JImmy: You know what was really disturbing on the show, was when you had to eat the horse heart.
I think it’s important to have people who aren’t actors around you. You get a warped view if you stay in it for too long. […] I spent most of my life watching HBO series wishing at some point in my career I might be able to work with them and then having the opportunity so young is kind of awesome. I was trying to keep cool throughout the audition process, but it’s by far the biggest thing I’ve ever done. I’m a year out of drama school, so I’m very, very lucky. My character […] goes through the biggest journey possible. She starts off as this very submissive, exiled princess, then by the end she’s kicking ass. I’ll immerse myself so much into the character that I won’t have time to get starstruck.
Amy Pond: It’s… Beautiful…