With season 2 only sixteen days away, interviews of the Game of Thrones cast are really pouring in. In addition to the Entertainment Weekly cover story, and Access Hollywood’s first look at Tom Wlaschiha as Jaqen H’ghar, here are some more articles fans should check out:
Maisie: I got to meet Gwen. I didn’t get a chance to meet Carice. But Gwen was very nice and we both had to have our hair cut, so that’s how we got talking. We both [have] these kind of female characters that are really strong and that a lot of people look up to…
Access: And you and Gwendoline both wield swords!
Maisie: [We were] both talking about different moves that we learned. We’ve both got a lot in common [in] the way we were taught… We had a lot of things to talk about and I think that’s why we get on so well… She’s really funny and a real pleasure to be around.
Michelle Fairley interview with DorkShelf: *plot spoilers:*
Michelle Fairley interviewd by NewsTalk 1010:
SciFiNow‘s series of cast interviews continues with these new articles.
Alfie Allen Interview
The girl who plays my sister is amazing, she’s really, really good and a really cool girl. In terms of playing him as character, it was good to find similarities – and don’t ask what they are, please! – between you and the character, and it was a journey playing it.
Rose Leslie Interview
She’s a Wildling and she comes from north of The Wall,” explained Leslie to SciFiNow, “so she’s from the True North where it’s incredibly cold. She’s lots of fun, she’s level-headed and strong – very, very strong – and she has a lot of fun teasing Jon Snow.
Oona Chaplin Interview. If you’re avoiding trailers, you may want to skip reading this one!
Well, there has been much speculation on the Jeyne that I’m playing all I’ll say is you guys are in for a big surprise.
John Bradley Interview
In this season he starts to experience emotions…and certain feelings deep down inside him that you never thought he was capable of feeling. It’s really exciting, he kinda matures from a boy into a… half-man, I suppose!
Harry Lloyd talks about his season 1 character, Viserys Targaryen.
If you can find a way to do these things that are so extreme and horrible that people can come round to his twisted way of thinking, you’ve probably done your job well because no-one’s good, bad, everyone’s doing something for a reason – that’s how you’ve got to approach it, I guess.
Ours is the Fury: It’s amazing to think about “Arya” and “Brienne” meeting up and discussing swordplay! I’m also especially enjoying Michelle Fairley’s interviews. She’s so articulate and warm, and she seems to understand Catelyn’s world very well.