I’m definitely considering having a new layout set ordered for the front page and the gallery with these photos, so stay tuned for that! If you repost the scans, please remember to credit the site, I did lightly tag them but still as I did purchase it that would be smashing – thanks.
UPDATED: Mark Kassen (Puncture) is set to star in indie feature Alone, about Freeman, a 35-year-old veteran battling PTSD who finds kindness and comfort in the company of a rebellious New York City high school student, much to her father’s dismay. Game of Thrones‘ Sophie Turner has been cast as said teenager, Penelope. Ray Liotta is set to play her disapproving father. Matthew Coppola (Fresh Cut Grass, The Patient) wrote and will direct the Like Minded Entertainment production with Mark Olsen, Iliana Nikolic, and Kassen producing. The film is set to shoot next month in NYC.
Kassen is currently acting in and producing 1:30 Train, directed by and starring his Puncture star Chris Evans. Ray Liotta recently appeared in The Place Beyond The Pines and will be seen in upcoming pics Kill the Messenger and Muppets Most Wanted. Turner, who plays Sansa Stark on HBO’s Game Of Thrones, is currently filming Barely Lethal opposite Hailee Steinfeld, Jessica Alba, and Samuel L. Jackson. She also stars in Fox International’s mystery-thriller Another Me from writer-director Isabel Coixet. .
The BBC has released a new trailer for the season of upcoming dramas on BBC Two as part of their Autumn/Winter line up.
The line up of dramas that form part of BBC Two’s Autumn/Winter schedule that are included in this trailer include Peaky Blinders, the 1920s gangster drama which is currently airing on the channel; the second season of Line of Duty; The Thirteenth Tale, a 90 minute adaptation of the Diane Setterfield novel starring Vanessa Redgrave and Olivia Colman; Legacy, an adaptation of the Alan Judd novel of the same name; and Turks & Caicos and Salting The Battlefield, the final two parts of The Worricker Trilogy.
I’ve also posted captures of Sophie from the trailer in the gallery:
Sophie Turner is continuing to make inroads in a film career, joining Hailee Steinfeld, Jessica Alba and Samuel L. Jackson in Barely Lethal. Kyle Newman directs the action comedy written by John D’Arco that centers on a 16-year-old assassin (Steinfeld) who fakes her own death in pursuit of a “normal” adolescence.
RKO Pictures, Hopscotch Pictures and Brett Ratner’s Rat Entertainment produce.
Turner will play an undercover agent who enrolls in high school to help capture the teen.
Turner, who has played Sansa Stark on HBO’s Game Of Thrones since the series’ inception, is making her feature film debut starring in Isabel Coixet’s supernatural thriller Another Me, the Fox International pic that has a berth at next month’s Rome Film Festival.
She is repped by CAA and Independent Talent Group.
And it paid off! I’ve pieced together the scans myself so if you use them or post them elsewhere please be sure to credit us here! Sophie looks amazing in this new photoshoot with the magazine and I always love getting to read her new answers to the Q&A portions.
Young TV star Sophie Turner hates watching herself on TV.
When her parents tune in to see the hit HBO fantasy epic Game of Thrones, she has to go into another room.
The 17–year–old actress plays Sansa Stark in the US TV show but despite her steep rise to fame, she still lives with her mum and dad at their home near Leamington Spa.
“I really dislike watching myself on screen. I am very insecure about my acting. We are our own biggest critics. I have to sit in another room to my parents when they watch it,” she says, cringing.
“They love it.”
But the teenager need not worry – her acting has won her millions of fans and a Young Artist Award nomination as Best Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series.
Sophie was just 13 when she was cast as Sansa, the eldest daughter of the ill–fated Stark family. But she was already an experienced member of Warwick–based Playbox Theatre.
“I first started acting when I was three and joined Playbox Theatre. That was how my obsession grew. I am still in Playbox.
“My first lead was in a production called Scary Play directed by Stewart McGill, who is amazing,” she explains.
“Playbox is a fun environment. It’s not just a place for kids to hang around and be silly. We are all very serious about acting. They do not mould you into the actor they want, but let you be yourself.”
Sophie’s mum Sally, a former nursery school teacher, explains: “Two of the most memorable productions Sophie was in at Playbox were Red and Se7en, which was circus based; and at school she was very funny as the scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz.”
Sophie auditioned for the part of Sansa at King’s High School in Warwick, where she was a pupil.
She says: “Playbox put me up for a lot of auditions, but it was through my drama teacher at school I heard about the Game of Thrones audition. The casting director knew about the drama department at our school.
“I had four more call backs in London. It was really intense, but fun. I did a lot of chemistry tests with other people – the last one was with Maisie (Williams) who plays Arya. She is lovely.”
The rest of the interview with Sophie can be found here: CoventryTelegraph