Caitlin Stasey & Chris Pang Tomorrow When the War Began Interview
Christopher Pang is an Australian actor and producer of Chinese and Taiwanese origins. He is best known for his role as Colin Khoo in Crazy Rich Asians and. Find the perfect chris pang and caitlin stasey stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, RELEASE DATE: September 2, MOVIE TITLE: Tomorrow. Caitlin Stasey stars as courageous Ellie Linton and Chris Pang stars as Lee Takkam in Chris Pang: Yes, I read the book, I did it in high school and then I went on to read a few more of the books in . Release Date: 2nd of September,
Other than the fact His very family orientated, growing up in a big family and living above the restaurant that he also works at and there are really strong family values that have been instilled in him from growing up in a family environment.
I think I can really relate to that because I have a very close family, I love my family a lot and I'd do anything for them which is, I think, a lot of the drive behind why Lee is so desperate to do something, as well, rather than sitting their and waiting it out.
Ellie is such a prominent character in the film; can you talk about the audition process of Ellie Linton, Caitlin? Mine was quite basic; it was sort of like anyone else's. Other than the fact that Stuart Beattie, the director, had actually seen a picture of me, a year prior to the casting and had said "that's what Ellie should look like".
He was always keeping an eye out for me, which was news to me; I was astounded to hear that. I just went for an audition and went back for the call back and then it went from there.
It was like any actor going for a job, I had to prove myself. Do you actually play piano, Chris? No I don't play piano, in real life.
It was done at the Conservatory of Music in Sydney. I had a great teacher, who actually told me that the piece that I was learning, fortunately I only learnt ten seconds of it, because it is actually for Masters of Music. Masters of Music actually learn that piece. It was a very sophisticated and I had to learn it in a three week rehearsal period. Many Australian and New Zealand teenagers read Tomorrow When the War Began at high school; do you see this as an advantage or disadvantage?
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It's both because it means we have a fan base already in existence and the bad thing is that we already have a fan base laughing because they have their expectations. Did John Marsden appear on set, whilst you were filming? No, he came on set once, well into filming and that was it.
Since then, we have had a lot of contact with him, seeing him at the premieres and the media functions. While we were developing the characters and working on the film, as Caitlin said, he wasn't around that much, he just came down, for the one day.
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What feedback did he have on the film? I talked to him and his thrilled with what we did, through what he said. Last night, at the premiere, he was asking about a future sequels and what are we going to do next. Is there going to be a sequel or series of films? I mean, I wish we could say "Yes!
It's when the numbers come in I don't think Stuart Beattie, the director, ever wants to make more than three. If it gets to that stage, there won't be more than three.
There are seven books, but then there are the Ellie Chronicles. In the film 'Hell' is an amazing setting, can you talk a little bit about the film location?
The location for Hell was only 45 minutes from the city.
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It was really close to the city. But it was incredible. The thing that was so funny about that is that there are all these houses, outside where we were filming. You just go down some steps and you're in this secluded area. There was traffic going past and planes overhead.
It literally was, when we first went there, for me, it was like in the movie when we are going through and thinking 'where the hell are we? Especially because we'd just come out of the suburb area and walked through a few bushes and suddenly you are in this clearing that is an absolutely amazing, picturesque scene with a little waterfall and a sandbank. White fragility is not tolerated in this subreddit. White trolls will be banned on sight.
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