Interview Round-up: Harington, Dance, and Glover
By Winter Is Coming on in Press.

Here are a few interviews that have popped up in the past week with Game of Thrones cast. Three of them are of the video variety, and one is text. Beware of MAJOR SPOILERS in the Charles Dance interview.

ScienceFiction.com interviewed Kit Harington at NYCC

Flicks and the City caught up with Charles Dance (SPOILERS! SPOILERS! SPOILERS!)

Comic Book Therapy interviews Julian Glover about playing Pycelle, where he reveals a scene in season three he is particularly looking forward to.

Stuff New Zealand chats with Finn Jones and Miltos Yerolemou in a video interview about their interactions with Thrones fans.


64 Comments

  1. Ryan Genualdi
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 12:04 pm | Permalink

    Charles Dance is simply a boss.

  2. Grijnwaald
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 12:08 pm | Permalink

    Ryan Genualdi,

    He is indeed, a Boss

  3. bon
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 12:12 pm | Permalink

    Charles Dance always spoilers some things… But often has best interviews…

  4. The Queen's Hand
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 12:16 pm | Permalink

    Send for the Witch-Hunter!

  5. Hmm
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 12:26 pm | Permalink

    Haha love how Charles Dance is casual about spoilers… haters gonna hate. Haha

  6. BobJ
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 12:30 pm | Permalink

    Huh. In the Julian Glover interview he mentions a scene in “episode 3 of series 4.” Are they filming seasons 3 & 4 back to back (first I heard of that) or is it more than likely he misspoke?

  7. Aleksa
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 12:39 pm | Permalink

    Charles Dance is a bit of a sexy beast, isn’t he?

  8. bon
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 12:43 pm | Permalink

    BobJ,

    Misspoke, aparently, probably he wanted to say episode 4 of season 3.

  9. Tyrion Pimpslap
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 12:46 pm | Permalink

    So when Dance says ‘next year’ is he talking season 3 or season 4? I’m assuming he is talking about season 4 since he has already shot most, if not all of his season 3 scenes. Surely they wouldn’t have Tywin’s death at the end of season 3?

  10. Hollyoak
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 12:57 pm | Permalink

    Only watched the Charles Dancer one so far. I had no idea he was so utterly fascinating. Could you imagine the stories he could tell over dinner? What a…stentorian voice!

    I mean, I’ve seen him in other films, of course, but his true persona seems really cool.

    He’s a bad ass.

  11. Jim Cross
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 1:24 pm | Permalink

    Charles Dance certainly has better fashion sense than Kit

  12. DH87
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 2:03 pm | Permalink

    As someone old enough to remember Dance as a young cavalier in The Jewell in the Crown, I applaud an actor who invested in theatrical training early in his career and has aged gracefully as a result (cough Tom Cruise/Jack Reacher cough).

  13. Amsterpaul
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 2:05 pm | Permalink

    Charles Dance is really awesome. I am always waiting for an “Alien” little mouth to pop out of his chest! Next year? So where’s the split? I still say. 3 weddings.

  14. Bannerless Bro
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 2:12 pm | Permalink
  15. WildSeed
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 2:36 pm | Permalink

    DH87:
    As someone old enough to remember Dance as a young cavalier in The Jewell in the Crown, I applaudan actor who invested in theatrical training early in his career and has aged gracefully as a result (cough Tom Cruise/Jack Reacher cough).

    LOL, so right on regarding your coughing fit :D !

    In season 1, Tywin demonstrated an animal flaying scene with Jaime, that was
    switched from ASOIAF Randyll Tarley’s scene with his son, Samwell, it was
    brilliant and no complaint. It was was a commonly done act, but Tywin /Charles
    owned that scene with finesse. I knew then, that Benioff and Weiss chose wisely.

    Charles Dance does bring a bit of elegance, similarly Ian Glen, to their character
    portrayals. My only disappointment is that Dance never read the ASOIAF books,
    not even a ” Cliff Note ” or synopsis. Obviously it ‘s not a requirement for source
    material, he’s breathed life into lord Lannister with great elocution and style.

    Good to see you back here, hope all is going well with you.

