â€œShe nails her character, she is always open to trying different things and is constantly developing her character.â€ And thereâ€™s not a bad word to be sad about their director either. He also is very unique as a director because he likes having visitors on the set, and is always so friendly and sharing.
He is so passionate about the film and his enthusiasm is infectious. He is such a kid, but such a great director, too.â€ Fickmanâ€™s also careful not to get the young actors bruised and battered.
â€œWe canâ€™t do that much of the action ourselves, they wonâ€™t let us do stunts because we are minors, but we do a lot of running around, we are chased a lotâ€, says Ludwig. Dwayne does some great stunts when the military men from the government are trying to take us down, on the way to Witch Mountain, and there is a really cool fight scene that involves Dwayne and me.
I will say what somebody is thinking before they can get the words out, so there is also lot of comedy in my role.
I do that with Dwayne [Johnson] and Carla [Gugino] and all the characters I encounter.
â€œI love working with Dwayne, he is an awesome guy and so much fun.
He has been such a big help to me, because I have not done that much acting and he gives me a lot of advice.I just had to look into this character and use my imagination to portray him, he is not like anybody I know.He is tough and he loves his sister and he is doing all he can to get back home. â€œSo that is great fun, to play a girl with amazing abilities.There’s this theme about how “everyone needs a plan” that she stresses throughout the entire length of the movie.When Ben and Cassie arrive at her aunt’s house, she undergoes a mental breakdown and is admitted to a psychiatric ward.As Taxi Driver Jack Bruno (Dwayne Johnson) plays pick-up and drop-off on the Las Vegas strip, the Men in Black get wind of some sort of extraterrestrial landing in the desert nearby.