what the fuck is this interview
Q: Does Brienne have any respect for Jaime?
Christie: I think when we first see – -
Coster-Waldau: What was difficult was when we did the scenes, you had to work so hard to get rid of your private personal respect for me. That took a while.
Christie: I don’t think you’re well. I think you’re having a psychotic episode.
Coster-Waldau: No, I’ve been asleep for three roundtables and suddenly I woke up. Please answer the question.
Coster-Waldau: Also Kingsguard, right?
Coster-Waldau: No, but there is a difference though.
Christie: Yes, but she wants to be a knight.
Coster-Waldau: You were Renly’s guard, right?
Christie: Yeah, I was one of his Kingsguard.
Coster-Waldau: And he is too. And he’s done the opposite of that.
Christie: Do you think I wasn’t establishing the point efficiently enough? You thought that you had to drag it over to show some kind of dominance?
Coster-Waldau: No. As always, I was just trying to help you.
Christie: I’m really sorry you had to witness this.
who even knows
Coster-Waldau: Gwen, God, you have to get out of that fantasy world. What really happened, I found this broken woman. Well, you weren’t in tears, but so insecure and scared and afraid of the work and I said, “Listen, we’re just actors. We need to bond. We need to spend some time together. You shouldn’t be afraid.”
Christie: Nikolaj takes 10% of my income and is my guru.
Coster-Waldau: No, that’s not true. I wouldn’t do that. You do get to bring me coffee, but that was because you like to.
Christie: And carry your handbag.