Dichen Lachman made her series debut as Roulette in last night’s Season 2, episode 4 of “Supergirl.” While the episode was airing, Lachman took time to answer some fan questions on Twitter, revealing some behind-the-scenes details about her villainous role.
In a tweet, Lachman shared how long it took for the makeup team to make her character’s iconic dragon tattoo. “The tattoos took about 4 hours. It was a bit of a puzzle,” the 34-year-old actress wrote.
When asked “which took longer in hair/MU, the tattoos on #Supergirl or the grounder get-up on #The100,” the Nepali-born actress answered: “#SupergirlCW took longer. But only sometimes because I slept with those transfers.”
A lot of “Supergirl” fans love Lachman’s performance of Roulette, and it’s something that the actress is thankful for. “Hi everyone. Thanks for watching ‘Supergirl’ tonight and for all the amazing tweets,” Lachman said a in video she shared on Instagram.
Lachman also congratulated “Supergirl” writers Paula Yoo and Eric Carrasco for writing an “amazing episode.”
When Lachman’s casting was confirmed last September, a fan tweeted the actress that she would like to see Roulette “alive” at the end of the episode, to which Lachman replied: “That would be nice.”
Fortunately for Roulette fans, that’s actually what happened in last night’s episode, entitled “Survivors.” Although Roulette was arrested for running an underground alien fight club, an order from the higher-ups made the National City Police Department release the villainess from their custody, which means that viewers might have not seen the last of her yet.
Directed by Nick Delgado and starring Drew Van Acker (PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, TOWER PREP, TRAINING DAY) as and Dichen Lachman (DOLLHOUSE, MARVEL’S AGENTS OF SHIELD, THE 100), our story follows James, the last man on Earth, trapped in a Bunker in the ruins of post-apocalyptic London after the end of the world. James’ only companion is his robotic camera drone, WebCam. James has reached the end of his rope, questioning if he has the will to carry on…until WebCam picks up an unexpected transmission from a fellow survivor. One that will change James’ world – forever.
While we have already filmed our short, we are using Kickstarter to raise the money for our post-production funds, which will include special effects, sound design and music. Our Kickstarter page, linked below, has all the details on our project, including more information about our physical effects and WebCam puppet team (whose credits range from Guillermo del Toro’s CRIMSON PEAK to Peter Jackson’s THE HOBBIT to HBO’s GAME OF THRONES), and what perks and rewards we are offering in exchange for donations, including exclusive access to behind-the-scenes photos of our cast and crew from production, miniature and full-sized replicas of our WebCam Robot, props from the film itself and even Skype calls with star Drew Van Acker and invitations to our join us at our premiere screening in Los Angeles upon completion of the film
If you’re interested in checking out the project and/or donating to help finish the film, please check out their Kickstarter page here: http://www.webcam-themovie.com/
Dichen Lachman has confirmed that she will be appearing as DC Comics villain Roulette in Season 2 of “Supergirl.”
In a video clip she shared on Instagram, Lachman thanked her fans for all the excitement surrounding her casting and talked a little bit about her experience in filming the CW series.
“I just want to thank everybody for all the excitement about me appearing on ‘Supergirl’ as Roulette,” the 34-year-old Nepali-born Australian actress said. “The cast and crew are working so hard and there are such incredible people. I’m really excited to be on the show, and I can’t wait for you to see it.”
On Twitter, Lachman revealed why joining the cast of “Supergirl” was pretty surreal for her.
“When I was a little girl in Kathmandu I used to daydream about being Supergirl,” she tweeted. “[It’s] one of the few movies we had on VHS. Watched it many times.”
In a follow-up tweet, Lachman added: “‘Supergirl,’ ‘Superman’ and ‘Police Academy’ were the 3 tapes we had and we watched them over and over again when we had electricity.”
In the comics, Roulette, also known as Veronica Sinclair, is an enemy to the Justice Society. She runs a gambling establishment for supervillains where they can bet on different events like captive superhero death-matches. Rather than getting her own hands dirty, she is more of a calculating business-minded character who manipulates others for profit. Created by Geoff Johns and Rags Morales, Roulette first appeared in 2001’s “JSA Secret Files and Origins” #2.
On CW’s “Supergirl,” on the other hand, Roulette runs an underground alien fight club in National City and is eager to get the Girl of Steel in the ring, Comicbook.com reported.
According to TVLine, Lachman — whose recent TV acting credits include “The Last Ship,” “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. “ and “The 100,” among many others — will appear in “Supergirl” Season 2, Episode 4.
What do you think of Lachman’s casting as Roulette? Share your thought in the comments below!
“Supergirl” Season 2 premieres on Monday, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. on The CW.
“Supergirl” has just added a female villain for Season 2.
YVRShoots spotted “The Last Ship” actress Dichen Lachman on the set of The CW series on Tuesday night, Sept 13. As seen in the photos obtained by the website, the 34-year-old actress was wearing a long red dress with a side split that shows her leg snake tattoo. While it hasn’t been officially confirmed yet, comic book fans are pretty sure that Lachman is playing the DC Comics villain Roulette.
According to YVRShoots, the sequence filmed that night involved Science Police detective Maggie Sawyer (Floriana Lima) escorting Lachman’s character and meeting up with Kara’s (Melissa Benoist) adoptive sister Alex (Chyler Leigh). The context of the scene is unclear, but it seems that Maggie is turning over Roulette to the D.E.O. (Department of Extra-Terrestrial Operations), where Alex works.
In the comics, Roulette, also known as Veronica Sinclair, is an enemy to the Justice Society. She runs a gambling establishment for super-villains where they can bet on different events like captive superhero death-matches. Rather than getting her own hands dirty, she is more of a calculating business-minded character who manipulates others for profit. Created by Geoff Johns and Rags Morales, Roulette first appeared in 2001’s “JSA Secret Files and Origins” #2.
Lachman has yet to confirm her “Supergirl” casting, but a week ago, she took to Instagram to share that she’s back in Vancouver.
“4:30am pick up. Back in #vancouver can’t say for what yet,” Lachman wrote on the social networking site, alongside a mirror selfie.
Too Late (2016)
In this “absurdly entertaining” thriller (New York Times), Academy Award® Nominee John Hawkes “gives the performance of his career” (Ain’t It Cool News) as Private Investigator Mel Sampson. When tasked with tracking down a woman from his own past, Sampson finds himself navigating the dark corners of Southern California and the menagerie of eccentric personalities and lost souls who inhabit it. Filmed in a series of stunning unbroken takes and featuring a gut-wrenching, tour-de-force by John Hawkes, TOO LATE tells the story of a missing woman, but paints the portrait of a lost man.