If you’re not already watching “The Expanse” on Amazon Prime Video right now, go ahead and do it right away. If you watch every episode without stopping to sleep or sustenance, you Probably Just make it before the conclusion to complete The series that airs today (January 14).
Space.com had a chance to talk to “The Expanse” actors Kara Gee, who plays Kamina Drummer, and Keon Alexander, who plays Marco Inaros.
The drummer is a very serious person and rightfully so. In the past few years, she’s had to deal with the death of her friend and mentor Claes Ashford and the crushing of her spine while driving an OPA Behemoth during a slow zone incident. Which of these two things will get the wind out of your sails. On the other hand, Ji rides the storm and the wind behind her. How do you prepare for the transition from reality to the role?
“I adore the drummer like a face first, every chance I get,” she laughs. “They gave us these wonderful words to say and her voice and makeup, as it is, are a gift to be able to transform completely.”
Alexander’s role is no picnic, either. Honestly, Marco Inaros crazy And to deliver a compelling performance like Alexander, you have to wonder if it’s hard to let go of him, once you have your head in that space.
“I feel like I’m still unpacking some of the ways he’s tangled up with me, so yeah, sure. I mean, he’s obviously there. There are parts of us all like him, and it makes me feel a little rough when people use the word ‘evil’ — these are narcissism traps. And the ranges the ego would go to if it were unconstrained in all of us,” Alexander said. “It was an interesting move far Of it, certainly a process.”
The sixth and final season meets a solar system engaged in an all-out war, as Marco Inarus continues to launch devastating asteroid attacks on Earth and Mars. However, Gee and Alexander joined in on the story after Syfy had already aired, the first in 2017 in “Doors & Corners” (S02, E02) and the last in 2019 in “Retrograde” (S04, E04). After all this time, they must have taken something from the show to remember the “stretch” experience.
“It’s okay… you can tell them…” Alexander Legge says, laughing. “I took Marco Inaros’ underwear. Yes, I freed Marco’s underwear…”
And if you want to hear more who – which The story… You’ll need to watch the video above.
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Sad to think the show is coming to an end, but we’ll see Naomi Nagata (Dominic Tipper), Jim Holden (Stephen Strait), Amos Burton (Wes Chatham) as well as Clarissa Maw (Nadine Nicole), and Krisjen join Avasarala (Shohreh Aghdashloo) and Bobbie Draper (Frankie Adams) to Gee and Alexander at the conclusion of the show on Friday.
It might be time to indulge in rewatching the series.
This is the last season that Amazon Prime Video will produce. It leads us to the events in Book 6, “Ashes of Babylon” by James S. Corey – the joint pseudonym of authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Frank. In the overall story, there’s a 28-year gap between the events of “Babylon’s Ashes” and Book 7, “Persepolis Rising,” so this seems like a natural breakout spot. the Final A book in the ninth novel series “Leviathan Falls” is out now.
Season 6 consists of only six episodes, each about an hour long. The sixth and final episode, “Babylon’s Ashes,” airs on Amazon Prime TV today (January 14).