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Dead of Summer: Set Photo and Preview

We were on “Dead of Summer” official site and in a pic of the youngest cast we noticed someone in the background who really looks like Elizabeth.

This site posted a small but nice preview of the show:

Set in the late 1980s, school is out for the summer, and a sun-drenched season of firsts beckons the counselors at Camp Clearwater, a seemingly idyllic Midwestern summer camp, including first loves, first kisses – and first kills. Clearwater’s dark, ancient mythology awakens, and what was supposed to be a summer of fun soon turns into one of unforgettable scares and evil at every turn. Part coming-of-age story, part supernatural horror story, “Dead of Summer” is a bold, new series that mixes genres as it examines the light and dark of a summer like no other.

By the way the camp’s name is Stillwater (they changed it a while ago).

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Happy LOST Anniversary

LOST series finale aired 6 years ago and after all these years we still miss this show so much. The story, the cast, the characters will always be in our hearts and we’ll be forever thankful for Juliet Burke and Elizabeth’s amazing performance. <3

Happy Lost Anniversary, losties!


We found this article about LOST cast they wrote because of the anniversary and there’s something about Liz too:

Still ‘Lost’ 6 years later: Where are they now?

[…]Six years later, and the ripples of Lost can still be felt in the ocean of TV (just go with it), not least because almost all the main cast and crew are now involved with high-profile projects! Find out where you can see your favorite actors, and learn more about their post-Lost careers. […]

Elizabeth Mitchell | Juliet, the one Lost character every one of us can agree #DeservedBetter, has not been idle post-Island. Elizabeth Mitchell’s career has seen her battling aliens in V, battling the elements in Revolution, battling Frozen fever in Once Upon a Time, and battling international crime in the second season of Crossing Lines.

Next up, Mitchell will co-star in the horror series Dead of Summer, playing camp counselor Deb Carpenter. The drama, which premieres this June on Freeform, takes place at a summer camp in the late 1980s. “Part coming-of-age, part supernatural horror story, Dead of Summer is a bold, new series that mixes genres as it examines the light and dark of a summer like no other,” the official synopsis reads.


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Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street | Review

I found this review about the show and they said the episode with Elizabeth is one of the best. 😀 Oh it contains spoilers.

One of the bravest things the series tackles this season is the unexpected death of Mel’s mother. It’s a difficult topic for any child to consider, let alone experience, and the show handles the storyline with impeccable grace. The episode, “Mel vs. the Future” is one of this finest episodes you will see this year in all of television. And I can’t stress enough the performances of the series’ young actors — Emmy committee take note.

Source: channelguidemagblog

I also find this article, they only mentioned Liz but I thought to share it anyway!

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Walker Stalker Con (Chicago) – Nice mention of Juliet

There’s an article about Lost actors to appear at Walker Stalker Con (Chicago) with a nice mention of Juliet! 😉

“Lost” actors expected to appear Feb. 21: Henry Ian Cusick (who played Desmond), Harold Perrineau (Michael), Nestor Carbonell (Richard), Mira Furlan (Danielle) and Elizabeth Mitchell (Juliet, whose death I’m still not fully over).
Guests at the convention can expect one or two “Lost” panels, according to Walker Stalker co-organizer James Frazier.

Source: Chicago Tribute

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Performer of the Week: HONORABLE MENTION

Elizabeth got the honorable mention as the “Performer of the Week” by  TV LINE.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who thinks she was the performer of the week each week she was on the show. Liz’s performance on Once Upon A Time was amazing! I’ve loved the Snow Queen so much and I know a lot of people are with me! 😉

Congrats Liz!!!!

Performer of the Week (A weekly feature in which we spotlight shining stars)

HONORABLE MENTION | Conceal, don’t feel? Not a chance. As Once Upon a Time‘s Snow Queen, Elizabeth Mitchell gave Storybrooke the cold shoulder for much or her stint, ultimately casting the Spell of Shattered Sight to bring out the very worst in these mostly good people. But when Ingrid was faced with proof that Gerda, the sister who epically scorned her, ultimately had a change of heart, Mitchell delivered a sweeping, emotional “death bed” performance. “All I wanted was to have my sisters’ love — and now I do,” she gushed, her “happy ending” in hand. Yep, in her final moments, Mitchell’s ice queen thoroughly melted us.

Thanks so much Fangirl312  for the headup!

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5 Reasons the Snow Queen is the Coolest Villain Ever

ABC posted this article about the Snow Queen (videos included at this link). You need to favorite and retweet them here to show our support for Liz! 😀

And this is what they wrote:

5 Reasons the Snow Queen is the Coolest Villain Ever

From wickedly wry Zelena to creepy man-child Peter Pan, we love to hate the villains of Once Upon a Time — and The Snow Queen is no exception. Here are the top 5 reasons we can’t get enough of her!

1) She’s got style!

From her shimmering crystal gown to that incredible ice cave, the Snow Queen has a signature style — sophisticated, chic, and oh-so-cool. In “Rocky Road” she is released from an urn after being in captivity for years, and emerges looking as flawless as ever.

2) She’s a teacher, at heart

In “Rocky Road,” the Snow Queen is determined to show Elsa that ordinary people can never accept people with gifts like theirs. If that means she has to frame her niece to teach her a lesson, so be it.

3) She always keeps her cool.

In “Breaking Glass,” Elsa fights against ice shackles and demands to know what the Snow Queen is up to. The Snow Queen coolly responds, “I’m going to build a snow man.”

4) She’s got a plan.

The Snow Queen knows what she wants and is willing so do what it takes to get it. In “Breaking Glass,” she warns Sidney he’s going to need to get a warm coat because things are about get chilly in Storybrooke. Brrr!

5) She’s flexible.

In, “Family Business,” the Snow Queen realizes that Anna doesn’t trust her, but doesn’t miss a beat: she simply imprisons Anna and sets out to find a replacement. Uh-oh, Emma!

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Once Upon A Time 4×06: Reviews


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Hey guys, I’ve just found these nice reviews about Liz’s performance. Enjoy! 😀 Yay, she slays on OUAT!

The Snow Queen wants a perfect family. It’s not a complex motivation, but it’s powerful and a little creepy. If she wipes everyone out with her fancy mirror, what does she expect Emma and Elsa to do? She’d end up forcing them to love her. Ingrid’s desperation for validation combined with the fact that she’s been watching Emma for a long time is unsettling. Elizabeth Mitchell completely sells the Snow Queen’s deranged state of being.

Though we learned, when she captured Anna, a little about her plan, there are still gaps in the Snow Queen’s history. That said, tonight’s episode made more progress than I would have expected in furthering her backstory. She’s just the kind of villain the series needed, and her understated brand of evil is enjoyable to watch.

While tonight’s Once happily made forward progress with the Snow Queen’s story (and it was fascinating), it didn’t resonate in other areas.

Source: IGN

Elizabeth Mitchell continues to be a standout villain on a show that’s always done villains rights. Her Snow Queen is like the ice she wields, cold, steely, yet brittle. Every cut regarding family creates cracks in her cool veneer.

How great was that face off between Gold and the Snow Queen? This was the first time in quite a while where he’s facing a villain that isn’t his mentor or that he didn’t mentor. She’s an unknown and getting to watching Gold bounce off an unknown is a real treat.

Source: fempop

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