from The Purge: Election Year as The First Purge was, as the title suggests, a prequel to the entire series.
Election Year ended with anti-Purge US Senator Charlie Roan (Elizabeth Mitchell) winning the US Presidential election in a landslide, despite the attempts of the New Founding Fathers of America (NFFA) to kill her during Purge night.
So could the fifth movie follow her attempts to end the Purge once and for all? That certainly seems to be the way it’s going, but it seems unlikely that we’ll have a Purge movie without an actual Purge.
“I have it in my head. I think it’s a great way to end it all. We want to end it all, I think, in this one, and I’m very excited,” DeMonaco – who’s written all four movies and directed the original trilogy – said of the idea for the fifth movie.
“When I came up with the idea and pitched it to everybody, they seemed psyched, and I think it will be a really cool ending, how we take this one home.”
The Purge 5 cast: Anyone coming back?
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We found this nice article about Juliet for the 10th anniversary of her death which still hurts and it will keep doing that forever. It was the most unacceptable death of the show. She deserved better, more than anyone else and even if we loved the finale of the series, we think that Juliet deserved at least a closure with Ben and mostly a scene with her sister. Lost failed in that.
We pasted here the parts of the article more about Elizabeth’s performance. Some “jury” also failed in giving her the recognition she deserved, because yes, the fact that Liz never won an Emmy for her mind-blowing performance as Juliet is a crime against humanity.
I’m Still Not Over the Day Lost Killed Juliet
We waited years for Lost to give us “The Incident” – only for it to kill off one of its best characters.
On the tenth anniversary of Lost’s Season 5 finale, Chris Feil looks back at the lasting legacy of Elizabeth Mitchell’s Juliet and the night she left us.
[..]To understand the full impact of Juliet’s role in the Incident, of course, we have to talk about her late-breaking romance with Sawyer (Josh Holloway). Here was perhaps the most contentious piece of Juliet’s character trajectory. On paper it made little sense; at best it felt like a cop-out solution to the love quadrangle they shared with the headlining heroes Jack (Matthew Fox) and Kate (Evangeline Lilly). And yet much to our surprise, we believed it (perhaps we can credit that to Mitchell and Holloway’s performances). Lost was characteristically confounding and complicated, but Juliet and Sawyer felt refreshingly relaxed.
[…]The impact of Juliet’s death is a testament to Mitchell’s wildly underrated performance in her three seasons as a main cast member. The actress had the difficult task of playing a woman who herself was playing both sides, of having to suggest ambivalence to the Island’s mysteries after being stuck there for years, of ultimately finding peaceful life on this island that had only brought her pain. While Terry O’Quinn and Michael Emerson were reaping Emmy awards, Mitchell remained unnominated until her guest stint on the finale.
But after all that Juliet had taken the audience through, both the personal and the metaphysical, her emotional end was all the more traumatic. It’s why all these years later, hers is the Lost death that lingers the most.
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Happy Mother’s Day, Liz!
Your amazing heart has made CJ a kind and a funny young man with the same spark in his eyes as yours!
The love between you two is one of the purest things on this Earth!
You are beautiful!
Happy Mother’s day to you and your incredible mom! <3
“I had a whole life before him and now he is my whole life.” – Elizabeth
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OMG guys, we’re so happy we found this HD video, since she’s such a cutie-pie in it. We only had that small version into the video archive before, but now we can see her beautiful and sweet face so much better! <3 Oh it’s the interview she did for “Today” in 2013 while promoting Revolution. 🙂
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