Game Of Thrones 6 Cast Sophie Turner & Natalie Dormer Discusses Their Character

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Well in the recent circles of interview and news coverage by Entertainment Weekly, for the upcoming Game Of Thrones Season 6 has brought out another such interview featuring Natalie Dormer talking about her character Margaery and her actions in the situation she was left with in the previous season and what changes is to take place the upcoming season 6. On the other side, the same moment GQ covered an interview with Sophie Turner, the one who plays the exploited elder stark girl, Sansa Stark who brings up the point about her characters behavior and sprit she would possess the coming season 6.

Game Of Thrones Season 6 Sophie Turner & Natalie Dormer

To begin with, Margaery part in the last season was quite dreadful as we see her getting thrown into the prison by none other than the recent time only person who gave the Lannister family a tough time, the well-established faith militant leader, “High Sparrow” and now that we have seen what has been taking place earlier, it really would be interesting what’s to come in the season 6, for which even Dormer in the interview with Entertainment Weekly elaborating over her character she said, Over the five years that I’ve played Margaery we’ve seen in her in a lot of sticky situations, but she’s never been out of her depth. She’s always given the impression, at least, of being a step ahead. In season 6, you see her genuinely fearful of how best to handle the situation. She is scared and uncertain. She starts to look unrecognizable in places.But then what stands out as much more terrible and haunting to Maergery according to Dormer is the punishment that was proved to Cersei Lannister and that it might come to her ways too.

“The Walk of Shame looms large in Margaery’s brain, that somebody as powerful and savvy and veteran as Cersei can be taken down that way. Margaery doesn’t have the normal comfort zone of courtly politics, being thrown in a jail cell has psychologically broken her, to a certain extent. It’s definitely brought her down, made her desperate.”

Though hating the fact of her getting behind the bar, upon being a queen to the present King of the Seven Kingdome “Tommen Baratheon” and imprisonment making her hate the character of High Sparrow in the show, she quite admires and praise Jonathan Pire for his screen depiction of this religious leader…

Jonathan Pryce is the best sparring partner any actor could have a hope to have, He has such an affable, self-deprecating, charismatic manner about him, and the way Jonathan plays the character come across so sincere. He’s not like any other man Margaery has had to handle, where she could just throw her sensuality at him, or use their greed or ego against them – the most common human foibles. The High Sparrow indulges none of these things. She’s trying to work out whether he’s for real. There’s a bit of ‘who’s bluffing who.’”

Further, she even goes on speaking about the context of the conflict over Maergery and Cersei Lannister, to read further do check out the whole of candid Interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Well the interview that Sophie Turner gave to the GQ came out to be light and quite fun as not too many insides hard stuffs from the upcoming season 6 was discussed and talked but then there were few which bring her into answering stuff like her desire for a certain situation to get played or portrayed in the show and also about her co-actors Kit Harington and Maisie Williams and form all those the very initial question began with this…

“On a scale of 1-10, how badly do you wanna see Sansa fuck shit up in the upcoming Season 6?” To which she answered saying, Ten! TEN! Obviously. I want her to raise hell. Another question that she came across was about her screen sister Arya Stark played by Maisie Williams and any desire to wanna portray a bit like and are we going to see any of those…

Ugh, yes. Totally. Like the past five seasons, when Maisie is getting to run around with swords and in trousers and stuff, I’m just like, “Gah. Man, that looks like so much fun!” But Sansa’s never gonna be doing that. Her weapon is her mind. Her intellect. She’s a sharp one.

Continuing she even went on talking about her character’s trademark for what she stands and mostly get to do, “I haven’t had to do much. Now all I do is sit and cry. That’s, like, my thing. Trademark it.”

Now that even Sophie Turner is soon to make presence noted as the mutant Jean Grey in the upcoming X-Man Apocalypse but before that we the fans and viewers would come across a whole different Sansa Stark in this weekend release of HBO’s Game Of Thrones Season 6 at 9 p.m. ET sharp.

