‘Game of Thrones’ Star Natalie Dormer Talks Next Phase of Her Career

Natalie Dormer

Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer believes that 2016 is the beginning of a new phase of her career. The 33-year-old star is most famous for playing Margaery Tyrell on Game of Thrones. However, she also starred in The Hunger Games movie franchise, and she was also lead in The Forest which came out just a few weeks ago.

“I feel really lucky,” she told Total Film magazine. “I’m part of two incredible ensembles casts, with The Hunger Games and Game of Thrones, and now 2016 is all about me exploring my own projects as a leading female. I feel really lucky I’m being given opportunities like The Forest and about how the rest of my 2016 is starting to shape up. It feels like a new chapter, a new phase of my career.”

The Forest tells the story of a woman who embarks on a terrifying journey when she enters Japan’s Suicide Forest in an attempt to find her twin sister. Dormer plays both Sara and Jess Price in the movie, but has less than fond memories of the shoot.

“My memory of The Forest is kind of like waking up the day after, where all the days merge into one and you don’t know what day you’re in anymore,” she added. “It’s either one memory, or it’s like 37, of standing in a forest in the dark, trying to negotiate the cold and the mosquitoes – which seem like they should not be in the same place at the same time – running around and screaming a lot. I have that recurring memory because it happened a lot.”

Dormer is fast becoming one of the most sought-after actresses in Hollywood. One of the aspects she loves most about her job is that her filmography will live on well after she’s gone.

“Actors kind of cheat,” she laughed. “We do live forever – everything we put down on celluloid or digital will exist after us. I like to do the work, and it will live on way after I’m gone.”

Photo Credit: Brian To/WENN.com

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