“It’s almost like I subconsciously don’t want to work anymore, so I’m trying to ruin my career. [I lied and told someone] I’m pregnant!…I did this to the New York Times. My publicist called me and was like, “This is the New York Times. Be serious.” And then I found myself talking about orgies in three seconds.”
This man, this fucking man, is a divine genius that honestly deserves more recognition. You know that one repeating piano note that causes you to crumple into a ball and sob with the power of a burning star? That gorgeous violin piece that sings the doctor to his sleep? The ethereal song that plays whenever you recall Gallifrey? That kickass theme whenever Jack storms in? ALL WERE COMPOSED BY THIS BRILLIANT MAN
I’ve seen a lot of posts dedicated to Hans Zimmer, or to John Powell and the like, BUT THIS IS FOR YOU MURRAY GOLD YOU FANTASTIC MAN THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR MUSIC YOU HAVE MADE ME LAUGH, CRY, AND FEEL BLOODY KICKASS SO HERE’S TO YOU
Four for you Murray Gold. “This is Gallifrey” is the most beautiful piece of music ever.
[about how she got cast as Johanna] I’m so not an angry person. So I was like, F—-, this is going to be a little complicated, and I don’t wanna go in there and give him something fake and ridiculous. but the morning I woke up, everything started pissing me off. And I was like, Whoa, whoa, whoa, what’s happening? And I was like, Oh, wait. She’s [Johanna] totally taking over. By the time I was in there, I was seething; I was frothing at the mouth. I don’t even think I said hello to Francis. I just walked in and said, “Tell me when you want me to start.”