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A sparkling idea from any point of view….
Milan, around 1915. This was the most popular drink in the Bar Camparino, opened by Davide Campari himself. It had a revolutionary pumping system that sent a recent invention right up to the counter: soda water.
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Penny Dreadful is ramping up the horror in Season 2.
Showtime’s gothic drama returns on Sunday, April 26 at 10/9c with more monsters and even creepier imagery than before, like this blood bath that new villain Evelyn Poole (Helen McCror) is soaking in.
And although Vanessa (Eva Green) and Ethan (Josh Hartnett) have fought off a number of creatures both alive and undead on Penny Dreadful, can they survive a car accident? Well, make that a carriage accident, since this is Victorian times after all. Want to know more of what’s coming in Season 2? Check out the exclusive sneak peek for a behind-the-scenes production blog detailing new sets, stunts, storyboards and more.
Penny Dreadful returns on Sunday, April 26 at 10/9c on Showtime.
Penny Dreadful Season 2 will premiere on Showtime on May 3, 2015, Sunday at 10PM ET/PT.
By Laura Prudom
The first season of Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful” explored some of horror fiction’s most famous figures, spinning a provocative yarn that weaved vampires, werewolves and demons into the more recognizable stories of Dorian Gray and Victor Frankenstein for a gripping and gruesome monster mash-up. While viewers may have been lured by the chance to see such iconic characters inhabiting the same screen, they stayed for the powerhouse performances from the likes of Eva Green (who played Vanessa Ives, a character original to the series) and the lavish production values, which faithfully recreated the claustrophobic streets of Victorian London and staged some impressive set pieces, from grand theater productions to an elaborate fight scene between our heroes and a vampiric horde.
When dealing with battles between supernatural creatures, viewers have high expectations, so creator John Logan turned to stunt coordinator Pete Miles, whom he had worked with on “Skyfall.”
“You want an action sequence to have its own DNA and feel to it,” Logan explains in Variety‘s exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the stunt work on the series. “We wanted the ‘Penny Dreadful’ action sequences to be appropriate to the piece, so our fights are barroom brawls; they’re really ugly and violent — it has the feeling of savagery.”
In the video above, Miles and the producers explain what went into creating some of the most challenging action scenes of the first season, which had star Josh Hartnett channeling his inner cowboy and Timothy Dalton sustaining a minor flesh wound in the heat of battle.
“Penny Dreadful” returns to Showtime in 2015.
DISCLAIMER: This video was modified due to sensitive scenes.