When all of this is over, we’ll be a proper family. You’ll see.
"I think other actors may have played Rayon as a drag queen, and someone who enjoyed putting on women’s clothing. But, I thought it was an opportunity to put a different kind of character on screen. You follow your gut and your heart, and you do the best that you can to make people proud and to represent people with as much dignity as possible. That’s what I did, for the Rayons of the world. Of course, you can’t make everyone happy, but you try your best."
Not everybody just gets to blurt out how they fucking feel every minute
"Daya is a hopeless romantic and she believes in love. That’s something that we share. She doesn’t hold grudges, she forgives very easily, and I think I do the same. When people see the character and then get to know me, they say ‘Oh, you’re so different’, but we are very similar in that way. Also, with her image, she has a little insecurity and a inner struggle that I’m working on currently."
what, you studied for prison?
Having both Daryl & Carol look for Beth is very significant to their story because it’s pretty much like a second chance for them to make up for what they couldn’t do for Sophia back in the days. The story repeats itself and I think it’s the perfect opportunity for Daryl & Carol to grow from this experience together and forgive themselves about what happened to Sophia.
you’re waiting for me to F A I L
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Favorite movies, Harry Potter [7/10]
Chris Evans + cursing