Headey has now addressed complaints from a small sector of fans over her use of a body double for the scene, telling Entertainment Weekly; "Some people thought I was less of an actress because I didn’t get my tits out. "Because now she really has nothing to lose and she has everything to gain from a horrible position she finds herself in.
Her relationship with Jaime is at an all-time weird level. she's also super emotionally vulnerable in a way she's never been before." "It just keep getting better," she further teased.
The spooky goings-on took place in 17th-century Wentworth Woodhouse in Rotherham, South Yorks, with camera operator Stuart Torevell shown hearing footsteps down a corridor.
Stuart and director Karl Beattie - who is Yvette's husband - proceeded to chase the man down the corridor, only for him to disappear from view.
There's something about this episode that created a visceral reaction in me. ET: From the audience’s standpoint, there was a strong sense that you knew something terrible was going to happen, and that whatever took place, you couldn’t go back from that.
Did you get a similar feeling when you were filming it, first the sex scene and then Catherine’s death?
Asked about her motivation to apply, she stated, "I like to test myself.
” The whole scene is 20 minutes long, there's hardly any dialogue, there's all this intense action and having even been in it and knowing exactly what the outcome is, watching it I was still at the edge of my seat.
Breezy ruffles, tweed skirt, patent boots and cool-girl hair — it’s a bang-up combination.
For the Gucci Chime for Change anniversary event in NYC, Bey went with a simple, tasteful, summery jumpsuit — by Gucci, of course — that reminded us how pretty she is when pared down.
Lena Headey's Cersei; this power-driven woman, seemingly unconquerable in her ruthlessness, despicable in her amorality. And wonderful Rebecca [Van Cleave, Headey’s stand-in] was able to contain herself and be naked." "She found it very difficult, obviously. I film every year and I have kids and they know me now and [being naked in the scene] was just too much on top of that. I didn’t phone it in; I was actually there for three days with Rebecca." Indeed, the actor expressed how the scene was a key turning point for the character, though not necessarily in a move towards humility; "She’s even more self-preservatory.
Yet, when forced under the punishment of adultery to walk naked through the streets of King's Landing, a new side was unveiled. But I know I’m a very emotional actor and I get really driven by that. She can’t believe that happened to her, of all people.