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Madurai, India, August 28, 2014
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Kerala Backwaters, Kochi and Waterfall on the road to Madurai, India, August 27, 2014
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Kerala Backwaters, Kochi and Waterfall on the road to Madurai, India, August 27, 2014
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Kerala Backwaters, Kochi and Waterfall on the road to Madurai, India, August 27, 2014
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Kerala Backwaters, Kochi and Waterfall on the road to Madurai, India, August 27, 2014
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Kerala Backwaters, Kochi and Waterfall on the road to Madurai, India, August 27, 2014
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Kerala Backwaters, Kochi and Waterfall on the road to Madurai, India, August 27, 2014
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Kerala Backwaters, Kochi and Waterfall on the road to Madurai, India, August 27, 2014
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Kerala Backwaters, Kochi and Waterfall on the road to Madurai, India, August 27, 2014
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Kerala Backwaters, Kochi and Waterfall on the road to Madurai, India, August 27, 2014

By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down
Yeah we wept, when we remembered Zion.


Yesterday, we drove from Kochi to Madurai, a 10-hour drive (counting a short dinner break) mostly on narrow serpentine mountain roads. When the night was pitch black, which occurs early here (around 8pm), our driver put Boney M on yo keep us and himself awake, and you can bet I sang along By The Rivers of Babylon. It might have been exhausting, but it was a dilightful ride as Astan, our driver, was incredibly nice and told us all about the vast state of Kerala. Also: Boney M!

Interviewer: I was just curious if you guys wanted to have more sex on the film…

When Ava got back to NZ, she finally watched the film upon my suggestion and then texted me: “Thanks for the Lesbian Sentimental Education babe. You can keep your desktop pic [Lena Headey surrounded by flowers]. I now have the same. And I love lillies.” I sent her lillies the next day!

Why do you want Cersei to stick around? I love Cersei. For one, I think Lena Headey gives such an amazing performance, and she brings so many different layers to it. It’s a fascinating character. Like, she can be the most terrifying and yet, at the same time, the humanity peaks through. At the end of the day, she’s really a mother protecting her own, you know, and trying to survive as a woman in that environment, as well as that family, it can’t be easy. - Pedro Pascal

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