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She was instantly playful and joking, poking some friendly fun at her co-stars.
“Thing is,” she tells me, “we don’t have to work together anymore, so I can tell you how I feel about everyone.” Of her own character Mc Grath says,“I I could take Morgana with me. She’s confident and self-assured and, you know, determined, and I’m just a bit picky and actressy, so there are a lot of times that I wish I had more Morgana around.” Colin Morgan, for his part, feels that after five years of doing the show there will surely be elements of the actors that go into the characters, “but,” he adds, “I think we’re pretty distinguishable from our characters.” “I wish Colin was more like Merlin,” Katie admits teasingly.
Somehow, he just looks more chaotically boyish and masculine; like a young Gregory Peck in the film How the West Was Won.
He is wearing a casual, blue and white check shirt, which just reinforces this idea, and hints at his love of being outside in nature, admiring sloths and bears. Then there are the eyes, which are very blue, lively, intelligent and inquisitive – but the hair is a revelation!
“I like Merlin better.” There could “absolutely” be some kind of reconciliation between Guinevere and Morgana by series’ end – one teensy tiny stipulation, though.
For it is Morgan who has read his Mallory and Tennyson, and reinvented Merlin for a 21 Century audience not as a knarled, white-haired prophet of ancient myths and legend, but rather as charming, gauche, accident prone underdog who must wait until the time is right to reveal his magical powers.
And moreover, if the headcanon of Colin and Bradley being in a romantic relationship is true, keeping it in the spotlight would only make it more difficult for them to maintain.
Imagine the already daunting task of having a long-distance relationship…THEN add in that you’d attract GLARING amounts of attention were you to ever be seen together in public. If someday Colin decides to come out with matching wedding bands and glitter and sparkles and fireworks and fanfare, then good on him.
Openly gay actors, for example, are often overlooked for heterosexual romantic roles, and gay male actors are also often overlooked for action roles.
Why would Colin want to limit himself in that way when he has professed to wanting to “stretch his knowledge and ability in all directions” (I paraphrased that because I’m too lazy to look for the exact quote right now)?
I’ll be the first one to stand up and cheer him on for his courage.