He’s just a really open person and really smart and also wanted to make sure the kids felt empowered to make artistic choices in the scenes. GD: I love it. I always said when we were shooting, ‘I can’t wait for your ‘Saturday Night Live.'”. She doesn’t smoke personally, a fact that should only elevate her natural depiction in “The Nest,” even if it sparks a bit of anxiety for the actor. Deadline Media, Get our free, urgent prediction updates and news, Prediction Charts: Who’s moving up – and down, Billboard Awards: Predictions by Top 24 Users, Grammy Noms: Predictions by All-Star Users, Billboard Awards Predictions Odds: Combined, Leaderboards: See All Past Prediction Accuracy Scores, Leaderboards: Best Prediction Accuracy Scores for Film, TV and Music Awards, Leaderboards; Best TV Show Predictions by Gold Derby Users, Find a User or Expert / Download Gold Derby’s Free, New App, SPEAK UP: ‘American Idol’ Forum Discussion. But also, I wanted her to be more than one thing. Carrie Coon. In a matter of hours for Allison and seconds for the audience, she’s traversed an unbridgeable spectrum for so many of her onscreen peers. Carrie Coon at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 27 in Park City, Utah. There are very few scripts that are really about women that come out and there’s going to be the same 10 or 12 women being considered for those and I’m not one of them. You can drop it just like that?” But the thing I always feel as an actor, we have the gift of being invited to be fully expressed in a way that the average person in their job isn’t asked to be. Savvy TV viewers are surely well-acquainted with Carrie Coon by now, through her acclaimed performances on the likes of The Leftovers and Fargo 's third season. CC: Well, I’m ticking off some boxes. CC: Well, that’s a really palpable and applicable question right now because so many people found their way to the show during the pandemic who hadn’t watched it because they were running out of things to watch and they finally took up someone’s recommendation. © Copyright 2021 Gold Derby, a subsidiary of Penske Business Media, LLC. [Interview… CC: Well, it is a fish out of water story. Copyright © 2021 Penske Business Media, LLC. November 21, 2019 In my mind, Carrie Coon belongs to a select group of actors that seem to make anything better. She can take a drag to collect her thoughts, or she can excuse herself as way to get away from Rory, who doesn’t smoke. So I had a great time. Sign up for our Email Newsletters here. I had done some informal riding, but never the kind of equestrian training you see in the film and for Sean, his mother and his sister both trained horses so he had a very specific idea about what that looked like and the thing that you learn is that you can’t lie on a horse. We didn’t need to talk about it or think about it in that way. She smokes at work, the burnt ash building up as fast as the bills, while she mentally balances the books after riding lessons. But then there’s other scenes where you’re doing this totally wild dance or the argument scenes or later on you have this big emotional scene that I won’t spoil but I’ll just say that you are asked to express a level of sorrow. I mean, I thought they were getting out of the building because I’d gone to the bathroom and came back and they thought I was just a seat filler who was losing my mind to get attention. Watch the exclusive interview above and read the transcript below. It’s safe to say now, with a Gotham Award nomination already in hand, that’s the only space from which it could. She raises the lidless mug of coffee to her lips just as a whiff of smoke emerges, swallowing the liquid and the gas simultaneously, wholly, and without thinking twice about either. It’s the most tasteful version of it. They’re just my people.”, Such a humble explanation befits the Ohio-born star, whose Midwestern modesty has a way of twisting compliments into self-improvement ideas. I’m an American in the U.K. as much as Allison is an American in the U.K. The two things don’t have to be separate, as they so often are portrayed in movies.”. Allison uses cigarettes as a way to delineate her territory. It’s big and it’s expansive, but it’s almost like you just become so much more isolated than you were before and there’s that element of dread and fear. Carrie Coon has always had a great “mom yell”—to the extent that her brothers break out in hives when they watch her do it on film. PHOTOS: ‘Masked Singer’ reveals for all seasons, Join the Discussion in our Reality TV Forums, Watch our chats with top BTL awards contenders: costumes, music, docs, cinematography and …, Emmy Predictions slugfests: Experts, Gold Derby Editors, Sean Durkin interview: ‘The Nest’ director/writer. “I think there’s a big misconception for people who don’t know any horse people, that think of horses as this glamorous, expensive thing that people do in a leisurely way,” Durkin said, adding that many of the trainers and stablehands he worked with were smokers, as well. “My family gives me a lot of shit about smoking poorly,” Coon said of her parents’ reaction to past roles. I truly