Breaking News at Allison Janney from Yuba County tells us what it’s really like to shoot a scene where you only have one take to get it right.
With Tate taylorstar-studded crime comedy Latest news in Yuba County opening at select theaters and On-Demand this weekend, I was recently able to speak with Allison janney about doing black comedy. If you haven’t seen the trailers, the movie stars Janney as a housewife who becomes a local celebrity after her husband (Matthew modine) disappears. As the investigation escalates, he finds himself dodging a suspicious cop (Regina hall), a local news reporter (Mila Kunis) who turns out to be his half-sister, an aspiring mobster (Awkwafina), and her husband’s useless brother (Jimmi simpson), all of whom want to know what really happened. The film also stars Wanda sykes, Juliette Lewis, Ellen barkin, Samira wiley, Bridget everett, Clifton Collins Jr. Y Keong Sim.
During the interview, Janney talks about what it’s really like to film a scene where you only have one take to get it right, how Tate Taylor always places it in his movies, why he wanted to play this role, and the way that Breaking news take some turns you don’t expect.
Look what she had to say in the player above and below is a list of exactly what we talked about.
How Tate Taylor always puts her in his movies.
Why did she want to be in Latest news in Yuba County.
What is it really like to film a scene where you are destroying everything from television to dishes?
How the movie takes some twists you might not have expected and is surprisingly violent.
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