Step Up propels girls from various under resourced communities to fulfill their potential by empowering them to become confident, college bound, career focused, and ready to join the next generation of professional women. Step Up believes all girls should have the opportunity to fulfill their potential. SUWN's programs include after school classes and a mentoring program. For more information, click on the logo below to see their website. *This charity was supported during the 100 Charity Project's #IdPickYouFirst Women's Empowerment Month & Lindsey herself.
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.
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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The actress behind Raven Reyes reflects on season four of “The 100” and explores what to expect for season five.
When “The 100” returns to the CW next Tuesday, fans will find themselves tuning in moments after the nail-biting season four finale. Six years after the second apocalypse – called Praimfaya – blasted through Earth, characters are still separated in unreachable places with a new enemy looming overhead.
Lindsey Morgan portrays fan-favorite character Raven Reyes, the youngest Zero-G mechanic in over fifty years and the brains behind the operations that continually save her friends’ lives. Stepping into more of a leadership role in season four, Raven struggled against her physical pain and mental trauma to secure new ways for civilization to survive Praimfaya when all else seemed to fail.
“Raven has evolved so much over the seasons and I try to bring her history and experiences with the ‘new’ her every season,” Lindsey says of how her approach to portraying Raven has changed since her first appearance. “I will watch past seasons and read past scripts to refresh myself and then write a diary entry, as if I am her.” Where season two explored Raven dealing with her new physical disability, season four dealt with the aftermath of having A.L.I.E. in her head. “I used to depend on my body a lot to move like her, but now I am more focused on thinking like her first,” she explains.
Season four in particular brought out Raven’s deeper insecurities with her own mental capabilities – something she has long prided herself for. “I think Raven’s vulnerable side is my favorite part of her to play and also the most challenging at times.” Lindsey cites the reasoning for this as the fact you never know how Raven is going to express that vulnerability. Going into season five, it is ushered into the spotlight. “You will definitely see Raven dealing with her choices and her insecurities that were explored in season four.” She teases, “They definitely come back.”
Part of this can be credited to the action of leaving Clarke [Eliza Taylor, Thumper, “Neighbours”] behind as the apocalypse came bearing down their door. According to Lindsey, Raven was a mixed bag of emotions as the rocket left for space without one half of their leadership onboard.
“The main [emotions are] her sadness and fear of leaving Clarke behind on Earth,” expresses the talented actress. “Leaving her pretty much means they sentenced her to death and that weighs on Raven’s heart, but she still has to ensure everyone gets to the Ring safely.” Going through her character’s mind as the events unfolded, she continued, “So, despite wanting to break down, she must soldier on and not let Clarke’s death be in vain. There’s adrenaline pumping through her. She’s praying they can pull this off and that they have a chance to survive in space.”
The trailer for the fifth season answers the question as to whether or not the space crew survived but, at what cost? And what has caused them to overstay their time on the Ring?
While fans will have to wait until the season premiere for an answer, Lindsey explores the decision the writers had to leap six years into the future.
“The ability to start completely fresh while having history happen off-screen and in the past, that we now get to play in the present,” she says of the most exciting aspect of the time jump. “It’s very exciting; new character and relationship development for everyone.”
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Tribeca will host the New York premiere of Jason Reitman’s Charlize Theron-starrer Tully, written by Diablo Cody in her latest pairing with Reitman and Theron, with whom she worked on Juno (Reitman) and Young Adult (Reitman and Theron). That screening will be followed by a talk between Reitman and writer-director Tamara Jenkins. Tully, a comedy about a harried mother (Theron) and her free-spirited nanny (Mackenzie Davis), received a surprise Sundance screening, after which The Hollywood Reporter’s John DeFore called it a “funny and piercing take on the self-abnegation of parenting.”
The Tribeca fest will also host the world premiere of Burns’ latest film, Summertime, which is set in the summer of 1983 at Rockaway Beach.
HEROES, ANTIHEROES & ANIMATED KITTIES UNLEASHED IN ANAHEIM WHEN WARNER BROS. TELEVISION AND WARNER BROS. ANIMATION BRING THEIR SUPER SERIES TO WONDERCON 2018
Q&A Panels with The 100, Black Lightning, Krypton, Teen Titans Go! and Unikitty!, Plus a New Episode of Lucifer and the World Premiere Screening of Constantine on WonderCon Weekend in Anaheim March 23-25.
· The 100 stars Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Christopher Larkin, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon and Tasya Teles along with executive producer Jason Rothenberg.
The cast and producers of all series will be signing autographs. For more information about participating, please visit https://www.comic-con.org/wca/exclusive-signings
For more information about the Studio’s plans at WonderCon, please follow us on Twitter at @warnerbrostv.
Following are the WBTV panel dates and times for WonderCon 2018 (panelists and panel times may be subject to change).
6:00-7:00 p.m. The 100 Special Video Presentation and Q&A – With season five premiering on Tuesday, April 24 at 9/8c on The CW, The 100 makes its return to Anaheim for a special appearance at WonderCon with a sneak peek into the new season. More than six years have passed since Praimfaya has ravaged the planet and killed most of the human race. As Clarke waits to hear from the group on the Ark, or in the bunker, a prison ship drops from the sky. Are they friend or foe? And what do they want? Join us for a special video presentation followed by a Q&A with series stars Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Christopher Larkin, Lindsey Morgan, Richard Harmon and Tasya Teles and producer Jason Rothenberg. From Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Alloy Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television, The 100: The Complete Fourth Season is available on Digital, Blu-ray(TM) and DVD. Become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CWThe100, and follow the show on Twitter @CWThe100. Room: North 200A
Make sure to wish Lindsey a happy birthday on her twitter and instagram. And as a treat for all of you, I give you the gift of 5 Stages screencaps! A huge thank you Lee-Amir Cohen for giving me permission to share these.
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