Welcome to Sophie Turner Fan, your online source dedicated to British Actress Sophie Turner. Sophie is best known for her role as Sansa Stark in 'Game of Thrones' but you may also recognise her from X-Men: Apocalypse,Josie,Time After Time and X-Men: Dark Phoenix. We aim to be your most up-to-date and comprehensive source for Sophie. Check back daily for all the latest news, photos and info. Thank you for visiting the site and supporting Sophie and her career!
I have re-uploaded over 1000 HQ photos of Sophie Turner from 2014 to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look and enjoy!
Also, I need to renew the domain this month and with all this situation, I am not sure if I am going to have enough money, so, please, if you like this site and want to help me to keep this online, you can go here to donate. Every little bit helps. Thanks, I don’t want to loose the site.
Some new brides may be inclined to unbox appliances and avoid sending thank-you notes. Sophie Turner, however, was desperate to get back on set.
“‘Dark Phoenix’ had just come out, I had just gotten married, and as soon as the wedding was over I thought, ‘Thank god I can take a breath, now I want to get back to work,’” Turner tells Variety of life after “Game of Thrones” and her marriage to singer Joe Jonas in 2019.
After “Thrones,” which ran for a remarkable eight seasons and landed her an Emmy nomination, Turner sought something new and got it two-fold — jetting off to Italy’s Dolomite mountains to film a survival tale unlike she’d ever seen, for Jeffrey Katzenberg’s upstart mobile video platform Quibi.
“There were so many new things happening in my life at the time so I thought, ‘Okay, maybe I’ll roll with this because it sounds so innovative and exciting,’” she said.
Hello to everyone! First, I wish all of you are safe and fine.
With all the time that I have now to be online, I thought that I must re-organize the gallery so, I am going to play with this one. I am going to remove low quality photos and just add high quality ones. Maybe, we are going to loose some photos but it will be better just to have great ones. I am just going to keep low quality in case that I haven’t any HQ for this event, shoot…Also, I need to add some photos that were missing here, like shoots, magazines…So, keep visiting the site to find everything.
I want to let you know that I changed my twitter account too, I got some problems with the old one so, you can join the community at the new account to know all the updates or contact with me. Please, would like to find you there.
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I started with the old appearances of Sophie and added 2012-2013 photos to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look.
At the close of “Please Remain Seated,” the third episode of Sophie Turner’s new series Survive, heroine Jane Solace (Turner) finds herself in the middle of a plane crash. Jane is besieged by glass and the most terrifying effects of gravity — it’s horrifying. This detail isn’t a spoiler, since the entire marketing campaign behind Survive — launching on brand new streaming platform Quibi April 6 — hinges on the fact that Jane is forced to survive after ending up trapped on an icy, deadly mountain with only a stranger named Paul (Corey Hawkins) to help her.
While Turner’s first project, 21st century TV touchstone Game of Thrones, threw direwolves, dragons, and ice zombies at the 24-year-old, she still says the mountains (both physical and mental) of Survive were much more complicated to climb.
The Emmy-nominee started filming Thrones in 2009 when she was just 13. Kicking off Quibi with her very own show remains more daunting. “It’s actually much scarier because the market is so much more competitive now,” Turner told Refinery29 in an email ahead of Survive’s debut. “So there’s a huge amount of pressure to make something unlike anything else that’s being made right now.”
Survive certainly isn’t like anything else in the streaming landscape. First, there are the technical basics of the drama, which debuts with three 10-minutes-or-fewer chapters. Quibi will then release a new episode of the series every weekday until the story is complete (Survive will wrap on Friday, April 17). Then there is the actual, extremely delicate plot of Survive. When viewers meet Jane, she is a patient at a mental health facility called Lifehouse following a death by suicide attempt a year prior. On the outside Jane — who has been diagnosed with PTSD and suicidal ideation — has improved her mental health since her near-death experience. Jane is apparently doing so well, that her caretakers approve her release from Lifehouse.
On the inside, however, Jane is hiding a plan for a final death by suicide. She is hoping to end her life on her flight back home to New York (early episodes of Survive open with a trigger warning). “Mentally, I knew that headspace,” Turner, who shared her own history with suicidal ideation in April 2019, explained about her process to get into Jane’s painful mindset. “All I had to do was more specific research to hone in on the specificities of Jane’s mental illness.”
Even though the trailer for Sophie Turner’s Survive has lots of snow, mountains and even a wolf, it has very little in common with Game of Thrones. Her character is about as far from Sansa Stark as she could get.
The project slated for the soon-to-debut Quibi streaming service finds Turner as a young girl in modern times dealing with her impending release from rehab. In fact, the first half of the trailer leads you to believe that this may be pretty standard fare about the process of recovery, and then, almost out of nowhere, her plane crashes. Turner’s character is left with the only other survivor, played by Straight Outta Compton’s Corey Hawkins, as they fight to, well, as the title says, survive.
Survive will serve as one of Quibi’s many first-day titles when it launches on April 6th. The mobile-first streaming service will deliver installments of both serialized shows and movies in ten minutes-or-less segments. [Source]
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Survive (TV Series) Role: Jane Release Date: 2020
Jane has to fight for her life when her plane crashes on a remote snow-covered mountain. Paul is the only other remaining survivor and together they embark on a harrowing journey out of the wilderness.
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