Liv Tyler on Working on 'Space Station 76': 'I Gained A Little Bit More Freedom'
Liv Tyler covers up her baby bump under a coat as she steps out to grab lunch with a few girlfriends on Tuesday (September 23) in New York City.
The 37-year-old pregnant actress recently opened up about what she learned from working on her upcoming film Space Station 76.
“Jack Plotnick had written me a letter and sent me the script and I read the script and I really liked it. And then I Skyped with him for like an hour and I realized that he was an acting teacher too and he’s an actor himself,” Liv told HitFix. “And he has like all these crazy amazing sort of philosophies about acting sort and sort of freeing yourself of – he has this whole thing where he talks about the negative voice is called your vulture sitting on your shoulder. And he has a website with all these positive affirmations. For some reason whatever he said really spoke to me and I really enjoyed talking to him about those things.”
“I definitely sort of gained a little bit more freedom I think. Not only on that project but sort of like after that project,” Liv continued. “Like there’s certain things that I sort of heard him say or learned from him that I definitely carried on with me.”
Space Station 76 is playing in select theaters now and will be available on VOD September 30.
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