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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.
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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Imagine being shipped to an unforgiving post-apocalyptic universe from a wretched rocketship, fighting Grounders, being shot, crippled and manipulated. It’s safe to say that female characters are often hard to balance, especially when it comes to girls, fighters, and geniuses – and Raven Reyes is all three.
She’s a young woman that discovers she’s been lied to by her boyfriend after she has risked it all; she’s the youngest mechanic of her generation, she fights through loss and death and even addiction. In the world of “The 100,” Raven’s character, played by the actress Lindsey Morgan, born in Georgia and raised in Huston, certainly doesn’t have it easy. But Lindsey managed to go deep into a complex character, turning a name on a script into a real person made of shadows and lights, of sufferings and compromises (both with herself, with her friends and the world they are slowly discovering). Next to series leads Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor, for 6 seasons now (The CW confirmed the 6th Season of “The 100”) Lindsey has been one of the most solid presences on the show, despite all her character’s goes through.
But how did Lindsey prepare for the role, and what were the funniest moments on set? How did she feel when she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series and what are her dreams for the future?
You’re one of the most popular Latino actresses of the recent years: how did you start acting and how was your relationship with acting when you were younger?
You played Captain Rose in “Beyond Skyline,” the sequel of “Skyline:” how did you prepare for the role and what was the best thing on set?
You started as Raven Reyes from the very first season of “The 100.” Back then, did you imagine how much resonance the series would have and what a success it would become?
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Lindsey Morgan knows what a gift it is to play Raven Reyes on The 100. The tough-as-nails heroine can code, hack, and MacGyver her way out of any world-ending situation on the post-apocalyptic drama series, and she also happens to be a woman of color, one with a sometimes-limiting physical disability. It’s a rare role in sci-fi, especially for a female character, and Morgan pours every ounce of her seemingly endless well of talent into bringing the character to life on screen.
Off-screen, the actress is just as committed to living up to her character’s bad-ass superhero reputation. She kickboxes. She snowboards. She zip-lines through the jungle. But she also volunteers for disaster relief agencies and marches for gender equality. In between, she’s busy forging a lasting career by purposefully challenging herself in front of the camera.
SYFY FANGRRLS spoke with Morgan about Raven’s journey on the show, a certain ship that might sail soon, and how The 100 is proving sci-fi doesn’t just belong to the fanboys.
We haven’t checked in with Raven in a while. What’s the next move in dealing with these Eligius guys, particularly Shaw?
The fandom is currently building a ship name for those two. Any suggestions?
Maybe it’s not with Shaw, but do you think it’s time Raven had a romantic relationship on the show? It’s been a while.
I’d like to think something happened with Emori, or even Echo.
Being the smartest person in the room I think can be very lonely. I think a lot of times we’re motivated by love and need. The way Bellamy will do something crazy for his sister, because it’s his sister. There’s something so beautiful and so human about that. I wanted to have that for Raven because it’s just such a tough life. Can you imagine? Living that life and having zero comfort, it’s heartbreaking.
It was also nice to see our mechanic kick a bit of ass in the first episode this season. Will Raven be using that Azgeda training against the Eligius crew?
Speaking of fighting, there’s rumors that Echo and Raven might come to blows now that Echo’s spying on Eligius for WonKru. What can you tell us about that?
On the show. In real life, you and Tasya are totally fine.
Just offer to pay for a cleaning service. It’s what I do.
What does it mean to you to play a woman of color who’s this STEM genius and can hold her own with a physical disability?
It was also like I get to connect with this need to do good in the world. Raven has very like superhero qualities about her. She’s always trying to do the right thing and be a better person. It still gives me goosebumps.
Switching gears for a second, you’re in a new film that premiered at Tribeca called Summertime. Was it nice to play a character that’s not having to save the world every five seconds?
Before this call you said you had a chat with the writers about plans for Season 6. What would you like to see for future Raven?
Maybe go on some space adventures?
How do you hope the character of Raven Reyes can influence future sci-fi heroines?
Raven (Lindsey Morgan) and Murphy (Richard Harmon), who have remained behind on board the Eligius to keep a close watch on the hundreds of prisoners left in cryo-sleep, learn a little more about their formidable new threat. Raven, curious and concerned for her people, pulls up Diyoza’s file and shares some distressing facts.
“She was something they called a Navy SEAL,” Raven reads, as headlines about Diyoza appear on screen behind Murphy. “She became a terrorist. Bombing campaigns, assassinations. At the time of her arrest, she was the most wanted criminal in the world.” In other words, Diyoza will be a formidable enemy for Bellamy to face — even if they’re holding Diyoza’s fellow ex-cons hostage. “We’re threatening to kill her people,” Murphy wryly observes. “What could go wrong?” Spoiler alert: plenty.
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