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15 May 2017

Happy Birthday Russell Hornsby!

The staff at Grimm Fan would like to wish Russell a very happy birthday today!

14 May 2017

Buddymoon – a movie starring David Giuntoli and Claire Coffee

To all of you die-hard Nadalind shippers – David Giuntoli and Claire Coffee are in an independent film together called Buddymoon. You can hopefully relive all the feels with this one!

The hilarious film follows former child actor David (Giuntoli) who goes on his honeymoon with his best friend Flula after his fiancé calls off the wedding. On their journey they meet Polly (Claire Coffee) and well… we will leave the rest for you to find out.

The general vibe and the chemistry between the actors is unreal – you will smile and laugh through the whole film! The two main characters are extremely likable and are definitely the light of this movie.Fun fact: David Guintoli and Flula Borg are actually friends in real life!

It doesn’t matter if you’re male or female – you will enjoy this comedy! Mixed with some pretty important messages about love and friendship, Buddymoon takes you on a wonderful trip through the Oregon woods and offers some breathtaking cinematography. Buddymoon is very simple at its core – something very rare under all of the blockbuster action movies these days.

Watch the movie and let us know what you think!

06 May 2017

See Silas Weir Mitchell on Stage!

Hey guys!

So, for those of you who are in the Portland area, or are able to get there easily, Silas is starring in a production during the rest of the month called Constellations. Check out the short synopsis below:

This spellbinding, romantic journey begins with a simple encounter between a man and a woman. But what happens next defies the boundaries of the world we think we know delving into the infinite possibilities of their relationship and raising questions about the difference between choice and destiny. Imagine: What if everything you’ve ever done exists along with everything you’ve never done?

If interested, visit the site here or call the box office at 503-445-3700 and make sure to use promo code GRIMMFAN to get a discount on tickets!

14 Apr 2017

Happy Birthday Claire Coffee!

The staff at Grimm Fan would like to wish Claire a very happy birthday today!

31 Mar 2017

A “Thank You” from Grimm

Don’t forget to tune in tonight for the series finale!

13 Mar 2017

Claire Coffee Gets Her Hexenbiest on for Final Episodes of Grimm

As the final episodes of NBC’s Grimm air, it’s going to be a bumpy but satisfying ride, said actress Claire Coffee in an exclusive interview with Syfy Wire. Her witch-like Hexenbiest character, Adalind Schade, and the other characters will be “tested” in the most “extreme” ways, she promised.

Coffee (Franklin & Bash, The West Wing) chatted with us about the final episodes, playing evil and the point she thinks she did a bad job as an actress on the show.

As much as you can tell us, what do we have to look forward to with these last few episodes when it comes to Adalind and the show in general?

Claire Coffee: I think it’s a very satisfying conclusion, and things are going to get a whole hell of a lot worse before they get better. When it comes to skull guy and the evil that’s lurking in Portland right now, everyone is going to be tested to their absolute extreme. But the resolve and the conclusion is very satisfying, and Jim [Kouf] and David [Greenwalt] really did right by the show and by all these characters.

Your character has been through such an evolution. For you what has it been like living with Adalind for all these years?

It’s only on reflection that I can have a sense of the scope of the changes that are going on … We knew so little from the writers in advance of what was happening. It really was just taking everything day to day. So in that way I’d be like, “Okay this week I’ve been kept in a dungeon in Vienna. Okay, great!” And then next week, “I’m in the loft.” But it was incredibly enjoyable. Definitely it keeps you on your toes for sure. But to be reinventing a character on the same show for six years is a gift.

You were the first one that Nick saw woge in the pilot, and she tried to kill Nick’s aunt. Adalind was evil for a long time and now she’s not. She lost her Hexenbiest and then she got it back again. She’s in a relationship with Nick and is the mom of two magical kids. What’s it been like to play her as an actress?

For me when I was kind of playing or just going through it, she was initially full Hexenbiest. She really didn’t have any humanity in her. She was trying to do the best job that she could possibly do. She was working for the dark side, so the best job is death and destruction. That’s the best job she would do is killing people. She thought she was doing a great job at that, which she was. I think once she lost that Hexenbiest side and became a human, it was only then that she could start letting in those human emotions and feeling sympathy and empathy and remorse and all of that. So it was really going from a two-dimensional character to playing a three-dimensional character and how that changes everything.

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