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Killing Eve Season 2 Gallery Update

Hi all, sorry for the lack of post updates weekly. I’ve updated the gallery with Killing Eve Season 2 Episode Stills / Screencaptures, be sure to check them out- enjoy!


 

Killing Eve S02E02″Nice And Neat” Episode Screencaptures

I have added Screencaptures of this week’s episode of Killing Eve “Nice And Neat” to our gallery. Enjoy!


Killing Eve 2×01-Do You Know How to Dispose of a Body? Screencaps

I’ve added screencaps from Sunday night’s episode of Killing Eve, what a brilliant opening to Season 2! Also the show has been renewed for Season 3, can’t wait! Enjoy the caps


‘Killing Eve’s’ Jodie Comer on her bewitching killer Villanelle — and Bruce Springsteen

LA TIMES

 

Actress Jodie Comer, who plays the sociopathic assassin trying to hunt down British intelligence agent Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) in the BBC America drama “Killing Eve.” (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)

 

Most internet searches are pretty forgettable. But for Jodie Comer, tapping her manicured fingers across her phone screen on a recent day, the results for this one needed to be shared.

“I mean, come on,” she says, holding out the phone to reveal a collection of photos of a shirtless Bruce Springsteen on the beach.

It’s the sort of sly bait maneuver that, were this a scene playing out in “Killing Eve,” would end in the death of the credulous victim distracted by the American icon at the hands of the ruthless assassin that Comer wickedly plays.

Comer’s performance as Villanelle in the BBC America series is hard to shake — her lethal smile alone can be a source of obsession. But in person Comer is chatty and friendly, a world away from the brutal and enigmatic Villanelle.

The 26-year-old English actress likes to talk about her ultimate fast food mashup while in Los Angeles (an In-N-Out burger and fries from McDonald’s) and her enduring admiration for The Boss. She’ll tell you that “If I Should Fall Behind,” “Red Headed Woman” and “Secret Garden” are her favorite Springsteen songs and the back story to the beach photos discovery that originated at a house party.

“I woke up the next day with a hangover and I went onto Google,” she begins. “Do you ever do that when you’ve been on a night out? Like, go to your phone and are like, oh my God, what was I searching last night? Or you go on your Spotify and you’re like, OK, the Okie Cokie came out last night? Don’t remember that one.”

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On ‘Killing Eve,’ Jodie Comer’s Villain Is Delightfully Dangerous. Here’s Why.

The New York Times

 

Jodie Comer stars in “Killing Eve” as the gleeful assassin Villanelle, who has become one of the most memorable characters on TV.

Jodie Comer stars in “Killing Eve” as the gleeful assassin Villanelle, who has become one of the most memorable characters on TV.

 

There hasn’t been another character on TV quite like Villanelle.

As played by Jodie Comer on the mesmerizing British thriller “Killing Eve,” Villanelle (real name: Oksana Astankova) is a psychopath with a gleeful passion for murder. She’s resourceful even in the most dire of circumstances (escaping a Moscow prison, for one), enviably stylish and often quite amusing — in a sick, off-kilter sort of way.

Season 2 of “Killing Eve” starts Sunday on BBC America and picks up where the first season left off, immediately following the weird, violent confrontation in which Villanelle has been stabbed by her frenemy, the MI5 officer Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh). “They’re both kind of reeling from what’s happened in the apartment,” Comer said.

“I think we see a completely different side to Villanelle,” she added. “She’s just extremely vulnerable in a way we haven’t seen her before — especially physically — and I think that really scares her.”

During a recent phone interview, Comer looked back on a few defining moments from Season 1 for her character, whom she described as “delightful, dangerous” and “delicious.” These are edited excerpts from what she said.

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Jodie visits Build Series New York

Jodie appeared on Build Series New York for Killing Eve promotion. I’ve added images of her attending the event, enjoy!


Killing Eve FYC Event

Jodie attended the Killing Eve FYC Event, I’ve added images of them both at the event, enjoy!


Killing Eve Season 2 Red Carpet Event

Tonight Jodie attended the Red Carpet Event for the new season of Killing Eve, I’ve added images to our gallery enjoy!


Lady Killer As TV’s most captivating assassin on Killing Eve, Jodie Comer hides nothing.

Loewe dress, similar styles at loewe.com. Photo: Olivia Bee

THE CUT-

A strange man sitting at the table next to — and apparently within smelling range — of Jodie Comer has just leaned a little farther in, his sense of smell activated by an odor wafting his way. “Excuse me,” he murmurs into her ear, unsure if he should. “What perfume are you wearing? Is it … it smells so familiar.”

Comer is delighted. “Oh, it’s a bit strong, innit? It’s Santal 33! I doused myself in it when I got ready,” she exclaims in a dense Liverpudlian accent. As they exchange some niceties about sandalwood and cedar and Le Labo, a feeling hovers just outside of my rational thought. Villanelle, the assassin Comer plays on Killing Eve, once used perfume as a fatal nerve agent. Watching this scene now unfold in real life, it’s not that I think, Will she assassinate him? But there is something about the exchange that feels lifted directly from the show’s script.

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The Royal Television Society Programme Awards

I’ve added photos of Jodie attending the  The Royal Television Society Programme Awards March 19, Enjoy!


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