Rose McIver - Interview Magazine
Hanging out with Saoirse Ronan and Rose McIver, who developed a fast friendship on the set of “The Lovely Bones.”. Last month year-old Kiwi actress Rose McIver was in Berlin and Thirteen- year-old Irish actress Saoirse Ronan will play Susie and the cast. With Rachel Weisz, Mark Wahlberg, Saoirse Ronan, Susan Sarandon. Centers on a young Rose McIver Lindsey Salmon Release Date: 15 January .
Have you felt since you moved to L. Or hold on to the reason why you love acting so much? It can be such an industry-focused town, which in some ways is really positive but you can drown in it a little bit. It is a total dichotomy. But the other part is that Hollywood is where entertainment and art meets commerce, and I think you can feel that as well. If you move here, and you want to work in this scene, you have to understand it and be able to make sure that it serves you and it serves your art.
If you started when you were quite young—like we have—you get to that stage in your career and your personal life as well where you have to have a little bit more of an industry mind. You have to be aware of how it operates in order to survive.
- Rose McIver flashes a hint of her bra while out and about in New York
When I first moved to L. And you start working on various shows or you get some momentum, and then this is the time that you really have to capitalize on.
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Mum puts these great red gumboots by the door to scare the chickens away. Apparently the spotty red gumboots or Wellingtons—what do they call them here? What do you say for flip-flops? When is the show coming out? It comes out on March 17th.
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You were so good in it! So you shot that up in Vancouver. What was it like growing up in New Zealand, moving to a place like L. So will you fill me in on what the show is about? In our personal chats, we talk about love, life, and laughter.
Within the first episode, her boss, Dr.
He also encourages her to use her newfound skills for good. She becomes a socially response zombie. The one Kristen Bell is in? Following in some enormous footsteps right there.
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As golden as her hair. On top of everything else, she just has to be a lovely person too. And she was in Frozen!
You used to sing to me, in a non-romantic way. Maybe I was trying to seduce you and you just missed it completely. It was definitely more romantic than sexual. Fine, long trousers and a nice turtleneck. I wear a lot of slacks now! I basically wear exactly what I wore in The Lovely Bones. I was trying to come up with questions for you—I got a few example questions, but I wanted to come up with my own.
And what is your favorite color? Oh my god, what a segue! And why have you picked those colors?
Are those colors that you respond to or do they represent who you are? They are fresh and alive and I feel like I respond when I see them.
If I see too much blue, though, I think you can get melancholy. After too much blue you need a little green to see some fresh trees coming through. If you could do a different career, what would it be?
When I was a kid, I wanted to be either a waitress or a hairdresser, and for a long time I was an actress who wanted to be a waitress. And yet I didn't have as big a problem like some critics have had, which is with the in-between itself and its visual scheme.
While it's not as imaginative as Jackson seems to think it is, it does reflect, more or less, what a 14 year old girl's emotional state would be in an afterlife world.
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It's more-so a problem when Jackson deals with balancing this fantasy afterworld with the real one, and the rules of how Suzie reaches out to those is never firmly established the one girl she brushes against running down the street is one thing, her parents and sister are another. It's not so much the sights but, again, a mood and attitude that Jackson botches: It's explained, to be sure, as are the other victims of Tucci's child killer, but the attachment she has with her previous life and family is screwy, it becomes muddled and unsatisfying.
I would almost stop short And yet for all of the story and character problems, for all the clunky dialog, Jackson has a few moments where he can let his actors have room to breathe. Chief of these are scenes involving suspense, when Suzie is in the lair of the man who will kill her, which is a gradual scene of weird intensity, and then later a scene where Tucci comes into his house while Suzie's sister is snooping around.
Little glimmers of the kind of filmmaker one saw from fifteen years ago on another movie about teenage girls and the fragility of life and death and love, Heavenly Creatures, in such real dramatic clarity and power. But that's all really. The Lovely Bones has so much that could go right with it that it's most disappointing how wrong it goes. It takes someone with as much talent and passion as Jackson to screw up on this level. He and his writers have not made an exactly boring movie, but it could very well be for some in the audience.
I found myself shaking my head and frowning at what I saw, a watered down vision of reconciling grief and loss, and at best a mixed-bag of a story surrounding a not-whodunit about a child killer. Some may be moved, and more power to them.