Entertainment Weekly- The Academy of Science Fiction,Fantasy&Horror Films announced on Tuesday the nominees for the 2015 Saturn Awards the awards will be presented on June the 25th keep voting for Jenna!
Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series
Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones
Jenna Coleman, Doctor Who
Caroline Dhavernas, Hannibal
Lexa Doig, Continuum
Emily Kinney, The Walking Dead
Melissa McBride, The Walking Dead
Steven Moffat reveals that Clara was written out at the end of Death in Heaven, but the actress changed her mind and decided to stay…
Will she stay or will she go? That was the question that raged around Jenna Coleman last year, as fans and press alike speculated over whether she would leave her role as Clara in Doctor Who. Tabloid rumour originally had her leaving the show in last year’s Christmas special Last Christmas, before eventually flip-flopping to the right answer that she would be staying on for series 9. According to Steven Moffat himself, though, the truth is that Clara was originally going to be written out at the end of series 8 finale Death in Heaven.
“That was her last episode,” he tells Doctor Who Magazine. “And then she asked me if she could be in Christmas? So I said, ‘Okay, I’ll write you out in Christmas.’ She came to the read through and did the ‘write out’ version – and again changed her mind.”
“But the truth is I never wanted her to go. I didn’t really want Death in Heaven to be her last episode. And with Last Christmas, I’d already written the alternative version where she stayed, and I preferred that version. For Christmas Day it’s a bit nicer. Frankly, I didn’t want to lose her. She’s an amazing actress, and she never stops working to make Clara better. I was very happy to go the extra mile to make sure we could keep her.”
Coleman’s decision to stay on for the entirety of series 9 sets to make her the longest serving companion of the modern era. Explaining why she stayed at a post-screening Q&A last year, she said, “I couldn’t walk away with the story being unresolved, there’s so much more to do and I think [Clara and the Doctor] have finally just reached a point where they really understand each other.”
Elsewhere in Doctor Who Magazine’s huge ten-page interview with the showrunner, Moffat reflects in-depth on the triumphs and challenges of series 8, reveals what’s next for the Doctor in series 9 and laments on the toll that fame as TV’s most well-known and discussed writer can take on him.
At the BAFTAs Lancôme’s team created the makeup looks for 150 faces. It was a military makeup operation, involving a LOT of lipstick – to be precise 300 Rouge in Love lipsticks and over 150 combinations of foundation.
One of those faces was Dr Who’s Jenna Coleman who wore a beautiful floral Rochas gown with a triangle cut-out above the waistline. In between chatting about Eddie Redmaye, Jenna told us that she loved how it was comfortable and modern, while stile making a statement.
We caught up with her makeup artist Shehla Shaikh to find out how she created the look using Lancôme products. She told us: ‘We wanted to go for a softly smoky eye that defined but didn’t take away too much from Jenna’s modern, romantic Rochas gown.’ Here are the steps to getting the look…
1. Jenna’s skin was prepped and evened using Teint Idole Ultra 01 and her under-eyes brightened with Teint Miracle Pen 02.
2. A subtle rose coloured blush was applied to the cheekbones( Blush Subtil Rose Sable)
3. To create the perfect, low key smoky eye, Shehla used Hypnose Palette ST7, gradually blending colour along the socket.
4. For added definition she used a smudge of Brown Kohl Pencil along the lash-line before coating the lashes in Grandiose mascara.
5. Lips were kept natural with a modern nude tone created with a base of 211 Lip Pencil followed by 200B Rouge in Love lipstick to give a subtle sheen.
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