Strahovski: Yeah, the fans have been so great. I am eternally thankful for everything they have done, and I feel really lucky. I think I can speak for the cast when I say we can all go off and whatever we choose to do in our careers we will always have people behind us, and that will be the Chuck fans who were there from the beginning. This show holds a really special place in my heart. I don't know this country without this show in my life. So this is the end of a five-year era for me that not only marks the end of a series, but the end of an era in my personal life where I move to another country and didn't know anybody. And now -- I'm going to cry again. [Laughs] But I can walk away with so much more.
IGN: And lastly, what are you playing in the Frankenstein movie?
Strahovski: Well, I don't know how much I can say about it just yet! I'm working with Aaron Eckhart, which I'm very excited about. I really respect his work. And I'm excited to go back to Melbourne, Australia where it seems I'm always shooting movies. So it'll be two months or more out of my year. Yeah, I've got some cool stuff coming up. My Mother's Curse is coming out in November with Barbara Streisand and Seth Rogen that I did last year. I've got a cool spread coming out in Sports Illustrated. I'm promoting these Sobe's new Lifewater with Coconut Water