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Gina was on their Tuesday radio show: And here’s bonus clip featuring Gina chocking out a lucky guy from the show:
In an interview for Vulture magazine, director Steven Soderbergh clarified on what went into altering Gina’s voice in Haywire: That’s not really her speaking voice. We spent a lot of time in post working really hard on her voice, and we used every trick imaginable that’s used on records today — in the editing, in the pitch. We combined five different readings in one sentence. We wanted her to sound different — not like Gina, but like her character, Mallory Kane. So that took a lot of work, and we worked really hard on it. That was the point of it. Everyone under the age of 30 is terrified of Gina, but Mallory is someone new. This perhaps extinguishes the rumors that her voice was replaced with that of another voice actress.
Karyn Bryant and Bas Rutten interviews Gina Carano on Haywire, Kissing Actors, Returning to MMA, Cyborg
MMA H.E.A.T’s Karyn Bryant sits down with Gina Carano, and hears what she has to say about staring in her first film: Bas Rutten also talks to her briefly about Cristiane “Cyborg” Santos:
There’s been much ado about Gina’s lines in Haywire being altered or replaced with another actresses voice. See 18:50 in the radio interview to see her response to these allegations:
A new 5 minute clip of Haywire has popped up exclusively on Hulu: More updates to come..
We have a lot to catch up on, so I am doing a round-up of links to articles around the web, many of which are submitted by you, our readers. If you have any interesting links relating to Gina or Haywire, please post them in the “Fan Chat” box on the right-side of this page. – ESPN Radio – Gina Carano Interview – Crave Online Exclusive Antonio Banderas Haywire Feturette – TMZ – ‘Haywire’ Star Gina Carano Vocally Challenged in Flick – BoxOffice Magazine – ‘Haywire’ and the Importance of a Good Trailer – FilmOFilia – 15 New Hi-Res Production photos from Haywire – WSJ – The Art of Directing a Fight Scene Article – Access Hollywood – From MMA To Big Screen – Herald – Soderbergh’s Haywire search for leading lady – Nosotrosus Magazine – Haywire in Depth Article – UK Youtube – The Coolest Haywire Trailer Video – MTV Moviesblog – The Motive is Money Haywire Clip Video – Hollywood.com – Exclusive Clip Haywire Video – UFC.com – Gina Carano Highlights Video – Channing Tatum – Interview on Kissing Dcene with Gina Carano Video – Jimmy Kimmel – Interview With Channing Tatum Video – EOnline – Interview with Cast of Haywire Video
New photos have surfaced showing Gina giving Ewan Gregor a beating of a lifetime. Here is a sample: More photos in the link below Picture Gallary: Haywire Candids
Ariel Helwai spoke to Scott Coker on MMAFighting.com’s The MMA Hour on Monday about Gina Carano’s future in the fight game: I believe she’ll be back in the cage this year. From what I know of her, she is a competitor at heart; she’s going to want to fight… She’s not going to want to end her career the way it ended. So, I think she’ll be back.” Source: MMAFighting.com
Gina has won a starring role in the film “Knockout”. It will be directed by Academy Award winning director, Steven Soderbergh, who is best known for movies like “Sex, Lies, and Videotape”, “Erin Brockovich”, “Traffic”, and “Ocean’s Eleven”: Director Steven Soderbergh has committed to next direct “Knockout,” a spy thriller that will mark the screen starring debut of Gina Carano, the mixed martial arts circuit fighter. Relativity Media will fully finance, and Soderbergh plans a late January production start. Domestic distribution is expected to be locked quickly. Soderbergh locked in the film just as his Warner Bros. comedy, “The Informant!,” made its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival.The Matt Damon-starrer opens stateside on September 18. Scripted by Lem Dobbs, “Knockout” casts Carano as a girl from the wrong side of the tracks who is given a second chance to use her skills for constructive purposes. The film is a closer cousin to “La Femme Nikita” and “Kill Bill” than “Million Dollar Baby,” in that it doesn’t take place in the fight ring. Rather, Soderbergh considers the film as a flat out action film in the James Bond mold, and will shoot in locations around the world that include Ireland, Turkey and the U.S. Honestly, this comes as a big surprise for me since I didn’t expect her to get a starring role in a movie this big so soon, considering her very limited experience and acting abilities. However, Soderbergh has been known for making stars out of bit actors like Don Cheadle, Luiz Guzman, and for (successfully) taking a chance with less experienced actors when he casted pornstar Sasha Grey in the starring role in this year’s “The Girlfriend Experience” Source: Variety← Older posts