GQ Magazine: July 2018 – Pedro Pascal

Narcos alum Pedro Pascal is featured in the July 2018 issue of GQ Magazine.

From the digital issue:

“I’ve been to such extreme locations,” Narcos star Pedro Pascal says from Oahu where he’s filming a scene that he describes as “survivalist.” Hawaii is good to him, though. “At the end of the day, it’s a caress being here. There aren’t any snakes, no deadly spiders. It rains a lot but it’s never cold. The locals are just too cool.”

Still, he feels he’s been away from his spiritual home (New York City) for far too long. He’ll be leaving Oahu soon for London and a Wonder Woman sequel. He misses being onstage in New York, where he hustled in theater and on cop shows for more than a decade.

Narcos has been renewed for season four and five on Netflix.

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Photography: Daria Kobayashi Ritch / Styling: Lucy Armstrong / Grooming: Hee Soo Kwon


GQ Magazine: July 2018 – Bill Skarsgård

Castle Rock star Bill Skarsgård is featured in the July 2018 issue of GQ Magazine.

From the digital issue:

Not long after playing the child-eating psycho clown Pennywise in last year’s remake of It, Bill Skarsgård found himself in a nightmare of his own: fame. “I think it’s easy for people to think of celebrity as something attractive. That aspect of it scares the shit out of me,” says the 27-year-old.

The Swedish actor appeared in Deadpool 2, stars in Hulu’s Stephen King-inspired Castle Rock and has a small role in September’s feminist revenge fantasy Assassination Nation. In terms of acting, he finds a quiet confidence in acknowledging that he is only, in his words, “pretty good.”

He has an idea to being some anonymity back into his life. The plan? To run away from it all. “I’m going to Japan.” He’s joking. We hope.

Castle Rock airs Wednesdays on Hulu.

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Photography: Daniel Jackson / Styling: Geoge Cortina / Hair: Ward at the Wall Group / Grooming: Romy Soleimani