Sophie Thatcher Was Just as Shocked About Natalie’s Card Draw on Yellowjackets as We Were

“It was crazy because when I was reading the script, I was like, ‘No, this can’t happen!’ and then I was like, ‘No, I survive,'” Sophie Thatcher informed /Film. “I knew that something would happen, and I’m like, ‘Natalie’s going to get out of it.'”

Teen Natalie does get out of being eaten, which isn’t any shock given we all know she survives to turn into grownup Natalie. The scene the place she first picks the Queen of Hearts, nevertheless, is an intense and emotional one, and Thatcher went on to explain her character’s way of thinking:

“In that moment, she also takes in that acceptance, and I think she is just so emotionally drained and out of it and has experienced all the worst things a human being can experience. In that moment, she’s going to sacrifice herself and she’s going to give herself over to her teammates. It was just also the terror of thinking about if she were to try to do something or get out of it, they would chase her.”

Even although Natalie has accepted her destiny, Travis (Kevin Alves) intervenes and tells her to run. “Thank God for Travis,” Thatcher added with amusing. “He saved Natalie.”

Sadly, Travis saving Natalie in the end results in the dying of his youthful brother, Javi (Luciano Leroux), after Natalie and the ladies looking her let the boy drown after he falls via the ice. The wilderness selected, and Natalie survives, albeit with the guilt of letting Javi die, one thing that stays together with her proper up-to-the-minute of her personal dying within the season 2 finale.

The first two seasons of “Yellowjackets” are actually streaming on the Showtime app.

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