Analeigh Tipton: 'Wonderland' Magazine with Haley Bennet
Here’s what the gals had to share with the mag:
Haley Bennett on landing a lead role in Terrence Malick’s upcoming film: “A few weeks passed and I got another call saying that I was going to be flown to Austin, Texas for an audition. I never experienced anything like what I did there: about an hour-and-a-half of pure improvisation.”
Brie Larson on her near death experience at 16: “I wanted a fake ID, and so we met in the Jack in the Box parking lot, and this was the first time I’d ever done anything remotely [bad]. I’d never had a drink at that point, but I had friends in bands, and I wanted the freedom of going to see them. [All of a sudden], there was a drive-by shooting [in the parking lot]. I dodged into the car, crying. It was a sign that I shouldn’t have a fake ID.”
Ambyr Childers on one of her wild moments from the past two years: “We were in Cannes and it was [Ed Hardy designer] Christian Audigier’s party, he had 50 Cent – who is my husband’s producing partner – perform at his party, there were probably 20,000 people. I was pregnant but I didn’t know I was pregnant and we were behind the stage and after 50 cent performed he decided to walk through the crowd. When he did, people literally started stampeding. 50’s trainer at the time picked me up, like he was carrying a child, and we had to go…It was so dangerous! It was such a fire hazard. I was so scared for my life, I was like ‘Oh my god, this is insane, these people are insane’ but it was so fun, that was definitely a memorable night.”
Analeigh Tipton on filming scenes with John Malkovich: “He stops after we do the shot and goes, ‘Look, I need to feel the gun in my head. I need to feel it. Put it in there.’ And he grabs my hand and he puts my gun into the nape of his neck and presses. He’s pushing my hand, and saying, ‘Don’t be afraid. I need to feel it – I need to feel it to react.’ So I push the gun, and when we finished that scene, he turned, smiled, patted my cheek and said, ‘Thank you.’”
If you haven’t seen it, check out the cover for the September/October 2012 Wonderland magazine!