It makes sense that the religiosity of the 90s (add that sprinkle of Satanic-panic in there) was some inspiration for parts of the series. (L-R): Tawny Cypress as Taissa, Melanie Lynskey as Shauna, Christina Ricci as Misty and Juliette Lewis as Natalie in YELLOWJACKETS, "Sic Transit Gloria Mundi" Photo credit: Kailey Schwerman/SHOWTIME. Discussions continued about Taissa's epiphany[...]
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Showtime's Yellowjackets brought its A+ game to the season finale so in its honor, let's dive into some theories we have on what's to come.
Plenty of noteworthy moments happened in the finale, so major spoilers will be plentiful…you've been warned, buzz buzz. (L-R): Melanie Lynskey as Shauna, Tawny Cypress as Taissa, Juliette Lewis as Natalie and Christina Ricci as Misty in YELLOWJACKETS, "Sic Transit Gloria Mundi" Photo credit: Kailey Schwerman/SHOWTIME. The chaotic "Doomcoming" ensured a rough morning-after for the group[...]
Showtime's preview for the Yellowjackets season finale aims to make every other high school reunion look pale in comparison.
Showtime's Yellowjackets edges closer to the season finale, bringing audiences a visually trippy "Doomcoming" & plenty of shocking moments.
Prom Night in the woods with a side of ritualistic vibes? Showtime's Yellowjackets E09 preview packs an exciting punch ahead of Sunday night.
Showtime's Yellowjackets dramatically increased the horror, comedy, and jaw-dropping drama elements in this week's eighth episode.
Showtime's Yellowjackets went to a very intense place in this week's episode, offering up themes of mistrust as well as an unexpected death.
Showtime's Yellowjackets brings the intensity with one very powerful scene and plenty of new theories to explore before the next chapter.
First, big props to the actress, Sophie Thatcher, who plays teen Natalie, for her ability to commit to Juliette Lewis' speech patterns and cadence in such an authentic way in her lines Outside of teen Natalie's voice, the interaction between her and Travis out in those woods was fantastic and nicely develops at a good pace[...]
I can't help but swoon over Juliette Lewis as adult Natalie in an awesome Pink Floyd shirt Then immediately, some quick yet important moments flash in the preview, such as adult Shauna in the club, or as her annoying husband says "book club", with Adam Her moments of euphoria, escaping the shit reality of home[...]
I was pleased that we got to learn more about Natalie's (Juliette Lewis) past, her connection with Kevyn (Alex Wyndham), and what happened with her family The mixtape portion, as adult Natalie handed it to Kevyn, broke my heart a bit While her character, like others, can be really self-destructive, I began to feel for[...]
Let us start with the amazing acting from Juliette Lewis and Christina Ricci, especially in some of the toughest scenes to watch (if you know, you know- otherwise, go back and rewatch them again) Misty is quickly proving that growth hasn't happened over the years, while Natalie continues to try and navigate the toxic attraction[...]
Consider this a fair warning as we take a look at the pilot episode to see how well it set up the show's universe. Source: YouTube/ Showtime First of all, the queer panic/joy I felt when seeing Juliette Lewis on screen meditating could have been my highlight, but this pilot was incredible so there's plenty of moments[...]
Three newly greenlit projects have been confirmed: Killing Hollywood: The Cotton Club Murder featuring Juliette Lewis, Christian Slater, and Rainn Wilson; Fishpriest featuring Ethan Hawke; and Moriarty featuring Dominic Monaghan. Premiering first, Killing Hollywood: The Cotton Club Murder will launch exclusively on Audible on May 27, 2021. Image: Audible "We're thrilled to kick off this robust collaboration with Treefort Media, a formidable producer of supremely entertaining audio[...]