'The Blacklist' Season 2 Spoilers: James Spader Dishes On Red & Liz Relationship At Comic-Con 2014 [VIDEO]

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selinabln:

lizzingtonshippers:

Great article that actually gets it right. Recap of Comic-Con statements.

Yes, great article indeed. fileundernews is one of the few - along with WSJ’s Speakeasy - who gets it right when it comes to The Blacklist. Thank you for this :)

Thank you for the tag Sel!  Yes, I completely agree with that.  Articles by  fileundernews are unfailingly accurate and well done.  

selinabln:

So, I was watching this Blacklist promo, something like a best of S1 mash up, when this scene came up. This is new *dances* well, an old scene from a new, different camera angle. In the ep of The Freelancer that aired, this wasnt included. Their hands were never visible nor was Red’s side glance at the lovely lady next to him ;)’

selinabln:

So, I was watching this Blacklist promo, something like a best of S1 mash up, when this scene came up. This is new *dances* well, an old scene from a new, different camera angle. In the ep of The Freelancer that aired, this wasnt included. Their hands were never visible nor was Red’s side glance at the lovely lady next to him ;)’


 “We’ve already seen them very fractured at times and yet there’s some sort of compulsion that they have for one another. And not just Reddington’s feelings for her but also her feelings for him. And to me that’s one of the most fascinating things besides the fun to be had on the show. In terms of the emotional center of the show. This man has brought nothing but fire and brimstone and danger and peril into her life but for some reason she is enormously compelled by him. Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship.” — James Spader on Liz and Red’s relationship [full quote]
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 “We’ve already seen them very fractured at times and yet there’s some sort of compulsion that they have for one another. And not just Reddington’s feelings for her but also her feelings for him. And to me that’s one of the most fascinating things besides the fun to be had on the show. In terms of the emotional center of the show. This man has brought nothing but fire and brimstone and danger and peril into her life but for some reason she is enormously compelled by him. Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship.” — James Spader on Liz and Red’s relationship [full quote]
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 “We’ve already seen them very fractured at times and yet there’s some sort of compulsion that they have for one another. And not just Reddington’s feelings for her but also her feelings for him. And to me that’s one of the most fascinating things besides the fun to be had on the show. In terms of the emotional center of the show. This man has brought nothing but fire and brimstone and danger and peril into her life but for some reason she is enormously compelled by him. Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship.” — James Spader on Liz and Red’s relationship [full quote]
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 “We’ve already seen them very fractured at times and yet there’s some sort of compulsion that they have for one another. And not just Reddington’s feelings for her but also her feelings for him. And to me that’s one of the most fascinating things besides the fun to be had on the show. In terms of the emotional center of the show. This man has brought nothing but fire and brimstone and danger and peril into her life but for some reason she is enormously compelled by him. Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship.” — James Spader on Liz and Red’s relationship [full quote]
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“We’ve already seen them very fractured at times and yet there’s some sort of compulsion that they have for one another. And not just Reddington’s feelings for her but also her feelings for him. And to me that’s one of the most fascinating things besides the fun to be had on the show. In terms of the emotional center of the show. This man has brought nothing but fire and brimstone and danger and peril into her life but for some reason she is enormously compelled by him. Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship.” — James Spader on Liz and Red’s relationship [full quote]



[…] Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship. (full quote by roominthecastle)

James Spader at the SDCC panel of “The Blacklist” (2014)
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[…] Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship. (full quote by roominthecastle)

James Spader at the SDCC panel of “The Blacklist” (2014)
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[…] Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship. (full quote by roominthecastle)

James Spader at the SDCC panel of “The Blacklist” (2014)
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[…] Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship. (full quote by roominthecastle)

James Spader at the SDCC panel of “The Blacklist” (2014)
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[…] Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship. (full quote by roominthecastle)

James Spader at the SDCC panel of “The Blacklist” (2014)
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[…] Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship. (full quote by roominthecastle)

James Spader at the SDCC panel of “The Blacklist” (2014)
Zoom Info
[…] Even if he is incredibly frustrating, even if it goes against all of her intuitions, there’s this sort of counter-intuitive feeling that she has that still continues. When she has no place to go, she often shows up on his doorstep. And I think in a strange way, the more important relationship will be their present relationship. (full quote by roominthecastle)
James Spader at the SDCC panel of “The Blacklist” (2014)