The queen tied to her chair in the northern sky. Who was beautiful but vain, placed in the heavens
by the sea god Poseidon as a punishment for her boasting. In Greek, her
name means “she whose words excel.”
But when I was about 12, I was working on The Horse Whisperer. I’d made probably five or six movies at that point. I was doing a lot of really emotional work - but I remember finding that place of realizing, “Oh, wait, I can manipulate this thing that I’m doing.” I could start to see the colors of the scenes and to understand the nuances of what went into giving a performance. It was this realization that acting was more than just this natural thing—that it was something that you could craft.
“When Jeff said it [3B] was going to be more psychological, that’s much more interesting for me, personally. It’s my taste. Also, it’s fun to play that. Psychology was going to be my minor in college. I’ve always been really interested in the human mind, which is probably why I’m an actor. So, that was really fun ‘cause I knew I’d be very challenged.”
“We all have our stories, and I think I learned at a young age that life isn’t perfect. We are going to battle and we are going to struggle but there still are incredible moments filled with joy and you have to live in those moments."
Anon asked: Favorite Minor Character from Dragon Age - Queen Anora
↳ “I am the daughter of Ferelden’s greatest general. Who do you think truly ruled this nation for the last five years? Cailan? I am what this country needs, not an untrained king who does not even want the throne.“
↳ “I have ruled this nation on Cailan’s behalf for many years. I am a great queen, and as beloved by my people as I love them. Cailan was a good man, but what is needed now is not another good man, but a good ruler.”