Nov, 16 Published by simymonna

Special thanks to Travelgirl for this amazing interview with Annie which they shared with us on Twitter!

Check it out by subscribing to their website now on http://travelgirlinc.com to get access to the article on their site and to zoom in on the entire story! it’s worth it!

 

But if you wish a more clear look at the article. Special thanks to them they shared a file with us with the article which I can share with you guys! PDF  

 

Credits:

travelgirl – http://travelgirlinc.com/

photograher – Djeneba Aduayom

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Nov, 15 Published by simymonna

New promo images for episode 1.01 of Runaways got released and it gives us another look at Annie as Leslie Dean in the episodes. As well as Annie posting the image I created on her Insta page! Yay!

 

 

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Nov, 15 Published by simymonna

Yes you guys heard it correctly.  Annie is back on Timeless!

Timeless started filming this past monday and they had their script readthrough on friday last week which was when she released these images.

 

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Oct, 26 Published by simymonna

If you were not excited before then maybe this will change your mind! New trailer was released only an hour ago by Hulu and it’s amazing! Including new scenes with Annie as Leslie!

Screencaptures:

 

PS. Check my other fansite for the show on : http://www.marvelsrunaways-fans.com/

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Oct, 21 Published by simymonna

If you had time last year you may of spend several hours listening to The Secret History of Twin Peaks just to hear Annie’s voice or if you were interested to hear the entire thing because you love the book or series.

 

Well, Annie’s been hard working on The Final Dossier by again Mark Frost! It comes out October 31st on Amazon and more if you wish ti head and listen to her voice. And according to Amazon her voice is the main one! So, who’s excited to hear her and who’s getting it?

 

Leave a message in Twitter or Facebook!

 

Link on where to buy it: https://www.amazon.com/Twin-Peaks-Dossier-Mark-Frost/dp/1427292906

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Oct, 12 Published by simymonna

 

Also a few untagged photo’s were posted by Zimbio.

 

 

Screencaptures of the Maximo video:

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Oct, 11 Published by simymonna

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Oct, 11 Published by simymonna

New Interview with stlmag.com. I absolutely love this interview. What Annie speaks of a little down below is something that I personally always felt. It’s the question how she grew up in St. Louis.

I feel like I can be on set and work with all these different, awesome people, but I still maintain that down-to-earth, Midwest thing that is kind of hard to put your finger on. I can’t tell you how many times people are like, “You are so chill.” They’re always like, “You must be a Midwesterner, huh?” That happens a lot.

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I personally believe that because she’s that type of person, she has the fans she has and the personality she has. I believe that if she changed and turned into the more hollywood type of actress that she would not have the fanbase she has now. Anyways, read the interview below or on their site.


 

Annie Wersching by Djeneba Aduayom

Annie Wersching by Djeneba Aduayom-

Annie Wersching is a die-hard Cardinals fan.

The St. Louis-born actress, who now lives in Los Angeles, often travels the country to catch a game, even stopping in Arizona this year to watch the Birds take on the Diamondbacks. Between cheering on her hometown team, filming hit TV shows, and spending time with her two young boys, Wersching keeps busy.

You might recognize her from such popular series as 24, NBC’s Timeless, General Hospital, and The Vampire Diaries. She’s also guest-starred on Castle, Hawaii Five-0, Supernatural, and Charmed. She’ll next appear in the new Marvel series Runaways, which debuts on Hulu November 21. The show, based on the comic books of the same name, follows six teenagers who discover their parents are part of a cult-like, super-villain group known as “The Pride.” Executive producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage (of such successful shows as The O.C., Gossip Girl, and Chuck) have adapted the comic books for TV.

Below, Wersching dishes on her “creepy” Runaways character, growing up in St. Louis, her favorite local spots to visit, and how she once played softball with Jon Hamm.

Was it intimidating at all when you knew Runaways was part of the huge Marvel universe? Oh, 100 percent when the word Marvel was attached. It was, one, incredibly exciting and, two, a little daunting. That’s a big conglomerate in the entertainment world. But mostly exciting.

