Halfway through its second season, Revenge has kept the drama coming with plot twists, scheming, and, of course, love triangles. We sat down with the stars of ABC's hit show at a recent press event in LA to get the scoop on what's coming next. Josh Bowman and Nick Wechsler spoke about their character's changing relationships with Emily Thorne, Madeleine Stowe hinted at her character's secret motives, and Henry Czerny joked about how real the show has become to him. Watch our interview here before the next episode of Revenge airs Sunday, Feb. 10 at 9/8 C.
Season one of ABC's Revenge ended last night, and while we can't wait to see how the plot thickens next season, let's turn our attention to Emily Thorne, Victoria Grayson, Charlotte Grayson, Ashley Davenport, and Lydia Davis's fabulous style sensibilities. Check out all of season one's chic looks and shop similar styles for your wardrobe.
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The period drama is titled Unbound Captives and follows a woman (to be played by Weisz) "whose husband is killed and her two children kidnapped by a Comanche war party in 1859. She is rescued by a frontiersman, to be played by Jackman. Pattinson will play the son." First-time director Madeleine Stowe will be working with her own screenplay which she wrote, under the pseudonym O.C. Humphrey, with her husband. She'd originally planned on starring in the lead role herself, but ultimately decided to direct. She says she saw three actresses and just knew that Weisz would be good for the role. Interestingly, Robert Pattinson agreed to be in the film last Fall, "before everything broke with Twilight."
There's no question that Pattinson and Jackman are hot actors — in that they're attractive (Pattinson even has his own sexy faceoff game over on Pop) and rather popular right now. And I've always thought that Rachel Weisz is one of the most beautiful actresses of our time (just my humble opinion), so, just like I'm going to see The Brothers Bloom in which she stars with other cuties (Mark Ruffalo and Adrien Brody), I'll probably see this movie no matter what.