could just walk out with Sean’s script and start acting it and we would be most of the way there. Interviews, News. GD: Amazing. Sometimes I think that stuff really hits you over the head, but I think it allows also a contemporary person to enter the story because it’s not so overt. Our actor of the decade Carrie Coon tells all about The Leftovers, David Fincher, and more. I don’t get to do comedies very often and “Ghostbusters” is a comedy, and I was really surprised when Jason Reitman came a-calling. All of that is in the script. I thought it was really smart. GD: Yeah, the clothes, the hair, it was all fabulous. They were really on board with Sean’s vision. So how much did you factor in that context into your performance, the idea that this is a woman who’s steeped in this culture of the ‘80s and also she’s kind of fighting back against the societal stuff, but also still very much in that world? They feel everything in your body and if you betray any lack of confidence or anxiety, they’re going to go off and follow the leader because they’re pack animals or they’re just going to do whatever they want because you’re not in charge and to have to center yourself in that way is so instructive. GD: Well, you also have a few projects coming up. In television, she is known for her starring roles as grieving mother Nora Durst in the HBO drama series The Leftovers (2014–2017) and as Gloria Burgle in the third season of the FX anthology series Fargo (2017). She’s the tether. So it’s never the thing you think it’s going to be, I’ve found. And I think it speaks to the moment we’re in, actually, in some really unique ways. But Jason grew up on the set. I’ve never been recognized on the street for “Gone Girl,” for “The Sinner.” It’s always “Leftovers” people, or they’ll hear my voice and they’ll whip around and say, “Are you Nora Durst?” So it’s really interesting. 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It’s really flattering to be asked to do something and I really love the script. Carrie Coon discusses the theater-like quality of working with Jude Law on 'The Nest.' Will critical praise for Carrie Coon in ‘The Nest’ lead to an Oscar nomination? Arguably the most iconic shot of “The Leftovers” features the star sitting in a hotel, clinging to a cigarette as the sprinklers rain down through her tears. Not that I didn’t have, I guess it was in there, but I didn’t know how to use it. “She was actually driving the car,” Durkin said in an interview with IndieWire. Heart’s “These Dreams” blasts out the open windows, and Allison absentmindedly takes a drag from her lit cigarette as she gulps down her morning coffee. Interviews with leading film and TV creators about their process and craft. Get The Latest IndieWire Alerts And Newsletters Delivered Directly To Your Inbox. “Everyone who’s seen her knows she’s a great actor, and obviously capable of very taxing, enticing, dramatic work, but she’s so funny. It’s like the cliche of an old English manor house, but I didn’t realize ’til about halfway through shooting that our production design team had actually made it look older and more rundown than it actually appeared. Carrie Coon: Well, the first thing that stood out was that it was an offer, that somebody wanted me to be the leading lady in a film, which, if you’ve been following my career you know that doesn’t always happen for me. I wonder if you could speak to what she means to you now and what the fan response to Nora has also meant to you. CC: One of the great things about the fact that it was a period piece is also about the way we go from America to the U.K. because what’s great about it is that though America has a class system, it’s not as stratified or as overt as the one in the U.K. As you point out, people who appreciate the show have a very specific connection to it, usually, often related to their own grief, and I am so privileged to get to hear from people how important it was in whatever moment they found it. (A no-holds-barred dinner scene stands as the year’s pillar of acerbic glee. Secondly, I’d seen “Martha Marcy May Marlene” and so I knew about Sean’s sensibilities, vocabulary. I had an audition in Ellen Lewis’ office for a couple of parts. And she’s got a taste of it, like you say, of good fortune. It’s a beautiful house. Fixed iFrame Width: in pixels px Height: in pixels px. GD: And this is a movie that’s requiring so many different emotions from you. Carrie Coon, the star of “The Leftovers” and “Fargo” returns to the screen this week with the … “The Nest” makes the most of Coon’s known strengths: her chameleonic ability to command a room one minute and shrink into the crowd the next; her spirited rage cut with heartbreaking fragility; her courage. (“Maybe that’s a weakness,” or “Maybe I should think about that more  — maybe I’d be better.”) Still, it hardly covers the breadth of her performance. Get the latest news about Carrie Coon. And Paul Rudd. And it was important to me because, not playing a leading lady very much, I needed to feel like walking into those frames I looked like I belonged there. As tense as the movie feels, we had a really