Lisburn Today - The 45-year-old actress said that while she could not reveal any of the plot lines of series two of The Fall, she promised viewers would be gripped.
“All I can say is that this series is going to be a lot more explosive and intense,” she teased. “You wouldn’t want to miss it.”
Of her co-star Jamie Dornan, Gillian had only high praise, saying that “he’s just one of the loveliest young men and I’m really happy for him with his success and his family, he’s just a sweetheart, he’s a great guy.”
BelfastTelegraph - "I think she is maybe getting a little bit closer to him," says Gillian Anderson with a laugh as she teases what we can expect in the next series of The Fall.
'Him' of course is none other than the hottest property in Hollywood, Co Down actor Jamie Dornan, who stars alongside Gillian in what became the highest rated drama on BBC2 last year.
true to her enigmatic character Detective Stella Gibson, Gillian is
giving nothing away about whether or not she will ever catch up with
everyone's favourite serial killer Paul Spector.
It's the question everyone wants answered, but Gillian, 45, says she isn't being deliberately mysterious.
actually don't know," she admits. "We haven't been given the script for
the last episode. The writer Allan Cubbitt is so clever -- so who knows
what might happen? What I do know is that I want to come back for many
One thing she can reveal is that if she is coming back, Mr
soon-to-be-Christian Grey in Fifty Shades Of Grey will be back too.
Rumours that perhaps Jamie is a 'little too Hollywood' now he's hit the
big time as a movie star are, she says, wide of the mark.
is just the sweetest, nicest guy you could ever meet and no he hasn't
changed at all. Of course he will be back if we are all back. You know
if he says he is leaving us, I'll give him a good slap and change his
mind!" she says with a laugh.
Despite once being voted the sexiest woman in the world and gracing
red carpets across the globe, it's clear that Gillian, who shot to fame
in her early twenties as Dana Scully in cult TV show The X Files, values
the friendships she has made while filming in Belfast.
Fall, she says, is a team effort and the cast and crew are great
friends with no boundaries between the on-screen stars and backstage