~REVENGE~~ megapost... plus Virginia ONTDers can meet the queen if they have some cash!




New characters! Not all human...

Details on the move to ~sinful Sundays~

Fauxmanda will RETURN in Season 2

Madeleine Stowe campaigns for women's rights in Richmond
(and you can buy tix!) 

Victoria would have died if the show wasn't renewed!

Queen Madeleine stans for Marcia Gay Harden







'Revenge' Season 2 Spoilers: Which New Characters Will Be Introduced
Posted: 06/11/2012 3:26 pm

"Revenge" fans have some new insight about what -- and who -- is to come in Season 2, thanks to a new exclusive TV Guide report.

Of course, viewers already anticipated the search for Emily's previously presumed-dead mom, who, it was revealed in the shocking "Revenge" Season 1 finale, is still alive. "Revenge" executive producer Mike Kelley told TV Guide that Emily's mom "won't be easy to find. She's been gone, deliberately, for a very long time. Emily is one messed-up girl, and she's going to find out the apple didn't fall far from the tree."

But TV Guide reveals that Emily's mom is not the only new arrival. Kelley told the website, Season 2 will see many new characters:

Conrad's ex-wife and kids
Victoria's mom
A new puppy to replace Sammy

And more ghosts of Emily's, Amanda's and Nolan's past

As far as Nolan goes, Kelley also told TVLine in May that we may meet the Hampton dandy's brothers and/or sisters in Season 2. Kelley went on to tease that "Revenge's" second season will once again "flash forward to a big summer event, like the Fire & Ice Ball [in Season 1]." He also told the site that "there will definitely be a wedding next year, and there will definitely be another death" and that Daniel is going to "get even darker next season."


Queen Madeleine and Josh Bowman discuss Revenge moving to Sundays...
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Madeleine talks to Irish TV about her cray cray character
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Revenge's Margarita Levieva Will Be Back Next Season – But For How Long?
BY VLADA GELMAN, JUNE 12, 2012 08:19 PM PDT



Amanda Clarke is carving out a home for herself in the Hamptons.
Margarita Levieva, who plays the thorn — pun intended! — in Emily’s side on Revenge, will appear in at least seven of the first 14 episodes in Season 2, our sister site Deadline reports.

Levieva’s deal to return to the ABC hit comes after Amanda dropped a bomb in the closing minutes of last month’s finale — she’s preggers, and Jack’s the daddy (or is he?)!

“Fans can definitely look forward to seeing Fauxmanda and Emily in an epic battle for Jack’s affections, and it’s going to be a tough one,” creator Mike Kelley teased to TVLine in a season-ending Q&A. “When we reveal where Amanda’s been and what exactly has happened in the interim and what her reason is for coming back, it’s going to be another big Revenge surprise.”


Hollywood star Madeleine Stowe to campaign for Wayne Powell
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 25, 2012

Madeleine Stowe, 2012 Golden Globe Best Actress nominee for her portrayal of Victoria Grayson in the hit ABC series “Revenge”, will be in the 7th District of Virginia on July 14-16 to campaign for Wayne Powell. Wayne Powell is a supporter of women’s rights and the pro bono defense attorney for the women arrested protesting the Virginia General Assembly’s assault on women’s rights.

Madeleine will also be headlining an event in support of the Women’s Strike Force, a new Virginia PAC supporting candidates opposing any elected official who supported the General Assembly’s “personhood” or mandatory ultrasound legislation.



ACTRESS MADELEINE STOWE TO HEADLINE WOMEN’S STRIKE FORCE FUNDRAISING GALA
Saturday, July 14, 2012

Richmond, VA – The Women’s Strike Force is pleased that 2012 Golden Globe Nominee Madeleine Stowe is taking time from her campaign tour for Wayne Powell to be keynote speaker at “A Night On The Red Carpet” to support the Women’s Strike Force and to advance the issues of women’s rights. “A Night on the Red Carpet” will be held in Richmond at The Tuckahoe Woman’s Club on Saturday, July 14, 2012, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

“It is a great day for Virginia when a world renowned actress and advocate like Madeleine Stowe comes to Richmond to show her support for women’s reproductive rights and to help us raise funds to defeat Virginia legislators who continually vote against women,” said Women’s Strike Force Board President Katherine Waddell.

