Here some teasers by Emilie about tonight episode but also Emilie talks about the new Claire, the importance of Aaron for her.
So Claire is crazy, huh?
[Laughs] In a nutshell, yes!
Funny you say the word “nutshell” because I’ve heard something about a squirrel baby …
Mmmhmmm … I’ve made myself a squirrel child out of squirrel bones and some kind of fur and little button eyes. He’s real cute.
Obviously you can’t just disappear with your father in that cabin for a full season and not have repercussions, so is this what’s happened?
Yeah, she’s been three years, living on her own, making her own housing and food and protecting herself. The only person she’s had contact with as a friend is Locke — who’s not really Locke anymore. So any information that she’s been given about what’s going on with other people or the Island is from him. And there are maybe some things that are not the whole truth. He’s led her to believe that the Others have her baby at the Temple, so that’s been her whole plan this last three years, to get him back. Finding out that he’s off the Island and Kate is bringing him up is just like a complete, complete shock to her. So there’s an interesting relationship with Claire and Kate now — a combination of animosity, to say the least, and also respect and thanks. So that’s been fun playing with.
Kind of crazy to think that while Kate was raising Aaron, she was doing so with Jack, Claire’s brother.
[Laughs] Yes — we’re getting very incestuous on this show!
Well as long as Claire and Jack aren’t the ones sleeping together and having the baby, I guess I’m OK with it …
Oh, you didn’t read the next episode? [Laughs] I wouldn’t be surprised! That’s the season finale.
source : EW
Ask Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin about shooting their new movie, Remember Me, and they instantly start talking about the throngs of Twilight fans and pushy paparazzi who swarmed around them as they filmed on the streets of New York.
“It was the most ridiculous experience,” says Pattinson, flashing the sweet, shy smile those crowds hoped to see. “You’re trying to stay in character and you’re trying to walk down the street, but all those people keep reminding you that you’re not this character, you’re—”
“A show pony,” cracks de Ravin, and the two burst into laughter.