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Game Of Thrones 6 Cast Sophie Turner & Natalie Dormer Discusses Their Character

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Well in the recent circles of interview and news coverage by Entertainment Weekly, for the upcoming Game Of Thrones Season 6 has brought out another such interview featuring Natalie Dormer talking about her character Margaery and her actions in the situation she was left with in the previous season and what changes is to take place the upcoming season 6. On the other side, the same moment GQ covered an interview with Sophie Turner, the one who plays the exploited elder stark girl, Sansa Stark who brings up the point about her characters behavior and sprit she would possess the coming season 6.

Game Of Thrones Season 6 Sophie Turner & Natalie Dormer

To begin with, Margaery part in the last season was quite dreadful as we see her getting thrown into the prison by none other than the recent time only person who gave the Lannister family a tough time, the well-established faith militant leader, “High Sparrow” and now that we have seen what has been taking place earlier, it really would be interesting what’s to come in the season 6, for which even Dormer in the interview with Entertainment Weekly elaborating over her character she said, Over the five years that I’ve played Margaery we’ve seen in her in a lot of sticky situations, but she’s never been out of her depth. She’s always given the impression, at least, of being a step ahead. In season 6, you see her genuinely fearful of how best to handle the situation. She is scared and uncertain. She starts to look unrecognizable in places.But then what stands out as much more terrible and haunting to Maergery according to Dormer is the punishment that was proved to Cersei Lannister and that it might come to her ways too.

“The Walk of Shame looms large in Margaery’s brain, that somebody as powerful and savvy and veteran as Cersei can be taken down that way. Margaery doesn’t have the normal comfort zone of courtly politics, being thrown in a jail cell has psychologically broken her, to a certain extent. It’s definitely brought her down, made her desperate.”

Though hating the fact of her getting behind the bar, upon being a queen to the present King of the Seven Kingdome “Tommen Baratheon” and imprisonment making her hate the character of High Sparrow in the show, she quite admires and praise Jonathan Pire for his screen depiction of this religious leader…

Jonathan Pryce is the best sparring partner any actor could have a hope to have, He has such an affable, self-deprecating, charismatic manner about him, and the way Jonathan plays the character come across so sincere. He’s not like any other man Margaery has had to handle, where she could just throw her sensuality at him, or use their greed or ego against them – the most common human foibles. The High Sparrow indulges none of these things. She’s trying to work out whether he’s for real. There’s a bit of ‘who’s bluffing who.’”

Further, she even goes on speaking about the context of the conflict over Maergery and Cersei Lannister, to read further do check out the whole of candid Interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Well the interview that Sophie Turner gave to the GQ came out to be light and quite fun as not too many insides hard stuffs from the upcoming season 6 was discussed and talked but then there were few which bring her into answering stuff like her desire for a certain situation to get played or portrayed in the show and also about her co-actors Kit Harington and Maisie Williams and form all those the very initial question began with this…

“On a scale of 1-10, how badly do you wanna see Sansa fuck shit up in the upcoming Season 6?” To which she answered saying, Ten! TEN! Obviously. I want her to raise hell. Another question that she came across was about her screen sister Arya Stark played by Maisie Williams and any desire to wanna portray a bit like and are we going to see any of those…

Ugh, yes. Totally. Like the past five seasons, when Maisie is getting to run around with swords and in trousers and stuff, I’m just like, “Gah. Man, that looks like so much fun!” But Sansa’s never gonna be doing that. Her weapon is her mind. Her intellect. She’s a sharp one.

Continuing she even went on talking about her character’s trademark for what she stands and mostly get to do, “I haven’t had to do much. Now all I do is sit and cry. That’s, like, my thing. Trademark it.”

Now that even Sophie Turner is soon to make presence noted as the mutant Jean Grey in the upcoming X-Man Apocalypse but before that we the fans and viewers would come across a whole different Sansa Stark in this weekend release of HBO’s Game Of Thrones Season 6 at 9 p.m. ET sharp.

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