Adelaide Kane at Power Morphicon 2018!

The Australian actress Adelaide Kane attended yesterday (August 18th) on the Power Morphicon Convention. Power Morphicon is a biennial Power Rangers and tokusatsu-themed convention, which takes place at various convention halls in the state California. This year the event took place at Anaheim, California.

Check down below all the photos of Adelaide at the panel, with fans & photo ops.

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Check out these videos of Adelaide at Power Morphicon as well!

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Adelaide Kane photographed by Natasha Wilson.

It was last month that the Australian actress Adelaide Kane did an amazing photoshoot with the photographer Natasha Wilson. The photoshoot happened in Malibu, California on July 22 and had amazing results.

Photoshoot information:

Products used to create the look (via Andy Calero):

Check out some of the portraits of the photoshoot:

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Reign Season 3 Captures

The first three episodes of the season have been added to our gallery. Enjoy!

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Filmography: Television Projects > Reign (2013) > Season 3 > Screen Captures > 3.01 Three Queens, Two Tigers

Filmography: Television Projects > Reign (2013) > Season 3 > Screen Captures > 3.02 Betrothed

Filmography: Television Projects > Reign (2013) > Season 3 > Screen Captures > 3.03 Extreme Measures

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Reign ‘Shocker’: Francis Dying in Season 3, EP Confirms

Crank up the Beyoncé, Reign fans, because Queen Mary is about to find herself a single lady.

Given the grim prognosis King Francis received at the end of the CW drama’s second season, this probably shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise, but Toby Regbo’s character is going to meet his maker during the upcoming third season, premiering Friday at 8/7c.

“I wanted people to get used to it; there was no way around it in the storytelling,” executive producer Laurie McCarthy tells EW.com about why she’s chosen to reveal Francis’ impending death. “We’ve done shocking deaths and that’s not the tone of this story.”

This news should make Friday’s season premiere — particularly the more tender moments between Mary and Francis — all the more bittersweet.

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Netflix Picks Up UK Rights To ‘Reign’ Season 3

Netflix UK has picked up the exclusive UK broadcast rights to the upcoming third season of The CW’s period drama Reign from international distributor CBS Studios International, TVWise has learned.

The third season of Reign will premiere on Netflix UK on Saturday October 10th, when the first episode will be available to stream, less than 24 hours after its debuts in the United States. New episodes will then continue to be made available every Saturday.

Penned by Stephanie Sengupta and Laurie McCarthy, Reign tells the previously unknown and untold story of Mary Queen of Scots’ rise to power when she arrives in France as a 15-year-old, betrothed to Prince Francis, and with her three best friends as ladies-in-waiting. The drama is produced by CBS Television Studios and stars Adelaide Kane, Anna Popplewell, Toby Regbo, Celina Sinden, Megan Follows, Janessa Grant, Caitlin Stasey, Torrance Coombs and Rossif Sutherland.

The acquisition of the show’s third season comes out of a long-running life-of-series deal that Netflix UK sealed with CBS Studios International last month, which saw the streaming service become Reign‘s exclusive UK broadcaster. Prior to that there had been little interest from UK broadcasters in the show, despite the obvious appeal of the subject matter. The first two seasons of Reign are currently available to stream on Netflix UK.

This is yet another example of Netflix UK riding to the rescue of a hit U.S. show which, for one reason or another, has been overlooked by traditional UK broadcasters. They previously did the same with Breaking Bad, picking it up from season three onwards after it was dropped by FX UK and Channel 5; Once Upon A Time, which was dropped by Channel Five after two seasons; and the ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars, which briefly aired on MTV UK before Netflix took the rights.

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