1 2 3 4

Claire Danes & Rupert Friend having fun on the set of Homeland (June 25, 2012)


I was pregnant for the second season. And as the season progressed and as my baby progressed, it got… they got more action packed.

There was a lot of running towards the end.

Yeah. I mean at one point we were filming in an old sewage factory. I was kidnapped, I was chained to a pipe. It was 4am. I was 7 and a half months pregnant and I was like…


sgtbrodys:

1-4 | 100 - Damian Lewis




Claire, how difficult for you was the death of Damian Lewis’ character, Brody, at the end of Homeland's last season?

SARAH PAULSON: Oh, I can’t even talk about that. Not that you’re asking me!

KERI RUSSELL: You ask me, that was the hardest to deal with!

CLAIRE DANES: [Killing him] was supposed to happen in the second season. Then the Carrie-Brody relationship became so captivating for audiences that Showtime wanted to extend it. We had been anticipating the finale for quite a while. We shot the scene [where Brody is hanged] on our final day working in Morocco. It was all very heightened, literally. The crane broke at one point. I still don’t think I’ve really processed it. I go back to work in a month, and I think it’ll occur to me then that he’s really gone. It’ll be a very different environment when we return and Damian, whom I love, isn’t there.

- THR Roundtable



"I don’t think it’s really going to occur to me until we start filming again and Damian’s not there making fun of me in the makeup trailer,” she said. “I think [Carrie] shelved a lot of feelings. And they will dog her through the season… Realistically, Brody was broken in away he couldn’t be mended. What was his place in society?"
— Claire Danes at the TV Academy panel 2014. (via homelandfanspage)

Claire Danes and Alex Gansa at the screening of Homeland’s Season 3 finale “The Star”