TATIANA MASLANY: It was great! It was awesome to get to watch it from the other side and see how Ari just kind of got it from day 1—which is pretty impressive because I remember it being a huge learning curve for me. It was really nice to be on the other side of those scenes and get to experience what the other actors get to do all the time, which is support, and I am always lucky to be super-supported by them so I got to take their position, which was really nice. And I got to take a little breather and not have a clone change!
I won’t say too much about it but there’s definitely an out-of-reality element to it—something that’s not quite here and now, which is kind of fun. There’s more of an internal exploration. We’ve seen these characters so much from the outside and experienced them as we recognize their archetypes, but...
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