In the early seasons of hit drama Lostmain character Kate Austen was the essence of a strong female lead; capable, compelling, autonomous. In a recent interview with the Lost Boys podcast, Evangeline Lilly revealed she had been coerced into removing her clothes for a scene in season three, which aired in I was crying my eyes out and I had to go on do a very formidable, very strong scene thereafter.
You've gotta say this much for Evangeline Lilly: She cleans up good. Lost viewers are used to seeing mud streaked across her lightly freckled features, her tank top torn and fluttering in the island breeze. But today, the year-old actress is dressed for lunch at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills in a form-fitting camisole, brown tailored pants, and giant hoop earrings, her trademark waves blown out sleek.
Lilly portrayed the character of Kate Austen on the mysterious TV series - a fugitive who, like the rest of the survivors of Oceanichad her backstory and motivations revealed through numerous flashbacks. While Kate was one of the major characters of the show, several of her storylines were not that well-received by fans, with a significant slump in the story being a love triangle between Kate, Jack Matthew Foxand Sawyer Josh Holloway in season 3. While Lost made Lilly a star, it's not something she always looks fondly back on.
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By David Robb. It involved rolling off a thick tree branch high above the ground and hanging on for dear life, though there was no risk of falling because she was safely harnessed to the branch. Lilly said she asked to have moleskin — a light fabric used to prevent abrasions — wrapped around her forearms, but the coordinator said no.
Having been selected to play fugitive Kate Austen by co-creator JJ Abrams inCanadian-born Lilly struggled to get a work visa to enter the United States in time for the start of shooting. The role was days away from being recast. One such moment arrived three years into her tenure on Lost.
Ant-Man and the Wasp : a milestone in feminism? The Canadian actress has previously brought her steely elegance to two other mega-franchises, playing Kate in Lostfor which she was nominated for a Golden Globe, and Tauriel in the Hobbit films. Not to spray insecticide on the parade, but Ant-Man and the Wasp is more fun than groundbreaking.
The stink she raised has led the show's creator J. Abrams to try to take the sting out of the situation by issuing an apology, reported the Deadline portal. No person should ever feel unsafe at work.
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Afterwards, she said she put her foot down and refused to do another nude scene ever again. No person should ever feel unsafe at work. We know, it's hard to remember life before Netflix and other streaming services. The good news is, it's not too late for some of the most popular shows pre-binge-watching culture.