  16. Al Swearengen
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 2:41 pm | Permalink

    It would be so funny if that poor woman who’s interviewing Charles hadn’t read the books.

  17. G_Lee
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 2:45 pm | Permalink

    Charles Dance is the godfather of all hipsters apparently….

  18. Game Of Thongs
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 2:50 pm | Permalink

    Charles Dance has mentioned that spoiler in pretty much every GoT related interview he’s been in!
    Non-readers should beware of him :P

  19. eleonora
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 3:09 pm | Permalink

    I met Charles Dance just 4 hours ago , still can’t believe it!

  20. WildSeed
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 3:10 pm | Permalink

    Al Swearengen:
    It would be so funny if that poor woman who’s interviewing Charles hadn’t read the books.

    LOL, she would be quite unguarded and in for a shock :D, poor dear.

    At least the street reporter isn’t one that has a sit down interview with the actor,
    where their supposed to ask relevant questions from the source material. Many
    have made fools of themselves as they never reviewed or read the material, only
    going on sound bites or biased review articles. When that happens, it’s not funny,
    just stupid and recorded for posterity. Happens a lot , really.

    Charles Dance may drop a vague spoiler or two, but he guards his response with
    the details hidden. Sometimes it creates a well received anxiety to stay tuned to
    watch GoT. When I read the chapter in the book, I was shocked, had to re-read
    before moving on to the next chapter.

  21. sjwenings
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 3:14 pm | Permalink

    LOL!

    “I’m not gonna tell you what my death-scene is!”
    Yeah, because that would be, like a huge spoiler, Charles – can’t do that!

  22. Mrs. H'ghar
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 3:49 pm | Permalink

    Bannerless Bro:
    OMG, ARIANNE MARTELL
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3sPtwb7XTE

    A woman agrees with you, she’d be awesome as Arianne! Stunning and a lovely timbre to her voice, can hear her ordering people around…princess material for sure.

    Thanks for posting these WiC, they’re a joy to watch and read. And it was lovely to see you and HMR in your twitpic…which one is you, right or left? Perhaps a woman should know which one of you supports the bottom, but can’t recall at the moment.

  23. Patchy Face
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 3:51 pm | Permalink
  24. Mrs. H'ghar
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 3:55 pm | Permalink

    eleonora:
    I met Charles Dance just 4 hours ago , still can’t believe it!

    Are you floating on air? A woman has had that feeling a time or 2 after meeting favorite celebs. Happy for you BB!

  25. DH87
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 4:00 pm | Permalink

    WildSeed: Good to see you back here, hope all is going well with you.

    Oh, many thanks. I bowed out in the spring after a few brickbats and have been on to other things. Looks like you all have been doing perfectly well without me providing weekly updates on Boardwalk Empire’s ratings. :) (Oh, and I also bailed on TB this year.)

  26. King Tommen
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 4:50 pm | Permalink

    I’m assuming that Glover is referring to the added scene in the finale of Season 1 with Ros when Pycelle is shown to be putting on more of an act as the doddering old man. This characterization is not part of the novels and it’s interesting to note that Glover himself made the suggestion that he wanted Pycelle to be a little more than just the old, political maester.

    I’m wondering if this threadline (where Pycelle is shown to be much more aware and active in the political machinations around him) is going to be continued in Season 3 and if his favourite scene with Tywin is referencing any of this.

  27. WildSeed
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 5:18 pm | Permalink

    DH87: Oh, many thanks. I bowed out in the spring after a few brickbats and have been on to other things. Looks like you all have been doing perfectly well without me providing weekly updates on Boardwalk Empire’s ratings. :) (Oh, and I also bailed on TB this year.)

    I understand quite well , m’lady. The dialogue here transitions at times and largely
    due to lack of an outlet for it , but the congeniality remains constant among the
    majority. Those that harass ( shit disturbers ), soon exhaust their effort and
    disappear, or told to leave by “Winter is Coming”.

    Sadly, the ” True Blood ” franchise is off the radar for me as well, I quit watching
    last year. I do miss the weekly reviews at our old haunt tho… anyway, on to book 13.

