I want to be a character actor, I think. It’s probably because I’ve just watched five of his movies in a row, but for a lot of my life, I’ve wanted to work with Wes Anderson. All of his characters are really eccentric and interesting. I want to move into playing people so far from me that it’s difficult to find myself in that person. Because, with a character like Sansa, the lines have been blurring for years and I find myself in a bit of an identity crisis as to who I am - whether I’m Sansa or Sophie. I think it would be really fun and challenging for me to do something so beyond who I am. I’m just trying to push myself at the moment and find different characters that are so far-fetched that it would really become a project to become that person.
Kit told me in the fifth season he was going, and that was it. So I wrote a long heartfelt letter about how I was going to miss him, and how much I loved working with him. And then he came back the next season and was like, ‘Your letter’s so funny, I’ve still got it, it’s hilarious’. - Sophie Turner. (requested)
When I hear women say “I’m definitely not a
feminist.“ and “I think the man should work and the woman should stay
home with the kids.“ I always think: “No, we should all have the same
political, social and economic rights.“ People who say they’re not
feminists are nuts. For me it’s natural.
Some days I want to look like a hipster kid, and then other days I want to be prim and proper. I really wish I had, like, seven lives so I could go from being a hipster one day to a punk the next. But that’s the great thing about fashion. In a way, it’s like acting, because you can try on all these different roles.
I’ve managed to maintain a certain level of privacy, which is good because that doesn’t keep me from using social media. I don’t consider myself “famous.” I think I’m a grounded, normal person. Fame hasn’t changed me at all.