'The 100' Interview: Bob Morley on Forming Factions and Challenges on Earth
'The 100' Interview: Bob Morley on Forming Factions and Challenges on Earth
Carla Day
Carla Day
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
In The 100 premiere, Bellamy stepped up as a leader who preached freedom for those who landed on Earth. He wanted everyone to rebel against the leadership on the Ark for their own survival. He and everyone on Earth has a good reason to distrust those who sent them to Earth. 

While filming The 100, Bob Morley (Bellamy) spoke with reporters from the set in Vancouver, B.C. about the different factions that will form on earth, the challenges they will face, and the Earth as its own character on the show.

Interview with Bob Morley

Highlights from the interview:

  • There are two groups formed with Bellamy and Clarke butting heads throughout. 
  • The rules will continue to shift. Sometimes rules are forced on them because of their environment.
  • Bellamy and Octavia are both functional and dysfunctional at the same time. The nature of their relationship will be revealed. It's a tumultuous one.
  • The depth of the characters will continue to grow throughout the season.
  • There's a lot of gray area about what's right and wrong.
  • Hope and faith are major themes and an exploration of human natural. 
  • A lot of things have morphed or transformed on Earth. 
  • The Earth has evolved into a creature itself. It's a character of the show. 
  • The forest plays a huge part in every scene and always in the story.
  • The characters use items from the drop ship and then other things that they find. Remnants of the society that was once there are re-purposed.
The 100  airs Wednesdays at 9 pm ET on the CW.

(Image courtesy of the CW. Video: Carla Day. Travel and accommodations provided by WBTV.)