This week, Jamie Anne Allman (Terry Marek) and Eric Ladin (Jamie Wright) both talk about their roles in The Killing‘s shocking Season 2 finale, and Emmy buzz continues to build for cast members including Mireille Enos, Joel Kinnaman, and Brent Sexton. Plus, Billy Campbell talks to New York and E! Online, and The Hollywood Reporter features a gallery of behind-the-scenes photos. Read on for more:
• Jamie Anne Allman tells The Hollywood Reporter her reaction to finding out that her character killed Rosie Larsen: “Intense. Shocked. Surprised.” Allman also speaks with Elle, Entertainment Weekly, New York magazine, People and Zap2it about playing the murderer. Allman also offers some potential Season 3 tidbits to Zap2it.
• The Los Angeles Times speaks with Eric Ladin about Jamie Wright’s role in the murder of Rosie Larsen. The actor reveals, “I had a feeling that I had something to do with it, but I didn’t know exactly where I was going to fall in the grand scheme of things.”
• The Los Angeles Times speculates that Mireille Enos could get another Emmy nomination, while if if HitFix had an Emmy ballot, they would consider nominating Joel Kinnaman and Brent Sexton for best supporting actor, praising Kinnaman for his “complete, thought-out, physical performance as Detective Holder.”
• Ahead of the Season 2 finale, Billy Campbell talks to New York magazine and E! Online. He tells the former about shooting hoops from a wheelchair: “I’m probably a better basketball player sitting down in a chair than sitting up.”
• The Hollywood Reporter features a gallery of behind-the-scenes photos taken on set during the filming of Season 2 Episode 10, “72 Hours.”
• The Los Angeles Times cites The Killing‘s Pacific Northwest location as an example of a TV show enriching its “storytelling textures with specific settings.”Read More