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‘The Sandman’ at SDCC 2022: Vanesu Samunyai, on evolving Rose Walker’s autonomy, says ‘maybe Rose is allowed to be angry’

Continuing our coverage of The Sandman at SDCC 2022, Subjectify spoke with Vanesu Samunyai, who plays Rose Walker, at the show’s roundtable interviews following their Hall H panel, about Rose finding the right to grasp a little human autonomy in her new world of gods and monsters. Continue reading “‘The Sandman’ at SDCC 2022: Vanesu Samunyai, on evolving Rose Walker’s autonomy, says ‘maybe Rose is allowed to be angry’”

The Sandman Tom Sturridge as Dream

‘The Sandman’ star Tom Sturridge at SDCC 2022: ‘What’s really important is for large groups of people to bear witness to the same stories’

The Sandman television series was a huge focal point of SDCC 2022, and Subjectify was able to speak with some of the stars and EPs of the new Netflix’s adaptation on site in San Diego. Tom Sturridge, who leads the cast as Dream, shared plenty of insights about picking up the helm of Neil Gaiman’s Prince of Stories. Continue reading “‘The Sandman’ star Tom Sturridge at SDCC 2022: ‘What’s really important is for large groups of people to bear witness to the same stories’”

‘The Orville: New Horizons’ at SDCC 2022: Cast and creators celebrate season 3’s expanded storytelling, confirm desire to continue if there is demand

The Orville touched down in San Diego this weekend for the first time since moving to their new home on Hulu. Subjectify sat down with the cast and EPs of The Orville: New Horizons at SDCC 2022 to discuss their time aboard the weirdest ship in the fleet before the crew took the stage for a packed Ballroom 20 panel. Watch our interviews below. Continue reading “‘The Orville: New Horizons’ at SDCC 2022: Cast and creators celebrate season 3’s expanded storytelling, confirm desire to continue if there is demand”

‘My Fake Boyfriend’ star Marcus Rosner reflects on Amazon’s new gay romcom and breaks down his ‘completely off-the-wall’ character Nico

My Fake Boyfriend’s Marcus Rosner spoke with Subjectify Media about his turn as Keiynan Lonsdale’s comically bad boyfriend in the new semi-screwball queer romcom from Amazon Prime Video. Continue reading “‘My Fake Boyfriend’ star Marcus Rosner reflects on Amazon’s new gay romcom and breaks down his ‘completely off-the-wall’ character Nico”

‘Kung Fu’ star Eddie Liu on Henry’s relationships, the joys of working with a great team, and what to expect from the season 2 finale

Subjectify interviewed Kung Fu’s Eddie Liu this week to discuss Henry’s journey this season and some of the shocking reveals in the season’s penultimate episode. Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ star Eddie Liu on Henry’s relationships, the joys of working with a great team, and what to expect from the season 2 finale”

‘Ted Lasso’ composer Tom Howe on creating the white noise of Ted’s anxiety, the rawness of Jamie’s heart, and the warning of Nate’s descent

Subjectify interviewed Ted Lasso composer Tom Howe about his score for season 2 of the hit Apple TV+ show. This season saw the inclusion of new musical motifs for many of our favorite characters as their stories progressed, and Howe not only talked us through the development of some of those, he gave us clues to help spot them. Continue reading “‘Ted Lasso’ composer Tom Howe on creating the white noise of Ted’s anxiety, the rawness of Jamie’s heart, and the warning of Nate’s descent”

Ted Lasso Roy Keeley Costumes

‘Ted Lasso’ costume designer Jacky Levy on the challenge of maintaining individuality at a funeral and the origin of Roy Kent’s socks

Ted Lasso costume designer Jacky Levy discusses her work dressing the characters for season 2, including styling the show’s stunning funeral episode and putting occasional glimpses of colour on Roy Kent. Continue reading “‘Ted Lasso’ costume designer Jacky Levy on the challenge of maintaining individuality at a funeral and the origin of Roy Kent’s socks”

Ted Lasso Jamie Keeley Hair

‘Ted Lasso’ hair and makeup designer Nicky Austin on season 2’s character journeys and what she and Juno Temple want fans to know about Keeley

Nicky Austin, head of hair and makeup on Ted Lasso, spoke to us about the character motivations at play when crafting a visual representation of season 2’s arcs, including her meaningful new looks for Nate and Jamie, Keeley’s form of self-expression, and how she styled Rebecca’s mum. Continue reading “‘Ted Lasso’ hair and makeup designer Nicky Austin on season 2’s character journeys and what she and Juno Temple want fans to know about Keeley”

Vanessa Yao as Mia on Kung Fu

‘Kung Fu’ star Vanessa Yao traces Mia’s journey so far: grief, guilt and inhabiting the ‘grey area’ between Nicky and Zhilan

Subjectify interviewed Vanessa Yao, who joined the cast of Kung Fu for season 2 as the mysterious Mia. As Nicky’s long-lost cousin, she’s played a central role to the drama of the season as the power in her bloodline presents itself as a previously unknown element – and possibly a threat. Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ star Vanessa Yao traces Mia’s journey so far: grief, guilt and inhabiting the ‘grey area’ between Nicky and Zhilan”