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Saturday, August 31, 2013

Jaime Murray Talks About Dexter, Her New Film 'Fright Night 2' and More


Former Dexter special guest star Jaime Murray aka Lila West talks Dexter, Defiance, Fright Night 2 and more, for CraveOnline:

I'm sure you get this a lot but obviously, I'm a big fan of yours from "Dexter."
Jaime Murray: Aw, thank you.

You ever get sick of that? Are you just like, "Oh, 'Dexter' again?"
No. It was just such a great show to be on and you know, it was one of my first jobs when I got to America, Los Angeles, and it was a great welcome into the industry here. You know, I became great friends with Michael [C.Hall]. Julie Benz, I was her bridesmaid last year.

No kidding!
She's on "Defiance" with me now, another show we're shooting now so you know, it was a life-changing job in so many ways but also just great TV, too. Read more after the jump.



I feel bad because I haven't seen Fright Night 2, yet. I guess no one really has. Is this a remake of Fright Night 2, or is it going in a different direction from the original Fright Night 2?
Well, did you see the one with Colin Farrell?

I did see the one with Colin Farrell.
They're all part of the same franchise but this is a continuation of the one with Colin, and I reprise the role of Jerry, which was played by Colin and obviously, I'm a woman which brings all sorts of other elements to the piece. We shot it on location, in Romania. We went out to Transylvania, which is an unbeatable backdrop for a vampire film, obviously. We had some amazing locations, some amazing castles and it was pretty creepy to shoot.

Now, are you playing the same character or his twin sister?
I'm playing… Obviously, these vampires are very, very old and we reprise the story. I may have been Elizabeth Bathory. I don't know if you know anything about her.

I am well aware of Elizabeth Bathory.
So, I'm probably one of the oldest and most powerful vampires and I come back to Transylvania and Romania, because I need the blood of a virgin.

Don't we all?
Yes.

If there are Elizabeth Bathory allusions, does that lead to perhaps a rather obvious bathing sequence?
Oh yes. There's a wonderful, beautiful, epic bath scene. Well, there are many bath scenes, actually.

Again, as well there should be.
I feel like I'm destined to be in a bath. I'm in a bath quite a lot in "Defiance," as well. At the end, there is a true bloodbath and that took about a week to shoot. We were in the blood for a week.

Click here for the whole interview.

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