I’m sure it helped knowing you were in good hands with executive producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. What was it like working with them? Working with Josh and Stephanie has been amazing. Every show they’ve had has been a big hit: The O.C., Gossip Girl, Chuck. Also, it’s nice to know they’ve done these big, ensemble pieces before successfully, where they can merge the parents’ storyline and the kids’ storyline in a way that, whether you’re an adult or a young adult watching, can keep everybody interested. That’s huge, knowing that we’re in good hands with them.

Tell me about your Runaways character, Leslie, and what about her interested you. I play a woman named Leslie Dean, who is a really cool lady. She is the head of the Church of Gibborim, which is a very sleek, sort of new-age, modern celebrity church in Los Angeles. On the surface, Leslie is a very charismatic leader who has a lot of power in her community and does so much good for the community. Deeper down, though, there are secrets lurking. She has a lot of hidden agendas, and she can be very manipulative.

It’s cool because in the comic books, it was the kids, and the parents were in there a little bit, but Josh and Steph have taken it to a place where it’s equal. So the parents really get developed so much more. It’s really fun, because [Leslie’s] so multi-layered. And she’s actually a little creepy [laughs].

You also do great work on NBC’s Timeless. What was it like during that period where it was first cancelled and then actually picked up for a second seasonOh my gosh, it was crazy. I was so sad when it got cancelled. We always knew it was 50/50, that it was a bubble show. But we knew that it had such a huge online fan base that I thought it would sway toward getting picked up. I was pretty shocked when it got cancelled. And then even crazier, when it was only three days later that all of the sudden it was un-cancelled. It’s a testament to the fans. They’re hardcore about that show. Kudos to them, because they totally did it.

Will we be seeing your character, Emma, in season 2? Yes, Emma Whitmore will be back. She closed out the first season with a bit of a bang. I’m sure her story needs to be resolved.[Spoiler alert:] It was revealed that she is working for Rittenhouse as opposed to hiding from them in the past. There’s a lot of mystery involving Emma, to me as well. I can’t wait to get the first couple of scripts, when more details are revealed about her. I’m looking forward to starting again. I get to go back to that just a few weeks after we finish Runaways. Also, Timeless shoots in Los Angeles now instead of Vancouver, so that’s great.

A lot of people also know you as Renee on 24. What was the most valuable thing you learned from that experience and being on that set? Most of my scenes were with Kiefer [Sutherland]. I was able to observe him, and he’s such a hard worker, and he really, really is invested in his character and the show in general. I feel like I just learned good etiquette for how to be on set and about giving it your all and being into it at every single moment.

Renee herself was such a wonderful character to get to play, because she had the tough side and the action. But she was also conflicted about stuff, conflicted about what she was doing. She had a beautiful arc that first season. From where she started to where she ended was so interesting. It was a pleasure to play her.

How often do you make it back to St. Louis? Pretty often. I’d say maybe three or four times a year. I’m a diehard Cardinals fan, so I follow them all over the country. We saw them in Arizona this year. I definitely have my roots deeply stuck in St. Louis. I actually just had some friends that came to visit here, and they brought me Provel cheese and some Imo’s salad dressing [laughs].

When you come back, what are the places you love to visit? I have two little boys now. I have a 4 year old and a 7 year old, so most of my visiting now—not that it wasn’t this before—we do the zoo a lot. We did the science center last time. We actually did the art museum too, which I loved. It’s funny because it’s kind of like being a tourist for a second but not really obviously. I was an Irish dancer growing up in St. Louis, and so we usually hit up McGurk’s, where a friend of mine works. Any and everything in Forest Park—we always go to the Boathouse. The kids love feeding the fish and the turtles there. Sometimes we stay with family, and sometimes we stay at The Cheshire, which is fun. And Busch Stadium, of course.

