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I’ve just updated the gallery with yest more 1080p Blu-Ray screen captures of Eliza as Echo from Dollhouse season one episode “1×07 – Echoes”, enjoy these and more are coming very soon!
– Dollhouse > Season One > Blu-Ray Screen captures 1×07 – Echoes
We’ve just updated the gallery with 1080p Blu-Ray screen captures of Eliza as Echo from Dollhouse season one episodes “1×05 – True Believer” & to me the best episode from season one “1×06 – Man on The Street”, enjoy them!
More new Blu-Ray screen captures from Dollhouse season one have bin added into the gallery, this time from episodes “1×03 – Stage Fright” & “1×04 – Gray”, enjoy them!
Our previous DVD screen captures of Eliza as Echo from episodes “1×01 – Ghost” & “1×02 – The Target” of Dollhouse have been replaced with 1080p Blu-Ray screen captures. At this time we are the only Eliza site with Blu-Ray caps so enjoy thees! And i will try and added more in tomorrow.
With a big thanks to Britney we now have new and never before seen stills of Eliza from Dollhouse Season Two 2×01 – Vows in the gallery, The only bad news is there in Mq but still there great new photos of Eliza and god how much i miss this show.
– Dollhouse > Season Two > Episode Stills > 2×01 – Vows
Eliza Dushku has kicked many, many butts over the years on ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer,’ ‘Angel’ and ‘Dollhouse.’
Now, the actress is ready for a different challenge: making people laugh their butts off.
Dushku called TV Squad to dish about her future plans, which include getting back into comedy (first stop on the laugh tour: ‘The Big Bang Theory’), and which ‘Dancing With the Stars’ celebs are the biggest competition for boyfriend Rick Fox.
Plus, we spoke about her satisfaction with the end of ‘Dollhouse’ (season 2 now on DVD and Blu-ray) and whether she’ll ever work with creator Joss Whedon again.
The end of ‘Dollhouse’ seemd to wrapped things up nicely. Were you satisfied with the second season and how everything turned out?
I was. I mean, we all felt like the second season was a gift. We didn’t think we would go past the first season after our Friday death slot. It was definitely a surprise and a gift, and I felt like we got the chance to give a complete, full circle. By the end of ‘Epitaph Two: Return,’ every character and their story was wrapped up in a really beautiful way. It’s definitely special for us to be able to have closure both for our characters.
Is it difficult to always be on the verge of cancellation?
It can be, but we seized the day every chance that we had. We just took the approach of “game on, let’s give it everything we have” while we have the stage, go even darker and deeper, and really challenge the people that have followed us this far. It was such a deep and dark powerful show to be a part of and we’re really proud of what we did. Regardless of people that didn’t get a chance to catch it while it was on.
We had such amazing response internationally. I’ve been traveling a lot this year doing press and I’ve been in Japan, Australia … Similar to the ‘Buffy’ world, this show transcended Friday nights on Fox and it’s made its mark … The people that were following it really got the chance to be a part of it and come to love these characters. Our DVDs will live on forever and we’re really proud of that.
If by some miracle there had been more seasons, do you know what would’ve happened?
Honestly, if I had even a corner of what’s inside Joss’ brain, I’d be a multimillionaire. [Laughs] He is just so extraordinary and creative and the things that he comes up with — the twists and the turns — he’s so extraordinary. I was a part of the collaboration but … there was Joss and there was the amazing team of writers from the ‘Buffy’ days and Joss’ brother, Jed, and Tim Minear and they all speak a different language and they’re so generous with us as actors. It would’ve been incredible, I can only imagine, but I guess we’ll never know.
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And Eliza has a new movie coming up how great is that.
Flicks and bits posted an interview conducted with Eliza for the DVD and Blu-Ray release of Dollhouse. Here’s a piece of the interview and to read the full interview, just click the link below.
I recently had a bit of a chinwag with the lovely Eliza Dushku for the DVD/Blu-ray release of Dollhouse Season 2, the thrilling finale of the sexy sci-fi drama, Dollhouse. The series reunites Dushku with fellow Buffy alumna Joss Whedon – the man behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly and the upcoming ‘The Avengers‘ movie. Dollhouse Season 2 and the Complete Collection are available to own on Blu-ray & DVD from 11 October 2010 courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Can you tell us about your dress? It is very interesting.
Eliza Dushku: You know, I wanted to get dressed up for the international press! Sort of an appreciation for the other places in the world. For the U.S. press I do T-shirt and jeans. But it is Phillip Lim so I gave a little bit of flavor.
Here are the last lot of goodies from the Season 2 DVD, This time i have done all the Deleted Scenes same there are only four of them, they are from The Left Hand , Meet Jane Doe, A Love Supreme , & Epitaph Two: Return check them out! And Over the coming weeks i will be recapping all of Season One & Two with dvd caps.
– Dollhouse > Season Two > DVD Bonus Features > Deleted Scene – The Left Hand – Echo In Delivery Truck
– Dollhouse > Season Two > DVD Bonus Features > Deleted Scene – Meet Jane Doe – Echo Walks To Srore
– Dollhouse > Season Two > DVD Bonus Features > Deleted Scene – A Love Supreme – Echo & Joel Kiss
– Dollhouse > Season Two > DVD Bonus Features > Deleted Scene – Epitaph Two: Return – Echo & Caroline
Look what came in the post for me today my own copy of Dollhouse season two DVD. I have capped the first of many goodies from the Season 2 DVD, First up Outtakes, Defining Moments and Looking Back check them out! And check back tomorrow for all the Deleted Scenes.
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