beautiful, extraordinary time in that place. They do weddings there. Carrie Alexandra Coon (born January 24, 1981) is an American actress. She’s also a progressive woman, but she’s also kind of unsatisfied with some aspects of her life, very three-dimensional, very human character. “It’s so funny the conversations that come out of it because I didn’t even think about it,” Durkin said, who wrote every cigarette Allison uses into the script. And then we really didn’t see each other until we started shooting in Toronto and we had a day with the kids, Oona Roche and Charlie Shotwell, on the set just to kind of hang out and get to know each other and it was so seamless. “Carrie is the perfect Allison [because] she can give you the smallest, most natural detail in the subtlest way — with a facial expression or whatever — and she’s physical, and can move through a space while loving the technical side of it,” Durkin said. SHARES. So I’m having a great year. I mean, it really felt like a true leading part and not just a supporting wife, and then most importantly, I’d never seen marriage dealt with this way. “I know a lot of people haven’t had that experience of it, but when you hit the reset button like that and you can start from an honest place, then you have an opportunity to move forward and remake your agreements in a way that’s functional, as opposed to continuing to live unexamined,” she said. “Well, she never told me she loves the technical side of it, but you can just feel it when you’re working. But I’m curious if you’re an actor who is able to be totally in a scene and then once they yell, “Cut,” you can just make that switch and goof around, or if just the heaviness of the scene still is lingering with you. For me, it was just, ‘Yeah, of course [she smokes].'”. She won the TCA Award for Individual Achievement … As a woman, you have to advocate for yourself in a different way in the world and she really helped me figure that out. It feels very real, and we had a great costume designer, Matthew Price and Emma Scott, who did our hair and makeup. GD: Yeah, and, even though this can feel contemporary, it is a period piece taking place in the ‘80s. Also, I grew up in a rural area so this idea of this woman who’s able to have one foot in mucking a stall and another foot in play-acting this very ritzy lifestyle was something I could relate to. I haven’t seen it yet. It was like, “Oh, this is who she is. But for me personally, I learned a lot about myself working on that part because there’s a way that Nora Durst walks into a room that wasn’t necessarily the way I walked into a room. But is there anything you can tease about about that or “The Gilded Age” or anything else you have coming up? Do you have any memories from that night or just from that experience of being nominated with your peers that you just look back on fondly? That’s what great period films do is they give you a little bit of space to contemplate things that are actually still very present but with the distance of considering it as a period piece. CC: I was shooting on “The Leftovers” one day and Tom Perrotta, who wrote the book and was one of our producers, was on set and I had this big, huge emotional scene to do and it was the end of the day and then we were walking out and he was crying and I was like, “All right, Tom, I’ll see you later!” And he was like, “Just like that? But I find that one of the best ways into it for me was the horse training, because that is a particular kind of grounded-ness. We did fill it with a lot of laughter, though. She smokes at dinner, the gray fumes billowing around her like thought bubbles and completing her impossibly elegant ensemble. It was just an extension of her.”, “There is something about the ownership of a space that is private, and I think for women that’s probably more of a need, especially in that time,” Coon said. She co-hosts Collider FYC, The Witching Hour and hosts the interview series, Collider Ladies Night. “It’s such a part of her pace and her tone and her emotion, her timing, and Carrie just knew what that was and fell right into it. Joan Marcus. Carrie Coon stars in the new Sean Durkin film, “The Nest,” playing a 1980s woman having marital issues with her husband. So I also had a baby. She’s the ground underneath Rory’s feet,” and yet, kind of dreaming he’s doing is really intoxicating, and who wouldn’t want to be enrolled in that dreaming? Go behind the scenes of THE SINNER with Carrie Coon and get the scoop on the exciting new season. So it was firstly, really flattering. So it was nice to give Allison some really distinct obstacles to push back against, which I think would have had to have been more subtle if it was set in America. My husband [actor and playwright Tracy Letts] and I both got nominated for Tonys, and we were hanging out waiting for those even though our show had closed in March. “Sean and I, we grew up in the same time, and there is not a photograph of me from ages zero to six where there isn’t someone smoking in my face. But they had done all of this fine, fine work to give it that quality and I had no idea that it was not