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You can read a great interview with Britt from Comic Con with KsiteTV here Enjoy.

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THE SECRET CIRCLE SPOILER ALERT: Within the first five minutes of this CW drama’s pilot, a character that is featured prominently in L.J. Smith’s book series gets killed. In other words:

Changes will abound from the world of the written world to the universe of the small screen.

“[The books are] a great place to jump off from,” producer Kevin Williamson said at this weekend’s Comic-Con panel. “It’s a great story. It’s rich in mythology, it’s rich in character, it’s rich in relationships… it’s a wonderful world, which I hope I could add to it, spin it around and let go.”

Another change? Natasha Henstridge’s Dawn Chamberlain is the principal of the school.

It’s “a very wonderful place to keep an eye on everything in the town and with the circle,” said the actress. “I kind of think of her as the Wizard of Oz – sort of the man behind the curtain, except she’s not hiding anything. She’s the one who’s keeping her eye on everything that’s going on and stirring the pot.”

Britt Robertson, meanwhile, takes on the central role of Cassie Blake, who relocates to Washington after a horrific incident. Once there, she’ll realize her role in a coven of witches and struggle with what to do. Will she embrace the supernatural or run from it?

“Going further, you’ll find that her dad and her past have a more evil side,” Robertson teased. “So there’s that pull inside of her and she’s not sure where to go with it.”

Yes, novel fans, Black John, will play a role in the program. But producer Andrew Miller compares the character to Klaus on The Vampire Diaries. We might not see him for awhile:

“His presence will be felt in the show, specifically by Cassie, who is linked to him whether she wants to admit it or not. Having lost her mother, there’s going to be a part of her that needs to explore that side of her that comes from her dad. In that exploration, we’re going to learn much more about this guy and be very afraid.”


07/26/2011  •  Posted By Becca  •  2 Comments

This fall, The CW will expand it supernatural-themed lineup with the new show, The Secret Circle. The series features Britt Robertson (formerly of Life Unexpected) as a teenage girl who moves to a new town and finds out that she is a witch. While the series will not premiere until September, fans attending the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con got an advance look at the pilot.

Here are five things you should know about The Secret Circle:

1. Pretty much everybody’s a witch.

If they speak in the pilot, just assume they’re a witch. That makes it easy.

2. There are six families of witches, all hanging out in one little town.

Each of the families is also very good at procreating at around the same time. Thus, Cassie (Britt Robertson) and her witchy cohort are all more-or-less the same age. Based on appearances, it kind of looks like the parental generation all had similar ages as well. As for the grandparents, only Cassie’s grandmother (played by Ashley Crow of Heroes) seems to be left.

3. Don’t look for vampires, werewolves, zombies, etc.
This is a show about witches. They stick to that concept just fine.

4. The show goes for a natural, positive sort of magic.
The witches in The Secret Circle aren’t particularly evil. Honestly, they’re not particularly anything to start with. The pilot implies (and occasionally states) that the families’ magic can be and has been turned to evil in the past, but that’s definitely not the only use.

Magic tricks seen in the pilot include starting fires, stopping fires, locking things, unlocking things, making it rain and stopping the rain.

5. Never, ever forget that The Secret Circle is a teen-oriented show airing on The CW.
In many cases, the “magic” that occurs in The Secret Circle consists primarily of two or more characters staring soulfully into the eyes of another. Usually, the eyes in question belong to Cassie and sweet, sensitive (and taken) Adam (Thomas Dekker).

The CGI-ed magic often kicks in midway through the emotional staring, but it’s kind of secondary at that point. Fortunately, the show is full of highly appealing characters who make staring anything but a chore.


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