Access Hollywood nabbed two interviews on the occasion of the Scream Awards ceremony last Saturday (airing tonight at 9PM EST on SPIKE TV). It’s great that both Lena Headey and Sean Bean were able to attend. First off, a video interview with both of them, after the win, sharing their impressions as well as thoughts on Lena’s good friend Peter Dinklage.
Even more interesting bits appear in this interview with Lena, where she discusses Cersei in season two and her character’s relationships towards others, most notably Tyrion and Joffrey. Here are some snippets that I liked most:
“I think she can’t admit it to anybody,” the actress continued, referring to Cersei’s upcoming Season 2 predicament. “She’s dying to ask for help, and she never will.” / We’re on our last few episodes,” she said of progress on Season 2. “Joffrey is becoming more trouble.” / “Jack Gleason is adorable, and just so good at being a little sh**,” she laughed, complimenting her co-star. “He’s so good at being terrible.” / “This season there’s a big arc with Cersei and Tyrion’s relationship, which is really interesting, because it’s love-hate there, totally,” she told Access. “It’s been really fun filming all those scenes, and there’s just a lot more drama this year.”
Two more videos after the break, including one where Sean Bean speculates on possibly returning for more filming…
MTV also recorded a short video interview with Sean Bean at Scream Awards, in which he teases the possibility of reprising the role of Ned in potential flashbacks. You can read the summarizing article or watch the video below. (Video appears to be region blocked though, unfortunately.)
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Also at the Scream Awards, there presenting the award that would eventually go to Game of Thrones coincidentally, was an old friend of George R. R. Martin’s, actor Ron Perlman. Access Hollywood caught up with him on the red carpet and got his thoughts on Martin and new Thrones cast member Roy Dotrice.
Winter Is Coming: Perlman would make a pretty great Tormund Giantsbane, wouldn’t you say? Don’t forget to tune in to the Scream Awards tonight!