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There’s still hope for “The Selection” at the CW!

Posted by Vera in May 17,2012 with 1 Comment

Last week we found out The CW didn’t pick up The Selection for its 2012-2013 season, but Deadline.com reports that the tv series might not be dead after all.

Similarly, the CW is anticipated to take another stab at establishing a Television series based on The Selection series of books by Kiera Cass. The network brass are really keen on possessing a display on the air that is thematically close to the blockbuster Hunger Games film franchise the way the networks hit Vampire Diaries is to Twilight.

More details at HollywoodReporter.com:

CW President Mark Pedowitz announced that the Hunger Games-like drama pilot set in a dystopian future is being redeveloped for a possible midseason or summer 2013 debut.

Whether or not the project would recast remains to be seen. “We want to go back in and get it right, give it the right tone and get it on the air,” Pedowitz said.

I hope they keep Elise as May on the tv series!



Scan: UMM Fall 2011

Posted by Vera in Nov 28,2011 with No Comments

I finally found the scan I was looking for! Elise is featured in the spotlight section of this Fall, Urban Male Magazine. And thanks to Brian Baker we have the scan and article! I love the photoshoot!! ♥ Elise is so pretty. The article is also great because we can get to know Elise a little more.

If you have magazine scans and pictures of Elise, please email me at contact@elise-gatien.com. Full credits will be given!

Who doesn’t want to be a superhero?

Those are the words of brunette siren Elise Gatien who played Mia Dearden on ‘Smallville’.

Though comic-book character Speedy is not the only time she’s flexed her caped-crusader muscles, Gatien admits she’s drawn to the world of spandex and paranormal mystery.

In ‘Tower Prep’ she played CJ Ward, a teen who could read other people while reticent to reveal her secrets.

The flexibility in her seemingly tabula rasa character CJ, is what she loves about being in front of the camera.

Acting is so cool that you get to play all these different characters and try to figure out how you can relate to them,” she said. “It’s kind of cool bringing the human aspects to a superhero.

Though where they shot the show, at the abandoned Riverview Hospital in Coquitlam, British Columbia, raised the hair on her neck.

I would get stomach aches going there before because the place just freaks me right out,” she says. “I can’t even explain to you. You’d be standing there — and we filmed down in the tunnels a lot — and it was terrifying“.

You can’t work at Riverview and not believe in ghosts,” she adds. “It’s just crazy the energy that’s in that place.
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