The actress felt overwhelmed by one of the key elements of filming the science fiction film, but her partner managed to relax her.
Actors and actresses, although sometimes it may not seem like it, are also human and have their moments when everything is beyond them. Proof of this is the situation that Emily Blunt experienced during the filming of at the edge of tomorrowthe science fiction film about time loops directed by Doug Liman and starring Tom Cruise.
Set in a future where aliens come to Earth to wipe out humanity, Bill Cage he is recruited to fight in the war against the aliens. He soon discovers that every time he dies, his day is reset. With the help of the best soldier, Rita Vrataskiit will try to end the threat.
To fight against the aliens, the warriors wear metal suits and, of course, the actors had to carry out the filming of the film with them. was that what drove Blunt to tears.
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“We had to wear these huge suits, which would have been great if we had CGI them, but we wanted to do it in a tactile way,” Blunt says on the podcast. SmartLess. “When you hear the word ‘tactile,’ you think it refers to something nice and cozy. There was nothing cozy about these suits. They weighed 38 kilos. They weighed a lot“
“The first time I put it on I started crying and didn’t know what to do”, admits the actress referring to Cruise’s reaction. “I said, ‘Tom, I’m not sure how I’m going to do this shoot.’ And I started crying. ‘I feel a little scared about the shoot.’
What did Cruise do? With a single sentence he managed to make the actress go from crying to laughing:
He stared at me for a long time, not knowing what to do, and he says, ‘Come on, don’t bullshit me, okay?
The comment caught Blunt off guard and he laughed. After that, the interpreter has recognized that she had it easier in order to face the filming.
at the edge of tomorrow raised more than 370 million dollars Worldwide. The idea of making a sequel has been around for years, but the schedules of its actors and director have not helped it come true. Cruise is engaged in bringing to the big screen the outcome of Mission Impossible and Blunt continues to accept projects. Liman, on the other hand, also has a few shoots going forward. It seems there will never be edge of tomorrow 2.
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