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Aurore Liz / March 7th, 2011

Red Riding Hood Press Conference

Max and Shiloh, have you been at dances like that?

Shiloh Fernandez: “Yeah, my mom actually goes to Burning Man so…”
Amanda Seyfried: “So you might’ve been at Burning Man and not known it.”
Shiloh Fernandez: “I don’t think it’s been around that long. I did go to the river [festival] which is kind of funky. No, actually I did, I had to learn the dance. I had to be taught these moves and it was hard for me.”

Because it’s a whodunit, you don’t have to just play yourself but yourself with the potential for being the wolf. Is that a second part of the performance or does that all come together?

Max Irons: “I don’t think as an actor playing a part you can approach it that way. I think that’s down to editing, the script and Catherine. I think if you start doing that, then you’ll put your foot in it, basically.”
Shiloh Fernandez: “I felt like it lent itself to mysterious aspects that could be considered maybe dangerous or something. At least for my character, I thought that the moments where he might be suspicious, it wasn’t necessarily that he felt that way. He was feeling something completely different, and the audience’s reaction to it makes it seem that way more.”

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Max and Shiloh, what did you learn from Gary Oldman?

Max Irons: “I think the first day that Gary came onto set, he came on in his armor and his purple coat and we were all kind of ever so slightly intimidated, forgive me, by the presence of Gary Oldman. But what he was doing was walking around this enormous set in front of all sorts of extras, cast and crew and bellowing at the top of his voice and making some incredible sounds. And you just looked at him and thought, ‘God I can never do that. That’s quite embarrassing.’ But then you see that what he’s doing is what differentiates an uninteresting actor to a really interesting actor, for an actor who has the ability to take a chance which may make him look like a fool, but may end in the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow so to speak. So, you have to take chances to be a bit dangerous and a bit silly every now and then and playful.”
Shiloh Fernandez: “I concur. I agree. I think for me it’s always been hard. I’m a little embarrassed to do rehearsals sometimes. I think, yeah, even at the table read, he completely was going for it and I think that was a good lesson for me to learn. If you don’t try things, if you don’t try and experiment and do things that may seem, like Max said, silly, then what’s the point really?”

Gary, has there been anything that you’ve learned from young actors that you don’t already know?

Gary Oldman: “I hate them.”
Shiloh Fernandez: “That’s what I was going to say. I was trying to be polite.”
Gary Oldman: “I may have been walking around in my purple robe doing silly voices, but I took one look at these two men and they’re good looking. Young, good looking kids tend to interest me. Part of wanting to do the piece in the first place, I think, was to work with Catherine who I do really think – it’s true what Amanda says – you’ve got the pulse on something and you seem to know what these kids want. You can’t even define it, but it works and you have a real take on it. And it was also a chance to work in the arena with these young guys.”

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