15 February 2017   by

Hello Riverdale fans! I’ve added to the gallery high quality screencaptures of Camila as Veronica Lodge. an episode with lots of girl power, and one thing we learnt about Veronica? She’s not one to mess with!

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9 February 2017   by

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DA MAN — Does the name Archie Comics ring any bells for you? Well, you might have at least watched “The Archie Show” cartoons (and got its ridiculously catchy theme song stuck in your head) as a kid, or maybe you’ve laughed at a frame from the comics posted on Facebook or shared on Instagram. This year, however, marks the comic’s TV debut (for the 2010s, that is) with “Riverdale.” And playing as the sharp, witty and sophisticated Veronica Lodge is the lovely Camila Mendes in her acting debut.

A graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Mendes went through a long, arduous and nerve-wracking selection process before finally being cast as the famously silver-tongued brunette. Speaking of which, she has quite a tale to tell.

DA MAN: Hi, Camila. Awesome to have you with us. So, the first episodes of “Riverdale” have just started airing. How excited are you?
Camila Mendes:
It’s so surreal. I started auditioning for this role in November of 2015. We’ve been working on this project for so long, living in our own little “Riverdale” bubble, and here we are in 2017, about to burst that bubble and share all that hard work with the world. This is a very exciting time.

DA MAN: Can you give us a short explanation of what “Riverdale” is all about? Especially for our readers who might not be familiar with Archie Comics.
Camila Mendes: So, “Riverdale” is a dark and moody drama based on the characters of Archie Comics. It’s about the people that live in this fictional, small town called Riverdale and how they discover unexpected truths that lie underneath its seemingly wholesome surface. In season one, there’s a murder mystery in which everybody in the town somehow plays a part.

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3 February 2017   by

A brand new episode of Riverdale aired last night, where Veronica and Betty’s friendship was put in jeopardy (considering last episode’s events) and we found out a little more about Jason’s death. High definition screencaptures from the episode have been added to our gallery, as you can check out bellow!

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3 February 2017   by

THE GIRL WHO CRIED SHOTGUN — After new information surrounding Jason’s death comes to light, Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) finds herself under a cloud of suspicion and forced to come clean about the last time she saw her brother. Meanwhile, Archie (KJ Apa) makes a tough decision that puts a major strain on his relationship with Miss Grundy (guest star Sarah Habel). Elsewhere, Betty (Lili Reinhart) decides to revive the school newspaper and asks for Jughead’s (Cole Sprouse) help in investigating Jason’s death, while Veronica (Camila Mendes) and Ethel (guest star Shannon Purser) work on exposing some of Riverdale High’s football players after rumors of a “shame book” begin to circulate. Finally, after getting grounded by his dad Fred (Luke Perry), Archie must figure out a way to make it to the Taste of Riverdale event where Josie (Ashleigh Murray) and the Pussycats will be performing a song he helped write.