Photos of Christina at the Marc Jacobs Fashion Show in NYC have been added to the image gallery.
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Today, February 12th, is Christina Ricci’s birthday! To celebrate this special day (and the acquisition of our new christina-ricci.com domain) I have added a new theme to Confessions of Christina Ricci!
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In Lifetime’s new limited series The Lizzie Borden Chronicles (#LizzieBorden), Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award nominee Christina Ricci (Monster) reprises her role as the notorious murder suspect from the network’s hit original movie Lizzie Borden Took An Ax. It premieres on Sunday, April 5, at 10pm ET/PT. Screen Actors Guild Award® winner Clea DuVall (Argo) also reprises her role as Lizzie’s sister, Emma, in the eight-part series.
The first trailer for the mini-series “Lizzie Borden Chronicles” has been released. The eight-episode mini-series will premiere in April 2015 on Lifetime!
Some things just go well together. Lifetime and famous murderers? That’s a winning combination.
Following the success of last year’s TV movie Lizzie Borden Took an Ax, the cable network will debut its limited series The Lizzie Borden Chronicles in April — now with two additional episodes, the network announced Friday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena.
Christina Ricci once again will star as Borden, the real-life woman who was tried (and acquitted) in 1892 of murdering her father and stepmother.
“It’s a fictionalized version of what happens after the trial, as she continues to misbehave,” Ricci said of the eight-hour series. “This is an imagining of what could have happened.”
So, how did Ricci prepare to inhabit such a dark role once more? Easy: It was fun.
“I never expected to play her again, but she’s really fun in this interpretation,” Ricci said. “This version of her is actually a lot more satisfying. She has a sense of self-awareness. But at the same time, we do deal with the complexities and emotions behind what created this monster.”
Images have been added of Christina at today’s TCA panel for The Lizzie Borden Chronicles to the gallery!