    I never saw the film, Jewel in the Crown, with Charles Dance, I’ll look it up.

    I will just ignore Kit Harrington’s latest, Silent Shrill.

    I’m waiting for someone to write a screenplay about the ” Dos Equis ” man in
    the commercials, Steve Carell for the lead actor :D

  28. feyrband
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 5:19 pm | Permalink

    Charles Dance was great in Strike Back this year too. The show really grew on me last year and though it may not have been quite as a good a season this time around, Dance’s presence made up for it.

  29. The Instrumentalist
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 7:23 pm | Permalink

    Cannot wait for Silent Hill 2…. I’ve been waiting for the next instalment ever since the first. Now that Kit and Sean are in it, I know it’ll just be fantastic. I’m a horror movie freak.

  30. NicNic
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 9:36 pm | Permalink

    WildSeed,

    hey there! Jewel in the Crown was a British made mini-series from the 80s. Excellent cast!

  31. Isabelle
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 9:46 pm | Permalink

    Jim Cross:
    Charles Dance certainly has better fashion sense than Kit

    Kit certainly has better hair than Charles Dance :-)

  32. Joshua Taylor
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 10:35 pm | Permalink

    Fun factoid: Julian Glover played the villain Aries Kristatos in the Bond film For Your Eyes Only. One of his henchmen was played by none other than Charles Dance!

  33. Renee
    Posted October 20, 2012 at 10:42 pm | Permalink

    Good interview with Charles. Excellent actor.

  34. WildSeed
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 12:38 am | Permalink

    NicNic:
    WildSeed,

    hey there! Jewel in the Crown was a British made mini-series from the 80s. Excellent cast!

    Thanks for the heads up, I would have wasted a search in in the film section. I
    wonder if Apple TV or Netflix has it via BBC America (?)

    I hope I did not offend the Silent Hill fans, I’d never heard of it. I’m not a fan of
    horror movies. Perchance the Bean/ Harington combination will make it enticing
    to fans of that genre.

  35. Susie-Q
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 2:41 am | Permalink

    They forgot another famous movie franchise that Julian Glover was in: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade! I can’t think of another actor who has been in more franchises, although Christopher Lee comes close!

  36. Bannerless Bro
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 3:49 am | Permalink

    King Tommen,

    I can’ wait for that :3

  37. Hill degrade
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 6:46 am | Permalink

    Charles Dance rules. All of the episodes of Jewel in the Crown are on YouTube. I started rewatching it the other day. It is such a gorgeous series everyone should see. He is gorgeous in it.

  38. Psychophante
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 7:20 am | Permalink

    Ha ha, if Kit Harrington had dropped a spoiler like that I’m sure he would get quite a telling off! But it’s Charles Dance, ain’t nobody telling him what he can and can’t say! Bring it on!

  39. Josla
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 10:45 am | Permalink

    So… is Miltos Yerolemou still involved in GOT? The other day I read about him attending a GOT conference I believe. Could it be that Syrio is not dead in the series as everyone believe? Anyone have any idea ?

  40. Tereeza777
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 11:03 am | Permalink

    Charles Dance is the best. Read several posts which said that the stag he was skinning (in “You Win or You Die”) was an actual deer carcass (see below), and that it was starting to smell and there were flies buzzing around it, and …… eeuuw. It looked like Jaime/NCW was about to lose his lunch a couple of times during that scene, but Tywin/Charles just kept right on carving, skinning, and removing those intestines. Brave man and super cool actor!
    BTW – speaking of Jaime/NCW – he is in the BEST 2011 Norwegian movie currently playing on Pay per View. It’s called “Hodejegerne” (“Headhunters”) – really good crime thriller. NCW cleans up nice and I want that dog! (Warning: Nudity in the Trailer :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFKM0ETjGjU

    Re: You Win Or You Die (107) Originally Posted by gotthammer
    I didn’t think it was a ‘prop’. I mean, a ‘prop deer’ (w/ entrails, lol) would probably be WAAAAY more expensive than ‘dropping’ one with a 4×4…”oops!”
    (ok, I guess shooting one would be cheapest…4×4′s aren’t indestructible, sadly)

    I presume that it was a deer that had originally been shot for its meat and they just paid for the whole carcass, unskinned and not gutted. There’s a pretty big market for venison here in the UK (I should know, I had some very tasty venison burgers last Sunday ) so it wouldn’t have been that hard to get hold of a carcass.

