LEFEVRE HAS END IN SIGHT
EXPECT the bodies to pile up in Under The Dome, as the final two episodes of season two play out.
At a recent Comic Con event, show-runner Neal Baer said the body count had been kept low early in series two, so they could “rev it up” towards the end.
But as nothing is what it seems under the dome, being dead might not mean you disappear from the show.
“When you’re dead, you’re dead, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be an avatar at some point and come back,” Baer said.
Meanwhile, Rachelle Lefevre (below) says she’s OK with it if her character Julia is to be in the firing line – as long as she goes out with a bang.
“I don’t want (Julia) to die … but I’m so ready to be a martyr for the show. I just want it to be really unconventional and weird,” she told a British website. “If it’s my turn, I would like to go in some spectacularly sci-fi fashion, like … giving birth to a flock of Monarch butterflies.”
Despite ordinary ratings in Australia and a slowdown in the US, producers are keen for three to five series.
“We have a lot of stories left to tell and we can tell them in cool ways,” Baer said. UNDER THE DOME TUESDAY, 9.30PM, TEN