Il y a tellement d’interview ce soir que je n’ai pas le temps de tout traduire, en voici la liste et quelques extraits :
When you read about something good happening for your character, do you read the next script, waiting for the other shoe to drop?
MITCHELL: No. As soon as something good happens to your character, you do a little happy dance You don’t want to find out what happens next. You’re like, “This is awesome!” You invest yourself in that prospect and in that storyline. The way our scripts are unrolling, something big happens in pretty much every episode. Maybe not something big for each character, but there’s generally a pretty big revelation in every episode, and that’s exciting. Speaking for myself, I very much enjoy each new script, as it comes in, and I enjoy it, at the time. I’m obviously aware that things are going to change, but you’ve got to savor the moment.
Access: Something else going on in the episode is flashback sequences involving new hairdos for some of the older guys on the show. Which one have you liked the most? They are hilarious on Simon and Mark…
Luke: They are hilarious. I kind of like them all. I like the way they style Jedekiah’s hair for the younger days. It makes him look so nerdy, but that’s, of course, just his hair. The wig that they put on Simon is fantastic. It kind of reminds me of an old lady’s hair that you’d see at bingo or something like that. … When you go into the hair and makeup trailer, there’s all these wigs lying around and so the cast generally put them on and take photos, so we’ve got a photo wall in there of different people wearing different wigs and it’s just fantastic.
I can’t let you go without talking about the love triangle. Executive Producer Phil Klemmer said every fan will have a favorite moment coming up, so what can you tell me about what’s store for the romantic futures of these characters?
It’s not going to be at the forefront of anything. John’s got much bigger things to worry about, [so] it’s on the back burner but it definitely doesn’t disappear. I think I concur when you brought up the fact that Phil [Klemmer] mentioned that fans, no matter who you ship, you’ll have an episode or you’ll have a storyline that you’re going to like. There is more John and Astrid stuff coming up; there’s a lot of John and Cara coming up. There’s Stephen and, well, everyone. [Laughs] Yeah, things get very complicated. I don’t even know what shape to call the love … hexagon? There’s a lot of entanglements and confusion and stuff. It’s on the back burner because they’re talking about the end of the world, but in saying that, the end of the world can actually bring people together.