The former MMA fighter describes working closely with director Bryce Dallas Howard to create the kind of multi-layered female action star we rarely get to see on screen.
The actor-turned-filmmaker's young children played with the puppet on set — and had to be put through a daily routine: "I would just consistently remind them that there’s no circumstance that could ever arise where they’re allowed to talk about Baby."
There was one take in the raider camp with all the vats, and let me preface this by saying that Gina is very, very adept at doing stunt choreography and not hurting anyone she’s working with. But that one take she kicked someone, it was totally planned, but there was more contact than usual and from where I was standing looking at the monitor, I thought there was a wire on the guy. He went flying back, I thought it was a gag. I asked, “Who put a wire on that guy?” And people said that wasn’t a wire, that was the force of Gina’s kick.
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