As female lover of all things Theatre and Literature, the ramblings that spew forth from my fingers often boggle my mind. So without further ado, I shall attempt to express myself through poetry, quotes pictures and all around frivolity.
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So just a forewarning, sexuality being a large piece of who I am there will be long discussions and pictures that may not be suitable for those under the age of 18. Please be sure to use your discretion when reading and looking.
"And I remember when I got screentested with this character they actually flew me to Los Angeles to meet with Travis - Travis got cast probably a week before me - and they wanted a chemistry read with me and him. And I called up my agent and I’m like ‘What does that mean?’ and they were like ‘They just want to see if you have chemistry’ and I’m like ‘Okay’. And so we had this scene where I’m lying in bed with him and I tell him that I want to ride him like a bull. And it’s written as that I want to ride him like a bull, like a wild bull - which are my lines, which are [laughs] so awkward to say. And I remember I was in the office and all the executives in suits were like, lined up and I’m like ‘Okay, they want chemistry. Screw it’. So I like, grabbed the back of his neck [acts out the movement] and I just laid one on him and totally, um, gave him a big, fat smooch. [Laughs.] And if they wanted chemistry, they probably got it."
- Katheryn Winnick on the chemistry between her and Travis Fimmel
Hugh: I had a producer throw an ashtray at me once. Matthew: What?! Go into it! Travis: Were you smoking? [All laughing] Hugh: It was for a… uh, I’m sure it was never made, but it was going to be about Spartans, a TV thing. I was talking back and forth with the director and the producer jumped in, he was obviously very frustrated. I think he just wanted to cast an American. He was like, “Look, all these American actors are in really good shape and you guys are going to have to be running up and down the beach and things like that in this show and…”