Hi all, here 3 new photos of Elizabeth in large quality. They are from the photoshoot with Morris Chestnut took during V 2009 TCA Press Tour. I removed the tags from these ones too. Enjoy! 🙂
Oh I don’t know if you saw it, but finally there is a Revolution promo with Elizabeth. I read a tweet by a fan, Kaysi, she saw it on TV. It’s not available online yet. If anybody can record it, please send it to us so we can post it here for everybody.
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This is the HQ version of the photo I posted this morning. It’s from REVOLUTION photoshoot:
The show will be available online on September 4 and they’ll air the first six minutes during Olympics on Saturday, August 4 at approximately 10:54 p.m. (ET)
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UPDATED with HQ version of the photo.
On REVOLUTION official site they’ve just updated the cast and added Elizabeth with a new photo and a biography.
Elizabeth Mitchell stars as Rachel Matheson, the mother of Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Danny (Graham Rogers) in NBC’s “Revolution,” which reteams her with J.J. Abrams.
An Emmy nominee for her starring role as Juliet on “Lost,” Mitchell most recently starred in “V,” based upon the popular ’80s alien invasion miniseries, which was the highest-rated debut of a series since “Lost” in 2004.
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UPDATE: Some photos from yesterday (not with Elizabeth) can be found here.
While Elizabeth was shooting her first scenes on REVOLUTION yesterday, some of the cast and the executive producers Eric Kripke and Jon Favreau were at Television Critics Association’s summer press tour.
This is the part regarding Elizabeth from Matt Mitovich‘s article:
On recruiting Elizabeth Mitchell (Lost) to play role filled in the original pilot by Andrea Roth (Rescue Me), Kripke said it had nothing to do with the latter’s performance. Instead, as the writers began sketching out Season 1 and “saw where that character was going, certain things reveal themselves … and we started to realize that there were facets of that character that Elizabeth would be best-suited to play.”
There will be flashbacks in each episode to explain what happened during the first days of the blackout and what people did to survive. They asked a physicist if all this could be possible in real life and will explain how in the series.
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UPDATE 4: New banner with Elizabeth added on NBC site:
Another tweet by Tim Guinee:
Okay, big, giant talent-crush on Elizabeth Mitchell. What a smart, funny, joy she is.
Everybody loves you, Liz, you know that? <3
UPDATE 3: Matt Mitovich just posted this:
Next at #TCAs12: REVOLUTION panel *with* Gus Fring but missing Elizabeth Mitchell 🙁 #GoDutch
UPDATE 2: A message by Tim Guinee (Rachel’s husband, Ben Matheson):
Yay! Elizabeth Mitchell is wonderful. A joy to work with.
From REVOLUTION twitter (7 hours ago):
#Revolution will be tweeting at the #TCAs12 tomorrow! Stay tuned for our LIVE tweets.
Let’s hope Elizabeth will be there too.
The title of 1xo2 is “Pontiac, Illinois”
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This is just the part regarding Elizabeth’s role. The author who watched the pilot didn’t like it that much but he said something important about Rachel Matheson. If you don’t wanna know, please don’t go any further.
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I was looking for news about REVOLUTION (they started shooting yesterday) and I read these tweets between a fan and Joel Wyman about the chance to have Elizabeth as a guest star on FRINGE. He answered with a blinking face.
So what do you think? Another great news is coming?
There is also a new video of REVOLUTION from Comic Con(with new footage from the Pilot). You can watch it HERE and on this site they have 48 pictures from the set (no Elizabeth yet) and a photo from the director, Charles Beenson.
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