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Grimm fans — at least those holding out hope for Juliette’s revival — were dealt a crushing blow Saturday during the show’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con.
When asked if there’s a chance Nick’s true love can be brought back to life, executive producer David Greenwalt didn’t even hesitate before simply replying: “No.” (For what it’s worth, this answer came after fans were shown footage of Juliette’s funeral from the Season 5 premiere.)
In the wake of Monroe and Rosalee’s wedding, things have never been more chaotic. Nick, having lost his Grimm abilities, must dig deep and decide what type of person he wants to be. With Captain Renard in critical condition after being gravely injured and Juliette trying to come to grips with Nick’s recent betrayal, the world of Grimm is spiraling out of control more than ever.
As even more dangerous Wesen are making their way to the great northwest, it’s going to take all of Team Grimm’s strength and energy to keep Portland from bursting open at the seams. Watch all 22 spine-chilling episodes back-to-back and uninterrupted in Grimm: Season Four.
Universal Studios Home Entertainment has today announced Grimm – Season 4 on DVD ($59.98 SRP) and high-def Blu-ray Disc ($69.98 SRP). Both of these 5-disc sets will be in stores on September 29th, and the Blu-ray version will include UltraViolet digital copies of the episodes. In addition, you’ll get this bonus material:
A Morphed Reality: Behind the Scenes of Grimm
Set Tour with Jacqueline Toboni
Grimm Guide (Blu-ray Disc exclusive)
Taken from: http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Grimm-Season-4/21282#ixzz3fHYTkJEr
The big question coming out of “Grimm’s” Season 4 finale is heavy for a lot of the series’ fans: Is Nick’s longtime love Juliette — played by Bitsie Tulloch — actually dead on the show? Sadly, everyone’s going to need to wait until the series returns in Season 5 to find an answer.
Zap2it went to the source, showrunners David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf, but they aren’t ready to tell viewers. When asked if Tulloch would be returning the show, Kouf responds vaguely, “It’s a good question. The answer is … possibly not.”
The intention is to keep fans guessing through “Grimm’s” Season 5 return in the fall. To the showrunners, they felt like Juliette getting shot and grievously injured — fatally or otherwise — was the “next logical beat” in the story of her becoming a Hexenbiest. “She became such a threat,” Greenwalt says.
The 68th Cannes Film Festival has completed its Official Selection. Headlining the additions are two more Competition titles, taking the number of films in the running for the Palme d’Or up to 19.
The first is Chronic by Mexican director Michel Franco, starring Tim Roth and Bitsie Tulloch (Grimm). The film marks Franco’s English-language debut and centres on a depressed nurse practitioner who assists terminally ill patients and tries to reconnect with the family he abandoned. Wild Bunch handles sales
Franco and Roth decided to work together after meeting at Cannes in 2012, where the film-maker’s previous feature After Lucia won Un Certain Regard and Roth served on the jury.
The Mexican filmmaker was also in the running for Cannes’ Golden Camera in 2009 with his debut feature, Daniel and Ana.
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