real. I think everyone will have an appetite for it when it comes out. But this was really just about marriage. I also think that the slow revelation of what’s really underneath that marriage, that it’s not actually as equal as it seems, and what the movie does is take Allison out of her life as an entrepreneur — she’s a working mom — and thrust her into almost purely being a housewife in a way she hasn’t been before. Well, we had one prep day with Sean where I had a baby actually pretty recently before we started the film and so they actually came to New York and we went up to a conference room and we hashed out a little bit about their backstory and Sean filled us in on some of the ideas and we got to ask questions. Their connection is so strong they’re the only people who know who I am! Not to mention, it’s filled with a roster of great New York theater actors who won’t be going back to the theater anytime soon. PREDICT NOW: Who will win ‘The Masked Singer’? ), “She’s hilarious,” Durkin said. The show features quite the ensemble including Christine Baranski, Cynthia Nixon, Morgan Spector, Taissa Farmiga and a recent guest of Collider Ladies Night, Carrie Coon. Carrie Coon | The Interview Show. I just had to show up and try to be present. All rights reserved. Coon recently spoke with Gold Derby contributing writer Kevin Jacobsen about what was special about “The Nest,” working with Jude Law and how her work in “The Leftovers” continues to resonate. (Laughs.). Allison won’t stand for it. Sign Up: Stay on top of the latest breaking film and TV news! Carrie Coon Talks ‘The Nest,’ Filming During A Pandemic & The Importance Of Zippers In ‘Ghostbusters’ [Interview] Brian Tallerico. Carrie Coon (‘The Nest’) on why it was ‘really flattering’ to be offered the part [Complete Interview Transcript] Kevin Jacobsen Kevin_Jacobsen. Carrie Coon has a habit of making the impossible look routine. 26. So I was just basically raising a baby and then going to work. When Ann Dowd won I was just screaming. Was there any particular scene here that you found the most challenging to try to pull off? So you might be shooting a scene and a bookcase would open and the patriarch would come through to get his reading glasses. He’s the perfect person to illuminate that legacy and it’s told with such love and such heart and such good fun. As soon as Rory’s facade cracks, his financial mishaps and personal insecurities exposed, she smashes through the remnants. “So I was a little concerned, but only because of criticism coming from the home front.”. She has received multiple award nominations for her acclaimed performance, including the Gotham Award for Best Actress. I didn’t have a lot of time to think about my emotional preparation. 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CC: Well, it was a very relaxing evening because I knew I wasn’t going to win (laughs). “Look at how 5.5 million women have been forced out of the workforce because of COVID — because of the responsibilities they have in the home,” she said. I just think it allows us some distance from the issues we’re still struggling with. Meanwhile, Coon is steering the car with only her knees — an act of nonchalance both instantly familiar yet rarely performed on command. Well, you mentioned “The Leftovers.” I wanted to go back to that because that was a show that for those of us who watched it, were very deeply impacted by it, I think, and Nora Durst was such a fan-favorite character and I think a lot of people discovered you as an actress through “The Leftovers.” I’m curious with actors what kind of relationship they have with their characters and after they’re done playing them, they’ve kind of put them away, and with Nora, I imagine it’s such a special character to you. The Emmy- and Tony-nominated star’s next role is in HBO’s “The Gilded Age,” a period drama set in 1880s New York City, when cigarettes went from a high society vice to a mainstream addiction. People like that in your category. Gotham nominee Carrie Coon (‘The Nest’) on leading a ‘fish out of water’ story [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW] Kevin Jacobsen Kevin_Jacobsen. Photo: Ben King (HBO), Graphic: Natalie Peeples. Take, for instance, a scene early in Sean Durkin’s fraught marital drama, “The Nest.” Having just been told by her status-obsessed husband, Rory (Jude Law), that they need to uproot the family and move to England, Allison O’Hara (Coon) drives to her cherished job as a riding instructor with a lot on her mind. “Allison is in an ostensibly more egalitarian marriage than average. I’m just so lucky I get to work with all these charming, attractive men. I could be wrong. Both a crutch and a weapon, Allison’s bad habit has become an unexpected focal point of the film, with fans ooo’ing and ah’ing over her evocative flares — even though to both writer and star, it was just a practical choice. GD: That’s right. Sign up for our Email Newsletters here. But that really crumbles when they get to England because those more traditional structures start to be reinforced in an overt way because the class system in England is more overt. But