“Bloodline” fans, did you miss any of our exclusive chats with the cast and crew of Netflix’s suspenseful family drama? We’ve listed them all below for your viewing pleasure, including our interviews with Kyle Chandler, Ben Mendelsohn, Sissy Spacek, Linda Cardellini and series creators Glenn Kessler and Todd A. Kessler.
Kyle Chandler, (below with Ben Mendelsohn) on playing opposite A-list co-stars: “I think also there’s a competitive spirit on set, and I like that. It is a sport. We’re allowed to play with the words and play with the meanings. We’re asked to do different things with these scenes, so there’s a competitiveness. It’s like duking it out with other actors using your acting skills.”
Sissy Spacek reflects on the story of a black sheep returning home: “I know most mothers, certainly I’m that kind of mother, that you never give up hope for a child. You hope that they’re going to reach their potential, and you give them opportunity after opportunity after opportunity.”
Linda Cardellini on being overwhelmed by her on-screen family: “There was one moment when we were shooting — we shoot in the most extraordinary looking location, this hotel on the beach in the Florida Keys — and standing on ther veranda there are Sam Shepard and Sissy Spacek looking down at the rest of the siblings, we’re all standing together on the lawn in front of the beach looking up at them, and it was just sort of an incredible moment … I’m so lucky on the show, we have such wonderful peeople, and to be able to work with everybody is just a treat every single day.”
Glenn Kessler (below with brother Todd A. Kessler) on taking a family drama and turning it on its head: “Family is something that [we] have been talking about for many years … We started to recognize that some of the overlaps between our families might be interesting to explore … so as a launching point, it was to take what appeared to be a very loving, supportive, together family and see what’s really going on.”
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