    Still Game of Thrones is at the fore front of gore, with real guts.

  41. Balerion
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 11:05 am | Permalink

    Dance is spoilering heavy

  42. mags giantsbabe
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 12:55 pm | Permalink

    Wildseed, Silent Hill is based on a video game. I never played it but it is apparently scary as hell. The first movie freaked me out a little and the end was incredibly violent (to me personally), but beyond that it wasn’t bad at all. I’ll see it for Kit and Sean and to get a few scares, not neccasssarily for the story line. But I’ve an ugly feeling that if the film turns out to be bad a lot of the blame will be laid on Kit’s shoulders, as per usual. He already mentioned that the Vincent Carter in the film (his character) differs greatly from the original character in the game. I’m actually more looking forward to 7th Son, out next year :)

  43. WildSeed
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 6:12 pm | Permalink

    mags giantsbabe,

    Very interesting, I’m enlightened but definitely avoiding the film and genre.

    I grew up up very near the ocean so, even thriller movies about surfing is off limits
    to me. I heard much about a vintage movie called ” Jaws “, but I have never seen it,
    or anything similar.

    I have watched the “Walking Dead” with some help from my neighbor, I hit
    her with my pillow or run into her kitchen. *_*

  44. Joshua Taylor
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 6:46 pm | Permalink

    WildSeed,

    Jaws is a masterpiece. Speilberg’s best. Allay your fears and go watch the new blu ray remastered edition. Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, the greatest monologue in film history.

    Seriously, it’s incredible. The non Speilberg sequels are garbage though.

  45. Steve Hugh Westenra
    Posted October 21, 2012 at 8:46 pm | Permalink

    Disappointed to hear that Vincent from Silent Hill is basically a different character in the film; he’s my favourite in the original game. Props to Kit for being upfront about it though.

  46. mags giantsbabe
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 12:58 am | Permalink

    Wildseed, shame, it sounds like scary films really scare you. What do you do if the white walkers come up? You probably then haven’t seen Paranormal activity either. The Shining is also another horror that’s good and Jaws is one of my favourite films.

    Carrie-ann Moss and the guy who was in A Clock-Work Orange is also in Silent Hill 2, so it might be worth it.

  47. mags giantsbabe
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 1:05 am | Permalink

    Malcolm Mcdowell.

  48. WildSeed
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 3:30 am | Permalink

    mags giantsbabe:
    Wildseed, shame, it sounds like scary films really scare you. What do you do if the white walkers come up? You probably then haven’t seen Paranormal activity either. The Shining is also another horror that’s good and Jaws is one of my favourite films.

    Carrie-ann Moss and the guy who was in A Clock-Work Orange is also in Silent Hill 2, so it might be worth it.

    Almost watched the Shining movie on cable, but no, I “chickened out “.

    I have never watched or sought out a Horror or senseless violence movie,
    my imagination is enough. I’d rather read a book or fly a kite.

    I’m quite surprised at my interest in the Walking Dead, but my neighbor helps
    me through it, and a tightly held pillow. With the followup show, Talking Dead,
    I get to examine the plot and diffuse the anxiety.

    As for the Wights or Others, my handy Obsidian Glass will aide me, same as
    cowardly Sam. People will refer to me as ” Slayer “, Buffy might call to
    congratulate me. There is no honour in being a Nerd, if you don’t study up
    for the best defence ( especially if brawn isn’t a requirement ).

  49. WildSeed
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 3:51 am | Permalink

    Joshua Taylor:
    WildSeed,

    Jaws is a masterpiece. Speilberg’s best. Allay your fears and go watch the new blu ray remastered edition. Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, the greatest monologue in film history.

    Seriously, it’s incredible. The non Speilberg sequels are garbage though.

