Kristin Bauer, who plays Anna Kendrick, has shared her thoughts on the upcoming film ‘Fingersmith’ with Entertainment Weekly.
She spoke with the magazine about her character’s relationship with her father, how she felt about the “biggest movie of the year” and what to expect from the sequel.
“It’s just a really fun movie.
I loved it,” Bauer told the magazine.
“There are a lot of things that I loved about it, like the way the characters react to each other and how much the family cares for each other, which is really exciting to see.”
And the way it ends on that note.
It’s a very bittersweet ending for everybody, and I think it’s going to have a lot to do with the family’s relationship.
It was a very special movie.
It felt very real.
I thought it was a really cool movie to watch, and then we see how the movie ends.
“And Elsa has so much freedom. “
I was very excited, because I thought that [the film] would be really good for the character, because it would give her some kind of freedom,” she said.
“And Elsa has so much freedom.
She’s a princess.
And I really wanted to play her, because she’s so young and I love the story of Anna and Elsa.”
Read the full interview here:Anna Kendrick on Kristin’s ‘Fingermith’ casting and what’s next for her in ‘Frogger 2’Anna Kendrick and Kristin are set to star in the upcoming ‘Frotter’ film, but fans are excited to see what kind of character they’ll get to play in the sequel, due out on July 28.
The actress recently spoke with EW about her experience working on the film, which she said is “a lot more exciting” than the one that ended on ‘Gravity’.
“It was a lot more intense.
It feels a little bit different than what we did in the first movie,” she told the outlet.
“In ‘Futter, the last couple of days have been very emotional.
We’ve been trying to get into the headspace of our characters, to understand why they’re the way they are and why they don’t want to do this or that.
And the more we do that, the more emotions come to the surface.
I don’t think I’ve ever worked on a movie like that.”
Check out Kristin on the movie:Kristin Bauer on Kristina Hahn, ‘Fingernails’ and ‘Grizzly’Kristin also spoke with Entertainment News about how she feels about her role in the ‘Forsaken’ sequel.
She shared her feelings about the film’s reception, with many fans saying the actress’ performance didn’t “fit the tone.”
“I don’t know if I’m the only one that is like, ‘Kristina, you’re not really the type of person to play Elsa.’
I think she’s an emotionless character.
She can’t really feel anything, but she can say things,” Bauer said.
“”I think she was actually a little disappointed when we didn’t get any fan mail or anything.
That was disappointing to her.
She was really proud of the work that she did.
It just didn’t feel right.
And then it was kind of hard for her to move on from that.
“Kristin and Anna Kendrick are set for the upcoming sequelFingers and Nails (2016), which will star Anna and Kristina as Elsa and Anna’s sisters.
Anna’s sister Elsa is a skilled painter, while Elsa is also an accomplished ice artist.
‘Frimner’ stars Anna and Anna-Lana, while ‘Fyrner’ also stars Anna-Pascal, who has played a similar role to Anna in the past.
‘Grimm’ stars Dacre Montgomery, as the Grim Reaper.
‘Wicked’ stars Robert Pattinson as a witch and Anne Hathaway as a vampire.
‘The Hunger Games’ star Cate Blanchett stars as a young Katniss Everdeen.
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ stars James Gunn and Michael Rooker will return as Gamora, a member of the Guardians.
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ director J.J. Abrams returns to helm the sequel ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.’