Carice did an interview for Game of Thrones and she revealed a bit of what we can expect from Melisandre this coming season!
Carice as part of the dutch television programme ‘College Tour’. You can watch the in-depth (in dutch) interview below.
Carice is featured in the current issue of the dutch music magazine OOR (with Muse on the cover) to promote her album release “See You On The Ice“. We added the magazine scans in our gallery. Sadly the interview is in dutch but we are planning on translating it for our international visitors as soon
When a TV series crams horse beheadings, frozen zombies, dragons, sword fighting and naked prostitutes into nearly every episode, it’s hard for a single actor to make a grand impact. But actress Carice van Houten has done precisely that in the second season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” As the mysterious red priestess Melisandre, Van
Access Hollywood released their interview with Carice to promote “Games of Thrones“. Be sure to read it below/inside. Among the sound of clinking glasses and rumbling conversation, Dutch-bred actress Carice van Houten is trying to carve out a private little corner to talk on the phone. She’s on the road yet again — this time
New York Times published a brand new interview with Carice talking about “Games of Thrones“, “Black Butterflies” and more. Be sure to read the full interview after the jump/inside. Dutch actress Carice van Houten first came to the attention of American audiences in Paul Verhoeven’s subtitled, Nazi action movie Black Book (and then as Tom
Carice was featured in the dutch magazine Hollands Diep late last year (October-December issue). We added the scans in our gallery, it’s in our opinion one of the best interview she gave so far so we are planning on translating it into english. The editorial (photos) contain some nudity, so be aware of that before
Carice already got praising reviews in her home country the Netherlands but since it premiered during the Tribeca Film Festival. Carice and director Paula van der Oest talked with Variety about the project, it makes us so proud “Black Butterflies” is so well received during the Tribeca Film Festival. When asked how many films she’s