    When I swam in the warm waters of the Atlantic, and it’s tributaries, my greatest
    fear was Man O’ Wars and Jelly Fish. I was never stupid enough to get caught
    by a Crocodile, or wander into a pond of leeches. Now located adjacent to the
    freezing Pacific Ocean, Great Whites wander close to swimmers. My motto
    remains gaining insight, and avoid places that others fear. I find safer beaches
    to swim, avoid Horror movies, keep it simple.

    I really liked Roy Schneider, watched a few of his films. I have no clue, however,
    of sequels or related films, they went ignored.

    I watched a Pauly Shore movie once, does that count as Horror ? Oh it was :D

  50. Discosauce
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 5:10 am | Permalink

    Susie-Q,

    Holy shit! I had not realized that the actor who plays Pycelle is the same guy from Indiana Jones! Mind. Blown.

  51. Tyrion4Lyfe
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 8:40 am | Permalink

    Bannerless Bro:
    OMG, ARIANNE MARTELL
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3sPtwb7XTE

    Related link from same page…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQJMKUcmL4Q

    I hope people from other regions outside of Westeros (including Dorne, which I know is technically a part of the mainland) have different racial tendencies (other than Caucasian). We need more color in the show!

  52. Tom
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 8:49 am | Permalink

    Tyrion4Lyfe,

    You could cast a British Asian actress instead

  53. Tyrion4Lyfe
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 8:54 am | Permalink

    Josla:
    So… is Miltos Yerolemou still involved in GOT? The other day I read about him attending a GOT conference I believe. Could it be that Syrio is not dead in the series as everyone believe? Anyone have any idea ?

    I am pretty sure book Syrio is dead:

    http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/FAQ/Entry/Is_Syrio_dead/
    http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/SSM/Entry/1372/

    As to show Syrio, who knows?

    Tom:
    Tyrion4Lyfe,
    You could cast a British Asian actress instead

    I would be ok with that, as well. I mean, with the show having an English speaking (for the most part) audience, we will still need people fluent in English (unless of course, they can pull a Mila Kunis on us).

  54. Tyrion4Lyfe
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 8:58 am | Permalink

    Joshua Taylor:
    WildSeed,

    Jaws is a masterpiece. Speilberg’s best. Allay your fears and go watch the new blu ray remastered edition. Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, the greatest monologue in film history.

    Seriously, it’s incredible. The non Speilberg sequels are garbage though.

    It is incredible, but it is also incredibly scary from the perspective of swimming in the ocean. It took me years to want to swim in the ocean again. Viewer beware!

  55. Tom
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 9:09 am | Permalink

    Mrs. H’ghar,

    One more point. She’s an Indian actress and might be hesitant to get completely naked on screen

  56. mags giantsbabe
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 9:25 am | Permalink

    Wildseed, sounds like the smartest thing you could do ;)
    I like thrillers and horrors largely for the thrill of it. Sometimes they are brilliantly made and other times just scary as hell. How about psychological thrillers?

    The Fourth Kind was unbelievably scary to me. A bit far-fetched, but who would have believed that Sumerian-gods-as-aliens would be so frightening? And then I love M. Night Shyamalan movies, but mentioning this will probably start a debate. I recently sceptically watched the new Cabin in the Woods and actually liked it. The second adjacent story line made it very interesting.

  57. WildSeed
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 8:28 pm | Permalink

    mags giantsbabe,

    I hear you. To each , a thrill exists, IMO.
    Ever fly a large kite at the beach, and get swept away by a gust of wind , kite off
    course and feet dangling above ground ? Get to yell ,Fuck Yeah!, from a guest rental
    window ( Cinque Terre, Italy) that took 92 stairs to reach ( with heavy luggage in
    hand )? Nearly lost my balance hiking a steep trail at Yosemite NP ? These were
    thrills ( almost near horrors ) for me, still can’t get them out of my mind , years
    later.

    Psycho dramas might be interesting, depending on the director and intriguing
    story ( sans extensive brutal scenes). I was quite surprised I watched , Girl with
    the Dragon Tatoo , on cable. That one was interesting and unusual for me to
    like.

