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had Koba played by Christopher Gordon (one of the stunt team), due to Koba’s expanded role in the sequel the team decided to bring in an experienced actor to take over the role. So I pretend I had a dentist appointment and I met Andy, I was very nervous, because he’s awesome. Sort of short you know, basically, wasn’t…I have no class but for some reason, he thought I would be fun to work with. Shooting it over and again until everyone feels like it’s right, but it’s very much like theater it’s a complete performance each time and it’s large cos it has to capture the performance. I’m sorry I’m just predicting your questions, please go ahead.
While on set, I participated in a group interview with Kebbell. I don’t know if I can say that, because the company will be like ‘well we invented them’…. And we went to his place in London called Imaginarium, where we did a screen test. So there are subtleties in there because we are wearing a helmet, yeah I’m missing this stupid helmet, this is why I don’t bother brushing my hair cos you wear this helmet, a very closed helmet with a camera arm off it sits right in front of your face, losing you 60% of your vision. So how do you feel like after shooting with all these after a long day physically and emotionally, mentally? I’m not gonna pretend it’s not, I have massive admiration for Terry Notary, who is our motion teacher, for the movement of the apes, and Andy, it shows you how in-depth it is, how detailed it is. The gardeners obviously left you can tell from there. KEBBELL: I’m not his right hand man but I’m certainly like his trusted adviser on how we should grow our community and what we need and…army, yeah I’m allowed to say that. Do they interact with each other in a different level than these apes that have been raised post virus? You know like all of us when we grow up in a new technological age or anything that’s advanced from what it was before, there is obviously more conflict with them and also they have not known anything else so for my character Koba who grew up literally the 30 years in an institution, a medical institution, you know they bred there and they grow up there and that’s how they live.
So when we practice it out there in the concrete obviously, but also inside the what we call the tank, where we do the motion capture reel, it just tears up your hand you know. KEBBELL: I’m the only one today, I found them in the weekend. It sounds like you blow up, but I was amazed, and when you watch Andy do it, and Terry, they figured out all these subtleties of the way they move, it’s phenomenal. He is like the old story teller you know what I mean?
I was working in London, and I got an audition for it so I had to pretend I had an dentist appointment to come to the audition cos I was playing a lead on a three part drama. KEBBELL: No, that’s what nice about him, he just said look it’s more like theater than…you know film acting, you know we are gonna get the same opportunities we do with film acting.
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