COLMAN: I think you have to go deeper, which is a beautiful thing. There was something even in the episode I directed with Maggie and Austin. I think you get to more than their inner life and you get those personal moments too. Like the idea of when Maggie is on the roof at the end – like, you get that part that isn’t in response to someone else. It’s just the audience and this character sometimes. So I think you get a lot more out of those moments and I think you get a little more room to breathe. Because, you know, in these group dynamic scenes, you just go, go, go with the action. You don’t get a moment to sit down and actually just be with someone and drink a beer and have a conversation. Right? [Laughs.] So I liked that in these episodes. I talk more with people. I̵7;m not just like “Point, point, go!” I sit and actually have a conversation, which I think as an actor I really do. I think we all love action sequences and other things too, but I know that every actor who is worth a grain loves those moments where you can just delve into the character and the story.
MAGI: Somehow it feels a little more powerful. Because it actually attracts the audience and we don’t rely so much on the external effects of the environment. Yes, I mean, you nailed it, Coleman. I find him more enjoyable as an actor. I love action stunts, but there is energy when you just start working more intimately.