I am getting my LIFE from Outlander.
Oh, and his acting choices. I’ll give you an example. When I got back from Blackwater and I was on the rock and burnt to bits, we rehearsed that scene. And this is a man I’ve been breaking my back for for a long time. His first line was, “I thought you were dead.” And most actors, they’d stand up and there’d be a moment of recognition, that one of the family had returned.
Stephen decides he’ll sit down, with his back to me, and he just looked over his shoulder for a moment when he says, “I thought you were dead.” He gave me nothing! That was really brave, because most would go for sympathy or emotion, but Stephen has no desire to be liked. He just doesn’t give a fuck!
But for me, it’s brilliant for the scene! Because that’s how my character feels, like, “Is that all I’m going to get?!” It’s a wonderful, wonderful thing we have, that power shift. Stephen’s a joy, a joy.
Liam Cunningham about Stephen Dillane (via ravenofstars)
WHAT THE FUCK JUST HAPPENED
Ugh I feel so bad for Aimee Richardson right now she must be gutted
Overall Rating: 9/10 Tyrions in a barrel…crate…whatever. gdi.
I really loved this episode. It had everything I liked about Game of Thrones in it and nothing that I really hate, though the book wanker in me was clearing my throat a few times.
I legitimately didn’t know at some points what was going to happen, or how it was going to go down which was exciting. Some things I had hoped for happened, and some did not (SMH!!!!!!!!) but I thought it was a really well-paced, eventful episode.
ASOS is my favorite book of the series, so seeing things wrap up was CRAY! I don’t remember hardly anything from the next two books without wiki help, so I’m looking forward into venturing into the darkness with you all! Yasss!!!!!!
STUFF THAT HAPPENED, PROFANITY AS USUAL, LOBSTER KINGS and MORE!
Got S4: Where’s Walda?