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Dana Delorenzo Talks ‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ Season 2: “Kelly’s Out For Blood!”



Dana Delorenzo Talks 'Ash Vs. Evil Dead' Season 2: "Kelly’s Out For Blood!"

Dana Delorenzo talked with SciFiNow about her experience playing Kelly in “Ash Vs. Evil Dead”, what we can expect from her character in season 2, and much more. You can check out some of the highlights below. Just to remind everyone that “Ash Vs. Evil Dead” season 1 will be available on DVD in the UK this Monday, September 19th.

It’s fair to say that Kelly has been through the mill – what’s her state of mind like going into Season 2?
“Kelly was definitely put through the wringer in Season 1, and I can say that at the start of Season 2 Kelly has a lot of pent-up rage, but only one mission: revenge.

She is ready to unleash her fury for what happened to her and her parents. She is a girl who’s not afraid to smoke weed out of a shotgun; you do not want to get in her way. But she’s working at a bar in Jacksonville with Pablo while Ash is playing chainsaw limbo with coeds, and Kelly resents that Ash is being Ash and avoiding responsibility and holding her back – in a lot of ways, Kelly is like the daughter Ash never had.

They are great together when they’re fighting evil or ragging on each other, but when Ash is thinking out loud and it comes to getting revenge, she starts to forge her own path, and that’s when she teams up with Ruby. They become this lethal powerhouse, and it’s interesting to see where that goes, but the bottom line: Kelly’s out for blood, and everyone – dead or alive – better stay out of her way!”

You’re in a cast that includes icons like Bruce Campbell and Lucy Lawless – does it ever seem surreal working alongside them?
“It’s funny you say that – when we were doing Comic-Con in San Diego, I was sitting there at lunch, I look around and there’s Bruce Campbell. Next to him is Lucy Lawless, and next to me is Lee Majors – the Six Million Dollar Man.

If anybody ever told me that was going to be a lunch of mine one day my head would have exploded! Even though they have become such great friends and colleagues, people that I get to call my show family, I still get a little starstruck every day. I’m not going to lie, I still get a little tingly sometimes around them, because they’re all such legends in their own right, and they all have their incredible aura of them, they really do.

To read the full interview with Dana Delorenzo visit SciFiNow. You can check out season 2 of “Ash Vs. Evil Dead” when it premieres on Starz on Sunday, October 2nd at 8:00 PM.