Jennifer Holland explains the evolution of her character in Peacemaker

Actress Jennifer Holland played Emilia Harcourt in The Suicide Squad (2021) and now repeats in the series Peacemaker.

Some of the minor characters the suicide squad What Emilia Harcourt (Jennifer Holland) or John Economists (Steve Agee) now have a prominent role in the series pacemaker. This is because they betrayed amanda waller (Viola Davis) and now they have been given the mission to end the “butterflies” in the series peacemaker.

In a recent interview, Jennifer Holland talked about many interesting topics such as her beginnings as an actress and the evolution of her character from DC Comics.

“I don’t even really know what drew me to being an actress. I think it probably happened over the course of a lot of things in my life. I think, number one, that I couldn’t wait to get out of the life that I was in and I think it was the furthest thing from anything that anyone in my life has ever done or my family has ever done or anything like that. So I think I was drawn to something that would push me away to a certain extent. And on top of that, I was a gymnast. I grew up being a competitive gymnast and I think there is something about that that made me love performance. And I got a lot of the kind of artistic creativity, the feeling of instant gratification from performing, so I think gymnastics probably lit the fire for me to want to be an artist to some degree.”

The actress revealed how it feels to work with director James Gunn:

Jennifer Holland described the director’s job like this James Gunn: “I think I found his appeal as a director when I got to see him work. Before working with him, I’d sit on the set of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 or whatever, and just watch the way he works, the way he tries different things, or gets someone to do something over and over. Maybe because he’s really looking for something specific, or because he wants to strip you down to the point where you’re just raw, and you’re more real, and all the things that I think he does for people. And he has such a specific idea of ​​what he wants that it’s very easy to put yourself in his hands, so to speak, and trust him. And he is just funny! He’s a fun guy to work with. He gets cranky and is very, very particular about the things he likes, but deep down, he has a good time on set. And so it creates a really cool atmosphere that feels like a safe place to try new things.”

This is how his character evolves from The Suicide Squad to Peacemaker:

Jennifer Holland said: “I had a bit of a challenge trying to meld who Harcourt was in The Suicide Squad with who she was on the show because she’s a very different person than she was in the movie, I think because James wrote the character as Comms Tech 2, or something. how that. She was just a comm center tech who became a bigger character while writing the movie script and at some point she said, I’m going to give it a name from the comics so that when the fans see the credits roll, oh my gosh, that was Emilia Harcourt! And they have something to get excited about, and it’s a bit like an Easter egg. Basically, that’s why he gave me the name Emilia Harcourt. So my character, when I was being written into the movie, didn’t really have much to do with Emilia Harcourt from the comics or whatever she was going to be in the series, so it’s a little bit different in the movie in the sense that he’s not as strong a person as he is on the show.”

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