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Emily VanCamp Dressed for Revenge in Season 2
Emily VanCamp is in full Revenge mode in this new poster released by ABC featuring her Emily Thorne, forever making moves, with more to come for viewers when the second season arrives in the fall. The poster does vary from the first season key art, which also featured VanCamp dressed for success and atop of the heap, in that this time Thorne has her back to us and the sky has changed from familiar blue to bloody red. Her disposition from her facial expression tells me that the gloves are truly off. The Queen of Thorns is still styling in the Hamptons though.
Fans have to wait until September 30th to find out the exact path Revenge will take in season 2, but we do know some of what’s headed our way on the ABC drama. Mike Kelley, the creator of Revenge, talked about some of what we should expect, which included the introduction of Emily’s mother, portrayed by a familiar face to tv audience for many years, Jennifer Jason Leigh. We also know that we are possibly going to see another facet of Nolan (Gabriel Mann), in the arrival of the too cute package of Dilshad Vadsaria. Emily’s mom isn’t the only new player from her past arriving, as she will also be getting a visit from an Ethan, a mystery man played by Barry Sloane.