[On auditioning during pilot season in Los Angeles] It was great because I never had a gap year or anything like that. You’d get a pilot that was set in a 1930s jazz bar and you’d go off and just look into that for a day, even if it wasn’t a part you’d get in a million years; I enjoyed the process and just reading different scripts. I came back to England a lot more fearless. [x]
Top Favorite Film Costumes (pre-1980) part 2 of 3 asked by severusalways part 1
The royal ballgown in My Fair Lady (1964) Star Wars' (1977) futuristic white ensemble The gown that won a King’s heart, The King & I (1956) Marilyn’s scandalous dress in Some like it Hot (1959) 'Give her my love' dress in To Have and Have Not (1944) Wizard of Oz (1939) was all about Glinda’s dress How to seduce your gay husband lingerie Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) In West Side Story (1961) it’s the girl and her dress that steal the movie
"We’d probably all like some of Ygritte’s feistiness – to be a lethal shot, to scale mountains and glaciers with nothing but an ice pick, to antagonise the guy we fancy into bed as she did with Jon Snow. It was fun for me because, in real life, I’m much more shy. Maybe I’m hoping the roles will rub off on me because to live life with that degree of passion and certainty would be wonderful."
"Dear diary… Today a pretty lady asked me if I liked to dance, but I managed to play it cool and say no. This has been yet another successful interaction with a member of the fairer sex… I think it’s safe to say that I am an expert at ladies now. - Darcy”