While on the Grimm set this past weekend, we had the opportunity and sit with the cast.
A lot of it is too early to talk about, but we did manage to get some very important guests to share their thoughts about Grimm Season 4 Episode 13.
So, in light of tonight's big showdown between the Hexenbiests as Juliette and Adalind prepare to go head to head, we have a preview of what to expect from the biests themselves, as Bitsie Tulloch and Claire Coffee weighed in without giving anything too pertinent away.
So what's doing to go down with the big Hexenbeist fight? Bitsie Tulloch (Juliette) and Claire Coffee (Adalind) weighed in!
Tulloch was in awe of the skill required to make the whole scene come together. She said, "While it's not the craziest fight, it's one of two as far as the choreography," she continued, "There are 11 crazy things happening all over the house and it's just so incredible." She admitted they had to do it big because fans have been begging for it for four seasons.
"Adalind has been messing with Juliette from the very beginning, you know? She put her in a coma, she slept with Nick, she has caused so much chaos in her life. Juliette before has managed to keep it under control but now that she's a Hexenbiest, I think all that is off and it's huge. The only thing I'll say without giving away the outcome is the Hexenbiests that are made, like Juliette, are more powerful than those who are born, like Adalind."
Claire Coffee spoke excitedly, "It's bigger and badder than anything we've done on the show so far and I'm excited to see how it goes!" Is it possible the two ladies might ever see eye to eye in the future as fellow Hexenbiests? "Well, it's possible..."
Hey, in the world of Grimm pretty much anything is possible, right?
Tune in tonight for the big showdown and please note Grimm will returning to the schedule on March 20 at 8/7c so mark your calendars!
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