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01. The 100
Set ninety-seven years after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization, when a spaceship housing humanity’s lone survivors sends one hundred juvenile delinquents back to Earth, in hopes of possibly re-populating the planet.
02. Beyond Skyline
Set concurrently with the previous Skyline film but in a different undisclosed location during the worldwide alien invasion, Mark, a tough-as-nails detective, embarks on a relentless pursuit to free his son, Trent, from a nightmarish alien warship.
Simon and Kit, two young leaders of an active senior tour group, out on an adventure to a small-town rodeo festival located deep in the woods. It’s a great experience for the group… until they try to leave. Together the group must fight to survive the night from relentless bloodthirsty cowboys on the hunt for human livestock.
Set in summer 1983 on the south shore of Long Island, the movie follows a group of working-class young people as they work their summer jobs, fall in and out of love and wrestle with what the future holds when the summer ends and the real world beckons.
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There have been a number of contenders for The 100’s season 3 Big Bad: The Ice Queen seemed like a ruthless foe, but Lexa dealt with her quickly. Pike was a thorn in everyone’s side, but he’s since been captured. Ontari certainly wants to be a force to be reckoned with, but she’s more fun than fearsome. So that leaves us with A.L.I.E., a computer software intent on taking over the world.
Jaha, the Pinky to A.L.I.E.’s The Brain, has been recruiting as many Arkadians as possible to join them in the City of Light. They thought they had converted a serious ally in Raven Reyes (played by Lindsey Morgan), but instead she became the first person to fight for her free will and resist the AI.
That unique ability to fight back against A.L.I.E. is a character strength that Morgan loves about Raven: “For such a long time, Raven has just been beat down and beat down by life in this world,” the actress tells EW. “You kind of forget the super smart, funky badass space mechanic who flew down in a pod she built herself and pulled out a knife on Bellamy because he took her radio. We haven’t seen that Raven in so long because she’s been so troubled for so long. I think it’s is a nice reminder that this girl is no joke.”
Unfortunately, even Raven has her limits. In episode 10, A.L.I.E. gave Raven what she asked for and revoked her pass to the City of Light, resulting in a heartbreaking scene that saw all of Raven’s forgotten memories flooding to the surface at once. As an actress, Morgan felt it was important to convey with her body everything that was going on in Raven’s mind; she approached the episode’s director, Matt Barber, and asked that he relay the exact sequence of the memories that would be running through Raven’s head. “I wanted each memory of it to be different, [and] the expression of it to be different, because I’m going to feel differently about being drilled for bone marrow than remembering my boyfriend being murdered by one of my best friends,” she says. “And even though it’s just acting, it’s still an experience. It’s almost like these memories are real and they are inside of you — because you did live through them in a sense, especially the dark ones. You trick your body into thinking you’re going through trauma, and your body doesn’t forget anything. I can touch my leg and remember the surgery, and the necklace reminds Raven of Finn; I have little triggers to help me remember and bring those memories to the forefront.”
Following that harrowing scene, A.L.I.E. took full synaptic control of Raven’s brain; our badass space mechanic was simply too weakened by the trauma to keep her out. Now that Clarke and Jasper are fleeing with Raven, the race is on to save her, which is the focus of Thursday’s episode, “Nevermore.”
And who better to save Raven than the old gang? Although Clarke, Monty, Jasper, Bellamy, and Octavia have all been at odds in one way or another this entire season, they’ll have to put that on hold. “They all come together for one purpose — and that’s to try to save Raven,” Morgan explains. “It’s nice that they put aside their differences for a greater cause.”
Morgan enjoys working with the group again on a personal level (“I love when we can all be in scenes together because we do enjoy each other so much and everyone works great together — and this is technically the first time the entire season long that we’ve had a chance to be together in the same room”), but also on a show level. She says the essence of episode 11 goes back to what “the 100” are all about.
“We protect our people, but mostly we protect each other,” she says of the original group. “We were the ones who came down here together, so really the ultimate bond is there in the 100 kids themselves.”
