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Vikings shocker: An interview with the departing cast member

April 10, 2016


EW – Vikings is always brutal, but this week’s episode positively massacred the supporting cast, with significant deaths in Paris, among the Northmen, and in Wessex. The last death particularly stung — SPOILER ALERT, in case you haven’t guessed — as the desperate Queen Kwenthrith tried to end the life of her traitorous ally King Ecbert, before getting literally backstabbed by her supposed friend Princess Judith. (Kwenthrith was pregnant with Judith’s husband’s baby. How strange life is!) We talked to Amy Bailey about the end of Kwenthrith. (Click here for an interview with another exiting Vikings cast member, and click here for the full recap of the episode.)


ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: I am traumatized by the death of Kwenthrith. How did you find out this was going to be the end of your time on the show?


AMY BAILEY: We all knew there were going to be “big changes,” because we all knew that there was gonna be a big time jump. I also became pregnant with twins in real life. They are seven months old now. I was six months pregnant when we shot that fight scene. When I found out I was pregnant with twins, [Vikings creator Michael Hirst] had just written me an email and said, “I just wrote the most awesome fight scene for you!” In the past, I’d always really liked doing my own stunts, because I come from a dance/athletic background. I called him up and said, “Dude, I’m gonna be really big by the time we film that.” They knew that they had to write me out.


What do you think Kwenthrith was thinking when she went into Ecbert’s chamber? Did she think there was still a way out for her?


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Review: Vikings 4.3 “Mercy”

March 06, 2016


GEEKS OF DOOM – Last week on Vikings, Aethelwulf (Moe Dunford) led a mission to stamp down the Mercia rebellion and rescue Queen Kwenthrith (Amy Bailey). King Ecbert (Linus Roache) really didn’t care about her. He just wanted her boy, Magnus (Lothbrok?), saved. While husband’s away, the cat Judith (Jennie Jacques) will play… artist by defying gender bias (with Ecbert’s help), and study art with Athelstan’s doppelganger. Ecbert made her so happy. Rollo mimed war strategy with Count Odo (Owen Roe). Count Odo is secretly plotting against the Emperor and Princess (Lothaire Bluteau and Morgane Polanski). His confidante mistress is secretly plotting with someone else against Count Odo. Rollo (Clive Standen) is so out of his league. He tries a makeover to please Princess Gisla who laughs at him. Floki (Gustaf Skarsgard) escapes and the kids find him. He is strung up with water torture. Bjorn tries to survive in the snowy wilderness. Ragnar pities Helga (Travis Fimmel and Maude Hirst), and helps her bury her child.


Many spoilers below!!!


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February 28, 2016

IGN – That. Hair. A lot happened in “Kill the Queen,” but the scene-stealing moment was the debut of Clive Standen’s new Rollo hair cut — or just how many of his long locks he’d lost. Add on to that the action-packed rescue sequence at the end with Queen Kwenthrith, and there was plenty to talk about from this week’s Vikings.


To break down the episode, showrunner Michael Hirst got on the phone to discuss Rollo’s new look, the upcoming payoff for the contentious relationship between him and his wife and the joys of writing for Kwenthrith.


IGN: In this episode, Rollo loses his long hair, and we see that new wig and new look. It’s such a funny scene. How did you find that specific look for Clive, and how did he respond to it?


Hirst: I did always think [about] the possibility of how comedic an aspect of a culture clash between Franks and Vikings [could be] in the marriage. It’s not a deliberate “We can lighten the mood here,” but misunderstandings are always comedic, and they don’t speak the same language. So the Vikings are almost animals, so I was going to write that in to have a comedic aspect.


But still, there’s a sort of logic to it, which is not just about history. So she hates him. She thinks he’s an animal. They go to bed on their wedding night, and there’s this misunderstanding, because they don’t understand each other, and she hates him. But then when he goes to sleep, she hates him even more. Actually, that’s the funny thing, that you’d have thought she’d want him to go to sleep or go away, but actually when he goes to sleep and he ignores her, that’s the moment that she goes most cross. So there’s a kind of human moment there which is not historical but is just about how people behave towards each other. And then of course their relationship will develop from a very low point.


IGN: There’s a payoff in a couple episodes that’s so good.


Hirst: Yeah, yeah! I think so. It’s an unexpected payoff, ultimately, and it gets better actually. But everyone likes a bit of comedic lightness. It’s not like you don’t want to give them that, but you can’t cynically do something, but it did seem like an opportunity to have some fun at the expense of people who aren’t understanding each other and who are from different cultures and all that. It also reminds the audience, I think, that, you know, we’re talking old Norse and old Frankish — these are dead languages — but these are languages that people actually spoke. For me, it makes them more human. They stop being just historical characters. It’s just a man and a woman in bed who aren’t understanding each other.


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Gallery Update

February 28, 2016


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Season 4 SUPERTEASE Trailer

February 20, 2016


Promo and Sneak Peeks for Next Week’s Episode

February 20, 2016

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