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08/27/2016 Lillie 0 Comment(s) article, gotham

In the second season finale of Fox’s pre-Batman show, Gotham, it was revealed that Hugo Strange (B.D. Wong), the Chief of Psychiatry and director of Arkham Asylum was performing mad scientist experiments on humans at Indian Hill. Apparently Strange even created a bizzarre clone of young Bruce Wayne.

As the “experiments” finally escaped from Indian Hill and into the darkness, some thought they may have heard fan-favorite Jerome’s maniacal laugh. Executive producer Ken Woodruff confirmed to that it was definitely Jerome’s laugh, but that he isn’t making a return, just yet:

“[The laugh] was really to keep [the Joker] alive, to keep Jerome and that threat of the Joker alive. We wanted to make sure fans don’t feel that we’re completely done with [the mythology of the Joker] because we are 100 percent, absolutely not,” he said. “[But,] it’s not going to be something we delve into right way at the top of the season,” Woodruff explained.

While season 3 will delve into more of the Joker’s mythology, it sadly won’t be happening until the end of the season. Gotham is opening its storyline with the Mad Hatter as the main big bad. But don’t worry guys, on a show that is already characterized as “villain-centric” you will still be seeing the rise of The Joker (before he knew he was The Joker) this season.

I mean, let’s be real…you can’t possible have a Batman villain show without some prototype version the Clown Prince of Crime, right?



08/24/2016 Lillie 0 Comment(s) images


Home > Photo Sessiones > 2015 > We The Urban

I have added the We The Urban’s Photoshoot from 2015 to the gallery.


08/21/2016 Lillie 0 Comment(s) article, gotham

When I think of the show Gotham, I would never for a minute say that the best characters are the ‘good’ guys. Maybe it’s because we already know how their storylines are going to pan out. Bruce Wayne is going to become Batman. Jim Gordon will become Commissioner. Those are fact. They’re set in stone and are the unshakeable foundations of Gotham.

However, it doesn’t make for entertaining TV to see just those characters come alive on our screens. Sure it’s great and interesting to see the run up to how they became the men that we know they will be, but at least in my opinion, they aren’t actually the highlight of the show by far.

They may be an integral part, but the ‘good’ guys like Jim Gordon and Bruce Wayne pale in comparison to the criminals of the show. So here are my five stand-out characters of the show so far and who, week by week, I look forwards to (or previously had looked forwards to) watching on my screen.

1. Jerome Valeska

I could have watched a show about Jerome and just Jerome.

Sure, this is coming off the back of me being a huge Shameless fan, so I will completely own up to the fact that Cameron Monaghan is probably at least seventy per cent of the reason I chose to watch Gotham at all. But can anyone deny that he made a phenomenal Joker-Not-Joker?

Whoever has to follow Cameron and pick up the Joker’s laugh, I pity. Because not only did he completely nail that laugh, but he brought in so many little quirks that had you thinking of the previous interpretations of the Joker too. That scene on the television in 2×02 “Knock Knock” when the massacre at the GCPD had me thinking of Heath Ledger’s Joker so much that it was creepy.

Honestly, the only thing that I could have faulted about Cameron’s performance as Jerome was the fact that they killed him off. They could have just done a show about a camera crew following Jerome around on his day to day madness and I would have been happy as a clam.

Jerome well and truly owned every moment of screen time that he was given, from when he was committing murder to just playing chicken with another crazy. Whilst the Penguin you would not want to have as your nemesis, Jerome is just unnerving. Everything about him is so completely unsettling that there is no way in hell – and it would be one of the worst forms of hell – you would want to be trapped in a room with him.

Jerome, to me, is the ultimate stand-out character in Gotham so far, because even dead he has well and truly left his mark on both the city and the show. And that laugh still gives me chills.



08/19/2016 Lillie 0 Comment(s) images, tv shows

Home > Television Projects > Three Rivers (2009) > Promotional Photos > 1×01: Place of Life

I’ve added to the gallery two promotional images of Cameron on the fist episode of ‘Three Rivers‘.


