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Une nouvelle interview de Bridget vient d'apparaitre sur le toile. Cette fois ci, ce sont les fans qui ont posés les questions à Bridget.
You had lots and lots (and lots) of questions for Bridget Regan and, as promised, the lovely leading lady of Legend of the Seeker has taken the time to reply to 20-plus of them. We at TVStar.com think you'll agree that her answers are by turns fun, serious and informative -- and this is only part one of our exclusive interview.
By the way, congratulations to TVStar.com reader Balaamsdonkey, whose very funny and observant question was chosen by Bridget as one of the two best submitted and who wins the first of our autographed photos of Bridget. So here goes part one of the interview and be on the lookout for both part two and our second winner of a Bridget Regan-signed picture.
The first-ever scene in Legend of the Seeker shows you riding a horse through a beautiful countryside, chased by ugly D'Harans. I think it drew a lot of people into the show. When you shot it, did you know that scene was, in a sense, going to introduce the show and could possibly make or break it? How much pressure did you feel shooting that scene? (darkbahamut88)
Maybe it was a bit daunting. I knew that it was the first time the audience would meet Kahlan...meet MY Kahlan. The script said, "a fierce warrior of stunning beauty and great courage." Needless to say, I had fallen in love with her, and I wanted to do her right. Do her justice. But in the last moment, I had to let that go. (I had to) concentrate on getting to the boundary and finding (Richard) and putting the book in his hands...and cantering in a corset for the first time and not falling on my bum.
If you wandered in to the Valley of Perdition, what might you see as being your worst nightmares and fears coming to life? And what do you think Kahlan would see? (drummergirl)
I think Kahlan's worst fears wouldn't be that far off from what was happening to Richard (Craig Horner) in "Perdition." Oh, I can't imagine poor Kahlan seeing Richard with a child and a wife he loves. Heartbreaking!
Even though so many of us adore the show, there are some fans of the book series who complain that the show is far too different. What's your take on that? (pristinelyungifted)
I can understand and sympathize. "Eat, Pray, Love" was such a special book to me when I read it, and I'm a little scared to see the film for fear that it would change my memories of the book that I cherish so much. But on the other hand, I so badly want to relive those moments and be inside them and the film will let me do that. Books are a private, imaginative, and personal experience, where television is a collaborative and shared experience. So I suppose a book is never going to be exactly the same as the memory.