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The Originals is facing a whole new kind of threat this season, and it’s particularly bad news for Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin), since it appears to be a blue light that steals children.
The CW series just jumped ahead five years between the end of season three and the start of season four and revealed that the original family had spent those five years in coffins and cursed, or in Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) case, weakened and kept in a dungeon by Marcel (Charles Michael Davis). As of last week, even Klaus had been freed and was on his way to seeing the daughter he hasn’t seen since she was a toddler, but there’s a much larger threat on the horizon now.
We got on the phone with Phoebe Tonkin to talk about that looming danger, and about just how much of this season will be concerned with Hope’s safety.
E! News: So far this season, it has been really interesting to see how things have changed during the time jump. Was that kind of exciting for you to start the character from a whole new place?
Is that more interesting for you as an actor that Hope is now an actual character, instead of basically a baby?
What does Hope know about her family? We haven’t heard much from her in these first couple episodes.
Will we actually get time to see the dynamic between them before danger starts up again?
What is the dynamic like between Hayley and Klaus, now that he’s free and they can be parents together?
Will we get any happy family scenes, whether they’re movie nights or not, at all?
And what can you tell me about the threat this season—whatever’s stealing kids?
So is that the major threat that they’re dealing with for the rest of the season?
Is Marcel still a major threat to the family, or is he kind of taking a backseat to this new threat?
So can we assume that Hope is a central character this season?
The Originals: Phoebe Tonkin talks the new big bad, Hayley and Elijah’s future
Hayley is about to get everything she’s wanted for the past five years. After last week’s successful mission to rescue Klaus, the Mikaelsons are back together, and Hope is going to get to know her father (along with her aunts and uncles). Plus, Hayley has the man she loves back, so what could go wrong? Well, on The Originals, the answer is usually: everything.
EW caught up with Phoebe Tonkin to talk about the family reunion, her character Hayley’s future with Elijah, and the little fact that her daughter could have a mystical evil coming after her.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: After five years, the family is finally reunited. What does that mean to Hayley?
Were you curious about those five years? Did you talk to the writers about what Hayley had been up to?
Keeping a low profile despite driving a tractor trailer everywhere.
Right. It’s kid’s music and then Hope falls asleep and it’s…
We also have this new big bad. Hayley has worked so hard to keep Hope safe. How is she going to react when her daughter is potentially part of something she can’t control?
Are Hayley and Elijah on solid ground at this point? After five years apart, I feel like they deserve a moment of happiness.
And this week, I heard something about a disagreement with Freya. I assume that has to do with Keelin.
Phoebe Tonkin on how Hayley has grown, Klaus the dad and the new big bad
Quite a bit has changed since Season 3 of “The Originals.” With a five-year time jump, Hope (Summer Fontana) is no longer a baby and Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) has done everything within her power to resurrect the Mikaelsons and reunite her daughter with her father Klaus (Joseph Morgan). And yet, the more things change the more they stay the same.
Hope has found herself back in New Orleans with the Mikaelsons as a new war readies itself, blurring the lines even further between vampires, werewolves and witches. With a villain targeting children and wreaking havoc on the French Quarter, Screener decided it was time to catch up with Tonkin to talk about the big bad, what Klaus is like as a dad and what changes for Hayley, now that the life she’s built over the last five years has been turned upside down…
Thus far, Hayley’s Season 4 has revolved heavily around getting the Mikaelsons back. Five years is a long time to spend alone, though. What has changed about her in that time?
That seems so entire impossible in this world they live in.
Will we be getting any sort of look at what those five years were like for Hayley? Especially when you consider how fundamental a time it is for a child Hope’s age…
Hayley has very different relationships with Klaus and Elijah. Now that we’ve moved forward in time, how have those dynamics changed? Because you look at a character like Klaus, and he’s been living in torture for five years…
I think also, Hayley really wants Hope to feel like she has some sort of a normal family dynamic. So I think Hayley is going to have to put aside some of her grudges, or issues that she’s had in the past with Klaus, to make sure she feels like her mom and dad are in some kind of a functioning co-parenting environment.
Klaus reentering Hope’s life — does that change Hayley’s relationship with her daughter at all, given that it was just them for so long?
There are some nice moments between Klaus and Hope where he’s just a dad. He’s not this supervillain, he’s just a dad who is in love and wants to spoil his daughter.
That is a version of that character I cannot wait to see. Lastly, I wanted to talk about the villain of the season — which we’ve lovingly dubbed the “big, angry blue ball of light” around the office.
We don’t know a lot about this particular villain, other than it’s targeting children — which is bad news for Hope. What can you tell us about it?
It’s horrifying. This thing is very old and it’s something that’s been gathering power. A very serious, and dangerous, threat.
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