I’ve been making some new icons of Anna at the SCREAM Awards (more to come!):
If you use/snag any of these icons, please make sure to give us/the creator credit, thanks.
WOW! Anna looks amazingly stunning in this blue dress and the hair braid!
More photos will be added as soon as they become available. EDIT: Lots of more photos in MQ/HQ have been uploaded! Anna and Fringe did unfortunately not win an “SCREAM” award :/…
Appearances > 2011 > SCREAM Awards 2011 – October 15
Thanks to Olivia for the heads up!
EW.COM: Fringe star Anna Torv was largely coy when talking about Peter’s return to the show after having turned the Fringe-verse upside down by being absent for most the season so far. (Save small appearances in shiny surfaces.) But she had much more to say when talking about Lincoln Lee’s addition to the team and his budding friendship (and possibly more!) with Olivia.
“The Olivia we meet and know has known about Fringe Division and had all this time to get used to it and work out that this is her life,” she says. This is a far cry from when Olivia met Peter following the death of her fiance, John. As a result, says Torv, “when Lincoln comes in, she’s a little more open to him [than she was with Peter] and working with someone again.”
But will this ease lead to something more — as some fans have speculated? “I don’t know if that’s going to end up being romantic or not at the moment,” she says.
For more on EW’s chat with Torv, watch the video below!
New photos of Anna on set of Fringe with co-star Seth Gabel yesterday (October 14). EDIT: Replaced them in HQ!
Fringe > Season 4 > On the Set > On the Set of Fringe, Vancouver – October 14
I think yesterday’s Fringe episode was awesome! Walter and Olivia were totally adorable. Captures have been added:
Fringe > Season 4 > Screencaptures > 4.04 – Subject 9
For someone who doesn’t exist, Peter Bishop sure is getting a lot of attention.
“Fringe,” the breathtaking Fox series currently in its fourth year on television, is well known for taking bizarre risks and asking viewers to come along for the ride… but erasing one of the show’s most important characters — Joshua Jackson’s skeptic young genius Peter Bishop — completely from existence? That’s a gigantic gamble, even for this show.
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When Anna Torv, who stars in the series as brilliant FBI agent Olivia Dunham, stopped by MTV News this week to talk about the current season of “Fringe,” we asked her the most important question of all: what is life like in a world without Peter Bishop?
“Well, the Olivia that I play doesn’t know what life was like with him, so I’m normal,” she said, speaking to the fact that the show currently exists in a world where both the Peter from our universe and the one from the other side died in their childhood — in other words, he never lived long enough to meet Olivia and join up with Fringe Division.
Of course, Peter did exist — our heroes just don’t know that right now. And it won’t be long before he comes roaring back to life, Torv teased, and when he does, things are going to get… well, interesting, to put it lightly.
“I don’t think I’m giving anything away when I say that the event of this season is Peter Bishop,” she said. “We’re going to see a lot more of him and how he unravels these characters.”
Going into this latest season, Torv said that she was completely unaware of the “Fringe” writers’ plans for how to deal with Olivia, her fellow cast members and the mythology they’ve already spent years establishing in light of Peter’s departure.
“They go to their writers camp and pretty close to filming, they come back, and it’s like, ‘Okay, can we talk now?'” she laughed. “I guess there’s just sort of so much that there wasn’t the time to sit down and work out which cases didn’t get solved and which ones did [in the new, Peter-less ‘Fringe’ timeline].”
Without that kind of concrete information, then, Torv focused on what she believed would be the changed dynamics between Olivia and other members of the Fringe team, namely Peter’s father Walter, the ingenious but damaged scientist played to perfection by John Noble.
“When Peter was there, he was very much the nurturer [to Walter], he was very much the companion, but without him, the biggest difference we see is in Walter, who didn’t have Peter to bring him out and help him get better,” she said. “But what I was excited about is there’s a little bit more warmth, a closeness between Walter and Olivia.”
It’s not just Olivia and Walter’s relationship that’s changed because of Peter’s removal from existence, either.
