Statistically, if you’re going to be murdered, your killer will be someone you know. An acquaintance, a friend, a family member, your lover. Why is that? Why are we more inclined to hurt the ones we love the most?
“I would hate someone else to play Sansa, so I can’t imagine how Famke [Janssen] feels. I emailed her straight away to say, ‘Are we cool?’ I thought she did an incredible job so I said, ‘I hope I can do justice to your character.’ She sent me such a lovely reply – ‘I’m handing that honor over to you’ – that I cried" - Sophie Turner for Edit Magazine
Let me show you what is being hidden, Ms Grey. I have here a list of names of identified mutants… living right here in the United States. Senator Kelly– Now here’s a girl in Illinois who can walk through walls. Now, what’s to stop her from walking into a bank vault or into the White House or into their houses? Senator Kelly– And there are even rumours, Ms Grey, of mutants so powerful that they can enter our minds and control our thoughts, taking away our God-given free will. I think the American people deserve the right to decide whether they want their children to be in school with mutants, to be taught by mutants. Ladies and gentlemen, the truth is that mutants are very real, and they are among us. We must know who they are and above all, we most know what they can do.