Out of the four other teens Tyler Blackburn’s Caleb Rivers have met in Ravenswood, Luke (Brett Dier) has been the toughest to convince of the existence of the curse that’s set on killing all of them.
TVRage caught up with Brett Dier, and Brett unveiled that during the second half of Ravenswood‘s season 1, Luke will start to sort of at least accept the idea.
“Yeah, actually [Luke] does eventually get comfortable with, well not really comfortable, but he just accepts it now. So you’ll see a lot of that in the upcoming season too or the upcoming part of the season and he definitely does.”
Brett also talked about Luke’s relationship with twin sister, Olivia (Merritt Patterson). Something exciting coming up for both of them? A really “intense” scene he says, in episode 10 (the season finale).
“…[Luke and Olivia's relationship] definitely gets a lot shakier in the next five episodes. Lots of drama, especially between Olivia and Luke and the mom and Collins and all that kind of stuff, so Luke and Olivia work together on that. They’ve had some kerfuffles, but you can definitely see their bond get a lot stronger through that, especially this one scene, which I can’t say, but it’s really intense.
“Me and Merritt were like…it was a scene where we had to get super depressed, so we were depressed for like six hours on set to get into the mindset of the scene. And that scene you definitely see Luke and Olivia bond. It’s a really cool scene [in Episode 10, the season finale].”
As for girlfriend, Remy (Britne Oldford)…Brett does tell us they’re at least figuring things out later on – and that they’re not necessarily broken up.
“…[Remy and Luke are] definitely figuring things out and they’re a lot better than how they were. There’s still, obviously, a little bit of issues, but, no, they’re working things out.”
And what of the hinted connection of Luke and Olivia’s mom to Miranda’s uncle, “Creepy Collins”? Yep, Brett says there’s definitely some of that, too.
If all of that isn’t exciting enough, Dier also touched on the relationship between Luke’s mom (Laura Allen) and Mr. Collins (Steven Cabral). As fans have seen, there’s a clear connection between the two, whether romantic or not. So, can we expect more of that this winter?
Well, Dier told TVRage, “Oh yeahhh. Definitely. There’s definitely some of that and it definitely makes Luke extremely angry, so you’ll see some of that too.”
Are you excited to see Luke’s character development as Ravenswood leads up to its season finale?