SS: I think it’s been good, it’s only been 24 hours now since we’ve been here. But it’s been good—the rain is here, of course. A nice, cloudy, rainy day.DEJ: I love it when it’s rainy in London— it’s my favorite! It’s so, you know, romantic and lovely when it rains.
Daisy, you are of course a born and bred London girl. It must be nice to be home. But you’ve lived in London before, haven’t you, Sebastian?
SS: Yeah! I was in London In 2003, when I did a year at the Globe Theatre; my college, Rutgers University, had a program at the Globe, so that was the first time I was here. In 2010, I basically lived here for a year do- ing Captain America: The First Avenger, and then I was in and out of London. And then in 2019, then the pandemic, and I lived here for another six months doing another project. So, I really do like it here.
Oh, so you’re basically a local with all of that experience.
SS: Almost.DEJ: Practically a Londoner. He still hasn’t had a Sunday roast, though. That, to me, is shocking.
In all those years?
SS: I didn’t even know what that was—because usually Sundays, I keep to myself.
SS: And I was always in the hotel room crying.