Sam Claflin photographed by Brett Lloyd for Interview Magazine
Natalie Dormer on the set of the second season of Elementary in NYC (Nov. 15)
au: ruby is a warrior in queen snow’s army; belle is a princess in a neighboring kingdom.
she could never sleep when ruby was away.
it took the sudden absence for her to realize just how much she’d grown used to a warm body next to her at night, longer legs tangling with hers, a steady breath on her neck.
but the call had come, as it always did, and ruby was loyal - to her queen, to her cause, to the armor she donned and the blade she swung. no matter what she told her at night (“i’m yours, only yours”), she was gone in the morning.
belle was no queen, not yet, perhaps not ever - but if only she were, if she were ruby’s queen, she’d forbid her from ever leaving her side.
"My father and I used to tussle about me becoming an actor. He’s from strong, Presbyterian Scottish working-class stock, and he used to sit me down and say, ‘You know, 99 percent of actors are out of work. You’ve been educated, so why do you want to spend your life pretending to be someone else when you could be your own man?’"
She was one of the youngest tributes ever reaped in Hunger Games history and her agility with an axe resonates throughout Panem. Sly. Savage. Sangfroid. These are just a few of the adjectives tossed around to describe Mason, who’s known for disarming her victims by feigning weakness