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Article and interview here
How much TV do you watch?
A lot in the car on my iPad while travelling between Cardiff, where we film Doctor Who, and London… Poldark, Inside No 9, Location, Location, Location — I’m house-hunting and want to call Kirstie and Phil so they can help me!
Are you a sci-fi fan?
I prefer the epic whimsical storytelling in Who rather than the sci-fi. I do like fantasy adventure though – I love Game of Thrones.
Was it weird watching your boyfriend Richard Madden playing Robb Stark in Game of Thrones?
No, not at all. He was so different in it accent-wise and costume-wise that I forgot it was him and enjoyed it as a viewer. He’s Scottish and so normal, nothing like Robb at all!
Who do you want to win the Radio Times Audience Award?
Sherlock. It never fails to surprise and challenge.
Short article from here
For the record, Jenna Coleman has not left – and is not leaving – Doctor Who. Well, not just yet. “My contract came up last year and I decided that because I’d only done one series with Peter [Capaldi], I wanted a bit more time to explore that relationship. Also, he’s the Gandalf of Doctor Who! He seems to have that mythical thing about him, and we’re great buddies behind the scenes.” Talking about where her character, Clara, might go next is virtually impossible, she says. “You pick up a script and get a sniff of where things are going, but any speculation Peter and I have, the story never goes in that direction.” Favourite current show: Inside No 9 – I love that kind of dark satire. Reality TV show you’d appear on: I’ve been asked to do a couple, but turned them down – much to my grandmother’s disappointment. Fantasy TV job Ruth Wilson’s Jane Eyre or Zoe Kazan’s role in Olive Kitteridge. I seem to like really volatile parts.
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Doctor Who‘s Jenna Coleman and Game Of Thrones‘ Charles Dance have been set for Me Before You, the Thea Sharrock-directed adaptation of the Jojo Moyes bestseller for MGM and New Line. They join GOT‘s Emilia Clarke and Hunger Games‘ Sam Claflin. Sharrock is the acclaimed theater director of Broadway’s Equus and the BBC miniseries The Hollow Crow. Moyes wrote the script with The Fault In Our Stars‘ duo Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber. Karen Rosenfelt is producing with Alison Owen and Sue Baden-Powell is exec producer.
The film tells the story of two very different characters: Lou (Clarke), a small town girl caught between dead-end jobs; and Will (Claflin), a high-profile, successful man who becomes wheelchair bound following an accident. Will has decided his life is not worth living until Lou is hired for six months to be his new caretaker. Worlds apart and trapped together by circumstance, the two get off to a rocky start. Lou becomes determined to prove to Will that life is worth living and as they embark on a series of adventures together, each finds their world changing in ways neither of them could begin to imagine.
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