On Thrones locations
Cunningham: Eighty percent of it is shot in Northern Ireland. We’ve got Iceland, Croatia, Spain. I don’t get the glamor. All the filming is an hour and a half from my front door in Dublin. It’s Northern Ireland, which is very similar to Dublin, as in "The Home of Rain."
My take: Season 6 will make Davos wet. Check. (Kudos for keeping it local, Liam.)
On shooting conditions
Cunningham: I prefer the cold. It gets hot because the costumes are incredibly real and incredibly heavy.
My take: Davos will probably not venture south (let alone to King's Landing or Essos) in Season 6. Check.
On this year's scripts
Cunningham: It's an absolute luxury for an actor to get to speak the quality of words that these guys are putting down. I’m spoiled.
My take: Liam Cunningham doesn’t share the “tits and dragons” opinion of Ian McShane. Reassuring! His answer also tells us that Davos could have a primary role this season. More lines, more scenes, more weight. Check.
On Davos' place in the world
Cunningham: At the end of every season I feel like I've been set adrift into nothingness.
My take: No one is safe. Check. But wait, could Davos share the fate of Gendry, who disappeared into plot abyss?
On Davos' future
Cunningham: I've never been set adrift into nothingness. It's probably closer than I think.
My take: No. Just no. I will not entertain the notion. Davos is a survivor. He's gonna make it. Check.
On our hope that he'll spoil Game of Thrones
Cunningham: You talking about [Season] 5 or 6? I ain’t gonna tell you nothing! You're wasting your time, dude!
My take: Check.
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