The Stark Siblings
minus Rickon in Empire Magazine (May 2013)
Harington: It is a tribute to how well Nina Gold has cast this show, and the producers, that they not only cast very high-quality actors but also really down-to-earth people. Everyone is very grounded. Also in the cases of us, this is one of our first big gigs, so it is a shared experience. It’s a cliche, but we’re all on the journey together.
Madden: You are growing up together. Isaac, what are you, 13 now?
Wright: (Sitting up straight) 13. (Now 14)
Madden: You have changed a lot. I have changed a lot since 21, starting the show. Kit has changed a lot.
Williams: It would be nice to see the boys more. We see Isaac, but the older guys we don’t see so much.
Turner: They always felt like older brothers that have gone to uni.
Have you had any Stark nights out?
Madden: (Considering this as a good idea) No. But we’ve had Stark nights at the hotel. In the bar. Which is quite nice, when we all get together off-screen, because we don’t have that in the show. Like a secret pay-off: have a chat and some food. Sometimes Kit and me have had… nights out.
Harington: (To Wright) Do you have nights out with Sophie and Maisie?
(Wright just stares at him.)
Harington: (Laughs) Maybe not. Don’t want to hang out with the girls?
Turner: (Laughs) We go wild.