A GoT post feat. some Northern royalty

I only posted excerpts about GoT, but if you want to read the full interview it's the first link.
Isaac Hempstead Wright interviewed by NY Castings
You play Bran Stark on the HBO series "Game of Thrones." Tell us some behind the scenes details. What was your average call time? Do you read the scripts in paper format or electronic?
The average call time is probably about 7:30am for me, but much earlier for the adult actors. My mum is my chaperone so she keeps an eye on my times. We get the scripts electronically and a paper copy too if there's a read-through. And we get sides [parts of a script] when we are filming, so I learn my lines then as I never have too much to say and you don't want to be over-rehearsed because the Director will guide you if necessary. It doesn't take me long at all so the rest of the time I hang out with the cast and crew. I take lots of games on set with me because there is always a lot of waiting. Depending on our location, I might have some time with my tutor, but I prefer to study in the hotel away from the distraction of the set. We have 3-way trailers, and I'm usually next door to Kristian who plays Hodor or Ellie (Meera) or Thomas (Jojen) and we all get on really well. There is always a good catering service, although I probably eat way too many biscuits and sweets things.

What was going through your mind when being fitted for the "Game of Thrones" costumes?
My first costume fitting was so exciting, and it felt like I was transported to another time and place. Far from getting sweaty, the challenge often was to stay warm as we filmed in some remote places.

What was your reaction when you found out you were nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series?
Well it's not something I had heard about before, but I am really excited to be going to the ceremony.

Where is "Game of Thrones" shot? What are the rules and regulations for child actors regarding working hours?
“Game of Thrones” is filmed in Northern Ireland. My local authority sets down the regulations for my employment and my mum makes sure they are followed on set. My mum is with me at all times because a film set is a busy working environment and it's good to have available the support of someone who knows you well.

What were your auditions like for "Game of Thrones" and "Boxtrolls"?
The first “Game of Thrones” audition was in a church somewhere. I had no idea what it was about, but the casting assistants explained what you had to do; it was pretty relaxed and informal. For “Boxtrolls” I just taped a voice recording at home and sent it to my agent. At the second “Game of Thrones” audition I met the producers and read from some scenes. I remember it was a hot day and the tube trains were on strike so we walked past Buckingham Palace and through Green Park which was lovely. There were some other children there for the auditions and their parents were already reading the books - we bought a copy after that!

Anything else you'd like to say?
My advice to young people who want to act is to have a fall-back plan. It seems to me that acting is a hazardous profession; so much is down to luck. I've been incredibly lucky! So, if you get lucky and land a role, don't take it too seriously, make sure you have fun!

'Game of Thrones' Star Kit Harington to Headline 'Testament of Youth' (Exclusive)
Kit Harington, the Game of Thrones actor who is also toplining the upcoming Pompeii, has signed on to star opposite Alicia Vikander in Testament of Youth, the adaptation of an autobiography of a woman’s experiences during World War.

David Heyman, who last produced Gravity, is producing Youth, which is being made by BBC Films. James Kent, who has helmed episodes of Starz's The White Queen, is directing.

Youth, written by Vera Brittain and published in 1933, tells of how the author postponed her studies to Oxford to serve as a nurse in the Great War, during which she lost her fiance and brother. After the war, she tried to resume her life but found herself part of a lost generation, returning to Oxford and becoming a feminist and a writer.

Vikander is portraying Brittain; Harington will play her fiance.

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I am so hf Alicia Vikander in anything, so obvs I'm into this movie.