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15. Bree Turner and Silas Weir Mitchell figured out they had chemistry pretty quickly
We asked Silas Weir Mitchell about when he realized he had onscreen chemistry with costar Bree Turner, who plays his Fuchsbau wife Rosalee and he has this to say: “I think it was probably for me when we did the episode where she got scratched, it was a porcupine episode, and she attacked me in the spice shop and knocked me against a thing, and she was really getting into it. It was our first day and we did a picnic thing and it’s hard for actors to figure that shit out. “Do you work the way I work?” You’re being forced in this very unnatural way to break normal human boundaries. And we both handled it very well. She was unafraid and I was very cool with what she was doing and she was cool with what I was doing and that’s when you’re like “All right, this person is cool and we can work together.” And that’s all you can really ask for. No one’s throwing a hissy fit, no one’s getting super self-conscious, everyone’s cool and acting super normal.”
Whereas Bree felt it happened immediately: “I auditioned in LA, I was booked on tape, and I never met Silas, and day one was the fucking craziest professional experience of my life. I auditioned, and was on a plane within thirty six hours, there was a huge storm, it was January up here, and I landed and I went straight to costumes and then straight to set and then met Silas for the first time, morphed for the first time, discovered my brother’s dead body, and then was chased by Skalengecks… I couldn’t believe it was my first day, I thought it would be a walk through a scene kind of day, and it was most of the heaviest parts of the episode. It was also great because if I couldn’t handle that, there was no way I could handle the show because we are full throttle here. We basically shoot a feature film in eight days, we deal with extreme weather conditions and massive amounts of pages each day, so you got to be in it. So meeting Silas, I had not seen his work before, but he’s just so talented, such a presence, and we had a similar outlook on the work and that was apparent from the first moment, so I was like “okay I think this is going to work.””
More photos up in the Bree Turner Source Gallery from last night’s Entertainment Weekly Comic-Con Celebration.
Bree Turner Source Gallery > Events > 2015 > 07-11: Entertainment Weekly Comic-Con Celebration
Bree Turner teased that skeletons from Rosalee’s past will cause “major problems” for her and Monroe: “Rosalee came onto the scene very guarded, dealing with a past of addictions, and that’s been shelved for good reason. … I think her addictions [are about to] come back into the story.
In the wake of Monroe and Rosalee’s wedding, things have never been more chaotic. Nick, having lost his Grimm abilities, must dig deep and decide what type of person he wants to be. With Captain Renard in critical condition after being gravely injured and Juliette trying to come to grips with Nick’s recent betrayal, the world of Grimm is spiraling out of control more than ever.
As even more dangerous Wesen are making their way to the great northwest, it’s going to take all of Team Grimm’s strength and energy to keep Portland from bursting open at the seams. Watch all 22 spine-chilling episodes back-to-back and uninterrupted in Grimm: Season Four.
Universal Studios Home Entertainment has today announced Grimm – Season 4 on DVD ($59.98 SRP) and high-def Blu-ray Disc ($69.98 SRP). Both of these 5-disc sets will be in stores on September 29th, and the Blu-ray version will include UltraViolet digital copies of the episodes. In addition, you’ll get this bonus material:
A Morphed Reality: Behind the Scenes of Grimm
Set Tour with Jacqueline Toboni
Grimm Guide (Blu-ray Disc exclusive)
Taken from: http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Grimm-Season-4/21282#ixzz3fHYTkJEr
— Natalie Abrams (@NatalieAbrams) February 5, 2015
Monroe and Rosalee (Silas Weir Mitchell, Bree Turner)
Where were we? The Blutbad and his lovely Fuchsbau tied the knot… only to have their wedding interrupted by the grim tidings (ha!) of Nick losing his powers and Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni) scaring their Wesen wedding guests by revealing that she’s a Grimm.
What’s next? “The honeymoon is ruined, but their friends feel very guilty about that,” Greenwalt says. “They’re going to try to make that up to them in some way, shape or form. Also, a terrible, terrible threat is going to come to them because they’re married to each other. A kind of a KKK story. There are they in Wesen land that don’t like mixed marriages and will maybe go to any lengths to punish them that crosses that line. It’s going to be really dangerous and really frightening.” Also expect to see the couple try to figure out a spell to reinstate Nick’s powers.