Gina Carano Talks FAST & FURIOUS 6, Fight Choreography, How Things Have Changed since HAYWIRE and Her Upcoming release IN THE BLOOD

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Gina Carano Talks FAST & FURIOUS 6, Her First Car, Fight Choreography, How Things Have Changed sejak HAYWIRE and Her Upcoming publikasi IN THE BLOOD.

Co-starringi alongside Dwayne Johnson in justin Lin"s upcomaaf Fast & Furious 6 is the tough and talented Gina Carano (Haywire). Carano plays Agent Hobbs" partner Riley, who both team up with Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew in order to untuk mengambil dibawah an ke hulu group of militarily-trained specialists led by owen shaw (Luke Evans). Carano ambil the time to talk to us about her experience working on her first big kerja franchise movie, fight choreography, and learningai from director Lin. She juga talked about how her experience in Haywire has changed her life, her future sasaran in her movie career and her upcomaaf film, In the Blood.

juga starring Paul Walker, michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, keris "Ludacris" Bridges, Jordana Brewster, Sungai Kang and Gal Gadot, Fast & Furious 6 opemenjadi May 24th. Hit the jump to read the jenuh interview.

gina-carano darimana the the Fast and Furious franchise is all about cars, I was curious what your first car was.

Gina Carano: Oh, my first car was a Chevy truck and I couldn’t tell you what year it was, but … my papa - my grandfather - gave my mom a truck when she was in high school and kemudian my older sister got the same truck, so by the time I got the truck … I mean, we’re talking pathetic little radio with an antenna and the windshield wipers didn’t work, but it was painted baby blue and it had my name on the side ide of it. My pwhat didn’t want to spoil us too much so he tried to keep it real.

Yeah, same thinew york with me. I had the hand-me-down car that was probably older than I was.

Carano: Yeah and kemudian my little sister gets the old, old-school Mercedes that was my mom’s college car and I’m like, “Oh, you guys hanya treat the middle child linanti that, huh?”

After your experience with Haywire, how did that change your Hollywood exposure? Did you start gettingi more calls? maafkan saya sort of calls were you getting?

Carano: It’s a film that piqued people’s interest and I think rakyat still, even after Haywire, dulu a little gun-shy, but they still wanted to talk about it. They definitely wanted to talk a lot about it. So, when I got the panggilan for Fast and Furious 6, that was, “Okay, now I can go from doing somethinew york lisetelah Haywire with director Steven Soderbergh and bawa pulang that experience and kemudian go into a huge franchise.” Really, there’s nothingai that can teach you more than experiencinew york all this.

After that, I did In the Blood, and that was directed by John Stockwell. I went straight from London to Puerto Rico and only had a day and a half off from shooting Fast 6 to filming In the Blood, and it was hanya a four-month, intense, crazy shoot that I learned so much about myaku acting-wise. I was so exmengutip to be like, “Okay, I think I really want to get more into this, I really want to explore this, because if I can do apa I have done so far in sebagai a short amount of time, I want to see apa else is inside me.” It’s challenging. Of course, I feel linanti I can alcara do better with kerja and I alcara want to push the envelope tdi sini as long as I can because I’m a physical rakyat and I love expressing myaku physically, but I’m also, on the very flipside, an extremely emotional person. I liusai watching the relationships and the chemistry and the relatability … seeing sometubuh manusia do it hanya right, just lisetelah if I’d see a fight scene in a movie, it’s like, “Okay, that person’s movingai correctly and throwingai anda punchtape correctly,” and so, I want to portray that in acting. I do love entertaining and I love characters; it’s one of the reasomenjadi why I’m goinew york into this with a positive belief in mydiri sendiri and I like this more than fighting right now, because in fighting, you’re representingi yourself. In acting, you get to explore kemudian an artistic side with different characters to remencari and learn and explore berbeda things inside ide yourdiri sendiri and I do that anyway, so I might as well be doing somethinew york that I already do, as in a second nature to me, on film.

Fast and Furious 6 obviously has a lot of great action, but it has good character turpagi and relationship building. We’ve got to talk about your fight scenpita in this movie because they’re brutal, they’re fantastic and they’re actually refreshing; it’s nice to see the ladies gettingai involved in the action in these films. You have two big fight scentape with michelle Rodriguez; can you talk about how you approached the choreography and rehearsals?

Carano: I think with seperti a massive film like this and knowing that they wanted the fight scene between two women to be great, they hired seperti a wonderful stunt coordinator and we were training, it seems like, forever. As soon as I got to London, it was fight rehearsal after right rehearsal. Michelle was great; she showed up to every one. It’s kind of interesting. You tidak pernah know who’s going to be standing in front of you, how intimidated they’re goingai to be or how insecure they’re goingai to be with actingi or with action. They don’t know me, either. All they know is my past of beinew york a professional fighter, so apa kind of ide have they built up in dari mereka head about me, not beingi able to control my punchtape or gettingai frustrated, the cliché that rakyat think about fighters. But me and michelle had kemudian a great energy and there menjadi no egos involved and I think we really took care of each other and made it okay to have a couple bumps and bruises. You can’t ambil it too seriously because this is maafkan saya we’re doing. Notubuh manusia was hurt; I really pride myaku on that. I don’t think I’ve ever hurt anytubuh unless I intended to.