“There are a couple of episodes coming up where we reintroduce a couple of characters and you’ll go, ‘Oh, that’s a different relationship to the one we’re used to,'” she teased. “But I’m not going to say any more about that!”
Anna looked stunning in the red dress! UPDATE: Though it’s not the best quality I added now captures of it to the gallery, but I’m going to replace them when a better clip gets available.
Captures > Talk Shows > Live with Regis and Kelly – October 11th, 2011
I uploaded to the gallery new episode stills from “Fringe” episode “4.05 – Novation“. As earlier mentioned Anna was also at LIVE! with Regis & Kelly this morning – I hope to get as soon as possible photos and clips of her attendance.
Fringe > Season 4 > Episode Stills > 4.05 – Novation
Caps of yesterday’s “Fringe” episode “4.03 – Alone in the World” have been added:
Fringe > Season 4 > Screencaptures > 4.03 – Alone in the World
SPOILER ALERT! – www.tvguide.com: Peter is coming back — and sooner than we thought!
Poor Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson). He seemingly disappeared into thin air after serving his purpose and uniting the two universes in the Season 3 finale of Fringe. Now, once he does return, no one will remember who he is, and will actually think he’s as crazy as Walter. (The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, eh?)
“You see a man come back to a life and people that he knew, but they don’t know him,” Anna Torv says of Peter’s return. “He’s a stranger to everyone, except he knows a lot of stuff.”
Though the Fringe Division doesn’t remember who Peter Bishop is, he still retains his memories of them. “It really is as though he never existed,” Lance Reddick says. “So when he shows up claiming all these things and knowing all these things, it’s really freaky. Broyles’ attitude is that it’s possible what he’s saying is true, but the last place I’m going to go is to believe him… at least at first.”
Reddick was coy to say whether that means they’ll lock Peter up for his crazy theories, but Peter will eventually earn their trust. “It has to reach a point where there’s so much validity to the information that he has and the way that he helps, that over time, he’s given more and more trust and more and more freedom to operate, work and help.”
Gaining the trust of Olivia, who has never put much faith in anyone, will be a different beast altogether, prolonging — what we believe to be — an eventual reconciliation between the pair. “In this timeline, Olivia doesn’t know who he is, and in Peter’s timeline, it took them a long time to get together, so…” Torv says with a laugh, understanding fans’ frustrations.
Even when Peter returns, he may have some competition in this universe’s Lincoln (Seth Gabel), who’s universal counterpart had feelings for Bolivia. “It seems to be happening again,” Gabel says. “Initially, when Lincoln met Olivia in our universe, obviously the conditions were very intense in that his partner was just killed, but they immediately had a very good connection and became partners pretty quickly and found that they really saw eye-to-eye. As we go along, we’ll see that relationship open up a little more.”
“Those feelings seem to cross universes,” Gabel continues, noting that Alt-Lincoln’s feelings for Bolivia are also still intact despite a major change in the timeline. “Obviously the timeline is a bit different now and she didn’t end up having a baby, so they didn’t have that moment when he said ‘I love you,’ but that love, I believe, is still there,” he says. “Alt-Lincoln definitely still has feelings for her, which she bounces off as, ‘Oh yeah, you’re a great kid.’ That definitely continues.”
Speaking of the baby, it’s not likely that Henry will return to the series unless the timeline reverts back. “It’s not possible if they’ve never met,” Torv says of Peter and Bolivia’s baby. “Unless we end up going back to the other timeline, which may happen.”
Despite Lincoln’s growing presence, Gabel insists that his character is not there to replace Peter. “It’s been a big thing for me to have Lincoln never be a factor that is threatening to replace Peter,” he says. “Obviously, with the lack of Peter, that concept is threatening to the audience and the world of Fringe. Peter’s a voice the show needs and certainly can’t be replaced, that’s there to be above it all, and at the same time, very much in it, and ultimately, the hero that will save it, as he did last season. In terms of Lincoln and Peter coming back, I think there’s definitely room for both of them.”
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