I literally just screamed upon flipping through this week’s Entertainment Weekly when I found over a page devoted to Gillian Anderson!
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“They’re still cute to Daenerys. They’re her babies. But her babies can burn down a house in a few minutes and they’re getting increasingly terrifying to everyone around her. At some point she will have to reckon with the fact her babies are all grown up.”
“One of those major moments is an event so notorious that it has a name. Since the name gives away what happens, some fans use the initials. But to dissuade anybody from Googling the initials, the producers won’t even utter those (and neither will we). “I’ve never seen the crew so emotional,” Benioff says about shooting what he calls the “Scene Which Shall Not Be Named.” “If the scene has that effect on the people making it who know what’s coming, if they’re that overpowered, I think it’s going to have an overwhelming effect on people watching it.”
“I said to the waitress, ‘I don’t know what I’m going to go for,’ and the waitress jumped in with the line [‘You know nothing, Jon Snow’]. It was very funny; it was perfect timing. I gave her a high five. Actually, I wanted to give her a high five, but it would have been incredibly lame if I did.”
“All my life, all I’ve ever wanted is for people to say — first of all — I’m pretty. But ‘too pretty’? Is amazing. I also loved that they said, ‘Who’s this model?’ I only ever wanted to be a model. This acting thing — three years of drama school — is an accident! I was like, ‘Wow, they think I’m a model?’ I didn’t mind it at all. I knew all the things I wanted to do to become the part. I’ve always been able to look very different very easily.”