I have added new pics of Lizzy attending 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards yesterday. Unfortunately, Masters Of Sex did not win any awards. Enjoy the new pics!


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January 12 2014: 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards
January 12 2014: 2014 InStyle And Warner Bros. 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards Post-Party

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I have added new pics of Lizzy attending 14th Annual AFI Awards Luncheon on Friday.


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January 10 2014: 14th Annual AFI Awards Luncheon – Arrivals
January 10 2014: 14th Annual AFI Awards Luncheon – Inside

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The full PaleyFest line up schedule has been revealed. Masters Of Sex is scheduled for March 24. Check out the rest of the lineup and for more information here.

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I have added remaining screencaps of Lizzy in this season of Masters of Sex.





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1×09: Involuntary [HD]
1×10: Fallout [HD]
1×11: Phallic Victories [HD]
1×12: Manhigh [HD]

NOTE: There are certain scenes that I chose not to make screencaps of.

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I have added screencaps of Lizzy in Episode 6 to Episode 8 on Masters Of Sex. I will have the remaining up later.




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1×06: Brave New World [HD]
1×07: All Together Now [HD]
1×08: Love and Marriage [HD]

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Happy New Year! I have been busy working on screencaps of Lizzy in Masters Of Sex. Here are ones from episode 2 to 5. More to come!





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1×02: Race To Space [HD]
1×03: Standard Deviation [HD]
1×04: Thank You for Coming [HD]
1×05: Catherine [HD]

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Check out this video of Lizzy mimic internet memes of rage faces.

Lizzy’s full interview is below:

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Loving Lizzy

Viewers tuning in to Showtime’s new series Masters of Sex (Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT, The Movie Network; 10 p.m. ET/9 p.m. PT, Movie Central) might find themselves doing a high school reunion–like double-take: “Is that babe in the pencil skirt Janis Ian?” Yes, Lizzy Caplan, who stars with Michael Sheen in the period drama about pioneering sexologists, is the same talented comedian who played the caustic goth in 2004’s hit film Mean Girls.

Unlike certain actresses, Caplan didn’t peak in North Shore High School. Her clever, quirky appeal has won her several acclaimed, if under-the-radar, roles: irreverent Casey on the late, great series Party Down; cynical cokehead Gena in the ensemble comedy Bachelorette; stylish marriage-phobe Sarah in the indie rom-com Save the Date. Next year, she’ll play a CIA agent in The Interview, an assassination caper directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. “I’ve always been picky with the parts I play,” says Caplan, “sometimes too picky—like, before I should have been able to be.” Being spoiled with roles she can “sink her teeth into,” she says, has been a blessing and a curse. It’s harder for her now to accept “the half-cooked role”—“the placeholder girls, instead of the fleshed-out three-dimensional characters.”

Caplan’s part in Masters is, happily, more well-done: She plays Virginia Johnson, the real-life down-on-her-luck secretary who teamed up with gynecologist Bill Masters on the controversial research that paved the way for the sexual revolution of the 1960s (she died this past July). A triple-divorcée who, says Caplan, “really prided herself on being able to separate the emotional from the sexual,” Johnson was a woman not of her time.

Convinced casting directors saw her only as a comedic actress, Caplan thought there was “no way in hell” she would land Johnson, and Masters of Sex creator Michelle Ashford admits that she “couldn’t envision Lizzy playing period.” But when Caplan auditioned, Ashford knew she’d met Virginia. “She was in ’50s clothing and had her hair done—she looked fantastic—but more than that, Lizzy just embodied this woman,” says Ashford. “The fact that she has this contemporary quality that runs underneath made her a perfect fit.”

Not content to wait for more scripts like Masters to arrive in her mailbox, Caplan is now thinking of writing her own role, ideally in a “really smart romantic comedy.” What would she play? “A sarcastic girl who can’t commit in relationships,” she deadpans. “Because I don’t think people have seen enough of that from me.”

See the full editorial on Flare Magazine

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