‘The Man In The High Castle’s remaining season made its highly-anticipated debut on Nov. 15. HL sat down with stars Joel de la Fuente and Frances Turner to speak in regards to the remaining season, the present’s ‘epic’ ending, and extra.
After 4 unbelievable seasons, The Man In The High Castle is coming to an finish. The remaining season debuted Nov. 15 on Amazon Prime Video. HollywoodLife spoke EXCLUSIVELY with stars Joel de la Fuente and Frances Turner about what we are able to anticipate from their characters. Expect main modifications for Kido within the remaining episodes. “The interesting thing about Kido is that he’s been drifting away from how we first saw him in season 1. So a lot of external things have happened and some internal things are happening. In season 4, you get to see him really consciously struggle with his sense of who he is and you get a real personal look into his life and how that influences how he thinks of himself and what he needs to do in the world. It’s a fun different way to see him.”
Frances performs a brand new character named Bell Mallory, a member of an rising underground black rebel motion referred to as the Black Communist Rebellion. Frances teased that the group is “fighting for their own homeland, their own territory and freedom from the forces of Nazism and imperialism.” Even although she’s a brand new character on this world, The Man In The High Castle will absolutely discover Bell. “The beautiful thing is the audience goes on Bell’s journey with her,” Frances advised HollywoodLife. “She definitely begins and ends in two different places. There’s a beginning, middle, and end to her story. It’s really inspiring and I hope it’s something that the fans draw some strength from. You watch destiny happened to Bell.”
Before filming started, Joel admitted that the solid had a “sense” in regards to the ending. “Things changed often in very specific ways,” he added. “Some small, some big, but we knew the shapes and we were encouraged to engage in dialogue about it, so we had some input about how things were going and to help refine that.”
Frances teased that the conclusion of the hit Amazon sequence is “epic” and “extremely hopeful.” Joel has performed Kido for the reason that present began in 2015 and he admitted that he “felt very protective” of Kido. “To go into the last season and to see what the ideas were, I just felt very grateful,” he advised HollywoodLife. “Not because it’s an easy season for Kido — because it’s the opposite — but it’s what he deserves. The world is big and big things happen and he deserves to meet his destiny. He deserves to meet his fate in a big way and that’s what happened.”
As for his or her remaining day of taking pictures, Frances stated it was “emotional” to say goodbye. “It was a beautiful note to end on,” she stated. Joel’s final day as Kido took place two weeks earlier than taking pictures accomplished for the sequence. “I didn’t go home. I stayed and I came and saw other people’s last days, including Francis’ last day,” he stated. “I think that just speaks to the kind of group that we are. It was fun to watch people say goodbye and witness the end of the experience.”