Connect with us

Interview

“Everyone’s entitled to an opinion” says Gwendoline Christie about Kit Harington’s “Critics can go f**k themselves” comment

Avatar

Published

on

"Everyone’s entitled to an opinion" says Gwendoline Christie about Kit Harington's "Critics can go f*** themselves" comment

Game of Thrones has been surrounded by controversy this year, with Season 8 having received a lot of criticism. The show has been practically “review bombed” into the “rotten” category by angry fans who have a serious problem with the writing. One of the lead stars, Kit Harington has also said that the critics can “go f**k themselves.” Now, Gwendoline Christie, who played Brienne of Tarth, has commented on Kit’s comment. Read on!

Gwendoline Christie feels fans will need therapy after watching Game Of Thrones Season 8

In a recent interview, citing the work that went into making the show, Kit Harington had said that the critics of the show that don’t like it can “go f*** themselves”. Christie was recently asked about this comment in an interview with The Sunday Times. She responded with a laugh, saying:

“He’s funny. Everyone’s entitled to an opinion — people have been very invested.”

She also discussed Brienne’s story arc and character development:

“For that unconventional character, who never dared to hope for too much for herself, to end up with influence? It’s special. She will bring a great practicality to politics.”

With regards to Brienne’s ‘fling’ with Jaime Lannister, she also addressed that the ending wasn’t meant for everybody:

“But when people come out of a war, as Brienne had, their behaviour changes, and a strong idea of one’s mortality causes you to expose parts of yourself you had concealed. Not everyone is able to be strong all of the time, so we looked at the messiness of what it is to be human.”

What do you guys think? Talk to us in the comments, down below!


0 0 vote
Article Rating





1 Comment
1 Comment
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Cat Currie
Cat Currie
1 year ago

I’m with Kit Harrington they worked their asses off and people who can’t do any better slate them.

Interview

Nathalie Emmanuel addresses Hollywood’s response to Black Lives Matter

Avatar

Published

on

Nathalie Emmanuel addresses Hollywood’s response to Black Lives Matter

The human race has often been divided and fought amongst themselves throughout history. Sometimes they fight over religion, colour, money and throne (like in Game of Thrones). The Red Wedding year 2020 sparked a series of protests following the killing of George Floyd in May. Many Game of Thrones Stars supported the movement that followed, Black Lives Matter, including Nathalie Emmanuel.

Nathalie Emmanuel expressed her concern about Hollywood’s response to the movement while shooting for Rollacoaster Magazine. She said, “I’m excited to see how Hollywood and the world responds to the Black Lives Matter movement.”

Nathalie Emmanuel addresses Hollywood’s response to Black Lives Matter

I’m really interested to see if people’s outrage is real or whether it was just performative, and whether we see actual change within society.”

She continued, “Also from the industry point of view – for entertainment, TV, film and media – I’m sort of curious to see how that pans out. I’m hopeful but also with a healthy amount of scepticism because sometimes it comes and goes, and there’s a few movies that get made and are great, and then it dies off again.” 

Game of Thrones’ Missandei fame is skeptical to see an actual change. She explains, “For me, I’m looking for the more behind-the-scenes action: the crew, the writers, the producers, the filmmakers themselves or the directors themselves becoming more inclusive. I’m skeptical to protect my own heart.” 

The discrimination based on skin-colour still prevails in our society. It is one of the markers that shows how much more we have to develop as human beings. What do you think of the Black Lives Matter movement? Talk to us in the comments below!


5 1 vote
Article Rating





Continue Reading

Interview

Emilia Clarke improvised this iconic Game of Thrones speech in just 10 minutes!

Avatar

Published

on

Emilia Clarke improvised an entire speech on Game of Thrones in just 10 minutes!

The story of Game of Thrones becomes even more intriguing as fans come to know of more secrets about the show. Entertainment Weekly editor James Hibberd’s book Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon dives deep into such behind-the-screen mysteries previously unknown to the audience. The book contains detailed interviews with the cast and crew of the show. There have been many interesting revelations, including the unaired pilot of the series. The book describes another secret, the skilfulness of actress Emilia Clarke.

Director Jeremy Podeswa recounted one of Daenerys’ scenes in Hibberd’s book. The scene where Daenerys ordered the execution of one of three Meereenese noblemen was originally shot in English.

“Then [showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss] came down – they were watching the scene being shot – and they said, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if the scene was in Valyrian?’” Podeswa recalled.

Emilia Clarke improvised an entire speech on Game of Thrones in just 10 minutes!

“There’s usually a lot of preparation for that sort of thing and so much consideration that goes into it. She had quite a big monologue before she sets the guy on fire,” Podeswa continued. “I went over to Emilia and I was like, ‘I know this is a really big ask, but do you think you could figure out a way to do this in Valyrian?’ She said, ‘Yeah, sure, I think I can do this.’ And I’m all, “Really?” She went off and cobbled together things that [Daenerys] had said in the past that made sense. She came back in 10 minutes and had this whole monologue down.”

“I just had to hand it to Emilia for taking on the challenge and making it completely credible,” Podeswa added. “It wasn’t tracking perfectly in Valyrian, but no fan ever noticed it. She did an amazing job.”

What do you think of Emilia’s feat? Tell us in the comments below!


0 0 vote
Article Rating





Continue Reading

Interview

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau talks about his favourite football club and his reaction to Game of Thrones ending

Avatar

Published

on

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau talks about his favourite football club and his reaction to Game of Thrones closure

Game of Thrones ended more than a year ago, leaving fans and the cast emotionally wrecked, alike. Fans miss the amazing fantasy show dearly. The cast, having worked for nearly 10 years together, feel a part of them missing. However, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who played the evil-turned-good knight Jaime Lannister thinks differently. The actor talked to the Independent on various topics in a candid interview. The conversation ranged from his favourite football club to his reaction to Game of Thrones’ ending.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau talks about his favourite football club and his reaction to Game of Thrones closure

The 50-year-old actor revealed Leeds United was his favourite football club. He said, “I love Leeds United football club, but I won’t be depressed for days if they lose.” Waldau displayed the same amount of professionalism when asked about missing Game of Thrones.

Nikolaj revealed he doesn’t miss playing Jaime Lannister. He is done talking about the show and wanted fans to move on and appreciate his other works as well. He quips wryly, “Shall I be honest now? What I think you’d want to hear if I were you is, ‘Oh God, I was depressed for weeks; it was so difficult to get over it.’ We’d spent 10 years together so, by virtue of that, it was an emotional moment because it suddenly came to an end. But half an hour later?”

He continued with a shrug, “It took me 10 years to understand things come to a natural end. Now, I’m just an old, cynical, cold-hearted man.”

What do you think of Nikolaj Coster-Waldau’s attitude? Tell us in the comments below!


0 0 vote
Article Rating





Continue Reading

Latest

Trending

1
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x

Subscribe To The Citadel Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from the Citadel.

You have Successfully Subscribed!