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  • October 08, 2020  No comments Gallery, Interviews, The Stand

    toofab.com – Katherine McNamara’s character in “The Stand” may be a stark contrast to the strong female heroines her fans are used to her playing, but the actress says the role was “a dream come true.”

    The “Shadowhunters” star, who was promoting her collaboration with Precision 1 lenses for their “See What Happens” campaign, opened up to TooFab about her upcoming role in the highly-anticipated miniseries, in which she stars as sex-crazed teenager Julie Lawry.

    “It was a dream come true. I mean, I’m a huge Stephen King fan. And so getting a chance to not only work with the incredible cast and creatives, but to bring a story to life that is so iconic. It was a blast,” began McNamara, 24, who is best known for her roles as Clary Fray in “Shadowhunters” and Mia Smoak in “Arrow.”

    “I will say having played heroes for years, playing a character like Julie, who is so erratic and who is arguably the worst person you can be in the apocalypse a lot of ways, making character choices that make me, Katherine, feel like a gross human being was very different than playing Clary [Fray] or Mia [Smoak] or anything else,” she said. “It was fun to have pink hair for a few months and run around in sequins and other things and live in Randall Flagg’s world of Vegas.”

    She continued, “That world in particular was very eerie at times, especially in retrospect, given this year, it’s sort of the mob mentality nature that becomes Randall Flagg’s Vegas and sort of choices that people make that are not what you would hope you would be in the apocalypse. It really highlights a lot of the darker side of humanity and what these adverse situations can push people into. I don’t advise people to follow in Julie’s footsteps in any way, shape or form, but she’s a lot of fun to witness as she becomes sort of this erratic Tinkerbell of the apocalypse.”

    Based on Stephen King’s bestselling novel of the same name, “The Stand” centers on a post-apocalyptic world in which a man-made plague has decimated almost the entire world’s population. The survivors who remain split into two groups and establish new social systems: one led by 108-year-old woman named Mother Abigail (Whoopi Goldberg), and another led by Randall Flagg (Alexander Skarsgard), who possesses supernatural abilities. Ultimately, a battle ensues between the two groups, resulting in a war of good versus evil.

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