Hi Hayley fans! Hayley attended the Three Empire Awards earlier tonight in London (March 19). She looked absolutely gorgeous in Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini as she stepped onstage with Neil Gaiman to present the Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy award to Juan Antonio for “A Monster Calls”. Head over to our gallery for more than 110 pictures of the event.
Category: Gallery Updates
I’ve updated our gallery with high-quality images of Hayley as Marget Schlegel on set of Howards End in London on Friday (March 10). Thank you Maria (www.laura-dreyfuss.com) for sending these my way – be sure to check them out in our gallery!
Our gallery has just been updated with high-quality images of Hayley attending the HeForShe UN Women Creative Breakfast in London on Saturday morning (March 4). Be sure to check the pictures by clicking on the thumbnails below:
I’ve just added high-quality screen captures of Hayley as Hayes Morrison in the last two episode of Conviction, respectively entitled “Enemy Combatant” and “Past, Prologue & What’s to Come”. Head over to our gallery to check these out:
Sorry for the delay, but I have now added screen captures of the tenth episode of Conviction to our gallery. High-quality stills of the show’s season finale have been added as well. The episode, untitled “Past, Prologue & What’s to Come”, will air on January 29 on ABC.
“Past, Prologue & What’s to Come” – Hayes revisits the failed case of Gerald Harris from her days as a defense attorney – the very case where she met Wallace nearly a decade earlier. Harris was found guilty of murdering his wife despite Hayes’ belief in his innocence due to Wallace unearthing Gerald’s darkest secret. Meanwhile, a member of the CIU team is forced to revisit their illicit actions in the controversial Rodney Landon case. In the end, Hayes and Wallace’s future, as well as that of the CIU team, hang in the balance.
I’ve just updated our gallery with high-quality stills of the two last episodes of Conviction, respectively entitled ‘Black Orchid’ and ‘Enemy Combatant’. Synopses can be found below.
“Black Orchid” – While Hayes and Wallace struggle to balance their professional and personal lives, they are summoned to a crime scene that fits the M.O. of the infamous “Black Orchid Killer.” Is the latest murder the work of a copycat? Or is the man now in prison for the earlier crimes actually innocent? As the investigation accelerates, the CIU team, spearheaded by unlikely serial-killer expert Tess, closes in on a suspect who may have committed all the murders – but will it be too late?
“Enemy Combatant” – Former President Morrison pays Hayes an unexpected visit and lobbies her (and CIU) to take on the case of Omar Abbas, a Muslim-American citizen held for years without trial in a military facility for allegedly planning a chemical attack on Manhattan. But taking on the federal war on terror is a hot-button issue, and Hayes and the CIU find themselves battling the authorities in their search for the truth. Meanwhile, just as Hayes and Wallace become more comfortable with their relationship, her father raises questions about the couple’s long-term viability.
High-quality screen captures of Hayley in the latest two Conviction episodes, respectively entitled ‘#StayWoke’ and ‘A Simple Man’, have been added to our gallery. Check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below:
The first stills of Hayley in the ninth episode of Conviction have just been revealed. The episode, entitled ‘A Different Kind of Death’, will air on ABC on December 5.
Wallace brings the case of a death-row inmate, Earl Slavitt, to the CIU. Earl was convicted of murdering federal prosecutor Tom Simon, one of Wallace’s best friends. Simon did not believe in the death penalty, and Wallace, along with Simon’s widow, want to ensure that Earl did in fact commit the crime. With only days left before the execution, the CIU team shifts into high gear, looking for possible errors in the case. Instead, they uncover cracks in Simon’s reputation. Hayes and Wallace are challenged both professionally and personally, as the case draws to a stunning conclusion.