It’s a mix bag of tricks today with a 2 items in 1 post
First up is a Q&A done by Access Hollywood with Kristen Bauer Van Straten. Now they covered a wide range of topics from attending the premiere of “Magic Mike” to her up coming trip to Kenya for her documentary on elephant poaching. … and how she felt filming the flashback scenes with Alex.
Kristin: I have such comfort with Alex and such trust that I just kept trying to picture what I wanted the scene to look like, because we’ve waited so long for this… We’ve known Pam for the last five years, and she’s 100-and-some-years-old. We know that she’s pretty unapologetic, she’s pretty blunt, she’s pretty harsh, she really only has affection for one person and then [as an actress, I] work my way backwards and go, ‘Wait a minute, what would be the genesis of that? How do I find the vulnerability? I have to show the vulnerability because we have to understand why she leapt into this other life and chose it.’
I personally was cracking up over this bit when talking about kissing Alex, particularly Mariana Klaveno and Stephen Moyer’s reaction to watching them film it.
Kristin: Yeah, I know. [But] for some reason, it didn’t feel weird… But Stephen [Moyer, who plays Bill Compton] and Mariana Klaveno [who plays Lorena]… they were standing right outside the doorway to that room in the brothel… So we kiss and [Alex] sort of scoops me and twirls me out of the scene — one of my legs is incredibly tangled up inside the skirts… I’m battling with this fabric and six inches from Stephen and Mariana who are staring at us like they’re watching their parents make out.
Kristin: I look at them and go, ‘What?’ and they go, ‘It’s like watching our parents kiss.’ I’m like, ‘What do you mean by that!’ So there’s always this difference between the experience of filming it and then what it looks like, and I felt like when I watched it that it was good. It was perfect.
There is a bit more and I invite you to check it out here!
Remember, curiosity killed the cat. So click the link if you dare.
What did you think? Some of what I read, we already knew was coming down the line. I found a certain number to be vague enough to cause panic in some of us. It’s all a matter of interpretation… and with the complexities of the English language, there are way to many interpretations to panic. I for one, don’t think my TV is in any danger tonight of me throwing anything at it
The good news is we wont have long to speculate because the east coast airing is only a couple of hours away.
Till then, lovers!