he’s so down to earth. Again, Carrie Coon deserves an Emmy for her nuanced performance as Vera." But, to be clear, Coon doesn’t need to smoke to deliver a magnetic performance. Despite a coping mechanism as unhealthy as the relationship she’s fighting through, Allison finds what Coon sees as a “hopeful” ending. Gold Derby: I’m curious what aspects of this project stood out to you more than other scripts or other offers that you encountered? She smokes in a divey dance bar, lighting up between her back-to-back vodka tonic orders. Stay on top of the latest breaking film and TV news! CC: What I’ve always found is that the thing you think is going to be the most challenging almost never is, and for me, you think of a big emotional set piece like the one you talk about at the end of the film that I won’t spoil and you think, “OK, that’s going to be a big day.” But in some ways, maybe because of the kind of work women are asked to do, that stuff actually ends up being easier than you think. And working with Jude Law as your husband, what kind of work did the two of you put in to establish that relationship that would show that there’s still love there but at a certain point, they’ve reached a level of resentment, I guess you could say. So the older I get, the more I just do that, just sort of be into the moment and try to be with the other person and directors are always surprised to meet me, I think, because of my work. That Allison smokes may be of note to younger viewers, who’ve grown up on movies heavily policed against tobacco use, but how Allison smokes is what resonates with everyone. Will ‘The Nest’ repeat awards success of Sean Durkin’s last film, ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’. Season 5 Episode 01/31/2020. And I’ll tell you this, I never get recognized. The thing is, she drinks and breathes at the same time. I read the script and I really loved it and that’s not easy to do, to take a franchise like that and try to give it a new life. You feel the dance at play.”, Charlie Shotwell, Jude Law, and Carrie Coon in “The Nest”. I didn’t see that scene as being the one that was going to drive me nuts on that day of shooting. Think Nora Durst in The Leftovers who lost her husband and two young children. And “The Gilded Age” is a period piece. … “The Nest” is now available from IFC Films to rent or buy. Chicago Tribune | Sep 09, 2020 at 1:03 PM . Carrie Coon discusses Gloria Burgle's epiphany, her own struggles with technology and the advantages of working with Damon Lindelof and Noah Hawley. Throughout it all, Coon channels every bit of Allison into a tiny, multifaceted prop: her cigarette. CARRIE COON: I was here doing Virginia Woolf on Broadway. CC: Really fabulous, right? But the thing that Tracy [Letts] and I always discover when we go is that what really happens is that you just see a bunch of people that you haven’t seen in a long time that you really love and people that you’ve worked with a few years ago or somebody that you got to see take a big step forward this year. So how were you able to get a sense of who Allison was? [Interview] From her podcast "Motherhacker" to audiobooks and motion-capture, Carrie Coon has built her voice into a powerful instrument. Marriage is almost a character in the movie and it also felt really authentic. “So to occupy those spaces felt very complex in a way that women aren’t typically written.”. They add to the confidence she carries, but they’re also a tool. Find exclusive interviews, video clips, photos and more on Entertainment Tonight. There’s nothing finite about it.’ By Michael Phillips. By Harry Haun • 09/25/17 12:00pm. I’m curious if the house itself, your environment actually helped you in any way to just draw something out of your character even more than you were expecting. For some reason, whatever that particular kind of anger and frustration was was very difficult for me on that day and I didn’t see that coming. “I don’t know, there are just some ways that her struggle feels so relevant to what’s happening right now in our country.”. You won the Critics’ Choice Award for “The Leftovers,” here at Gold Derby we’ve given you quite a few Gold Derby Award nominations and a win. So he really set the tone for that, which I was grateful for, because it can be really intimidating to walk into a movie with somebody like that. There’s a kind of backbone to her that I am so grateful for that I didn’t have. Normally there’s a divorce, there’s a death of a child, there’s an infidelity. So for me, it’s always felt really healthy and so, yeah, I’ve always been able to say, “Well, that felt really cathartic and now I’m ready to go to bed.” I also was alone in England with a nanny and my husband wasn’t there. Just to see them in a room, I don’t know, I find it really inspiring, actually. The dancing scene was fun. In addition to that, I think it’s very tastefully ‘80s. It was hard, ’cause you have to dance in the ‘80s style but it was so much fun to do. And tagged Carrie Coon belongs to a select group of actors that seem to make anything better your. 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