Kate Mara is reviewing the filming of “Fantastic Four.”
There are rumors that the production of the 2015 film was plagued by a dispute between director Josh Trunk, the producer and the movie star. The protagonist of this movie is 37-year-old Mara (Mara), who plays Sue Storm (hero storm), he has the ability to make himself invisible.
In an interview with the TV Academy recently, she said that her performance experience is not good.
The star said: “I had a terrible experience on the Fantastic Four.” “I never talked about it. I married one of the co-stars, so I don’t regret making that movie at all. But Do I wish I had a different reaction to certain things? Yes, it must be.”
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The star said that she had a similar experience in another film, but did not provide any other details, but she said there was a connection between the two filming experiences.
Mara explained: “The fact of the matter is that my two terrible experiences in directing were male directors.” “I didn’t get along with a female director? Yes. Isn’t that the best work experience? Of course. But I never felt,’This happened because I was a woman.’ In the male director, it just happened to me 100%; it was a powerful thing.”
In addition, she added: “In terms of my two bad experiences, the movie was 95% male, and I was the only woman in the movie.”
Mara’s husband, Jamie Bell, as well as Michael B. Jordan (Michael B. Jordan) and Miles Teller (Miles Teller) all appear in the Fantastic Four.
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The “teacher” star also recently had a conversation with Collider to further elaborate his thoughts.
“I think one thing I think back often is that I think I should follow my instincts more. Just like when my instincts told me: “You probably shouldn’t let that slide, as that person just said “Or if you feel a certain way about what a certain energy is and how it affects your performance,” she admitted.
“You are rewarded for doing something. If something hinders you, you have the right to say:’Because of X, I can’t actually do what I’m doing here, Y and Z.'”
Mara emphasized the importance of speaking loudly and said that although she does not regret making this film, she does regret “not standing up for herself”.
“I definitely regret this. Because if my daughter finally shows up and is in a situation where she can’t speak-at the same time, I am a very strong person, and I do defend myself,” she said. “Of course, this was a few years ago, maybe the situation is different, but if I am in this situation today, it will not happen, or I will think the environment will be different.”
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The film also teaches Mara to check with other actors on their experience working with other showbiz professionals, whether it is a director, producer or actor.
“I’ve never done this before, and now I do it because I think if you really respect another actor and they work with someone you’re considering working with, then you can talk to them. Learn a lot of things,” the actress said.
She continued: “And I always say, if someone wants to ask me about my experience in things, please do it, because I think if you are in a position where you can choose to do something or not to do something – we don’t This is not always the case. Sometimes you just need to work. But if you are in a position that you can hold, it is important not only to study the role, but also to research with the people you will be creatively collaborating with.”
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