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Veronique • January 19th, 2022 •

Batwoman is serving up a double dose of iconic villainy.

Wednesday’s midseason premiere brought the drama with several big twists, including Marquis learning the Bat Team’s true identities before being put down by the same serum that kept Pam Isley desiccated for a decade.

Ryan originally intended to inject Mary with the serum but changed her mind at the last second amid Marquis’ dangerous threats and increasing instability. Mary took that as another example of her friends underestimating her and, in a conversation with Alice, resolved to show her former cohorts why that was a mistake.

Meanwhile, Sophie realized that Renee has been lying about the Joker buzzer — she had it all along — and was using them to find the love of her life, Pam Isley. Still feeling guilty for helping Batman lock her away in the Batcave, Renee awaked her long-lost girlfriend with a kiss. The episode ended with both lovers fleeing and the Bat Team staring down a new threat.

With two iterations of Poison Ivy set to wreak havoc on Gotham, TVLine hit up Nicole Kang and Bridget Regan for intel on what to expect in the coming episodes, which you can check out in the interviews below.

Regan on Pam Isley’s romance with Renee: “I think all of Pam’s feelings are extreme. She deeply loves Renee, and Renee is her wildcard. Renee is her Achilles heel — her weak spot. She’s the voice of reason, and while Pam tries to stay focused on her mission, Renee continues to bring up these very valid points to Pam, and it creates this real conflict within Pam and within their relationship.”

Regan on Pam’s mission to save the environment: “She is the original eco terrorist, and she’s gonna move forward with violence in the name of conservation. She’s not going to stop moving forward to bring justice and protect the Earth. Caroline and all the writers tied in some really great themes and plotlines to the show that parallel what’s going on with our planet right now and what we need to do. I want to see Pam shut down pipelines, stop offshore drilling and stop the exploitation of the Earth’s natural resources. This is what I want to see. And Pam is, I think, the hero we need right now.”

Kang on Mary feeling underestimated when Ryan injects Marquis with the Poison Ivy serum: “That’s the nail in the coffin. That is further proof that everything she has felt, everything that’s been said, everything that she’d been upset about is solidified in that one moment, because it’s a coin flip, and she makes the wrong choice. From Batwoman’s point of view, that’s not what happened at all. But from Mary’s point of view, that’s their last moment as a friend, and it’s a really big reason why she does what she does.”

Kang on Alice’s influence over Mary’s supervillain story: “Alice knows what to say to Mary. She spent all this time with her. She knows [her] sister, and she’s been through it before — this villain coming-of-age story. Alice has done it before, and she knows how lonely it feels. Mary looks to her for a solution… [In] the coming episodes, even Alice is like, ‘Are you sure? She transforms from student to leader in that Alice-Mary dynamic.”

Kang and Regan on Mary and Pam teaming up: “The team-up is epic… The more interesting journey that takes a long time is their relationship to each other, and that really maternal exploration of Mother Nature herself — that mother-daughter relationship that’s really cool. It’s really awesome that we explore what it would be like to have two different Poison Ivys.”

Regan on why Pam takes Mary under her wing: “Mary has this pure heart. She’s also an incredibly brilliant and capable doctor. She’s a true hero, and I believe that Pam deliberately chose her, and their relationship becomes this push-pull. If you thought one Poison Ivy was bad for Gotham, wait till there’s two.”

Kang on the evolution of Mary’s Poison Ivy costume: “As [Mary] meets [Pam Isley], she definitely transforms… They become twisted in this fever dream. They’re drunk off of the sun. It really happens so quickly that Mary is under her spell. Pam needs Mary to regain strength because she has none, so I think it’s really interesting. I feel like Mary’s kind of inspired by Alice. There’s a jacket, especially, that I remember trying on, and it was so gorgeous. And I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, she’s totally inspired by Alice, too.’ Two women that were her ‘How to Become a Villain’ handbook. Mary draws inspiration from them, for sure.”

Regan on Poison Ivy’s big fight scenes in Episode 10 (airing Jan. 26): “It was massive… There were days when I walked on to set, and I was like, ‘This looks like a movie.’ I also got to do some fighting, which I haven’t done in a while. They created some really cool choreography and creative use of Pam’s powers and what she’s capable of. I’m really eager to see how it all comes together.”