You mentioned you were an Irish dancer. How was that experience? There was a really hardcore Irish dancing community in St. Louis growing up. There were five different schools. I was with The Mayer School of Dance. We were also called the St. Louis Celtic Stepdancers. It was my life. I traveled and competed in it. That and theater were the things I did all the time when I was growing up in St. Louis.

Did you always know you were interested in acting? I never really had a moment where I was like, “This is what I’m going to do.” I went to New City School in the Central West End, and my music teacher there, Diane Davenport, very ambitiously put on the show Cats when I was in fourth grade. I always think that’s such an ambitious show to do with elementary school kids. That was the first show I did, and I did a bunch of shows growing up. I went to Crossroads [College Preparatory School] for high school and did a lot of shows there, and then just went on to college. It was just always what I did.

How has growing up in St. Louis influenced you and your career? Growing up in St. Louis, and being from the Midwest in general, has given me a pretty good head on my shoulders. I feel like I can be on set and work with all these different, awesome people, but I still maintain that down-to-earth, Midwest thing that is kind of hard to put your finger on. I can’t tell you how many times people are like, “You are so chill.” They’re always like, “You must be a Midwesterner, huh?” That happens a lot. There’s a really great thing about the Midwest and people from St. Louis that is very down to earth and real and authentic. I’m insanely proud to be from there.

Have you ever connected with other St. Louis-born actors? When the [MLB] All-Star Game was in St. Louis in 2009, they did that celebrity softball game the day before. There was me and Jon Hamm and Jenna Fischer. Those were the main two that I talked to the most. I’m still friends with Jenna Fischer, so that’s fun.

What are you working on next? We’re just finishing up Runaways. We’re on the last episode. And then I have about three weeks off, and then I start Timeless again. So keeping busy. And the two little ones are definitely keeping me busy too [laughs].

 

Source: https://www.stlmag.com/culture/st-louis-born-actress-annie-wersching-on-marvel-show-runaways/

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Oct, 7 Published by simymonna

It’s finally here you guys! The official trailer for Marvel’s Runaways 😀 I’m so extremely excited about this show since the very beginning as it was announced and waited so long for a trailer to finally be released!

 

Here is the trailer:

 

And here are some screencaps of the trailer:

 

 

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The first full Runaways trailer was released by Hulu just ahead of its panel at New York Comic Con Friday. The trailer poses the question: what if your parents are actually evil? It features several scenes that look like they’re ripped directly from the pages of Marvel Comics, where these characters debuted.

The official synopsis reads:

Every teenager thinks their parents are evil. What if you found out they actually were? Marvel’s Runaways is the story of six diverse teenagers who can barely stand each other but who must unite against a common foe – their parents. The 10-episode series premieres Tuesday, November 21st.

The series is based on Runaways, by Brian K. Vaughan, Adrian Alphona, and Christina Strain. In the series, six kids, Alex (Rhenzy Feliz), Nico (Lyrica Okano), Karolina (Virgina Gardner), Gert (Ariela Barer), Chase (Gregg Sulkin), and Molly (Allegra Acosta) were raised with annual visits, while their parents did some strange “charity event.” Little did they know, their parents were all supervillains who collectively are known as “The Pride,” a group so powerful it controls the entire West Coast of the United States.

Marvel’s Runaways is being adapted by showrunners Josh Schwarts and Stephanie Savage (The O.C., Chuck, Gossip Girl) and Marvel Head of Television Jeph Loeb. It’s the first of several new series that are aimed at younger audiences in the Marvel TV world. Cloak and Dagger and New Warriors are also on the way from Marvel TV, featuring teen heroes.

Marvel’s Runaways debuts on Hulu Tuesday, Nov. 21. The 10-episode first season will be released weekly on the streaming service.

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Sep, 18 Published by simymonna

Hulu’s 2017 Emmy After Party

LOS ANGELES, CA – SEPTEMBER 17: Annie Wersching ( and Stephen ) attends Hulu’s 2017 Emmy After Party at Otium on September 17, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo’s by Todd Williamson/Getty Images for Hulu)

 

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