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The 100's Lindsey Morgan & Bob Morley Show Off Soccer Skills In Children's Hospital Charity Soccer Match

The 100's Lindsey Morgan & Bob Morley Show Off Soccer Skills In Children's Hospital Charity Soccer Match

Lindsey Morgan and Tasya Teles head to the center pitch for the BC Children’s Hospital Benefit Soccer Match on Saturday (September 16) in Vancouver, Canada.

The two 100 stars joined co-stars Bob Morley, Richard Harmon, and Henry Ian Cusick for the benefit match, which they played against Riverdale stars KJ Apa and Charles Melton.

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“Nobody told me we had training!!! God knows I need it! I’ll he there, come along and support!” Bob joked on Twitter before the game.

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'The 100' Casts William Miller As Villain For Upcoming Season 5

'The 100' Casts William Miller As Villain For Upcoming Season 5

After the long holiday weekend, The 100 has brought us some pretty exciting news — the new big bad for season 5!

TVLine reports that Spanish actor William Miller has joined the show as the villain for the upcoming season which premeires in 2018.

William will play Robert McCreary, “a mysterious prisoner aboard the long-distance mining mission sent from our time. A former enforcer from a powerful crime syndicate, his ruthless, violent methods make him a formidable antagonist to our heroes.”


He also starred in EP Jason Rothenberg‘s pilot Searchers, which wasn’t picked up.

“[We] fell in love with William [on Searchers] and are thrilled to be working with him again on The 100,” Jason shared.

We can’t wait for the show to return!

Eliza Taylor Opens Up About a Brand New Life for Clarke on 'The 100' Season 5

Eliza Taylor Opens Up About a Brand New Life for Clarke on 'The 100' Season 5

When The 100 returns for its’ 5th season next year, it will be quite a different show.

For one, everyone isn’t together and it’s been six years since the season four finale, and Clarke, played by Eliza Taylor, is coming back with a new purpose.

“I think what we’re gonna see is the evolution of her really turning into this maternal, kickass ‘mummy’ type, which is exciting,” Eliza shared in an interview with Hidden Remote.

On top of being a surrogate mom to Madi, Eliza says her Clarke’s life has become simplified.

“[Clarke’s goals have basically become] find food, look after child, stay alive,” she says. “It’s not like, this is going on and this is going on. It’s much more wholesome and little, and I’m really excited about that.”

The 100 season 5 will return next year on The CW.

'The 100' Casts 'Shadowhunters' Young Seelie Queen as the New Madi

'The 100' Casts 'Shadowhunters' Young Seelie Queen as the New Madi

There’s been a little casting shakeup for The 100 for the upcoming fifth season.

Madi, Clarke’s “daughter”, will now be played by Lola Flanery, who you know as the younger Seelie Queen on Shadowhunters.

Madi was originally played by Imogen Tear in the season 4 finale, which found Clarke living with Madi on Earth’s surface after the radiation came.

“This relationship is hugely important for Clarke,” executive producer Jason Rothenberg tells TVLine. “She’s been with her for five years. They are, for all intents and purposes, bonded the way a mother and daughter would be.”

He adds, “So Clarke loves her, and her decision-making process has changed, just as it does for anyone who has a child…we’ll tell the story of how they came together in Season 5, and how they’ve been surviving as the only two people on the planet.”

The 100's Marie Avgeropoulos Spills on What's Next for Octavia in Season 5

The 100's Marie Avgeropoulos Spills on What's Next for Octavia in Season 5

Marie Avgeropoulos‘s The 100 character Octavia overcame tons of challenges in season four.

Following the mysterious finale, the actress is now giving fans a sneak peek of what’s to come in season five.

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“In the bunker with this mix bagged of clans, they aren’t letting go of old animosities, unfortunately,” she told Emertainment Monthly at Comic-Con. “[Octavia] has to come up with a way for them to deal with their consequences, while living in this small space. … You can’t float people in a bunker! So, you’ll see what her bright idea is to keep people in line.”

“There’s definitely a conversation that needs to be had between [Clarke and Octavia] because now they’re both in a leadership position,” Marie continued, referencing her co-star Eliza Taylor. “Maybe Clarke will finally give Octavia the respect she deserves. Octavia is a doer, not a sayer. If people don’t believe in her, she’ll show you exactly why she deserves this place in the world and for people to listen and to own up to her decisions.”

“[Octavia] can relate to Clarke because Clarke has always been the one to make the hard decisions and now the roles are sort of reversed,” Marie added. “Now Octavia is the leader and Clarke is the grounder. So, it’s interesting how those parallels are now flipped.”

Season five of The 100 premieres in 2018 on The CW!

For more from Marie, visit EmertainmentMonthly.com.

Lindsey Morgan, Eliza Taylor & 'The 100' Cast Dish on Just Who Was In That Ship

Lindsey Morgan, Eliza Taylor & 'The 100' Cast Dish on Just Who Was In That Ship

The ladies of The 100 are sizzling hot during their panel at 2017 Comic Con on Friday (July 21) in San Diego, Calif.

Eliza Taylor, Marie Avgeropoulos and Lindsey Morgan joined co-stars Christopher Larkin, Bob Morley, Richard Harmon, and showrunner Jason Rothenberg for the press panel, dishing about what’s ahead in season five.

The biggest question? Who was in that ship?!

“I can say that they are from Earth,” Jason shared. “They are from our time, so before the first apocalypse,”

So, what does that mean?

“[It] means they probably were in cryo-sleep because they’re not a bunch of 100-year-old men and women. There’s a couple new characters that we’ll meet that will be prominent like the leader of that group on the ship.”

He added, “They’ve come back to this planet that they don’t recognize. All that’s left is this Garden of Eden that Clarke’s been living in with her daughter [Madi].”

FYI: Lindsey wore a David Koma dress.

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Eliza Taylor & Bob Morley Dish On How Clarke & Bellamy Have Grown For Season 5

Eliza Taylor & Bob Morley Dish On How Clarke & Bellamy Have Grown For Season 5

The cast of The 100 gathers together for a group shot during their signing at 2017 Comic-Con on Friday (July 21) in San Diego, Calif.

Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropoulos, Lindsey Morgan, Christopher Larkin, Richard Harmon and showrunner Jason Rothenberg met with their fans before going off to interviews.

During one, Eliza and Bob both predicted how their characters have grown up since the season 4 finale, where we saw them separated and six years in the future.

“It’s much more wholesome and little, and I’m really excited about that,” Eliza says of Clarke’s new role, which isn’t a leader.

She adds, “I mean, obviously she’s gone through so much loss, so there would still be that feeling inside her but yeah, over those six years there would have been a lot of time to make peace an be less hurt by everything that’s happened.”

Bob adds about how Bellamy would’ve taken over that leader role that Clarke left behind.

“I think the whole group up there work well as a team. And the challenge is figuring out what’s going on on the ground.”

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The 100's Lindsey Morgan Wants Raven to Interact With the Grounders More (Exclusive)

The 100's Lindsey Morgan Wants Raven to Interact With the Grounders More (Exclusive)

Lindsey Morgan has high hopes for the upcoming season of The 100.

We recently caught up with the 27-year-old actress and asked her what she wants to see for Raven.

“Raven really hasn’t interacted with the Grounders really,” Lindsey told us. “So I would love to see that. You know, Raven’s so science-based and technology-based, so it would be cool to see that. I don’t know how, but something like that.”

As for advice she’d give Raven?

“Breathe. And don’t stress. You don’t have time to stress,” Lindsey said.

In case you missed it, see what Lindsey told us about Devon Bostick‘s exit from the show.

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