Richard Madden gives his best Thinker face in this new shot from the March 2015 issue of Nylon.
The 28-year-old actor opened up about his rising fame, Game of Thrones and Cinderella. Check it:
On his growing fame: “Being in other countries was when I realized Game of Thrones was so big, because in my head I just shot a little TV show in Ireland. You’re walking around in Paris or Rome and strangers want to take a selfie with you, and you’re like, ‘Oh shit, this is kind of big.’”
On his parents watching him die onscreen on GoT: “It’s f***ing heartbreaking because I don’t think my mum and dad—particularly my mum—can ever separate it as if it’s not me. It’s always me.”
On preparing for a role: “When I’m not working, I’m either getting thin and fit to do a job, or, if I don’t have to be working out every day, I can get fat and drink beer.”
On the press tour for Cinderella: “I hate all the red carpet stuff. It’s weird, because it’s part of what’s expected of you now. I’m an actor. That’s my job. But actually, no, this has got to be part of my profession. You just suck it up and try and make it as painless as possible.”
“Thank you @TheView . We had a blast,” the guys wrote on Twitter.
Jack Johnsonadded, “last year at this time I was visiting college campuses seeing where I was gonna spend the next 4 years of my life. Now I’m living out in LA with my best friend and we are gonna be on our first nationally aired TV show this week. Thank you guys.”
Tori Kelly drops by the Vevo Headquarters in New York City on Thursday afternoon (February 26).
The 22-year-old singer just debuted her brand new video for “Nobody Love”!
Speaking with Elle mag, Tori opened up about the lead track off her upcoming album.
“I either write them [the lyrics] on my own or it’s a collaboration with other writers. When I walked into the studio, the chorus of ‘Nobody Love’ was already set. For me the challenge was to make it have depth. I wanted it to still be fun and lighthearted to contrast with the heavier and deeper songs that I have [on the album].” she shared.
Tori added, “For me the song is that in this generation, there is a lot of chasing the next thing, or constantly moving on from things and always searching for something better. This song is about the type of love that you just really know is not going anywhere, and you don’t have to search everywhere to look for something better because you’re just happy.”