posted by • May 18th, 2015 • (0) Comments

I have added screen caps for the last 2 episodes of The Returned and you can check them out by clicking on the respective thumbnails below. No word yet if there will be a season 2, but I will keep you all updated on that news. For now, enjoy the final caps from season 1.

1×09 screencaps: Helen–

1×10 caps– “Peter”

posted by • May 12th, 2015 • Comments Off on Alex of Venice Screen Caps

I have added close to a thousand screen caps of Mary in her latest film, Alex of Venice. Head to the gallery to view the whole set of photos and if you haven’t done so yet, be sure to rent/buy the film over on iTunes. Mary is simply amazing in the flick!

posted by • May 7th, 2015 • Comments Off on The Returned Season Finale Teaser and Stills

I have added new stills of Mary in next week’s episode of A&E’s The Returned. Monday’s episode will also be the season 1 finale so be sure to tune in! Also, be sure to check out the preview for the ep below and check out the pics in the gallery.

posted by • May 6th, 2015 • Comments Off on New Bullet Magazine Outtakes

Thanks to Paige, I’ve uploaded two new outtakes of Mary’s Bullett Magazine session from the summer of 2012. Head to the gallery to check them out!

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posted by • May 6th, 2015 • Comments Off on New Mercy Street Photo

PBS released a new photo today of Mary and actress Hannah James in the upcoming civil war drama, Mercy Street. You can head to the gallery to check out the full-sized pic.

In the new PBS drama MERCY STREET, Hannah James plays Emma Green and Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays Mary Phinney, two volunteer nurses on opposing sides of the Civil War. Mercy Street debuts in January 2016.

posted by • April 29th, 2015 • Comments Off on Mary Moves to ‘Mercy Street': Synopsis and First Look Revealed

Mary has been a bit quieter than usual on social media lately, and its because she’s been busy another new series, this time for PBS. According to The Wrap,“How I Met Your Mother” alum Josh Radnor and “The Returned’s” Mary Elizabeth Winstead will star in PBS’s civil war drama “Mercy Street” from exec producers Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, David Zabel and Lisa Q. Wolfinger, the network announced Wednesday.

Directors Roxann Dawson and Jeremy Webb have also been added to the six-part series, which marks the first American drama to air on PBS in over a decade.

“Mercy Street” follows the lives of two volunteer nurses on opposing sides of the Civil War — New England abolitionist Mary Phinney (Winstead) and Confederate supporter Emma Green (played by newcomer Hannah James) — when the Green family’s luxury hotel in Alexandria, Virginia, has been transformed into Mansion House, a Union Army hospital tending to those wounded by the war. The series is inspired by memoirs and letters from real doctors and nurse volunteers at Mansion House Hospital.

Mary’s character is described as a feisty New Englander and widow who is a newcomer at Mansion House Hospital.

Filmed on location in Virginia, “Mercy Street” will be the first American drama to air on PBS in more than a decade. The series will join the final season of “Downton Abbey” in winter 2016 on “Masterpiece.”

Congrats, Mary!!

And be sure to head to the gallery to check out the full-sized first look photo!

posted by • April 28th, 2015 • Comments Off on The Returned Screencaps and Upcoming Preview

Thanks to Paige, I have added screencaps of Mary’s scenes in episodes 7 and 8 of The Returned which are now up in the gallery. Below, you can also find a preview for next week’s episode which I’ve also capped. Also, come back later for a BIG announcement! :)

‘Rowan’ screencaps

‘Claire’ screencaps

1×09 teaser– ‘Helen’

posted by • April 27th, 2015 • Comments Off on Mary Gives Us All the ‘Details’ In Latest Interview

Mary recently did an interview with about her role in Alex of Venice and The Returned among other things. Click the link to read the full interview. Below are some highlights:

DETAILS: You’re currently on A&E’s resurrection drama The Returned. Do you believe in life after death?
Mary Elizabeth Winstead: I’m not sure if I believe in it. I certainly hope that something like that could be true. But I also wouldn’t quite call myself a believer. I’d say I am open—I’m open to possibilities.

