Here at we will provide you with all your latest news and images. If you want to know more about the world of Evangeline you can read his biography.I hope you enjoy the site and come back soon for more updates..Still, she's wary of all the hype—and dismissive of the haters who come with it."That happens when you have a lot of good things in your life," she says with a shrug.But it was her time as a counselor that resonated strongest.Before attending the University of British Columbia as an international relations major, she spent three weeks in the Philippines with a Christian missionary group and decided to make a career out of it. A dramatic Gilligan's Island.' Turns out it was fucking brilliant." Considering the show's fervent fan base and critical acclaim, that's a dead-on description.
In 2004 she found her way into the office of Lost producer J. (She's been doing charitable work in Rwanda for the past seven years.) "The show was a rare opportunity, but there were ulterior motives," she says."In high school, people wanted to find the worst in me.I was a good student, I was good at soccer, I was vice president of the student council, I was a pretty girl.is a non-profit fansite created by fans and is not the official fansite for Evangeline Lilly.We are in no way affiliated with Evangeline, her family or her management. She arrived with a beautiful a low-cut yellow and lace top with matching trousers, adding oversized earrings.All images are property of their respectful owners. Last month, Evangeline spoke with Entertainment Weekly about her upcoming film “Ant-Man and The Wasp” and revealed her character’s arc. Also the site (EW) published two new exclusive photos, which you can see below. The Wasp is, after all, the first female superhero to appear in the title of a Marvel Cinematic Universe film. “If I’m honest with myself, I feel a lot of pressure to make sure that it is everything that the world wants it to be.” The film concerns the quest by van Dyne, Lang, and scientist Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) to rescue Janet van Dyne — that’s Hope’s mother and Hank’s wife — from the Quantum Realm, an alternate dimension into which she disappeared decades previously. She posed with Chris Pratt and took pictures with the fans.