Gillian: There was one scene, I think in some of the final shots where we did where I had to have my face pressed against the ice for an exorbitant amount of time and that was probably my least favorite few minutes of the entire filming of the film. I mean my face was literally as hard as a rock when I was done, and I stood in front of a heater and then dethawed for a while and then knocked the shit out of Bowmen.
I did film very soon after my first child, 10 days after a c-section, five days after coming home from the hospital. It seems crazy, but at the time I thought, “OK, this is my penance for having got pregnant when they had invested so much in the show and me.”
GA, Telegraph, May 2009
How is she so beautiful. This isn’t even a question.
The first thing Erica does when she’s alone with her new partner is pull out her pocket knife and drag it down the forearm she holds tightly in her grasp. If the redhead is hurt or surprised, she doesn’t show it; doesn’t make a sound. Erica watches as red blood spills from the cut and feels herself relax a little. She can’t bring herself to apologize though, just shrugs her shoulders as she wipes off the knife and puts it away.
“Just wanted to be sure.” She says, as though that explains everything.
Scully raises one eyebrow, staring down the blonde. “I see trust no one is your motto, too.”
“Go up against a V; then tell me who you trust.”
Scully can’t argue with that, so she shrugs on her FBI jacket and follows Evans out. This scar, like her others, will remind her who she can truly trust.
This this this this this this this this this. Tif is brilliant. The end.
Wait wait wait, what is this? Do I need to start watching V?