The panel for Marvel’s Daredevil at New York Comic Con 2015 kicked off with a teaser trailer for Season 2.
It starts with a montage of Season 1. Then in some new footage we see Matt Murdock, Foggy Nelson and Karen Page sitting in a church. Matt says, “Why do I still feel guilty?” before Father Lantom replies with, “Guilt can be a good thing.”
In montage, we see Daredevil in full costume going down a grimy stairway, Elektra putting on a veil-type mask across her lower face, and bullet shells being picked up off the floor of a crime scene. We see Karen looking at an x-ray-type image of a stylized skull… and then Frank Castle aka the Punisher (we don’t see his full face) walks down what appears to be a hospital corridor holding a gun. In voice over he says just one word, “Beg.”
The audience Q&A began with Charlie Cox (Daredevil), Deborah Ann Woll (Karen), Elden Henson (Foggy), Elodie Yung (Elektra), Jon Bernthal (Punisher), Doug Petrie (Executive Producer/Co-showrunner) and Marco Ramirez (Executive Producer/Co-showrunner) answering questions.
Season 2 of Daredevil, which will premiere on Netflix in 2016, also added Elodie Yung to the cast as famous Daredevil character Elektra. Watch Jon Bernthal, Elodie Yung, and returning stars Charlie Cox (Matt Murdock a.k.a. Daredevil), Deborah Ann Woll (Karen Page), and Elden Henson (Foggy Nelson), discuss the show above.
Today is Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage day at NYCC and Deborah is also attending. Lots of interviews being made, check back later for more coverage!
— Daredevil (@Daredevil) October 10, 2015
The Automatic Hate, directed by Justin Lerner and starring Joseph Cross, Adelaide Clemens and Deborah Ann Woll will have its California premiere during Mill Valley Film Festival, which runs in October 8-18. You can already buy tickets on their website.
The film will also will have its New York premiere during 16th Woodstock Film Festival, that runs from Sept 30rd to Oct 4th, and you can also buy tickets on their website.
How would you react if you discovered everything you thought you knew about your family turned out not to be so? After an enigmatic visit to his dying grandfather and the surprise appearance of an alluring and whimsical young woman claiming to be his cousin, Davis Greene discovers a family he never knew existed. Gingerly, he allows himself to be seduced into uncovering the past. But as estranged cousins Davis and Alexis grow close to each other, they discover the dark secret that shattered the relationship of their fathers.
The second feature film from director Justin Lerner, The Automatic Hate is an intimate and gripping portrait of a family told with spectacular pacing and assured direction, offering plenty of surprise turns along the way. Starting out as a simple indie drama, where Davis and his girlfriend are struggling to understand their relationship, The Automatic Hate evolves into a heartbreaking romance that spans two generations of families broken apart.
The gallery was updated with promotional stills of Deborah on Forever, her most recent released film. As mentioned before, this past Friday (25) the film held a screening in Los Angeles, but Deborah didn’t attend the screening. If you’re nearby Beverly Hills you can check the screening dates at Laemmle theater website.
After over a year, a new trailer for Forever has been released. Also the notice the film will be released next September 25th at Laemmle Music Hall 3 in Beverly Hills, CA. Further details of a wider release to be confirmed.
You can also check on Monterrey Media website several images of the film, but, unfortunately, in small quality.
Deborah is featuring the cover of current Glow magazine, with a beautiful photoshoot by Max Abadian and interview by Alexandra Breen.
Unlike most actors, she has yet to face any “So, now what?” anxieties, because within 48 hours of wrapping her last scene in True Blood, she was on a plane headed to New York to shoot Daredevil. Hard work and good fortune? For sure. But Woll’s modus operandi shines through when she describes her attraction to characters like Hamby and Page. “A strong woman isn’t a woman who is flawless and has no weakness,” she says. “It’s just about a woman who, despite those weaknesses, pushes forward or confronts them at some point.” Ironically, Woll describes herself as a risk-averse person, claiming that part of the appeal of acting is that she gets to hide behind her characters. “Things that I would find scary in my own life I can do when I’m in character or when it’s in a story. So in a way, that is how I fight my own fears,” she confesses.
Print screen of magazine can be found in our gallery, alongside with the HQ photoshoot. But you can also check the magazine itself at Glow archive.
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!