The screencaptures for the four remaining screencaptures of Marvel’s Daredevil season one are now added. You can check the respective galleries by clicking in the links below. Enjoy!
Deborah is featured on current Flaunt magazine, on its Summer Camp Issue. She has this beautiful photoshoot made at Mama Gallery.
Woll gained television recognition early in her career on HBO’s True Blood as Jessica Hamby, an innocent girl who transitioned into a vampire during the finale of the first season. What was supposed to be a two-episode arc landed her a recurring role, and swept her up in the vampire craze that overtook the world following the success of Twilight. The show lasted seven seasons and became one of HBO’s tent-pole series during its run. Most recently, she’s joined the Marvel universe as Karen Page in the Daredevil series on Netflix; a 13 episode union of the comic book heavyweight and the online streaming king.
Unlike the heroes of the Marvel films, this television incarnation is decisively more humanistic in its approach. Its hero, Matt Murdock—a lawyer by day, masked vigilante by night—is blinded in an accident as a boy, yet left with his other senses heightened. The story’s villains don’t wield godly power; rather, they are a sinister section of society out for their own gain.
“I think in any media you try to relate to what you see is going on in the world. Something that I respond to in our Daredevil story is that it’s about people who—despite the odds, despite how scary and dangerous it is—don’t just turn away and ignore it. If you’re Matt Murdock, you jump in and you fight until you save the person’s life. If you’re Karen Page, you investigate and you go where no one else is willing to go and you write the story.”
Read the full story at Flaunt website, and come back later for proper scans.
Screencaptures of Deborah Ann Woll on Daredevil’s 1×09 episode “Speak of the Devil” (one of my favourites so far, in a really brilliant season) has been added. Enjoy!
The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures of Deborah Ann Woll in Daredevil season one episodes Stick and Shadows in the Glass. Enjoy!
Monterrey Media acquired all U.S. and Canada rights to Tatia Pilieva’s debut feature film Forever. Co-written by Gill Dennis and Tatia Pilieva Forever stars Deborah Ann Woll, Luke Grimes (50 Shades of Grey), Ioan Gruffudd (“Forever”, Fantastic Four) and John Diehl (Road to Nowhere).
The US theatrical launch is planned for early Autumn.
Alice is a young, passionate investigative reporter. She suffers a sorrowful loss and her reporter’s instinct leads her to an enigmatic commune where she begins to plot her next story. Instead she begins to unravel the paradox of loss and find her will to live and love again.
Added screencaptures of one of my favourite (’til now) Daredevil episodes. Enjoy!
Another batch of screencaptures has been added, this time the 5th episode of Marvel’s Daredevil, World on Fire. Enjoy!
I have added screen captures of another Marvel’s Daredevil episode, this time the #4, In The Blood. Enjoy!
Last week TV Guide has published an amazing interview with Deborah talking about our now favorite female character Karen Page. Check it:
In the Daredevil comics, Karen Page is an innocent young woman whose life hits a downward spiral once she’s hired as Nelson and Murdock’s secretary. The longtime love interest of Matt Murdock, Karen is a popular example of fridging – in which trauma or death is inflicted upon a woman to arouse an emotional reaction from the male hero. In the comics, Karen is repeatedly kidnapped until she eventually breaks things off with Matt and moves to Los Angeles to become an actress only to get hooked on heroin, sell Daredevil’s identity for a fix, become a porn star, get tricked into thinking she has HIV in a ploy to destroy Daredevil before ultimately being killed by Bullseye.
The Karen Page in Netflix’s Daredevil is not that Karen.
“As an actor, it’s always sort of funny because you don’t write it, so you don’t have a ton of control over what your character does. You just have control over how they do it. So before I signed on, I did want to ask some questions,” Deborah Ann Woll tells TVGuide.com. But after discussing the show’s plans for Karen, Woll was relieved to hear they weren’t writing her as yet another helpless love interest. Instead, this Karen would be an incredibly independent, cunning and courageous woman who would fight for justice as passionately as Matt Murdock (and have nearly as many secrets).
“I think Karen’s interesting because she’s very different [from the comics],” Woll says. “I like the idea that it doesn’t have to be an evolution so much. She doesn’t have to go from being perfect Leave It to Beaver woman to the heroin porn star. All of it can happen at once… it’s about that contradiction. It’s about someone fighting against their nature to be what society wants them to be.”