I could only find one interview so far. Hopefully more will show up.
Michiel is 13 mins before the end of the live feed!
Posted by Game of Thrones on Sunday, April 10, 2016
Be wary of spoilers!
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One of the best achievements of our show is the combination between what’s real and what’s not. That’s what distinguishes our show from a lot of things, because we try not to separate from reality.
Peter Dinklage: If everything was special effects, we would be on a set right now, instead of the meditarrean coast of Spain. We need this on our skin, the sun, the old castles built by the Moors. I have Spanish dust between my fingers right now. You can’t get that on a set.
Bernadette Caufield: Spain is so massive. Its locations, its views. We could do a kind of itinerant show this year. We had so many new worlds to visit, we went from the north side of Spain to the south.
Although it doesn’t contain Michiel’s character, it’s more about the movie so I wanted to post it anyway.
EW – In new thriller The Invitation (in theaters and on VOD April 8), Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus) plays a Los Angeleno named Will who is invited to a dinner party by his ex-wife and, in the course of the evening, becomes consumed with paranoia, as a new clip from the movie demonstrates.
What else can we say about the scene? To be honest, given the twist-filled nature of The Invitation — which also stars Michiel Huisman, John Carroll Lynch, and Emayatzy Corinealdi, among others — we’re wary of saying anything at all. Fortunately the film’s director Kary Kusama (Girlfight, Jennifer’s Body) was good enough to jot down a couple of sentences, putting matters into context.
“In this scene our protagonist, Will, is confronted by David, one of the hosts of the dinner party that reunites Will’s group of old friends,” writes the filmmaker. “Will’s point of view of the evening up to this point has been somewhat unreliable, and David’s probing of his state of mind manages to be both sincere and patronizing in that way that can accompany recent spiritual converts. I’m hoping that the audience might empathize with both characters’ point of view — with Will’s emotional anxiety and mistrust, and David’s desire for connectedness.”