“You look back, and it’s been two-and-a-half years, spending almost everyday with each other. We went mad in the end. You saw us. We were just insane. We developed a whole language, a whole world…” - Matt Smith
Matt and Karen with a fan in London (6th July 2013)
Look at his face
Photo from @laurajprincess’s instagram page
Such a fun night last night … Yummy dinner … Family time and a surprise visit from these two ☺ @KarenGillan2 xx [x]
@smith_lynne Look who I’ve found x x
We’ll go to the supermarket every night, get a sandwich, and trot home to learn lines. Sometimes we’ll phone each other and say: ‘How’s it going? Really badly? Me too. Do you want to come over and practice?
“It feels like leaving two really annoying brothers who have just– I mean, it’s been relentless of what they’ve been doing to me. But with brothers, you have this love for them that just will never go away no matter what. So it is kind of like leaving family.” -Karen Gillan
I’m looking forward to really embracing the culture and maybe starting to work out like people seem to do here. I mean, like, maybe just jogging. Maybe I’ll get a dog. That’s what people seem to do. I would also love to do more stage work but really just good quality projects. I want to do things that interest me. I want to write screenplays as well. Matt has always talked about playing Macbeth and I’ve always had an obsession with Macbeth so maybe one day. -Karen Gillan on her future.
I’d quite like to write a script one day, because I’m learning a lot from Steven Moffat. I’ve never shown anyone the things I’ve written but I have to get over that if I want to be a writer. I’d love to do theatre. I quite fancy a bit of directing. Karen’s out in LA so maybe go out there and see her for a bit. Get a dog. I don’t know -Matt Smith on his future
“I just fell in love with New York.” -Matt Smith
The bell on the door has been broken for two days now. She’s been meaning to get it fixed, only, what with the Valentine’s Day rush over the weekend, she hasn’t really gotten around to it, which is why she doesn’t hear him come in. She just turns around from the back shelf and suddenly he’s there.
With a startled squeak, she lets go of her azaleas.