Nashville Finale Screencaps
I added screencaps from last night’s wonderful episode of Nashville. You can see them here.
Moon is High Lyrics from Nashville Finale
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Article – Clare interviewed about Nashville Finale..
As Scarlett O’Connor on Nashville, Clare Bowen portrays the quintessential country crooner with a heart of gold, but the reality of the actress and singer’s life may surprise you. The Australian native (yes, that’s right) has come to be known for her character’s folksy duets with costar Sam Palladio (who plays Gunnar Scott) like “When the Right One Comes Along.” Leading in to Wednesday’s finale, Bowen, 24, talks to PEOPLE about her accent, moving to the States, and what’s next for the just-signed Scarlett.
I have a friend who says “When the Right One Comes Along” is going to be her wedding song.
Oh my goodness – I’ve heard a few people say that and it is the most flattering thing!
This role seems tailor-made for you, aside for having to change your accent…
It was my favorite accent. I learned it from the films that my dad brought home from Los Angeles when I was a kid. I would watch The Sounds of the South and copy the way they sounded. When I read the script and I saw Callie [Khouri] and T-Bone [Burnett]‘s names on it and that ABC was doing it – it was these three superpowers that have joined forces. I read the character and just asked, “Can I go in for her, please?” To be given Scarlett was the biggest privilege. It is a dream come true.
So you learned from watching movies?
I learn everything by ear. It’s something I’ve been able to do since I was a kid, coincidentally enough. It’s just so much fun. The Southern dialects are so beautiful and musical. They’re like the Irish – they lilt and there’s music right though the dialect. I think it’s inherent to the show. It is very fitting.
Photos/Video: Nashville Photos + Information
What an amazing episode last night’s Nashville was. The entire cast was fabulous and I feel next week’s will be even better. I added screencaps from last night’s episode as well a promo of next week’s episode. I’ve also updated the Nashville Episode Guide. Enjoy!
Clare hits the Studio.
Clare has posted on her Twitter that she was in the studio working on her solo album. How exciting!! I shall share any new news and it comes.
Video/Photos: 2013 Fuse Interview
I added a video and screencaps of Clare being interviewed by Fuse discussing Lennon and Maisy. It’s super cute. Clare joins the interview about 1:45 in.
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Sam Palladio Fan & Chloe Bennet Web
I just wanted to take a moment and post a link to two new fansites that are Nashville related. I recently took over a Sam Palladio (Gunnar) site and have put it online. Also, my good friend Victoria opened a site for Chloe Bennet (Hailey, Gunnar’s old girlfriend and real-life girlfriend of Sam) who will no longer be on Nashville but starring in the new show Agents of the S.H.I.E.L.D.. Be sure to check them out Nashville fans
Happy 24th Birthday Clare!!!
Happy Birthday, Clare!!! May 12th is Clare’s birthday and in honor of her birthday I have completely redesigned the fansite and made the gallery match. Also, in honor of Clare’s birthday I have created a new Icon Archive which houses over 300 icons to start that fans can use for their Tumblr, Facebook, Skype, Twitter, Forums, etc. Make sure you wish Clare a happy birthday on Twitter!
Fans have sent in a lot of lovely messages to the site which I promised I would post and forward on to Clare. Those birthday messages can be found here!
Article: Rotten Tomatoes – Clare Bowen Talks Dead Man’s Burden and Nashville
Australian-born actress/singer Clare Bowen is best known for her sudden rise to stardom as Scarlett O’Connor on television’s Nashville with Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere. Now, in Dead Man’s Burden, Ms. Bowen plays a different sort of young woman: one with a long-range hunting rifle. Bowen’s lead character, Martha Kirkland, is a badass in a smokin’ new western. Rotten Tomatoes got the opportunity to chat with Clare, and we wanted to hear more about Martha (Dead Man’s Burden) and Scarlett (Nashville), and what it’s like to film in the desert. Here’s what Clare had to say:
RT: You’re making quite a name for yourself now, and it’s exciting you have an indie movie coming out, called Dead Man’s Burden. I saw it, and it’s amazing to me how different your role is from one to the other, because in Nashville, it’s such a sweet, sweet role, but in Dead Man’s Burden, you’re a badass. What was it like preparing for that kind of role? How was it different?
Clare Bowen: Nashville’s like the biggest thing I’ve ever done. It’s all about empathy, I think, having empathy for your character and what they’re going through. I don’t know how you’re supposed to understand, when you haven’t lost your entire family, to try and put yourself in the shoes of somebody who has, somebody who’s trying to survive. So I just equate it to a wild creature trying to survive, and everything that she was doing was for survival, whether it was right or wrong or horrible or sweet.
Going out into the desert with everyone, that was really special, because the environment is a kind of character, and so it absolutely is. It’s a beautiful, beautiful place, but it can turn harsh very, very quickly and it can just kill you in an instant. I think that was something that really helped. I don’t really know much about my own process; it just kind of happens. I just go do it. Which probably sounds really unintelligent, but I’m actually a very simple creature. [laughs]
Some people work in a way of writing everything down and I do that a lot now, you know, working through a really set method that somebody else has created, but I think I’ve taken lines from a lot of places. It appears to be… it’s just the way I work, and I’ve tried different stuff for a long time. But for me, it’s just whatever comes out of me.
RT: Yeah, a lot of the greats say things like, “I don’t know. I go on set and I say the lines,” and it comes out amazing.
CB: It’s just about listening to the other person, which means talking to them, communicating. If you don’t have anybody there, be with yourself and be with that character and try to own it. How would you feel if everybody around you was dying? You need to try and get there, and different people have different ways of doing it.