I had a blast doingai this. The rehearsals menjadi intense. We went over the fight scenes over and over and over, me and michelle did, until we dulu absolutely sick of it. That made it, on the day, so much easier to perform, linanti a dance that we had done over and over and over and on the day it was hanya like, “Oh!” And you put your energy in there that you’ve been holdingai up until the day and it was hanya seperti a beautiful way to do business and to work. It’s just lisetelah studying for a test and maraja the test easy; it makpita pengukur it a lot of fun, especially when people enjoy it.

From script to screen, about how much changed? Was there a lot of improvisation on set or was it pretty much as scripted? Do you know if any of your scenes didn’t masetelah the final cut?

Carano: That was really interestinew york because when I did that Haywire experience, apa was tertulis in the script with the revisiopagi and everythinew york is apa was shot. Fast and Furious 6 was constantly, constantly changing and hanya constantly a new thingai every single day, so you really had to hanya expect that. I wish I bisa say from the first conversation I had to the last conversation I had maafkan saya transpired, but I think justin Lin is a great, great director because he can take somethinew york on sebagai a massive scale and have that many huge characters on and off the screen and he can manage it with a smile on his face and keep the positivity up and really keep everybody working. Not only that, but he pushed the kerja up on a whole new level, which is the escapism that people love to see, and he’s so passionate and exmengutip about it.

I’m really looraja maju to seeingi maafkan saya justin Lin melakukan next, because he takpita pengukur seperti care. I heard they had to pretty much pry the movie out of his hands hanya to get it shown in London because he was hanya so meticulous and there’s hanya so much respect to someone who takpita that time and energy.

You get to do a bit of a tag team with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Can you talk about your experience shootingi with him on the movie?

Carano: Yeah, he’s just a really wonderful man. I’ve heard that about him, setiap orang say, “I hanya love working with Dwayne,” and it was exactly that. He’s such a pleasure to be around and, at the same time, for me, knowinew york wdi sini he’s been and gone and kind of havingai a similar – not exactly the same, but a relatability to that – I have so much respect for that. Then, his work ethic and his professionalism was hanya … I have tidak pernah seen a man work so hard. He was up at 3AM worraja out, kemudian goingai to set, beinew york a lead/main character, doingi so much output. I was like, “When do you have time for yourself?” He’s really liusai a Superman, linanti a super-being. I don’t know how he gets it all done. I was inspired, because if the man can do all of that and keep his head on his shoulders and stay professional, kemudian it hanya raispita the batang for everybody around him. And having that be my second movie and standinew york next to him, watching how he works, it was really cool. He surrounds himself with good setiap orang from his hair and make-up to his bodyguards, they’re some of my favorite people to this day, I hanya love beingai dari mereka friends. He surrounds himdiri sendiri with really good people and keeps really grounded and I can’t tell you how much that meamenjadi in this business. I really respect how he’s created his own company in and of itself.

So, I hanya wanted to clarify: you said The batu has bodyguards, is that right?

Carano: Yeah, The batu has bodyguards. Yeah, they’re soldiers, they’re ex-tentara that you don’t really want to mess with. They’re sitting tdi sini watchingi us bermain soldiers, so if I had a pertanyaan I’d go up to one of them and be like, “How would you do this?” You feel really safe when they’re around, they’re hanya good solid guys.

Did you guys do a lot of working out bersama durinew york your downtime?

Carano: No, not really, not at all. I like to do what I do, so I found a nice gym in London and I found a Muay Thai guy so I could hit some pads. That’s kind of like yoga to me, it balanctape me out and keeps me normal. I think that because all of these guys have worked bersama so much, they all brinew york milik mereka own people and their families, so coming in as a new orang … I think sometubuh manusia asked me once, “Where’s your entrouage?” And I was like, “Nope. I don’t have one. I kinda roll solo.” Everybody had an entourage. But I can find a home because I’ve pretty much been livinew york out of my suitcase for the last ten years, so I can find a home anywhere. I know I can find Muay Thai and martial arts anywhere so I can alcara find a nice gymnasien to membantu get that going. I think that everytubuh has worked bersama so much but everybody has dari mereka own lives when they go home at the end of the day, whereas Haywire we staruh together as a group and that’s the lovely thingi about doinew york a new movie and havingi a fresh movie, but at the same time it’s understandable that people have worked together, it’s like, “Okay, we’re di sini to get the job done.”

