What a great honor it was to interview the amazingly talented Stunt Performer Jennifer Badger. She has worked on over 170 productions in the last 20 years as a Stunt Double (for Angelina Jolie, Courteney Cox, Kelly Greyson), Stunt Driver (Captain America: Winter Soldier, Talladega Nights), Stunt Performer (The Walking Dead, Ant-Man, Fast & Furious… Continue reading Interview with Stunt Coordinator Jennifer Badger (Pitch Perfect 3, Greenleaf Season 2)
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Interview with Stunt Performer Alex Armbruster (Suicide Squad, X-Men: Days of Future Paste)
Alex Armbruster is one of the most sought after stunt performers working in Canada today. When Hollywood makes an action film, Alex is generally on-set working is various stunt skills and expertise. He has worked on over 60 movies and TV shows in just the last 7 years along. It was an honor to chat… Continue reading Interview with Stunt Performer Alex Armbruster (Suicide Squad, X-Men: Days of Future Paste)
Interview with Stunt Performer/Actress Kayla Adams (Deadpool, Oblivion)
It was fun to chat with Kayla Adams, a definite artist on the rise. She gives us the insight on being a female stunt performer on Hollywood productions and moving to working as an actress (who can also do her own stunts!)
Go to http://www.kaylaadams.co and follow her on twitter @sugarKAYne
Interview with Stunt Performer James Cox (Star Wars VII, The Dark Knight Rise)
I was planning to go to university and it was while on a year out to work and earn some money that I decided to follow a childhood ambition and trying to become a stunt performer. The JISC stunt register is the world most well established body of professional stunt performers and the training is definitely extensive, ranging from Marital arts, scuba diving, gymnastics, rock climbing, horse riding, rally driving to trampolining. Needless to say I didn’t end up going to university and after training for 4 years in six different discipline I qualified and joined the elite ranks of the British Stunt Register.
Interview with Harrison Norris, Director of the award winning film “A PEACEFUL MAN”
It was nice to hear that the audio design was appreciated, particularly that knee stomp (Hi Stewart!). We spent a lot of time making it ‘wetter’, so it’s nice to hear it specifically mentioned. It was also nice to hear the production design was appreciated. The mention of that shot where everything is swept off the table got me particularly, as watching playback for that on set was the first moment I felt we really had something cool in the making.