'The 100': Bob Morley discusses Bellamy's character evolution and his relationships with Octavia and Clarke
He started off as a villain on the ground, encouraging anarchy among the teens exiled to earth. He was doing all he could to prevent the rest of humanity from joining them on earth since he feared the repercussions for shooting the chancellor. All in all, he was screwing things up majorly for the entire human race, all for selfish reasons.
Of course, over the past six episodes of The CW's new hit series, Bellamy's ego has been knocked down a few pegs as he learned that his actions have very real and disturbing consequences, like when his advice to Charlotte led the little girl to murder Wells and kill herself, or his almost-execution of Murphy over a crime he didn't actually commit, or the fact that his choices led 300 people to be executed on the Ark for no reason. Since then, Bellamy has become a much different character, but that doesn't mean he's all of a sudden perfect.
Zap2it caught up with Morley at WonderCon to discuss Bellamy's character evolution, and what's coming up for him next on "The 100."
Watch the interview below:
"The 100" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.