Mary Reveals Details on Latest Fargo Episode

Yesterday’s (June 7) episode of Fargo was the craziest one yet and Mary Elizabeth Winstead spoke to several outlets to talk about it. There’s spoilers in every single one of these interviews, so only read if you’ve seen the ep. I will just post some highlights, but click on the links to read them in full:

The Wrap:

TheWrap: What was the toughest part about shooting the episode?
Mary Elizabeth Winstead: How ambitious it was, combined with the time constraints of shooting television — even when I read it, I just thought, “How are we going to do this?” If this was a movie, we would spend two months just on this. When you [watch the episode], it all moves so quickly that maybe it doesn’t seem as [difficult] as what we really had to shoot. It was at night and freezing cold. And just to be chained together and not be able to communicate in the way that you normally do, I don’t think I’ve ever been in quite a unique situation like that before.

It’s interesting to see Nikki become the hero of the show. How will fans react to where the rest of the season takes her?
She’s evolved so much — I don’t think I ever would have imagined that she ends up in the places that she goes to in the second half of the season when I started. Noah had told me that when I signed on, that she would be the heart of the season. I think [fans will] be continually surprised — I know I was in reading it. Every turn, I felt something was happening that I didn’t expect and that I was totally shocked and excited by. Nikki continues to stir things up in a way that you hope she would. She doesn’t give up because that would be totally out of character for her. She keeps fighting the good fight.

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Mary Stops by New York Live and Facebook Live

Yesterday in New York, Mary stopped by New York Live to discuss season 3 of Fargo and to talk about her music, revealing that someday she’d like to put something out on her own. Watch that interview below:

Later that day, she stopped by Facebook to take some viewer questions to talk about the show. You can watch that on their page here.

Mary Stops By Sirius XM Radio

Day two of Mary promoting Fargo in New York continues with her stopping by the SiriusXM radio studios. Love how fresh her whole look is! Head to the gallery to check out the new pics!

Mary Attends CFDA Event

Mary is gearing up to promote Fargo this week in New York, stopping by the AOL Build Series on Thursday as well as Late Night With Seth Meyers on Wednesday. Before doing so, Mary’s first night in NY was spent attending the CFDA’s Fashion Awards, where she arrived with designer Lela Rose. I’ve added HQs of Mary at the event, and will hopefully be adding more soon. Enjoy!


Mary Attends Gold Derby Emmy’s Party

Last week, Mary attended Gold Derby’s Emmy Season Kickoff Party with her Fargo co-star Olivia Sandoval. You can head to the gallery to check out the new pics, and if you missed her interview with Gold Derby from last month, you can watch it below.

Fargo 3×07 Screencaps and BTS video; 3×08 Preview

Paige has screen capped Mary’s scenes in episode 3×07 of FX’s Fargo. There’s only 3 episodes remaining this season. How crazy is that?! Below are the caps, as well as a behind the scenes video from the episode where the actors talk about how technology is taking over in the 2010 setting and a preview for next week’s episode, airing on June 7.

Behind the scenes of 3×07

3×08 preview:

Mary Discusses Women Who Inspire Her At The Wrap Panel

Yesterday in Los Angeles, Mary was joined by Abigail Spencer, Jonathan Banks and Underground’s Aisha Hinds to talk about their shows for The Wrap‘s Emmys Drama Actor panel. While there, Mary talked about the women who inspired her growing up and her love for the new Wonder Woman film starring Gal Gadot and directed by Patty Jenkins:

On Wonder Woman:

“It was like a real great popcorn action movie. There was nothing sappy or [the stereotypes] people attribute to more feminine kinds of films that they find to be negative in some way. It was just good, and there’s no reason why it wouldn’t be.”

On growing up being inspired by women in TV:

“It was all stories about women.That was just normal. It was always about women… That’s all I ever wanted to watch.”

You can watch the full panel here:

Mary in The Hollywood Reporter

On April 30th at THR‘s mammoth photo shoot, several actors and actresses working this Emmy season all gathered together at the annual photo shoot to ready themselves for the upcoming award show, but not before they revealed the television family they related to growing up.

Mary’s response was “My So-Called Life because it felt like a very real family. And I wanted to be Claire Danes on that show.”

I’ve added Mary’s photos to the gallery as well as a behind the scenes video of the stars playing a game of ‘Never Have I Ever’.



L.A. Times Photo Shoot 2017 and New Fargo Still

A few weeks ago in May, Mary had stopped by the L.A. Times offices to promote season 3 of Fargo (which you can view here), and now thanks to Paige, we have even more beautiful photos of Mary while she was there. Check them out in the gallery.

I’ve also added a new still of Mary from the show as well:

We all know Mary is incredibly talented, but I’m so proud of her work on this show. She’s been amazing and absolutely killing it this season!