DETAILS: You’re a renowned “scream queen” because of all the horror movies on your resume. What scares you in real life?
Mary Elizabeth Winstead: I’m scared of complacency in my career. I have a real fear of getting too comfortable and not reaching my full potential in life because of that.

DETAILS: What else would people be surprised to know about you?

Mary Elizabeth Winstead: When it comes to people in the industry, I tend to be quite different in terms the goals that I have. I just want to do good work and work with other talented people. I kind of shy away from the sort of eagerness and neediness that is seen a lot around here: People who are desperate for fame. And I’m actually surprised by people who are surprised by the fact that there would be somebody in the entertainment industry who wouldn’t be attracted to those things. I mean, it takes so much work to put yourself out there like that. If your goal is to be famous, it really is a full-time job. You’ve go to sell yourself and make yourself a brand and do all this stuff. But I’ve never been interested in that side of things.

Mary also did an interview with The Mary Sue where she talked more in depth about Alex of Venice, returning to studio films and working with her husband on Faults. Click the link above to read it in full!

posted by • April 16th, 2015 • Comments Off on Latest Alex of Venice Clip

With Alex of Venice being released on iTunes, the latest (and probably final) clip of Mary in the film has been posted online. You can watch it below and I will screen cap it some time tomorrow. For now, enjoy it and be sure to rent it ASAP!

posted by • April 16th, 2015 • Comments Off on New Interviews and Reviews for Alex of Venice

With Alex of Venice hitting select theaters tomorrow and also being released on VOD, more new interviews and reviews about the film have been released. First up, Mary did a short interview with Too Fab. Below are highlights:

toofab: You’re on an indie roll right now, what draws you to these kinds of films?

Mary: Its just the bigger films tend to be male driven. It’s kind of hard to find like an interesting complex female role in those worlds. Not to say they aren’t great movies, but from time to time I kind of get rolled in to play the girlfriend if it’s exciting enough. A lot of times, they end up being the thing I don’t want to continue to do. My goal in a perfect world would be this movie to be a wide release.

toofab: What was it about this latest project that you loved?

Mary: I was kind of no brainer when I read it. It feels like a movie that I could’ve seen from the ‘70s or early ‘80s, back when these films were blockbusters, when stories about women trying to figure out their lives out was a really big deal. Those are the kinds of films I love and I was really excited to get to do something like that.

Twitch Film also did a lengthy interview with her. Read the full interview by clicking on the provided link:

You’ve played some broken characters dealing with real issues people face every day, Alex in ALEX OF VENICE is a perfect example of one of these characters. Why are these roles important for you to play and why do you think stories like ALEX OF VENICE are important to cinema?

Man. In terms of the roles that I’m drawn to, I demand a certain complexity. Just for myself, I feel like the older I get and the further down my career I get, I just want to have roles that are exciting to me and challenging to me. I want there to be a level of complexity that, um, makes me a better actor at the end of the day. I don’t want to be bored by the characters that I play. Those are all really important things for me, in finding a role. 

I think, in terms of why a film like this is needed, it’s really rare to get to see this full life represented, particularly for a female and particularly for my age-range and things like that. We get to see her as a mother and a wife and a sister and a daughter and a lawyer. We get to see how she behaves in all of these relationship and how she can be, sort of, different people within this one person. 

Aisle Seat also praises Mary’s performance in the film by writing: The actress, who’s appeared in everything from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World to Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter to Smashed, once again displays incredible range. She gives a very interior performance, allowing us to see not only what Alex is showing to those around her, but also what she’s feeling and keeping to herself. Because she is so good, we follow Alex with great empathy, hoping that she’s able to sort out her personal dilemmas. It also establishes beyond a doubt that Mary Elizabeth Winstead is one of the most important young actresses on the screen today.
You can read another review from here and from the NY Times.

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