Esmé will be attending Hawaii Con which runs September 12-15, 2014. Tickets are on sale now. Visit Hawaii Con’s Facebook for full details including other guests in attendance, how to order tickets and more.
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It was announced today that William Sadler (“Iron Man 3,” “The Shawshank Redemption,” “Die Hard 2″), Primetime Emmy nominee John Heard (“Home Alone,” “Big,” “Runner Runner”) James Russo (“Public Enemies,” “Donnie Brasco,” “Django Unchained”), Esmé Bianco (“Game of Thrones”), Andrew Keegan (“10 things I Hate About You,” “O,” “Independence Day”) and Thomas Ian Nicholas (“American Pie” films, “Rules of Attraction”) will star in Brian A. Metcalf’s new horror/drama “Living Among Us.”
Written, directed and produced by Metcalf, “Living Among Us” is a found footage film about a documentary crew sent in to interview a family of vampires whose existence has been made known to the world. But soon, the crew realizes their very lives are in danger as they uncover a deadly secret and must fight for survival.
English actress, Esmé Bianco, is best known for her character “Ros” in HBO’s Golden Globe winner “Game of Thrones.”
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And meanwhile, we also talked to Esme Bianco, who played the late lamented Ros. And she told us her biggest regret about Ros’ death.
We were totally horrified by what happened to Ros. How far in advance did you know that was going to happen?
I knew when they sent the scripts in. So I knew about three months before we started filming. Um, and it was tough when I found out.
Did you think your character was going to have a great future as a spy?
Yeah, but at the same time, I kind of suspected. It’s Game of Thrones, so I kind of knew it couldn’t last forever. I knew at some stage she was going to go out. But I did not think Joffrey was going to be the one to do it.
You were one of the few characters who’s not in the books, so anything could have happened.
Exactly! My future was completely unwritten, and then that little blond-haired [makes a face] came along and ruined it all.
It was interesting to see Ros interacting with Shae. Do you think they had a kind of comradeship, because they were both in similar situations?
Possibly. I always felt that, between Ros and Shae, there might have been a bit of jealousy going on, perhaps. But at the same time, that scene they had together was obviously about [the fact that] they’re both coming from the same place, and they’re both trying to make the best of their situation and work their way up in the world. And Shae is a character who’s trying to do that, and — hopefully! — continues to do that for a while, and doesn’t meet a sticky end. I don’t know when her sticky end comes, I’m hoping it’s not for a while. [Laughs]
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Welcome to Burlesque Fairytales, a night of revelation at the Chapel Theatre.’
At least that’s what it says on the flyer. But this 1930s fashionable London audience are in for a surprise. Things are not what they seem at The Chapel Theatre and soon it dawns on them that this is no ordinary night out. For a start they can’t remember how they got there, now that they’ve arrived, the doors to the theatre are bolted shut, they are trapped inside. As the film progresses in real time, the stage play hosts five fairytales. In these tales a mixture of theatre, film and animation create a fantastical story telling experience. But time is short, the moment of truth is coming and the audience have just one last chance to save themselves.
This award winning debut feature film by writer director Susan Luciani stars Benedict Cumberbatch (Star Trek: Into Darkness) Jim Carter (Golden Compass) Lindsay Duncan (Rome) Stephen Campbell Moore (History Boys) Barbara Flynn (Miss Potter) and Esme Bianco (Game of Thrones).
Check out vimeo.com/ondemand/burlesquefairytales to watch the trailer and film.