Category: Gallery Updates

Photos: June 6 – Deadline High Castle Screening – Emmy Consideration – Additions!

I’ve added over 40 more HQ photos of Alexa at the ‘> June 6 – Deadline High Castle Screening’ thanks to my friend Amy for these fantastic photos. Be sure to visit her fansite for Billie Piper!

June 6 – Deadline High Castle Screening – Emmy Considerationrecent additions!

Photos – Appearances, High Castle Images, and Magazine Scans

I’ve added a bunch of missing photos to the gallery. Big thanks to Lily for sharing many photos from The Man in the High Castle and Alikat for the old Buffy and Angel magazine scans.

June 6 – Deadline High Castle Screening – Emmy Consideration
May 23 – The Man In The High Castle Emmy FYC Screening – LArecent additions
October 09 – Infamous Premiererecent additions
The Man In The High Castle: Cast Promotional Imagesrecent additions
The Man in the High Castle: 108 Stills
The Man in the High Castle: 105 Stills
The Man in the High Castle: 104 Stills
The Man in the High Castle: 103 Stills
The Man in the High Castle: Behind the Scenes (Unsorted)
Starburstrecent additions
Buffy: The Series Magazine
Angel: The Series Magazinerecent additions
Social Media

Photos: High Castle Emmy FYC Screening – LA: Red Carpet and Q&A

I’ve added over 100 photos of Alexa from yesterday where Amazon shows attended the Emmy: For Your Consideration Screening to promote the series. She looked elegant and lovely as per usual. HUGE thanks to my good friend AliKat for these wonderful photos. Be sure to check out her new fansite for Katheryn Winnick who plays badass Lagertha on Vikings.

2016 High Castle Emmy FYC Screening – LA
2016 High Castle Emmy FYC Screening – LA: Q&A

Gallery Update: Appearances and ‘The Man in the High Castle’

I’ve begun to get the gallery up to date. Check out Alexa’s recent appearance earlier this month with the cast at a Q & A session. I’ve also added a bunch of additions to past events, various magazine scans (thanks to Alikat), and The Man in the High Castle stills, promos, and behind the scenes. Check back for more.

2015 SAG-AFTRA Foundation Screening And Q & A
2015 The Man In The High Castle Premiere: New York
2015 The Man In The High Castle Premiere: London
2015 TCA Summer Tour
Magazine: Ciak
Magazine: Popcorn
Magazine: Sci Fi Now
Magazine: The Hollywood Reporter
The Man In The High Castle: Promotional Episode Stills
The Man In The High Castle: Cast Promotional Images
The Man in the High Castle: Behind the Scenes (Unsorted)

Videos/Photos: The Man In The High Castle Interviews & Behind the Scenes

I’ve come across many more videos of Alexa promoting The Man In The High Castle. Check them out below.


The Man In The High Castle: Behind The Scenes Featurette #2
2015 The Man In The High Castle Interview #6 (EuroNews)
2015 The Man In The High Castle Interview #7 (Hey You Guys)
2015 The Man In The High Castle Interview #8 (Red Carpet News TV)

Press/Photos: The Man in the High Castle Star Alexa Davalos Promises a “Roller Coaster” of a Show

The actress who thinks she was born in the wrong era explains why she fits in so well in this alternate-history period piece.

Alexa Davalos speaks quietly, and with a not-quite-placeable accent that hints at a childhood spent in Paris and Italy. She feels like someone from another time entirely, so it is no wonder that she is so often cast as a woman from the past—in the World War II film Defiance, in the noir series Mob City, and now in Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle, a bit of a speculative history set in an America where Germany and Japan won World War II.

“I love to time travel,” Davalos says. “So I’m really drawn to those kinds of pieces and to be as many different women as possible in as many different eras as possible that I won’t get to experience myself. I just feel like I was born in the wrong era.”

Her character on The Man in the High Castle might identify with that feeling of being out of step. Davalos plays Juliana Crain, a woman born after World War II in San Francisco, which is now part of the Japanese Pacific States. As a young adult in the early 60s, Juliana finds herself on a mission intended for her sister: delivering a mysterious roll of film to a city in the Neutral Zone, the Rocky Mountain area that divides Japanese and German-controlled America. There she meets Joe Blake (Luke Kleintank), a young idealist with secrets of his own.

The Man in the High Castle has the bones of a spy drama, which means nearly everyone has a secret to keep, but Juliana is one of few people driven purely by her own instinct, not an agenda. “She’s being led in various directions, and therefore has a serious domino effect on everyone around her,” Davalos teases about upcoming episodes, all of which will debut simultaneously on Amazon, November 20. “Sometimes that’s good, sometimes that’s not. I would say the emotional roller coaster is pretty serious and she takes us all over the place.”

Davalos calls show-runner Frank Spotnitz an “expert at serialized television,” which means that he has stretched the Philip K. Dick book that the series is based on far, far beyond what we see in the first season. “It’s not the longest book in the world so he had to create a lot of things,” Davalos says. So when Season 1 ends nowhere close to the finale of the book, don’t fret; “Frank has plans,” Davalos promises, “but he won’t tell us any of them. He tells us he doesn’t want to spoil it for us.”
Source

Vanity Fair

Video/Photos: NEW ‘The Man In The High Castle’ Interview

Check out a new video with the cast discussing The Man In The High Castle.

2015 The Man In The High Castle Interview #5 (IMDB’s What to Watch)

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