The actor who portrayed Blair Witch in the TV series that was inspired by a real-life murder case says that she’s not scared of death, and has never wanted to be a superhero.
In an interview with the Associated Press, Blair Witch creator Jennifer Kent said that she never thought she would be working in the world of the superhero genre.
She said that, in the beginning, she thought of her character as a woman in a white wig who lived in a mansion and wore a mask to conceal her identity.
“I was always thinking, this is a character who was meant to be invisible, so I was like, what is she wearing?
And she is wearing a mask,” she said.
“So it was a challenge to find a way to not just show that she was an old lady, but to show her as a character of strength and determination.”
The original Blair Witch was created by writer/director John Carpenter and was based on a real case that occurred in the 1970s.
A woman named Mary Ann Stilley, who was a model, was brutally murdered in her home.
The case led to the creation of the Blair Witch, which she used in the film.
It was later turned into a television series.
Kent said in the interview that the series had been in development for years, but it never quite made it to the big screen.
“We did an episode where we were trying to make it a television show.
But it wasn’t the right fit, and it was too much for a pilot.
So it just didn’t happen,” she told the AP.
Kent also said that the producers did not want her to take on a part that involved playing a character in a fictional world.
Kent said that although she was terrified of dying, she was not afraid of dying at the hands of an evil superhero.
“It was scary at first, but then I got to the point where I thought, ‘Oh, I’m really not afraid,’ and I didn’t feel the need to be,” she added.
The Blair Witch project began as a one-hour comedy about a group of friends who were forced to live in a house with a supernatural creature in order to survive.
In order to stay alive, the group had to get help from their friends, which meant that the original character was actually a person with an identity disorder.
Kent and the other cast members were originally supposed to portray the characters from the series, but they eventually decided to stick with their original identities.
The project was filmed in several locations around the world, including Mexico City, Los Angeles, Mexico, Canada, New York City, and Tokyo.
In one scene in the original series, Blair, played by actress Brooke Burke, is hiding from a masked killer while her friends hide under a tree.
“In the first scene of the film, I don’t have a mask on,” Burke told the Associated News.
“I don’t wear a mask.
I’m the one hiding.”
She said that while filming in Mexico City was difficult because the production team was not familiar with the area, they were able to recreate the experience and have the cast come in for filming in Los Angeles.
“The actors who were in the room for the first time were terrified and felt uncomfortable, but that was a blessing in disguise,” Burke said.
Kent also shared her feelings about her portrayal of the character, which became the subject of a long-running Twitter feud with a woman who was angry that the actress did not have the character’s face on her own mask.
Kent’s reaction was also shared widely on social media, where people took issue with the actress.
“What do you think about the Blair character?
I love Blair Witch but if you’re a man I hate her,” one person wrote.”
She was my friend and I loved her for who she was and the work she put into her character.
I would never have cast her if I had known what she was going through.
If the Blair’s story had ended with the same ending I would have had a different reaction,” another person wrote in response to the backlash.