It pays to be a fan of Natalie Dormer
Gözde Kalender is the administrator of Natalie Dormer Fan page on FB,
https://www.facebook.com/natdormer/. She has been running it since 2009 and
might I say doing a very ethical and respectful job, please go and like the
page to view for yourself.
With all that being said look at what Natalie Dormer gave her because of it!
I am so jealous.
Please note that Natalie Dormer has nothing to do with the site, but is
obviously and graciously aware of it!
Thats also an amazing feeling to see your appreciation as much as Natalie’s. It would be nothing without all these people who liked and support my page. Thank you.
"You’d be surprised how much of the industry would then turn and say, ‘Oh, Natalie Dormer can’t play that kind of role. She only plays queens and strong women.’ I’m meant to be a chameleon.”
She made her name in Game of Thrones and is in the Hunger Games movie out next month. But there’s more to Natalie Dormer than playing fierce women. (Full Interview)
"It really bugs me,” says Natalie Dormer, “the way people criticize how actors look. We’re not models. Models exist.” She doesn’t sound terribly happy about the existence of models. “I get accused of having a haughty smugness. I have a lopsided mouth. I can’t help it. I was born with it. It looks as if I am smirking. I have had my publicist tell me, ‘Don’t do that smile on the red carpet.’ I’m, like, ‘That’s my smile.’”
So Dormer, who starred in The Tudors and Game of Thrones, and who now appears in the next installment of The Hunger Games (Mockingjay — Part 1, out next month), feels as plagued by her personal appearance as a “normal” woman. This is a tribute to the misogyny of modern film-making, for which a woman can never be lovely enough. Because Dormer is, in the flesh, very beautiful, although I think she does not know it. The vehemence with which she recalls taunts about her “lopsided mouth” is painful to listen to. It is the feature that makes her face. She is tiny - are actresses ever anything else? - with slanted green eyes and silverish hair buried under the actress’s disguise of choice, a hat. They all wear hats. I don’t know why. Maybe they are cold. Or maybe they do not want to be seen to clearly. Her voice, when she is certain of herself, is poised, delicate, and deep. When she is nervous, she stammers slightly. She is 32.
She is candid about the life of an actress. She makes it sound terrifying, which feels closer to reality than anything Gwenyth Paltrow, who cannot breathe without mentioning her gratitude, might say. It’s odd to hear it spoken of, though, as Dormer waves her arm for emphasis. It feels transgressive. “It’s not luck,” she says plainly. “You have a lot of heartache.”
Natalie Dormer on The Times and The Sunday Times
I would die for that smirk.
Natalie Dormer - The Sunday Times - 5.10.14
Photographed by Benni Valsson
i dont think she is there. Cuz she has to go to Portugal 5 days later for Comic Con. But i dont know if she had been there before.
“There are two things. First of all, my yoga mat comes everywhere. Keeps me stretched out after sitting still on all those planes, trains and road journeys. You need a great hat too. If it’s hot it’ll keep the sun off your face, if it’s cold it will keep the heat in, if you need to sleep you pull it down over your eyes and if your hair is starting to get a bit greasy from all the traveling, it hides it when you’re in desperate need of a shower!”
"How often do you get the chance to have your eyes opened? I mean really o p e n e d ?”
I wanted to write you a little note to thank you for all the time and the energy that you put into your website. It means a great deal to me to have such incredible support. Thank you for being so positive and understanding of everything i try to do. I enclose the little gift of the Mockingjay pin I was given at Comic Con in San Diego.
yeaah me too righht? I freaked out and this is the best day of my life i guess. here is her fan mail address and what to do
I’ve got this thank you note today for running her fan page on facebook. She also sent an autographed and enclosed Mockingjay pin she was given at Comic Con in San Diego.
This is why I love and adore her so much. She means a lot to me and also this letter makes me proud of myself.