Source: tvline.com

Veronique • May 29th, 2020 •

Bridget was interviewed by Variety and The Bare Magazine earlier this month. Check out both articles/interviews below.

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Bridget Regan, Actress, “Paradise Lost”

Early this year my husband and two kids and I were flying home to Los Angeles after visiting our family in New Zealand. The long story short: vomiting baby, off-loaded, airport hotel, try again, tarmac four hours, canceled flight, vomiting daughter, airport hotel, vomiting adults, five days later we made it across the Pacific.

After getting back to our home in LA I joked to my friends, “I’m never leaving my house again.”

The irony!

Yes, it’s been challenging to say the least. Homeschooling a child in French (no parle French) is at the top of the list. What’s kept my head screwed on is knowing nothing I’m going through compares to what so many others have endured especially all the beloved healthcare workers and the kind of conditions they are facing daily. Hearing first hand from my friend who is an ER doctor getting screamed at by patients for not having tests and then herself not being able to test herself before returning home to her family. Hearing from another friend who is a charge nurse of supplies being stolen. I know we’re at our worst when we’re scared and vulnerable, but we have to do better.

One of my closest friends told me she tested positive for COVID in early April. She is young, healthy and has no previous health conditions. Very thankfully, she has fully recovered. She said the virus hung on for days and days. The worst night she felt she couldn’t take a deep breath and she was scared to fall asleep. Her grandmother’s Oximeter assured her she was getting enough oxygen and she avoided going to the hospital. She was advised to manage her symptoms at home if still possible.

This is all very scary. Taking it one day at a time, giving back when I can and focusing on the good in the world has helped. Some silver linings: I’ve gotten to know my neighbors (6 ft apart) in our cul de sac as all of our children bike around in circles, I’ve learned to make pizza dough and sushi rice, my husband and I haven’t filed for divorce and my baby doesn’t seem to notice we never leave our house. Most importantly, I have mountains more gratitude for everything and everyone.

Thank you healthcare workers.

The Bare Magazine

Quarantine Diary – Bridget Regan

Bridget Regan has graced the screen starring in many genres of film work with her versatile, shining talent. Her latest role is not to be missed playing Frances Forsythe in the Southern Gothic mystery, “Paradise Lost”. One of Spectrum TV Originals newest hits. She catches us up on her quarantine activities from Cali, thoughts and her new found great appreciation for sending her kids to school – and wine makers!

The Bare Magazine: What 3 or more things do you miss the most?

Bridget Regan: I miss acting. There’s no doubt I’m working more intensely than ever, looking after these kids of mine and am forced to be creative with coming up with new things to keep them busy. I miss the rush of action and cut. I also miss variety and surprises! I’m feeling very Bill Murray “Groundhog Day” over here. And let’s be real – I miss sending my kids to their school.

Bare: What have you discovered a new appreciation for?

BR: Teachers! Healthcare workers! The list goes on and on; food in my fridge, health of my family, wine makers, great recipe books, FaceTime and positivity.

Bare: Have you been listening, reading or watching anything on repeat? Any self-care routines or products that have been of comfort?

BR: Because a big majority of my day is spent cooking and then cleaning the mess I’ve made in the kitchen I’ve started listening to podcasts (Dead Eyes, Heavyweight, What’s the Tee) while I work. Also, here’s a hot tip: putting on old Oprah Winfrey Shows on the in background is yesteryear comforting.

Bare: Are there any new hobbies or projects you’ve been getting into? New discoveries or adventures?

BR: I’ve recently asked my nine year old daughter to teach me to play the guitar. So far I’ve got my scales down. Asking your kid to teach you something is a thoroughly refreshing experience. I highly recommend it. I’ve also been filing all spare moments with projects around the house; painting, spring cleaning, organizing…or just vegetating on the couch re-watching “The Sopranos”.

Bare: What top 4 things do you hope we can learn from this challenging time?

BR: Believe in science! Elect competent leaders! And those two again.

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