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Elizabeth gave an interview to Pinkvilla.Com about the sexual harassment in Hollywood and said this about it:

“Nothing about it surprises me. What surprises me is that people care to be honest; maybe that is a dark view, but I think it is an old story for women,” Reaser, 42, told IANS in a recorded response from Los Angeles.

“Women have been dealing with this in every industry since the beginning of time. It is a really challenging and scary thing to speak up. It is such an act of courage.”

“Usually people don’t believe you, or you become a victim again by sharing the story. There is a backlash. There are things that you can’t anticipate… that can go wrong by sharing the story. I really feel grateful to the people who have come forward because it is a heart-breaking and horrific truth of our world and the whole world in general.

“Women are still very vulnerable in show business because being a young or not-so-young woman, who wants to get a job, puts you in a vulnerable position. I think that dynamic is always tricky when a majority of people in power are men,” the actress added.

Reaser feels the outcry over the sexual harassment scandals will “make predators rethink some of their behaviour” and be “less inclined to these acts”.

“It is really up to us going forward on how one makes these decisions. Who do we want to put in power and in the power to tell stories or use the power to tell the stories… Hopefully, we will make everyone more accountable in every department because it is not just actresses (who are getting exploited).

“It is not just film industry. It is every industry around the world. The more we talk about it the more powerful it makes us all.”


The trailer for Easy season 2 has been released and you can watch it here on the site! I am so happy Elizabeth and Michael are playing their previous characters because like I said, I wanted to see what would happen with them next!

Manhunt: The Unabomber is going to be released on Blu-Ray/DVD on December 26th and you can pre-order your copy here!


Thanks to The Hollywood Reporter we know that Elizabeth and Michael Chernus will be back in Easy season 2 on December 1!

Since Easy is a anthology series, I doubt Elizabeth and Michael will be playing their previous characters. I personally hope they do because I wanted to see what was going to happen next with them.


Elizabeth went to the TCA Summer Tour a while ago to promote Manhunt: The Unabomber, and you see pictures in the gallery.


Elizabeth gave an interview to Moviefone about Manhunt: The Unabomber, and you can read some of it here on the site.

What did you see in “Manhunt: Unabomber” that tripped your radar and said, “I think this is a project I want to be a part of?”

Well, the true crime stuff, I confess to being obsessed with! Any of those kinds of shows I get really sort of sucked into, and I thought the writing was really good and illuminated just a lot of stuff that I didn’t know about.

When I was growing up it wasn’t interesting to me, the Unabomber. I was young, so I learned a lot about it, and just how they caught him I thought was really interesting, and they were able to tell that story but also get into the domestic lives of these people, which made the whole thing feel very real and more high stakes in the way that it was at the time.

What was the thing that you learned about Ted Kaczinski that most surprised you? Because this is as high concept of a criminal as there ever was, what was the eyebrow-raiser about him or his story?

I was really fascinated by the brother aspect, with David’s relationship to Ted, and the fact that David -– and his wife actually, the wife of David Kaczynski -– really recognized his way of speaking in the manifesto that was published. She spoke to David Kaczynski and had to convince him, and then he had to convince himself, and take the step to turning his brother in. That was something I didn’t know about.

You really established yourself with some standout roles on television and then you went into one of the biggest movie franchises of all time. And now you’re back here in TV, where TV’s evolved into almost long-form movie-like quality. Tell me a little bit about that experience to be right in the thick of it during this significant evolution of how we watch our entertainment.

I just think we’re so lucky. At least as an actor and as someone who loves to watch, I just think it’s so much better. [Television is] so much better than the majority of movies I think, just from my taste. I know it’s hard to get people to go out and see movies, and I get why.

Are you drawn to darker material? Is that the stuff that you tend to want to be in?

I always was when I was younger, and I definitely am, but I think sometimes it’s just my face! It seems sad or serious or something, because in my real life, I would love to do comedy. I got to do a little bit of comedy on “Easy,” the Netflix thing, and some things here and there, but people just don’t see me, unless they know me, they don’t see me as a funny person.

They see me as someone who can cry and be dramatic, but I’m happy to do it. What more interests me, whether it’s funny or serious is just telling the truth and trying to be as honest as possible, whether that’s comedy or drama, whatever it is, I just want to tell a story that feels real to me. That’s always what’s the most funny, or the most moving or the most interesting to me, the moment-to-moment sort of reality.

What does it mean to you to sort of know that because of your “Twilight” experience, there’s always going to be a certain fanbase that’s going to check out whatever you do? They love you in those movies and they’ll say, “Oh, she’s in this? I’ll watch that.” Is that a cool extra to have as an actor?

It sure is. I’m very grateful to have done “Twilight,” first of all because it was just an incredible experience, and to touch -– touch sounds so weird, but to be able to reach that many people all over the world. I mean, that just doesn’t happen very often.

What was it like for you to step off that ride and look at what was next? Was it an unusual experience?

It was unusual. It was hard. It was hard trying to get jobs after that. I had some long stretches where I didn’t work very much. I was really trying to find my way back into feeling like an actress again, because when you do a big movie like “Twilight” a lot of times you don’t really do much acting. A lot of times you’re just getting your hair and makeup done, and you’re standing in front of a green screen, or you’re running through a forest. It’s all part of your job, and so lucky and grateful to be doing it, but it’s not like going and doing a play at Lincoln Center where you’re really being challenged as an actress.

I bet. What are you looking forward to? After these current projects wrap, what do you think’s next on this horizon?

Well, I don’t know. There’s some things, like, bubbling up, some more very exciting things, but I can’t really talk about it yet, but I just feel lucky. It’s funny because sometimes people don’t realize how truly hard it is to get an acting job, no matter where you’re at in your career, and every time I actually get a job, it feels like a miracle of some sort.


Elizabeth has been a busy girl! Thanks to The Hollywood Reporter we know Elizabeth is reuniting with Henry Thomas in Netflix’s Haunting Hill House!

Ordered straight to series, the 10-episode project is described as a modern reimagining of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel and centers on four people living in an 80-year-old mansion.

Congratulations, Liz!


Have you watched Elizabeth in Manhunt: The Unabomber yet? If not you can watch the first 3 episodes online here!


Today (July 22nd) the site turned 9 years old! I am so happy to have been supporting Elizabeth this long!

Thank you to all of you for visiting the site over the years! ♥


I have added a promotional photo of Elizabeth in Manhunt: The Unabomber.

If any of you find more photos from this shoot please send them to me and I will credit you!