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‘Sleepy Hollow’ Cast and Crew Tease Season 2 at Comic-Con 2014

‘Sleepy Hollow’ Cast and Crew Tease Season 2 at Comic-Con 2014

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FanBolt had the opportunity to talk to the cast and crew of Fox’s Sleepy Hollow as they sat down with press at this year’s San Diego Comic Con International. Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman made it pretty clear that there aren’t going to be any “easy answers” as to how our favorite characters get out of last season’s cliffhangers, while Orlando Jones let us know that everyone would still be very active on social media this season. “The livetweets this year are going to be off the chain!” he told the gathered press.

Orlando teased what’s in store for his character, Captain Frank Irving, saying, “I got locked up, you know, so I’m still I think dealing with the aftermath of what that is and I think that’s a tough position for someone who had so much power, to have fallen from grace so quickly, to be in.”

He also voiced his excitement for the fans to see season two and said that for him, “It’s exciting watching the way the characters unfold and the story is evolving…”

Katia Winter and John Noble talked a little about the tonal change in season 2, with Katia saying that the tonal changes are there “character-wise definitely.” John Noble chimed in sharing, “The tone thing that is so interesting that captures me is that extraordinary situation between Crane and Abbie where they speak a different language..it’s so funny. It’s so funny how Tom’s character doesn’t understand and that tone helps keep it light and witty, and that’s still there big time.”

Check out the videos below to see the full interviews, including a few hints about what we can expect to see. (Spoiler: Evidently Captain Irving will not be pregnant this season. At least not according to Orlando Jones.)

Sleepy Hollow returns to Fox on September 22nd!

rennlark Jenn is a contributing writer for FanBolt.com. Having been raised Geek Orthodox, Jenn has a love of most things sci-fi. Thanks to Georgia Tech, she also has an honest appreciation for the “sci” as well as the “fi”. Her current favorite shows include, but are not limited to: Doctor Who, Being Human, Sleepy Hollow, and various Joss Whedon offerings.

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