Viewers of HBO Max’s The Staircase could also be prepared to leap to their very own conclusions about actually occurred within the true-crime case on the middle of the restricted sequence, however star Sophie Turner doesn’t essentially need to hear about it.
The performer, whose venture premiered Thursday on the streaming platform, was a visitor on The Tonight Show on Friday. During her go to, host Jimmy Fallon needed to listen to her ideas on the fact-based story that facilities on Michael Peterson, a novelist accused of murdering his spouse, Kathleen.
Turner, who performs Michael’s daughter Margaret Ratliff, advised Fallon that she was an enormous fan of the 2004 French documentary on which the sequence relies. “It’s insane,” the Game of Thrones alum, 26, stated concerning the doc she found through Netflix lately. “And so about six months later, I found out they were making an HBO show about it, and I was like, sign me up.”
She went on to say that her sequence, which additionally stars Colin Firth, Toni Collette, Michael Stuhlbarg, Dane DeHaan, Patrick Schwarzenegger and Juliette Binoche, veers a bit from the documentary’s narrative. “This show is about that, but it’s not another telling of the same thing,” Turner defined. “It actually is about the making of the documentary, on top of the case that’s going on, because there’s layers and layers and layers of corruption.”
When Fallon requested Turner if her opinion of the actual case modified whereas filming the venture, she replied, “I’m so done talking about what happened.” The actress identified that her present’s crew would often debate the occasions, and she or he added, “Everyone had theories. I was theorizing for so long, and then by this point, I’m just like, I’m over it.”
The Staircase is at present streaming on HBO Max.