Mandy Moore walked the red carpet This is us Sunday marks the end of the series where he reveals that there are scenes from the last episode that were shot a few years ago. The finale of the series titled “Our” will air on NBC on May 24.
“Honestly, there’s a lot going on in the finals for Milo [Ventimiglia] And I was filmed many years ago, ”Moore told Deadline on the red carpet. “So, I don’t remember what it was. We’ve shot a few things for it that I’m excited to see. But I read the script and I’m excited to see everyone else work. I think it’s really nice. In my own selfish way হয় perhaps because my character left for the last episode আমার I felt like it was the end of last week and it seemed like a lot of conclusions. I think it’s a really nice way to put things together and in a very satisfying fashion. “
Series creator Dan Fogelman confirmed that plans for the final began four years ago, revealing that “getting here is a long journey.” He said he had to keep himself away from what he was doing on the show and how he would be able to do his job.
“It’s been a complicated battle to back away from it and create a little distance to not be swept away by all the emotions,” Fogelman shared.
It was hard for Moore to let go of his emotions as he was shooting his character’s death in the final episode and reconnecting with his true love Jack (Ventimiglia) and other characters from the previous season.
“Everything,” he says of the episode titled “The Train,” about what he liked most. “From working with Ron Sefas Jones and Gerald McCrane, all these explosions in the past, if you will,” Moore said. “It really packed an emotional punch for me. Every time I read the script – and I read it 5 or 6 times – I had such an emotional reaction that I was really worried about how I would feel when I got on set. But once I Got a little part of the initial cry, it was okay. I was like, ‘We know how to do it, we’ve done 105 episodes. That’s fine.’ “
Ventimiglia remembers the last days of his career as Jack, which was tumultuous as he and Moore fought off three crying babies on the set but when he was finished, he felt complete.
“It was full and it was full,” he said. “I was happy to end the show in one scene with Mandy because that’s how we started. It looked good, it felt done. It was as if we had been given this opportunity, with dignity, to close things sincerely for the sake of the characters. I was grateful. “
Chrissy Metz could also relate to an emotional level about saying goodbye to the series after the 6th season.
“I knew it was going to end and I was like, ‘What am I going to do?’ And all I can do is feel how I’m going to feel, ”he shared.“ And there were a lot of feelings at once and I had to put it together. But I knew it was going to be the last time I saw Justin [Hartley] As Kevin and Sterling [K. Brown] As Randall. I was like, ‘Oh, this is really happening.
With Matt Grover reporting.