Now I’m trying to sell the producers on a blue wig. Here’s what happened: Juliette was completely out of control in her Hexenbiest mode and Hadrian’s Wall got wind of her incredible power. In one of the upcoming episodes, Eve says to Nick, “ is my reason to live.” Until the end of Season 4, Juliette had this need to fight her inner demon and go back to the way she was.  I’d flail my head so much that we always had to reshoot the scene because my hair would get caught up in my lip gloss. And she’s still Juliette, in her flesh and blood and DNA.In next week’s episode, you’ll get to see Eve’s room and all her various getups. So Eve has free will to make her own decisions and do her own thing? They’re thinking, “If we could break her and train her, she’d be a massive asset for us! Now, as Eve, she wants nothing to do with her former life. But as much as Eve has been broken into submission, Hadrian’s Wall is well aware that she is the most powerful thing in their arsenal, more powerful than any piece of technology they have.She’d be thinking, “That should be ] He’ s old news!What’s funny is that I’m seeing on social media that the audience is increasingly OK with Nick and Adalind being together, but I think the baby has a lot to do with it.It’s very much a mental training, and it’s pretty scary. It seems by the way it’s written that even Hadrian’s Wall is going, “Yikes!
Are you saying Eve won’t give a damn about their blossoming romance once she gets wind of it? She doesn’t want to think about Nick in a romantic way.
To her, Juliette is like another person altogether. But Juliette would be absolutely livid about Adalind and the baby.
At one point all of Hadrian’s Wall is off on a mission and the only one who is actually getting stuff done is Eve. I keep remembering that Juliette almost wanted to die in last season’s finale.
When Nick was choking her, she was like, “Just All this is happening just as Nick and Adalind [Claire Coffee] are growing closer.
got a wickedly wonderful shock last month when Juliette Silverton—the supposedly dead heroine-turned-Hexenbiest played by Bitsie Tulloch—suddenly showed up in Portland looking very much alive. 29, we find out that Juliette is now known as Eve and is operating as a hyper-powered war machine for Hadrian’s Wall, the government agency that’s battling the Wesen terrorist group known as Black Claw.
Tulloch gave us the juicy lowdown on her new alter ego and how her real-life romance with co-star David Giuntoli (Nick) helped her keep Eve a secret. When she’s outside of her underground compound where she sleeps and works, she needs to be incognito because she’s still in Portland and knows people there. She’s got a black wig that’s really fun, and a hot pink one. I make sure that when I morph as Eve, it’s very different from Juliette’s morph, which was always so wild and crazy and unruly that I’d get a neck ache whenever I’d do it.