In which Maggie Gyllenhaal explains the completely fuck off amazing wardrobe her character has in The Honourable Woman:
Ms. Gyllenhaal was wearing a black-and-white halter dress by Roland Mouret, who apparently has an important role in the show. “I’m playing this billionaire who can wear whatever she wants,” she said. “It was difficult with the production, which was financed by the BBC and Sundance, to come up with a wardrobe like that. I called in some favors from Roland Mouret and a couple of others like Stella McCartney and Acne.”
Written by Murray Miller (Girls) based on an original concept by him and Samberg, the sports mockumentary stars Samberg and Harington as fierce tennis rivals in an epic, seven-day match at 2004 Wimbledon. The location is hardly random — the longest tennis match on record was held on Court 18 at Wimbledon during the 2010 championships when John Isner and Nicolas Mahut battled it out for 11 hours over three days, with the American ultimately clinching a victory, 70-68 in the fifth set.
"They bled for this. The future’s coming whether we like it or not, but it ain’t written anywhere that it includes any of us, and getting there ain’t free. There’s a cost. People who put up the money, they like to take the credit, but the credit belongs to them that built it. This machine is the future.Make them see that.”