The word “strength” is used in “The Badass Women of the The walking dead“Control panel. For women who play a series of complex female roles in the series, this power is manifested in different ways, but one thing everyone shares is the princess introduced in the flagship series in season 10. The love of the character.
Yvette Nicole Brown hosted a virtual group with women from these three countries The walking dead Universe Current Series: Aria Royal (The Walking Dead: Beyond the World), Angela Kang (The walking dead Host), Karen David (Afraid of walking dead), Paula Lazaro (The walking dead), Alexa Mansur (The walking dead: Beyond the world), Jenna Elfman (Afraid of walking dead), Lauren Cohan (The walking dead), Dennis Hus (The walking dead Producer), Christine Evangelista (Afraid of walking dead), Julia Ormond (The Walking Dead: Beyond the World) With Annette Mahendru (The Walking Dead: Beyond the World).
One thing the whole group can agree on is that they all like the princess very much. This relatively new person started out as a favorite among comic book fans and exceeded expectations.
“I’ll jump here before someone snatches the princess,” Cohan said when Brown asked her what role she wanted to play besides her own. “In this show for so many years, Paula played one of my favorite roles. You think that when you get to this point, you will not have such a smart, optimistic, happy, and fresh person, and she does Very good. She’s so dazzling. She’s so funny. The way you fumble, stumble, fall in love, and say the wrong thing? I can’t imagine anyone else can do this.”
Julia Ormond was amazed. “This is a super brave performance. When you have a character like this, you have a lot of colors. Your costumes are colorful. The characters are colorful.”
A character like a princess can easily stand out in the dark universe The walking dead This can be distracting. But when the princess stands out, you can’t help but fall in love with her. Similarly, according to the theme of the group, it is always nice to see a badass female character, she does not necessarily avoid all femininity, but a more traditional male tough appearance. Although we like to see characters like Maggie and Carol turn into cowboys, The walking dead Don’t pay attention to any expression of femininity-especially now there are two derivative products with more characters.
“I fell in love with her because of how fragile she is,” Lazaro said. The actress pointed out that, like the princess, she ran into trouble when she was young because she spoke her own thoughts without filtering and insisted on what she thought was right. When she was cast, she said that at the end of the panel discussion she sent a message to the writers and asked if the princess could become Puerto Rican like her, instead of being Mexican-American like in the comics. “There is already a Mexican-American character, he is great and super strong-that is Rosita. I want to represent other Hispanics.” The screenwriters agreed. Not only can Lazaro bring more of himself into the role. And she just exists as a Puerto Rican on TV without constantly reminding the audience who she is.
“No one on this planet can play a better role as a princess,” Brown said in a panel discussion later, bringing things back to this role. “The princess is beloved. ”