Behind The Scenes Of NOH8 Shoot

Caity did a photoshoot for NOH8 yesterday. I’ve added to the gallery one behind the scenes picture from the shoot.

   

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Exclusive ‘Arrow’ First Look: The Huntress Takes on Black Canary in “Birds of Prey”

The Huntress vs. Black Canary!

Arrow will feature a geek-tastic showdown between fellow Birds of Prey team members when The Huntress (Jessica de Gouw) returns to town during Wednesday’s episode (8/7c, The CW).

When Helena Bertinelli’s hunt for her father (Jeffrey Nordling) leads her back to Starling, she’ll end up in Sara’s (Caity Lotz) crosshairs after taking Laurel (Katie Cassidy) and others hostage. In the exclusive sneak peek below, the duo battle it out:

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The Birds of Prey Swoop Into ‘Arrow’

As if Arrow wasn’t flying high enough already, the superhero hit is aiming for new heights with this week’s episode, inspired by the popular DC Comics title Birds of Prey (which was also the basis for a short-lived 2002-03 WB series). “It’s beloved,” says executive producer Marc Guggenheim of the comic book, whose menagerie has showcased the Huntress, Black Canary and Barbara Gordon’s tech-savvy Oracle. “We’re excited to be doing our version of it.”

The CW show hasn’t introduced Oracle (yet), so this take has Laurel (Katie Cassidy) stepping in to team up with Black Canary — unaware, of course, that the costumed crime fighter is actually her sister, Sara (Caity Lotz). Together, they’ll battle Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw), who has returned to town as the Huntress to finish off her mobster father (Jeffrey Nordling).

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Caity Lotz: How To Impress Me

Caity Lotz is the kind of Californian girl we all dream of – hypnotic topaz eyes, sea salt ruffled hair and the type of beaming smile that we Brits seem incapable of producing.

After a recurring role on Mad Men, she’s the star of futuristic film The Machine, where she plays a computer programmer working on a fighter robot that can also broker peace negotiations.

We caught up with her to get her thoughts on men, from striking up conversation, the ideal height and metrosexuality.

A lot of good guys now don’t try talking to girls, because they don’t want to look sleazy – but the girls don’t want to hit on the guys, they want to be approached first. So nice guys need to strike up conversations with girls more.

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‘Arrow’ 2.18 Stills

OLIVER’S WORLD STARTS TO CRUMBLE — Slade (Manu Bennett) makes his move against Oliver (Stephen Amell) and the repercussions are enormous. While Oliver scrambles to protect his family, a key player in his team starts to question Oliver’s decisions. Meanwhile, Isabel (guest star Summer Glau) makes her move to take Queen Consolidated away from Oliver.

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Regard Magazine August 2011 Scans

I’ve added to the gallery scans from the 2011 August issue of Regard Magazine.

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‘Arrow’ 2.16 Screencaptures

I’ve added to the gallery high definition screencaptures from this weeks episode of Arrow. Enjoy!

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TV Guide March Scan

Thanks to Lora, i’ve added to the gallery a scan from the March issue of TV Guide, that features Caity and her Arrow’s co-star Jessica De Gow.

   

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‘The Machine’: Director Interview

Caity Lotz is an artificial intelligence in the process of coming alive. There are guns and disasters throughout her turn in new release The Machine, yet she’s optimistic about a future where the robots live among us. “I think artificial intelligence is not just possible, but inevitable. I don’t think there will be robots like my character straight away, but rather humans will slowly start to merge with computers and technology cyborg style,” she says.

The setting for the film is the near future, in a military laboratory staffed by scientists working hard for a better future for wounded soldiers. Amputees and brain injury patients mill about in the background, responding to their new neuroprostheses. “We already see people running marathons with prosthetic limbs, next instead of Lasik we’ll pop in new eyeballs with x-ray vision, print out organs to replace a failing one, have Google and a smart phone installed in our brains,” says Lotz. “We invented cars and planes to break past our physical limitations, so it seems logical we will break past our mental limitations as well.”

The scientists had reached the limit of what they could do with implants and additions so they create The Machine, Lotz’s character, an AI created from a scan of a human brain that I can’t tell you about for fear of dropping spoilers. The conflict between this new intelligence and the military urge to exploit it are what gives the film its tension, but Lotz and Caradog James, director and writer, agree that the real life version of events is likely to be more peaceful.

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The HeyUGuys Interview: Caity Lotz on ‘The Machine’

Writer-director Caradog James’ exploration of a possible future finds the west locked in a Cold War with China, and an arms race to create the most advanced artificial intelligence.

Ahead of the release of the award winning British indie hit, HeyUGuys caught up with Caity Lotz to discuss her two part leading role as both human and machine. Caity took us inside her mind; the destination the future, to discuss The Machine as a tale of good versus evil that asks moral questions of its audience, creating an artificial intelligent and a transition between worlds, before finally surrendering to the audience.

Could you not describe The Machine as a simple tale of good versus evil?
Yeah, but it blurs those lines a little bit. It is definitely a story of good versus evil, but in the film you see that it is not so black and white.

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