The 17-year-old British star first performed Madison in 2019’s “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” which was additionally her characteristic movie debut.
“This movie, particularly, I actually needed to make it genuine and a coming of age story of a younger woman looking for her method by means of this insanity,” she advised Fox Information whereas selling the movie. “I liked coming again to this character, particularly as a result of she’s so feisty and she or he’s very very like me.”
Brown added that she loves enjoying younger feminine characters who “uncover and [do their] analysis and are clever and good and curious” — and with whom she will proceed to develop.
Returning to the world of CGI/particular results was additionally thrilling for Brown.
“It’s important to smile then it’s important to frown and it’s important to scream, and it’s important to act stunned and so they take like a thousand photos, it is insane,” she described. “And so they do it all of sudden and it flashes and you then depart after which they’ve me 3D pulling all completely different facial expressions for the CGI in case they’ve so as to add me into any of the stuff.”
The blockbuster movie, directed by Adam Wingard, options a big ensemble forged together with Kyle Chandler, Eiza González, Alexander Skarsgård, Rebecca Corridor, and Demián Bichir.
Skarsgård advised Fox Information due to all of the inexperienced display expertise he had no concept what the movie would really appear to be.
“I was fairly speechless… You might have a imprecise concept what it’d appear to be nevertheless it’s nonetheless mind-blowing whenever you watch the ultimate finish consequence,” he admitted.
The Swedish actor revealed he’d been “itching” to star in one other motion challenge since enjoying Tarzan in 2016.
“When this got here up, with Adam who’s such a beautiful filmmaker, I used to be able to do one thing huge and loopy and enjoyable and entertaining,” Skarsgård mentioned.
In the meantime, González advised Fox Information she was “in awe” of the dimensions of every thing. “Seeing Godzilla and seeing Kong and the way he acted and his emotional core… It was simply such a fairly film,” she added.
The Mexican actress added how she liked studying concerning the historical past of those iconic monster movies.
“I keep in mind we might get collectively in Australia or Hawaii and watch older films,” she recalled. “Or the Japanese model of 1. It was so cool as a result of we realized concerning the [types] of various movies [such as] cease movement to the costumes and the quantity of assist these movies have had, has saved them alive for a lot of generations.”
“Godzilla vs. Kong” is enjoying in theaters now and can be accessible to stream on March 31 by way of HBO Max.
FOX’s Ashley Dvorkin contributed to this report.