Category: Josh Holloway
By Matt Webb Mitovich
This week on ABC’s V (Tuesday at 9/8c), more than ever it is time for the Fifth Column to put up or shut up, lest Anna deploy her plan to use the Concordia sites as landing pads for the Visitor ships, and in turn round up the Earth women to breed some hybrids. TVLine invited Elizabeth Mitchell to give us a taste of what to expect from the season finale, reflect on Erica’s libidinous liaison, get caught up on a Lost love, and ponder V’s future.
TVLINE | When last we tuned in, the Visitors had 500-plus ships orbiting Earth. So… what’s the plan to fend them all off?
I know, it’s going to be tough! But thank goodness we have Erica Evans.
TVLINE | She has become very, very badass in recent weeks.
She really has, mentally and physically, and that’s been so much fun! Plus I get to have tons and tons of [bruise and cut makeup] all over my face, which you know I love.
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It might contains spoilers.
411’s Al Norton sits down for an exclusive interview with V star Elizabeth Mitchell to discuss tonight’s season finale, the best ways for fans to help get the show a third season, and working with Josh Holloway on Lost.
Elizabeth Mitchell first came to the public’s attention via the HBO movie Gia and her role on ER, and from then hit the bring screen The Santa Clause 2 and 3, but it was her role as Juliet on Lost that launched her to the next level, a performance that earned her an Emmy nomination during the show’s last season. She can currently be seen starring on ABC’s V, which airs its second season finale tonight at 9pm.
Al Norton: I was nervous about setting this interview up because we talked once before back in 2008 and the very next day the newspaper I was working for went out of business.
Elizabeth Mitchell: Oh no! I hope I’m not a jinx. I’m going to be good…something great is going to happen to you tomorrow, I promise.
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After Elizabeth Mitchell left the TV series Lost, a week later she received the script for V, which is returning January 4 for its second season.
“I was really excited (V has) a female protagonist and a female antagonist,” explained Mitchell, who reprises her role as FBI Agent Erica Evans, opposite Morena Baccarin (Serenity), who reprises her role as the villainous Anna.
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Lost Sawyer and Juliet 8-Inch Action Figures:
If you’ve been searching for action figures from Lost, search no more. They’re right here! Each fan-favorite character stands 8-inches tall in a retro action figure style. With fabric clothing and multiple points of articulation, these figures are incredibly authentic and lifelike. You’ll want to discover them all! Comes individually carded in clamshell packaging.
A Dharma Security version of Sawyer and a special 70s version of lovely Juliet Burke are showcased in this super case of retro-styled action figures from ABC’s Lost series. They make quite a couple, do they not?
This Series 4 set includes 2 individually packaged action figures (subject to change):
1x Sawyer (Dharma Security)
1x Juliet Burke (70s)
You’ll want to discover them all!
You can pre-order them on Entertainment Earth | Thank you so much Stef for this head-up!
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Media & Press are on V set tonight and this is what they said about Elizabeth.
Elizabeth Mitchell is AWESOME. That is all.
Elizabeth Mitchell made a ‘red shirt’ reference, Anakin Skywalker joke, and likened Josh Holloway to a candy bar. Need I say more?
Everyone basking in afterglow of Elizabeth Mitchell. One of the sweetest people ever.
Elizabeth Mitchell is made of awesome. We were just laughing for ages!
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