The Women’s Strike Force is a bipartisan coalition of Virginians who have created a political action committee raising money to recruit and support candidates to defeat any elected official who supported the “personhood” or mandatory, unnecessary ultrasound legislation in the Virginia General Assembly.

Event Details
What: A Night on the Red Carpet
When: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 14, 2012
Where: The Tuckahoe Woman’s Club, 4215 Dover Road, Richmond, VA 23221
Tickets can be purchased at www.womensstrikeforce.org. Levels are $150, $500 and $1,500.


Revenge's Madeleine Stowe Doesn't Care If Victoria Grayson Lives or Dies!
June 14 at 11:15AM EDT by Rachel McRady



It’s almost been a month since the finale of Revenge, but we’re still reeling from all the twists and potential deaths that creator Mike Kelley threw at us.

And it seems we weren’t the only ones impressed with the first season finale. Actress Madeleine Stowe, who plays Victoria Grayson, recently talked about the final episode.

“At the time, actually, when we were doing it, we didn’t know if the show was going to be picked up or not,” she said to Access Hollywood. “Always go for the creatively strong choice and whether I return or not is sort of immaterial for me. I think, at least for that season’s end, that’s a wonderful, wonderful way to go … I think it was just a really strong creative choice on his part.”

Apparently, Victoria Grayson’s final scene in which she walked up the steps of the plane in slow motion was not originally a part of the plan.

“When Mike originally wrote that, he just wanted a car to drive up to the tarmac,” Madeleine revealed.

But with Vicky boarding a plane, we were more likely to think that she really did die in the explosion. And with the writers still working on Season 2, the actors still don’t know the fate of their characters.


Revenge Stars Tease Season Two and Reveal Who They Want to Play Emily's Mother!
Tue., Jun. 19, 2012 2:17 PM PDT by LISA ABDOLIAN

Has Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) finally met her match?

Revenge may be adding the battle of the mean mothers to its agenda next season, with Madeleine Stowe all set to be pitted against another Hollywood heavyweight as Emily's (Emily VanCamp) long-lost psychologically impaired mother.

But wait, Victoria boarded a plane that blew up, right?! We chatted with Stowe and Joshua Bowman at the Monte Carlo TV Festival about season two, Victoria's fate and the highly anticipated debut of Emily's mama!

Fret not, Revenge fans: We all know it would take more than a little bomb to kill Victoria Grayson, queen of the Hamptons!

"She's not dead," Bowman tells us exclusively. "You can't kill off Victoria!"

So yes, you can all put down the red Sharpies as there's no need to exact revenge on creator Mike Kelley just yet. But what will the next season bring? Stowe let slip a juicy season-two tease while chatting with us about Emily's mother, who was revealed to be alive in the season finale.

"My understanding is we're antagonistic toward each other," she says, before quickly adding that this will happen if Victoria returns, of course. Her top choice for the part? Marcia Gay Harden!



"I would love a wonderful, strong actress who is a contemporary to play with. I'd love Marcia Gay Harden, but I don't know if she's been discussed for this," Madeleine tells us. "She would be fantastic. There are great actors on the show, but it would be fun to work with someone who is my contemporary."

And just like his onscreen mother, Bowman would also like to see Harden take on the role, telling us, "Marcia Gay Harden would be great. It's got to be someone who's got a little bit of a screw loose and can do that well. Marcia's done that a few times; she's good at it."

As for Daniel, Bowman speculates that Daniel is going to get as dark as ABC will allow, a turn possibly fueled, in part, by his guilt about the intense conversation he had with his mother before she boarded the plane.

"I mean if your mother died, I'm sure you'd be plagued with guilt," he reasons. "Within the ABC parameter, [Daniel] can't get too dark, but I'm sure that he's going to have this kind of M.O. throughout in terms of this sort of darker side to him."

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