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Jane The Virgin 4×10 ‘Chapter Seventy-Four’

Discover the 4×10 promotional stills of season 4 of Jane the Virgin ! Discover just below the synopsis which will air on February 09th on CW and the video promotional. (Note, because of the J.O that will take place for two weeks, many series will be paused and ‘Jane The Virgin’ also, the episode 11 will be on air on March 02 after 3 weeks of break !) + HQ stills are available in the gallery.
Synopsis – Jane and Rafael try to be friends; Petra and Jane try to overcome the difficulties of working together; Rogelio thinks he has post-partum depression; Alba tells Jane why she turned down the proposal.

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Gina on ‘The Talk’ season 8

For the promotion of ‘Jane The Virgin’ and her upcoming film ‘Annihilation’, Gina stopped on the talk show ‘The Talk’ set to discuss things like filming Annihilation that was liberating for her and that working without makeup was a real challenge ! And also to return to the filming of ‘Jane The Virgin’ that Gina produced for the episode 4×10 where a passage of the episode takes place on the set of The Talk ! (Unfortunately we don’t have real online video sharing of the show, since CBS closes everything to the public but for those who are registered in the chain you can find the interview here)

Edit: I find the video of the interview on Youtube but in poor quality and it will surely be deleted in a short time so I put it to you for those who want to see – Gina appears after 35:55.

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Gina’s ‘Jane the Virgin’ Directorial Debut

Leading lady Gina Rodriguez will make her directorial debut on tonight’s all-new episode of Jane the Virgin and she says the new role feels like a perfect fit. “I really feel like this is what I probably should’ve done from the beginning,” Rodriguez dished exclusively to ET in-between takes of directing guest star Brooke Shields. “I absolutely love to direct, but obviously everything happens for a reason.”
Since beginning her onscreen journey in 2014 as Jane Villanueva on the hit CW dramedy, the 33-year-old actress has charmed critics and fans alike with her Golden Globe-winning performance and her infectious “I can and I will” passion. With Jane the Virgin now in its fourth season, Rodriguez’s transition from in front of the camera to behind it has left her feeling « creatively full.”

“I feel like I get to tell Jane’s story so often and I love that — it’s such an incredible feeling,” she said. “But [with directing,] I get to be a storyteller for this little chapter and there’s something about stretching your wings like that, that I haven’t been able to do in the past three years.”
“I get to be more creative, I get to use more of my heart and my energy,” she added. “It’s a challenge, but it’s the right kind of challenge for me.” Never one to shy away from a challenge, Rodriguez has been actively pursuing to change the lack of onscreen diversity in Hollywood.

Set up at the start of 2017, Rodriguez founded I Can And I Will Productions, which is committed to telling stories from the “unheard and the unseen” on the screen — a cause that Rodriguez has been extremely vocal about on her social media platforms, especially with her Latino culture. « [Jane] has opened doors for opportunities to create my own shows, to make new faces, to make more Latino and Latina faces, [to put] women in front of and behind the cameras, so Jane is kind of next level, » Rodriguez said. « I’m just doing the best possible job I can to create more opportunity for me and for other women and for other Latinos, » she stressed. « It’s really important that I do my best work and there is no better time than now with our Time’s Up movement, with us speaking up about discrimination and harassment and pay disparity and the lack thereof of opportunity.”

The Chicago native, who is already set to direct more episodes of Jane, was quick to champion another woman in Hollywood making her dreams a reality. Rodriguez described herself as “forever grateful” to Jane the Virgin’s creator and executive producer Jennie Snyder Urman for “opening the door” and allowing her to take on this career-revolutionizing challenge. “It’s so beautiful that Jennie gave me the opportunity to do this. Our show is very hard to do. Our show is nothing to mess with, I mean the tone is specific,” she explained. “Jennie is my muse, she’s my dream-maker and I’ll never be able to repay her, but I think by my actions I’ll be able to do that. » – Source : etonline.