On the anniversary of Ernest Hemingway’s death, LIFE.com presents pictures of the legendary writer in Cuba in 1952 — and the unsettling, untold story behind Alfred Eisenstaedt’s photos.
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Iain Glen sold the HELL out of every single one of his scenes this season, often just with his facial expressions. You can really tell how much Jorah loves Dany.
Paranoia trailer with Liam Hemsworth, Gary Oldman, Harrison Ford
[on working with Gary Oldman] Gary Oldman is my hero, that’s it. When I went to drama school everybody used to quote him in all his films, you know “State of Grace” right through to “Léon: The Professional” or whatever. And I’d sit there really quietly and think ‘No, no, you don’t know. I’m more of a Gary Oldman fan than you are.’ [laughs] When you do an impression of him, that’s sacrilege! So to work with him, for him to look me in the eye, talk to me…. acknowledge I exist! Cos I’m not star struck by people, but Gary just took the wind right out of me. I’m very lucky we had to re-shoot those scenes on the couch [in “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy”] because the first task that I did was just me watching him, because I was shocked to actually be working with him. Then for him to actually like me, and to work three times with him, cos we did “Lawless” afterwards. I remember saying “Would you look at the script, it’s really cool”, and he’s like “Yeah, sure. This is crazy, you know? This is a man that I’ve stolen everything that I’ve done from, like “Bronson” and “Stuart: A Life Backwards”. That’s me trying to emulate what Gary’s done, and to work with him makes me feel like I don’t have any characters of my own. [laughs]