Rami Malek photographed by Ben Watts for GQ USA (July 2016)

Malek’s eyes do a lot of the work on Mr. Robot. I ask him if he’s aware of how crazy they can look. “I never think about it. I just try to experience things, and when I get riled up, I know they do involuntary things or get very menacing,” he says. “Even my mom says, ‘You don’t look like my son anymore!’ It’s like they say: The eyes are windows to the soul… I just said that in a GQ interview. Oh fuck.”


John Boyega photographed by The Collaborationist for DuJour

 I’m going back for what’s mine. It’s going to be Revenge of the Boyega. I’m going back to that set and going to be like, “J.J., [give me] the Stormtrooper helmet, the leather jacket, and the lightsaber.”


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John Boyega photographed by Peggy Sirota for GQ


Rami Malek, Portia Doubleday, and Carly Chaikin photographed by Steve Schofield for Emmy Magazine

When I first read it, I knew that Sam was creating a new world. I mean…the tone, how it is shot, the writing, that the characters are not simple… and it was just invigorating. As soon as I was done reading the pilot, I was like, wow, this is going to be something special. - Portia Doubleday


Rami Malek photographed by Eric Ray Davidson for The Hollywood Reporter

In the breakdowns, I’d always just look for someone quirky or weird — that’s what I’m going to go in for, surely. I resented it for a while, and then I thought, “This is something to be proud of, that you can be that kind of outsider in anything.” But at first I was like, “Here we go again.”


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