Category: Projects

Photos: Missing Film Additions – DVD Extras, Stills, Behind the Scenes, Posters

I’ve added more missing film additions to the gallery. I believe all that there is left to add for Jaimie’s filmography is The Other Side which I have bought and will be adding sometime next week. Working on her photoshoots and magazine scans next so keep checking back!

Photos: Thor, Thor: The Dark World, and Broken Vows

I’ve added a bunch of photos to the gallery of Jaimie from Thor, Thor: The Dark World, Broken Vows. I will add DVD extras from the Thor films soon. Her filmography is nearly complete in our gallery, yay. I will work on her photo sessions and magazine scans once the filmography is as complete as can be and then the gallery will be complete.

Press/Photos: Jaimie Alexander stars in Rag & Bone’s fall 17 campaign

Actress Jaimie Alexander has been tapped as one of the faces of Rag & Bone’s fall 17 campaign.

The Thor star appears in the fashion house’s latest photo project wearing pieces from its upcoming collection, including a white silk vest while her cropped dark hair is slicked back.

Photographed by Glen Luchford, the new set of images, which also feature musician and model Staz Lindes and fashion stars Lottie Moss and Selah Marley, are a follow-up to Rag & Bone’s ‘Portrait Series’ for fall 17, which the brand unveiled during its New York Fashion Week presentation in February (17).

Jaimie and her co-stars were chosen by co-founder, creative director and chief executive officer Marcus Wainwright for their contributions to and influence on the label.

“The project was really a labour of love; celebrating those who inspire us and allowing them to express their individuality through Rag & Bone clothing,” Marcus told WWD. “We didn’t dictate – but instead gave them the power to style themselves, and it was pretty amazing to see how it all came together. This kind of true collaboration is something inherent to the world of Rag & Bone; you never know what the result will be, but when we work with such incredible people, it is generally very rewarding.”

Jaimie and Lottie aren’t the only A-listers to pose for the campaign; The Americans actress Keri Russell also lends her looks to the project, as does Annie Lennox’s daughter Tali and supermodel Amber Valletta, whose photos were unveiled in February.

All those taking part in the campaign are regularly involved with Rag & Bone, with Keri and her partner Matthew Rhys previously wearing custom made pieces by the brand to the 2017 Met Gala. Matthew too was photographed as part of the ‘Portrait Series’ earlier this year.
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Photos: Blindspot Stills & Behind the Scenes (Season 2 & 3)

I’ve added a bunch of missing Blindspot images to the gallery from season 2 and season 3. Check them out below. Enjoy.

Photos: Jaimie on The F Word

I uploaded screencaps to the site yesterday of Jaimie’s small appearance on The F Word, but forgot to actually add them. I’ve added them today. It was a cute segment where she and Gordon compete to make their own versions of a dish chosen by Jaimie. Be sure to watch it on Hulu if you are able to. It’s season 1, episode 5. Enjoy.

Press: Jaimie’s appearance on The F Word to air this Wednesday!

Photos: Blindspot Season 3 On The Set

I’ve added 80 high quality photos of Jaimie on the set of Blindspot season 3 where they are currently filming in Venice. I can’t wait for the third season. Enjoy.

Press: Jaimie to Guest Star on Gordon Ramsay’s New Show, “F” Stands for …

OK, first things first. The “F” in the The F Word with Gordon Ramsay, the new competitive-cooking show debuting on FOX on Wednesday, May 31, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, does not mean what you think.

“‘F’ stands for ‘food,’ ‘fun’ and ‘family,’” says Ramsay, who’s better known for tossing around a different kind of f-word, especially on one of his other popular FOX shows, MasterChef (Season 8 of also premieres on Wednesday).

But Ramsay’s new program, based on his popular British version, promises all three of those things (and likely an occasional bleeped-out f-bomb). Each live, hour-long episode will feature two teams of foodie family and friends duking it out to serve a dining room filled with discerning VIPs, including celebrity guests, from Andy Cohen and Kai Penn to Jaimie Alexander and Miranda Kerr.

The set features a large open kitchen, allowing the diners a front row seat for the drama that’s sure to unfold as the teams navigate the challenges of restaurant service. Sure, competitors are talented home cooks, but Ramsay predicts they’ll quickly discover that a restaurant kitchen is nothing like cooking at home.

Unlike MasterChef, in which contestants are mentored by Ramsay and other judges throughout the competition, these home cooks have just one night to demonstrate their culinary chops. Teams will arrive the day of their competition, learn the menu, prep the ingredients and then cook dishes to order in an hour-long service, just like in a real restaurant.

“For them to be dropped in the middle of a restaurant and go from that domestic platter to a professional plate is going to be the big challenge,” says Ramsay. He predicts consistency and timing will be their biggest hurdles.

“We can’t just serve one table, stop, and high five,” says Ramsay. “It’s 15 tables. As one leaves, as one takes flight on the hot table, the next one is two minutes away. And it becomes systematic like that. If it doesn’t, it’s going to break down.

“If someone throws a spanner in the works, we’re f-cked,” he notes. (There’s that f-bomb.)

Each episode’s winning team will be determined by one question asked of each diner: Would you pay for this meal?

“If the guest is happy to pay for it, the team wins a point,” says Ramsay. By the end of the season, the top two teams will compete for a cash prize in the finale.

“I love the energy of a live kitchen,” says Ramsay of the drama that’s sure to be cooked up. But the show also touches on something else that’s dear to him: family cooking. “We’ve never had a chance to focus on families,” says Ramsay, who scoured the country to find families that love to cook — and eat — together.

Most of all, he hopes The F Word inspires viewers to spend more time in the kitchen with their own families. As Ramsay was building his restaurant and television empire, he reserved weekends for his family and brought his own four children into the kitchen with him. Even if they have no ambition to cook professionally, he says, it’s a life skill everyone needs.

“Cooking together is crucial,” says Ramsay. “The kitchen is a great place to communicate.”
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