    Every now and then tho, I need to believe I’m a descendant of the {COTF }
    Children of the Forest. That’s where George Martin and ASOIAF comes in.
    GreenSeers are awesome !

  58. DH87
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 11:32 pm | Permalink

    WildSeed: I was quite surprised I watched, Girl with the Dragon Tatoo, on cable. That one was interesting and unusual for me to
    like.

    If you liked the Fincher version of DRAGON, check out the original with the remarkable Noomi Rapace, who was robbed of the Oscar IMHO. She didn’t even receiving a nomination, perhaps because the Academy wanted to save a potential nod for one of its darlings, Fincher’s, choice. (Rooney Mara received the nomination.) Rapace, who was Fincher’s first choice, delivers a stunning performance. I don’t think the snub was just because the orig was in Swedish; it was released here, so I believe it was eligible.

  59. Joshua Taylor
    Posted October 22, 2012 at 11:44 pm | Permalink

    DH87,

    I heard that because the Swedish Millenium films were a tv miniseries before they were edited down into feature film length or released as feature films (I’m not sure) is the main reason why the Swedish films were ineligible for Oscar consideration. If anything they may have qualified for Emmys, but the Emmys don’t give a rat’s ass about foreign shows unless its from BBC by way of PBS.

    Personally I thought Mara did a fantastic job as Salander. I thought her interpretation was closest to the book. But Rapace was fantastic in the role there is no doubt. I suppose Mara’s youth is closer to that of the novels is why I prefer the Fincher version, that and Craig’s Blomquist was miles above Lindquist (?)’s bland Blomquist. He was good in MI4 though!

    Rapace has her name out now though so if she gets a meaty role away from box office fare like Sherlock Holmes and Prometheus, she will get her due.

  60. DH87
    Posted October 23, 2012 at 12:46 am | Permalink

    Joshua Taylor,

    Thanks for that clarification— if that’s the case, it’s some comfort. The Swedish version was eligible for the BAFTAs, which typically follows the rules of the Academy, where Rapace lost to Portman, who, rumor had it, did very little of her own dancing (despite getting a lot of mileage from how “authentic” her performance was).

    I agree that Rapace has reaped the benefit from her star turn as the Swedish Salander, but a role like that comes along for actresses only once in a career, sadly, given the current state of Hollywood film making.

    Edit to add: I believe the first Swedish film was an original feature but the two sequels were TV movies. Fincher is having tough going getting the second U.S. film greenlit, despite his mojo.

  61. WildSeed
    Posted October 23, 2012 at 3:37 am | Permalink

    DH87,

    Yes, I heard about the Swedish version with actress Rapace, but not the controversy.

    On a different note, I’ve just re-watched Melacholia for the 3rd time, after swearing
    that I hated it at first. Director Lars von Trier’s work always affect me that way, the
    same happened with Dogville and Manderlay. I seem to have a love-hate thing going
    on there. Stellan Skarsgard was his finest in GWTDT.

  62. mags giantsbabe
    Posted October 23, 2012 at 4:04 am | Permalink

    I found the swedish versions to be the best IMO, although loved what David Fincher did.

    Wildseed, try Shutter Island, Leonardo DiCaprio is great in it. Greenseers are awesome. I can’t wait to see the Reeds. And your thrills definitely sound better than mine. I think I just need to get out more.

    I sometimes wonder if Jon himself isn’t a greenseer.

  63. Ruth Nieves
    Posted October 23, 2012 at 1:18 pm | Permalink

    Al Swearengen,

    I thought it was hilarious when she said she couldn’t wait to see his death scene…like wow…can’t wait to see you killed off! I’m sure she didn’t mean it like that but it sounded funny…

  64. DH87
    Posted October 23, 2012 at 2:35 pm | Permalink

    WildSeed: Stellan Skarsgard was his finest in GWTDT.

    Stellan would have made the perfect Blomquist; Fincher needed the box office draw of Craig to get the film made, however. I agree about Melancholia; Alex has played so many “perfect bridegrooms” (Om Sara, anyone?) that soon he will be typecast. Von Trier is his own worst enemy.

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