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Submitted by alycakes 726d ago | interview

Jessica De Gouw on Bringing DC Comics' The Huntress to TV

IGN:
This Wednesday's episode of Arrow, "Muse of Fire," features the debut of Australian actress Jessica De Gouw as Helena Bertinelli - aka DC Comics' The Huntress! I had a chance to visit the set of Arrow and talk to De Gouw outside the awesome Vancouver lakeside estate being used for the Bertinelli Family Mansion and get the scoop on her character.

De Gouw, who was dressed as Helena, daughter of crime lord Frank Bertinelli, realized that her whole color scheme, even when she wasn’t in costume as The Huntress, hinted at her alter ego. “There are hints of purple in most things,” she said. “Just a little dab here and there. Just to suggest the right things. But it’s definitely part of the costumes.” (Arrow, Jessica De Gouw, TV)

alycakes  +   726d ago
Can't wait to see this....it's getting better with every episode and the more character they introduce.
calis  +   725d ago
Definitely getting better and better. Feels like it goes too fast at times (at this rate he'll be through the list in less than a season).

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