Bridgerton first appeared on Netflix on December 25, 2020, and since its first release, the show has grown to become one of the most popular shows on Netflix. The TV show is based on a series of novels by Julia Quinn that follows the social season at Regency London.
Regé-Jean Page features Simon Basset, Duke of Hastings, and Phoebe Dynevor features Daphne Bridgerton, the eldest daughter of the Bridgerton family. The two actors appeared on Access Daily on January 9 to discuss what it was like to film the first season of Bridgerton.
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In Bridgerton, Daphne is presented to society throughout the social season in an effort to find a spouse. Together, Simon and Daphne come up with a plan to court. In this way, Daphne will be seen as worthy of other lawyers and Simon will be able to avoid the frightening attention of other women and their mothers.
As he appears on it Access every day, Dynevor was asked what drew her to the project as an actress.
“I mean, I think Shondaland doing Regency was the first thing that stood out to me. I thought that was just so interesting, ”she said. “I knew the women were a real group. They weren’t going to be, you know, the scary women we’ve seen before, sometimes in Regency dramas before, so that’s what made me really happy. ”
Dynevor continued, “And then obviously I found the books and I was excited about those and the character.”
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On December 30, 2020, E! Red carpet and prize displays published an interview with Page and Dynevor. In the interview, Page and Dynevor discussed what it was like to film close-ups of their characters.
“I’m really proud of those scenes,” Dynevor said. “We worked hard to make them feel real and also, you know, I was very safe, I felt very safe with Regé and a close liaison co-ordinator. We stopped them as if they were complex stunts. ”
She said, “It’s so important for the characters’ journey to see these scenes … they’re there to tell this story and the kind of sexual awakening Daphne has and I think that’s so important for her story. , in particular. ”