Julian Dykmans, lien to tail from our Photo Annual 2009.
Have you ever thought that we get so caught up with fictional characters and celebrities because they don’t interact with us. They don’t judge, insult, or upset us. They don’t show dislike for us personally. But if we knew them, they would do these things, just like the people we know in real life.
annabeth chase orhermione granger
luna lovegood orhermione granger
Got to watch a boatload of Kate Todd NCIS episodes yesterday (thank you, USA Network NCIS marathon!). Had never seen Sasha Alexander on NCIS, so I was quite interested to see her in that role.
I would love to ask her how she approached the audition for Maura Isles, because I was quite surprised at how different she interpreted both roles. What did she read, and how did she read it? What did she see in Maura and how did she present her in the audition? I ask because I kept looking for acting quirks that she uses in both characters and really couldn’t see any- just a great performance in both roles that are quite different from each other. I’ll be interested to see what she does after Rizzoli & Isles, because if Kate/Maura are anything to go by, she seems to look for different challenges, rather than picking the same kind of roles.
I was quite impressed.
Yes. I found it quite hard at first to get an impression of what she is like herself because she creates such different characters for each role. I personally think it’s her biggest strength as an actor.
sorry boys, but I already got my eyes on a guy who’s not interested
Korsak: I know going easy on a suspect for political reasons is not your style.
Jane: That’s one way to put it.
Korsak: Hence my concern. About your ability to control your face.
Jane: I…I have excellent face control. Even with lying, cheating husbands.
Frankie: Oh, yeah. You’re like Buddha on the lotus.
Jane: Shut up. Traitor.
Rizzoli and Isles: 1x01 (See One, Do One, Teach One)You’d tell me if you were a cyborg, right?
Maura: “Wasn’t that a little terse?”