After putting up a valiant fight on last week’s The 100, Raven (Lindsey Morgan) gave herself over to A.L.I.E. (Erica Cerra) completely. But never one to give up on her people, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) will lead the fight for Raven’s soul in Thursday’sepisode while the heartless A.I. does everything she can to protect her secrets – even if it means sacrificing Raven.
TVGuide.com spoke with Morgan about the new dangers Raven is facing, what A.L.I.E.’s real plan is and more. Check out everything she revealed in the interview below.
How did you feel when you learned Raven would become one of A.L.I.E.’s pod people?
What state is Raven in when we see her next? And what does her time in captivity look like?
Clarke has the A.I. that A.L.I.E. has been after, and now she’s brought it straight to her in a way. How will the Flame factor into the episode?
A.L.I.E. said that conquering Arkadia was only Stage 1. What can you say about A.L.I.E.’s main goal?
The photos released from the episode reveal Niylah (Jessica Harmon) returns this week. What can you reveal about her return and whether or not she brought that wristband with her?
HOW DID YOU GET INTO THE BUSINESS
WOULD YOU SAY THAT THE 100 IS YOUR FIRST MAJOR ROLE?
WHAT DO YOU ENJOY ABOUT PORTRAYING RAVEN?
ARE THERE CHALLENGES YOU HAVE FACED IN YOUR WORK SPECIFICALLY BECAUSE YOU’RE A WOMEN?
ADVICE FOR BEING A WOMAN/WOMAN IN HOLLYWOOD?
WHAT DO YOU HOPE TO DO IN THE FUTURE?
Raven has taken the worst physical hits of any of the Arkers starting with her trip to the ground, being shot by Murphy to the explosion at Mount Weather last season. The emotional hits haven’t been much easier for her either.
BuddyTV caught up with Lindsey Morgan during the Television Critics Association Press Tour to find out why Raven won’t let anyone help her, the extend of her physical and emotional pain, Raven’s relationship with Abby and what’s coming up for her in this week’s episode.
Early this season, we find Raven very alone and keeping everything in. Why does she feel like she had to keep it to herself?
How much is emotional versus physical? Which is affecting her more?
Abby comes to her and they have such a good dynamic and friendship. Raven lashes out at Abby and hits her where it hurts. Will we see them overcome that and be each others support since Abby needs Raven as much.
The person who can help her the most.
On what’s coming up for Raven in The 100 Season 3 Episode 3, “Ye Who Enter Here”
The 100 airs Thursdays at 8pm ET on the CW.
After 97 years in space, humankind was finally ready to return to Earth. But first they had to determine if the air quality was habitable and they sent THE HUNDRED down in a drop-ship as an advance party. But for Raven Reyes (Lindsey Morgan), being separated from the man she loved and knowing that the drop-ship was unable to communicate after it hit the planet surface, she bravely jumped into a refurbished escape pod to find out what was going on for herself. Raven was like an angel sent from Heaven. Without her, the hundred would have never been able to communicate with those still in the Ark and perhaps never been able to successfully hold off the first wave of Grounder attacks in the Season 1 finale. Raven was also instrumental in taking down the remote missile system in the Season 2 finale that would have left her people exposed to attack by the Mountain Men. But Raven has paid a heavy price for her heroism and selflessness: she has been injured time and time again, and has never quite recovered. With her body broken and her spirit unbowed, Raven is a force to be reckoned with in Season 3.
In an exclusive interview, star Lindsey Morgan talked about Raven’s struggles with her disability and the trauma she has survived, and whether there is hope for a new love in Raven’s life.
But it did happen.
Fans are going to want to know. So we’ll just get it out there.
So now Raven is single again. Are there any men in her future?
As it should be, there are some higher stakes involved here.
Of course, Raven has the PTSD now to deal with.
So is Jasper (Devon Bostick). You would have thought they would have bonded of their shared darkness.
Abby (Paige Turco) seems finely-tuned to it. She seems to be aware what is going on with Raven.
The one person who it seems to break through occasionally is Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos). It is like Raven can appreciate that Octavia has created an identity and world for herself, and wants to emulate that.
