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“ With The Fall and Streetcar I feel that if I died in September then I could look down from up there feeling I had accomplished what I wanted to accomplish.” - Gillian Anderson [x]
Gillian Anderson walks into a rehearsal room in south London having just hit her head with her own car door at the end of the school run. The large swelling on her right temple does little to dent her beauty – those sculpted cheeks and large, compelling eyes – nor her sharp intelligence, but it is a cause for concern.
“Headbutting children again,” teases Ben Foster, her co-star in a new production of A Streetcar Named Desire, as we fuss around, finding an ice pack, while Anderson settles down, elegant in a yellow chiffon dress, laughing at her own incompetence.
The Telegraph, July 2014 (x)
|Interviewer:||But don't you feel sorry for modern men? Not knowing whether they should help us with our bags and open doors for us or whether we'll see it as an affront?|
|Gillian Anderson:||No. I don't feel sorry for men.|
Gillian Anderson and Ben Foster are going to be in a new production of Tennesse William’s play A Streetcar Named Desire at The Young Vic in London from next week. http://www.youngvic.org/whats-on/a-streetcar-named-desirePhotographer by Laura Brown
|Interviewer:||Do you think life is more or less complicated for women nowadays?|
|Gillian Anderson:||I think the really complicated thing about life now is that men haven't caught up with us.|
Why so many question marks? You didn’t know her hair was a darker blonde?
Gillian Anderson attends the premiere of ‘Sold’ during the London Indian Film Festival.
Gillian Anderson, gorgeous
|Me:||I am literally about to break down because I can't go meet Gillian on October.|
|Dana:||I'd take you but no money.|
|What's in october?!?! I wanna go.|
Gillian Anderson arriving at the premiere of Sold in London (July 10).