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Yesterday (25), Holland attends WE Day UN 2019 at Barclays Center in New York City. check out the photos;
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The Jane the Novela pilot currently in development at The CW will feature a familiar face from the Jane the Virgin family. Ivonne Coll, who plays Alba on the flagship series, is heading to the spin-off in a completely new role. According to Deadline, Coll will be playing Camilla, the adoptive mother of the first season’s heroine Estella (Jacqueline Grace Lopez). Camilla “would do anything to protect her daughter and the life they have built, even lie to her,” according to the site.
Jane the Novela is designed to be an anthology series, and each season would be based on a book written by Jane Villanueva (Gina Rodriguez), the lead of the original series. The potential first season centers on a familiar love triangle that finds Estella torn between her longtime security guard boyfriend (Remy Hii) and a rich wine seller (Hunter Parrish). It’s just like Jane’s love triangle, but with a few tweaks.
The reunion between Coll and the Jane creative team won’t be the only reunion in the pilot, though. Teen Wolf’s Holland Roden has also joined the cast as Felix’s animal-loving sister. She appeared opposite Coll when the latter did a stint on the MTV supernatural series. Coincidentally, Teen Wolf lead Tyler Posey had his own recurring role on Jane the Virgin, in Season 4. The world of Hollywood is incredibly small.
Coll’s involvement in the pilot also brings up a larger question if Jane the Novela is picked up to series, though. Could other Jane actors also show up to play new roles in Jane’s novels? Surely there’s a meaty Petra-inspired character that Yael Grobglas could come sink her teeth into, right?
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There is a new photo from Holland’s photoshoot for Vanity Fair’s “Coachella” and a new Channel Zero promo photo. I will add caps from the latest Channel Zero episode in the next few days so keep an eye on Holland Roden Daily.
The Lore podcast’s compelling blend of fiction and reality has made it one of the go-to audio series for horror fans, resulting in a successful six-episode live-action adaptation on Amazon. Response from fans about the series has been positive enough that Amazon is moving ahead with a new season, which promises all-new levels of historical terrors.
“Customers loved the first season of Lore for its unique blend of narrative and documentary storytelling, and we’re excited to give them another season of this suspenseful hybrid series,” Heather Schuster, Head of Unscripted, Amazon Originals shared in a statement. “[The Exorcist showrunner] Sean [Crouch] brings great experience in the supernatural genre, and we’re excited for him to help us tell even more frightening and visually captivating stories.”
Narrated by creator Aaron Mahnke, the haunting six-episode anthology series was brought to life by the executive producer of The Walking Dead and the executive producer of The X-Files. Throughout history, fear was best kept buried. But folklore opens the door, allowing stories to creep inside and haunt us. The scariest stories are true.
“As a fan of documentaries and horror, Lore resonates with me on so many levels,” executive producer Gale Anne Hurd explained. “Season two is shaping up to be scarier and even more compelling and unnerving than our first one!”
Whether it be ghosts, vampires, or serial killers, Lore has always shed light on some of the most disturbing legends in history, many of which are rooted in real-life scenarios and responses.
“With Sean Crouch at the helm, Lore is set to be scarier than ever,” producers Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens revealed. “In Season 2, we will explore global, real-life horror stories that make this series unlike anything else on television. We are thrilled to be back on Prime Video.”
Actors Robert Patrick, Kristin Bauer van Straten, Adam Goldberg, Holland Roden, Colm Feore, and Campbell Scott starred in the first season.
Mahnke began his podcast in 2015 with 20-30 minute explorations of various myths, which was much shorter in length than many other popular podcasts. Lore might have had a shorter running time but didn’t skimp on compelling content, quickly becoming a hit with anyone having an interest in the macabre or perplexed by history.
The series became so successful, in fact, that iTunes gave it a “Best of 2015” award. The following year, both Entertainment Weekly and The Atlantic included it in their lists of best podcasts of 2016.
We may or may not see Holland in the second season of “Lore”. We’ll keep you updated.