Octavia kind of started out as the victim where the show started and she then created her own identity out of it and became this new person. It has been a real growth experience for her. I could see that Raven could do the same thing. Raven was defined initially by her station in space and then she was defined by her relationship when she came down to Earth initially and now she has the freedom to choose: who do I want to be?
What does Raven think of the Grounders? It has been a difficulty for her, obviously, because they have inflicted pain on her personally.
So whoever is current Chancellor should watch their back?
We have not quite seen this, but if Raven were to enter the world of where Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Murphy (Richard Harmon) had gone off to, how would she take to that? Would that be something that is exciting for her because of her background with engineering? That might be a fascinating world for her.
How would she react to A.L.I.E. (Erica Cera)?
Another dynamic we do not see enough of and, maybe we will, is we do not get to see Raven interact with Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) as much. That would be kind of awesome.
Raven’s someone who has endured a lot and he’s endured a lot. So Lincoln would be someone she’d be real comfortable with.
What kind of things is Raven going to be doing this season, besides fighting her PTSD? Is she going to be coming up with new devices or ways to help the Sky People adapt to this new environment?
Sounds like Raven is their secret weapon when it comes to survival.
So they should be keeping a close eye on her then!
To find out just how key Raven is to saving everyone yet again, be sure to tune in for the Season 3 premiere of THE 100 on Thursday, January 21st at 9:00 p.m. on the CW. Pity the fool that gets in her way.
Raven has been through more in less than a year than most people deal with in a lifetime. On The 100, she jettisoned to Earth in a less than trustworthy pod, found her boyfriend with another woman, faced off against the Grounders, watched her friend kill the love of her life, injured her leg and was nearly killed for her marrow at Mount Weather. Not too much happened, right?
BuddyTV caught up with Lindsey Morgan as she spoke with reporters to find out how Raven will be dealing with all that she’s been through and in The 100 Season 3 with Clarke’s departure.
On Season 3 Raven
Morgan: [The 100] always stays true to the ramifications of the actions we take as far as Season 1 to Season 2. I feel like everything is moving so quickly and there is so much immediate danger and threat that they have to attend to that you don’t really get to see the toll of what they’ve really done on them.
I feel in Season 3, we’re going to have a chance to see what losing Finn really meant to Raven, what killing all those Grounders in Season 1 felt like to Raven, what losing Clarke now feels to Raven. And who she is now– losing her leg, being with Wick. There’s so many changes in her world. I wouldn’t say a new Raven, but a changed Raven as any human naturally would be after going through what she went through.
Will Raven stop getting hurt in Season 3?
Morgan: I personally would love it if Raven got a break and didn’t get hurt as much, but I think one of the best things about Raven is that she always rebuilding herself. She’s not going to give up on herself. Season 3 is going to test her in a different way than any other season has, so hopefully she’ll stay strong.
What’s Raven’s relationship with Abby? They’ve always had a strong bond. Clarke’s gone now. As the season begins, will they be leaning on each other?
Morgan: I think, yes, because like you said Abby and Raven have always had a really unique and close relationship. Now that Clarke’s gone, Raven could fall into that role for Abby, but Abby is also the Chancellor and also a doctor and not just her friend.
Sometimes by being her friend and having those other positions, it blurs lines and it’s hard. As much as they are close, they butt heads a little bit. It’s sometimes good, because sometimes you need your friends to tell you the truth. You know what I mean like give you a reality check. Hopefully, I just don’t get slapped in the face.
Clarke and Raven got closer together. Is she going to feel Clarke’s absence as much as Abby and Bellamy?
Morgan: Yeah, I definitely think Raven will feel Clarke’s absence because she shares something with Clarke that no one else does and she can’t share with anyone else and that’s Finn. As weird as that sounds, Clarke is really the only other person in the world who knows what it’s like to lose him and the pain and the heartbreak and the hurt that they are both going through. What they went through together losing him and life without him. Now that Raven’s lost Clarke too, it’s tough for her. I think she feels very alone.
Watch the video interview below.