08/14/2016 Lillie 0 Comment(s) article, gotham

Note: The article was written in Spanish so I’ve translated it to English. Sorry if there are mistakes.

In the wide world of superhero comics adaptations to the screen, either series or feature film format, there is a candy that many actores like to taste al least once in their life. And there’s nothing more exciting than playing a charismatic villain, because, let’s face it: it is more fun to play the bad guy than the hero.

One of the most famous comic book supervillains of all time is, without doubt, The Joker. The Clown Prince of Crime, who lacks superpowers and whose main characteristic is the psychopath, is the one who has tormented Batman along its editorial tour. Created by Jerry Robinson, Bill Finger and Bob Kane, had his first appereance in April 1940.

Since then, there are many incarnations on differents adaptations: TV series, animated series, video games, movies, short films and even plays had served to prodigue the Joker figure beyond the role, becoming a key figure in the pantheon of fictional villains of all story.

Several actors have lent their voice for the animated series or videogames, but in the next list there are only seven actors, which have served for the construction of a character with their different nuances and incarnations that made them especial.

Number 5: Cameron Monaghan, Gotham.

Gotham, the original FOX series serves to tell the origins of Comissioner Jim Gordon [Ben McKenzie] and a young heir named Bruce Wayne [David Mazouz] and also it’s a prequel to the trajectory of some most famous villains that corrupt the city.

Cameron Monaghan plays Jerome Valeska, a young Joker that drives crazy the police and was in four episodes for now.



08/11/2016 Lillie 0 Comment(s) article, gotham, news

*Warning: Minor spoilers for Gotham ahead. Read at your own risk.*

Gotham fans wept the day that Cameron Monaghan’s wonderfully psychotic Jerome Valeska was killed. Monaghan’s portrayal of the character — a former Arkham Asylum inmate who’s been teased as a young version of the Joker — received critical acclaim from fans, with many understandably devastated by his death.

However, you can put that sinister smile back on your face because in a new interview with Zap2It, Gotham executive producer John Stephens confirmed that we have not seen the last of Jerome.

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08/09/2016 Lillie 0 Comment(s) article, shameless

If you had told me two years ago that I would one day have an opportunity to visit the set of Showtime’s Shameless I would have called you a liar. But thanks to actor Steve Howey this past July 21st that’s exactly what happened. I’d like to tell you I was able to meet everyone, but I wasn’t and I’m okay with that because I probably would have freaked out if I had.

As it was the cast and crew I did have the opportunity to meet were absolutely lovely and very welcoming. Especially Steve. I know I already said this, but it needs to be said again, “Steve, if you’re reading this, thank you.” From the moment I got there, he made it a point to make sure I was enjoying myself. And I was. Not only did he want me to enjoy my time on the Shameless set any person we came in contact with he made sure to introduce me to them so they knew who I was.

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08/07/2016 Lillie 0 Comment(s) gotham, interview

Star Cameron Monaghan talks with THR about Jerome’s big episode.

A week after Fox’s Gotham raised the stakes by offing police commissioner Sarah Essen, Monday’s “The Last Laugh” went even further in proving that no one is safe when Jerome Valeska (Shameless series regular Cameron Monaghan) — the boy who it seemed was destined to become the Joker — was killed.

In a surprise twist, Theo Galavan (James Frain) went further than anyone expected in pretending to save the day from Valeska at a public event, stabbing the villain in the neck to ensure — for the cameras — that he would never be able to threaten anyone ever again. Even as the final scene of the episode showed Valeska on the slab in the morgue — while, curiously enough, citizens of Gotham start laughing uncontrollably for mysterious reasons — it seemed unreal: Could Jerome really be dead? The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Monaghan to find out.

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08/05/2016 Lillie 0 Comment(s) images

Home > Public Appearances > 2016 > 31/JUL: Teen Choice Awards, California

I’ve added to the gallery three more images of Cameron attending the Teen Choice Awards 2016.
More pictures will be added soon.


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