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People are very attached to the Raylan character, and Winona just seems like trouble waiting to happen, but it sucks that Natalie Zea has to deal with the backlash when she’s only doing her job by playing her role as written.
And he sheds light on what turned the tide for him (he, like co-star Ian Mc Shane, also is an executive producer on the film) and reveals why — in hindsight — he can say unequivocally that he made the right decision. And the false starts I never, quite honestly, paid attention to. TVLINE | What was your reaction when it looked like it was all going to come together finally? I guess I’m going to have to make some kind of decision here.” It was a very curious process. I didn’t know what it was going to ; it’s just a bunch of lines on a page. Where I feel [cheated] is not having an opportunity to celebrate the work that we did with [my] fellow cast members and to say goodbye knowing that that’s the end of this particular journey. I underestimated how much those people meant to me. It’s a blip.” But it was quite a memorable three years. He was a character that was so defined by his rage.But now that the two are back together, Zea says she’s feeling the hate. They don’t like her getting on their man,” she says.[From TV Guide] Certainly, I see her point, and I’ve had a few fleeting moments where I want to drag Winona off Raylan during one of their many love scenes.TVLINE | There were so many false starts to this project. I did not expect to be in the position to actually have to make a decision; I just assumed it would go away. TVLINE | Why do you think you were more reluctant to sign on than some of your other co-stars? But that’s not how this business tends to work, so what the f–k are you gonna do? It was also, for me personally, a very memorable time [in my life]. But now he’s got three children and he’s been married [to Anna Gunn’s Martha] for 10 years. Will he regress to the man he was, or will he be able to take a new path?It’s a curious [thing] deciding on whether to do a job when all of your old friends have already committed to it and you kind of think, “Well, I’ve never been in a position to be such an a–hole.” But it was [ultimately] a really wonderful process with [series creator/writer] David Milch and [director] Dan Minahan and [HBO]’s Carolyn Strauss. And one of the central questions on the show is, “Has he gained any wisdom? ” It allowed me to really enjoy returning to the character because I could try to answer some of those questions with the performance.