Emma Roberts & Freddie Highmore Video Interview On 'The Art Of Getting By'
Emma Roberts and Freddie Highmore are the teen sensations starring in the angstier The Art Of Getting By.
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- Q: Hi Emma and Freddie! The chemistry between you is palpable. Did have time to get to know each other before filming the movie? - Sophia Hurrell
- A: Freddie: With certain people you do just click and you get on very well. We're lucky... Emma: We met a couple months before the movie in London and sat down and chatted. Then once we saw each other on the movie we just got along really well. I think it's a real unique chemistry we have on screen.
- Q: Thanks. You have a great cast in the movie with Alicia Silverstone, Rita Wilson and Blair Underwood. What was you favorite experience working with them? - Sophia Hurrell
- A: Emma: It was just really funny in terms with all of them. I was always a huge Alicia Silverstone fan. I had met her ( Rita Wilson) a bunch of times and I think she's so hillarious and I love her and Blair Underwood is the nicest man ever! Freddie: And incredibly professional! I think having people who have done so much to get even smaller characters, amazing actors made it incredibly easy to work opposite with them.
- Q: Hey Emma and Freddie, this is Patrick from Albany. I was wondering did you guys get to explore the Big Apple while shooting to do some bonding? - Patrick King
- A: Freddie: Yeah, I think the film really does go to so many different areas of New York. Every single day was really on location. New York becomes a heartbeat or almost a character in the movie. Emma: For me it was just fun to get to be in New york to shoot this movie because after work you would meet up with friends and explore. And during the day, I'd love to rome around and just walk. You could walk in any direction and end up somewhere interesting.
- Q: Patrick: Thanks. There's a scene in the movie where you discuss the rules to follow when skipping school. Did you ever skip school? And if so, what were the crucial things you had to do in order to have a successful "day off"? - Patrick King
- A: Freddie: Well I guess coming to do films you cut quite a bit of class. So that has probably been the biggest adventures that I've had. Leaving school for a couple months and going away to make a movie is pretty special. Emma: I was home schooled and I just sometimes didn't do my work and just read books I wasn't supposed to reading and played video games and stuff like that. My mom would always be like "What are you doing?" and I was just like "I don't want to do it!". It took a lot of concentration for me to get my work done.
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