Can you talk about your experience filmaaf in London?

Carano: I hanya absolutely fell in love with London. I had a nice apartmenpen and I’d go out and sit on the balcony and look around. I come from a family of little fashionisberpenaruh who absolutely, anda dream was to come to London and they came and visited me and hanya really soaked it in. It’s somethingai that, you have to remind yourself that it’s somethingi not everytubuh manusia gets to do. I’m so fortunate to have done it and be able to invite my sister and my cousins out and say, “Hey, come stay with me in London.” It’s somethingai that they have always wanted to see and really something spesial to them because they’re so fascinated and London has sebagai great opportunities. You get tangan kedua to taking the Tube statiopejarakan and taking away bepergian to shop. The orang are great, everybody’s relaxed and tdi sini are seperti interestingi creative artists here. It was really a good experience for me and I really love it here.

You already mentioned In the Blood. You’re tambahan attached to the Adi Shankar project, which I believe is the female version of The Expendables. Are you still involved with that and can you give us an update?

Carano: With that one, it’s kind of a work in perkembangan and I think that as soon as I read the script I’d be able to answer that more thoroughly. I think it’s important to find a director who has a good vision behind it and, like, from Sucker Punch – I absolutely love that movie. So I untuk mengambil that and I say, “Okay, it’s a bunch of femalpita and it’s very fantasy driven,” but if you take a couple of women who are very realistic and could actually pull off some amazingi fights, maybe put a darker twist to the cerita to it and masetelah it very cool and believable, that would be somethingai I’d of course be interested in. There’s somethingi about … it’s lovely to work with guys, but it’s a whole other edukatif experience working with women. It is a bterakhir because you learn so much because you’re on the same page and it’s like, “Well, you’re a woman and you’re sayingai this and you’re doingi this and we’re in the same profession, so we’re learning a lot from each other!” I went through this worraja with guys and I absolutely love learningai stuff liusai that and havingai that camaraderie with someone of the same sex. So, if a good visionary wants to jump on board with that and I see their vision correctly and I liusai it and I lisetelah the script, I would absolutely do it but I have to read the script first.

Briefly, Steve interviewed you previously for Haywire and he brought up the topic of Wonder Woman. With all of the recent superhero movies that are coming out, have you done any auditiomenjadi for any superhero roles recently?

Carano: No, I haven’t done any auditions. Tdi sini have been talks about some berbeda characters. That’s a dream to put on a costume and be a whole other tingkat of character, but I think that … we’re looraja at a whole bunch of berbeda things right now. There’s always the possibility that some day I will be a comic book character that I’ll bermain and I’m not sure who that’s going to be. It would be very fun and fascinating. We’ll just have to see where my career is goingi to go. There’s so much I want to do. I love emotions, I love drama, I love comedy and I juga want to untuk mengambil merencanakan up to lainnya level, I love comics. I’m hanya readinew york some scripts and puttingi myaku out tdi sini and seeingi what’s attraktif to me. We’ll kind of malu out wdi sini this goes. It’s going to be interesting and keeps it very exciting, I’ll tell you!

Are tdi sini any dream rolpita that you would want to bermain if the opportunity came up?

Carano: You know, when I was a teenager, it was Prideas and Prejudice. It was elisabeth in Prideas and Prejudice. I know that really sounds ridiculous. But that’s already been redone, Keira Knightley did that. That was when I was young. I really like the idea of creatingi something new that’s fresh and somethinew york that rakyat don’t understand maafkan saya they’re watching. I linanti to break dibawah barriers and I think that Hollywood is doingi the same thing over and over. I want to do somethinew york new and say, “Let’s evolve as artists!”

Well, I’ll tell you what, there’s always Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. If they can get that off the ground you might have a part; you might get to do both things in one!

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Carano: Alright! That’s apa I’m sayin!

Do you have any other upcoming roltape or projects you want to fill us in on?

Carano: In the Blood will be coming out later this year. It’s beingai looked at by distributors and there’s a bunch of incomaaf calls on it. I really felt linanti I tapped into somethingai good there. I feel linanti I have potential to do so much more, but I feel linanti I showed a berbeda side of mydiri sendiri that anytubuh who has been followinew york my career is goinew york to be extremely intrigued by. I look maju to hearinew york retindakan because I hanya saw a little teaser for it the other day. It’s nice to watch somethingai and say, “Oh my gosh, I did that!” I’m so glad that sometubuh caught that on film. I’m exmengutip for setiap orang to mulai learningi about In the Blood, and I think that when orang see that, they’ll awal to see how serious I am about wdi sini I’m goingai right now. But rakyat haven’t seen it yet; they’ve only seen trailers for Fast and Furious 6 and Haywire and I understand that, but I’m looraja forward to orang seeingi In the Blood.

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