The things they say:
"He’s gone down in Game of Thrones crew folklore as being the person who most improved the catering. His lunch was brought up to him and he disliked his burger... He kicked it and it went flying, and had a few choice words of what he thought of the burger (sic). The burger whacked into Rory (McCann), who was enjoying his burger and had no complaints." Ian McShane helped improve the catering on the Game of Thrones set after reportedly throwing a tantrum over the quality of a burger, according to director Mark Mylod.©2020 WENNProvided by SyndiGate Media Inc.
'The Nest' review: a marriage story from the Greed Is Good era, fiercely acted by Carrie Coon and Jude Law
A tightly clenched marriage story, writer-director Sean Durkin’s “The Nest” takes place at the height of the mid-1980s, a year or two before Gordon Gekko and Oliver Stone made unscrupulous capitalism so damnably aspirational in “Wall Street.”Durkin’s second feature is not primarily concerned with deregulated excess or financial matters, however. “The Nest” is more about the dangerous facades and thin ice of so many family relationships. The troubled air of Durkin’s previous feature, the eerily effective cult drama “Martha Marcy May Marlene,” has something in common with the air in this one.Whe...