Today Swedish radio station P3 aired an interview with me for their segment about Swedes abroad (Svensken i Världen, Verkligheten i P3). I talked about the amazing journey it has been, and still is, after Lights Out went viral but I also mentioned the not so great experience of having my looks reviewed by men on the internet. If you know Swedish you can listen to it here. It was so much fun to be interviewed about this whole experience and I think it went really well.
And let's take a look at some photos from the two days filming my scenes in Lights Out the other week.
I had a trailer to relax in, just like "real stars". And obviously I had to take silly self portraits to show off my new found Diva status.
Being pampered between takes by Hair, Makeup and Wardrobe.
I had a blast filming and really hope this is just the beginning for me. I was quite nervous before shooting because this was the first time I acted in English. It's scary to act in another language than your own, but I think it went well.
This week it's been 38 celsius degrees outside, and that is just way too many celsius degrees for me! On friday we're going to Palm Springs over the weekend (because on monday next week we celebrate our two year wedding anniversary!) and it's supposed to be around 42 celsius degrees there. I'm terrified. I will be staying in the pool the entire weekend, that's for sure!
OMG! FINALLY it's out! Even though the story got leaked a little bit too early before the press release was ready it feels great to be able to tell you all: Lights Out is about to become a feature film!
David is directing the movie here in LA for New Line Cinema/Warner bros James Wan is producing, Eric Heisserer is writing the script and it's all very crazy bananas indeed! I will be in the movie too, in the very beginning, so YAY! Hollywood debut!
Now, when you've seen it let's take a peek behind the scenes. We filmed in our attic, and as always it was just David and me. That calls for some clever movie making. David is a master at that and with my help we could use what we have around the house to make this horror short happen.
Check out the behind the scenes video that David put together for a glimpse of the work put into making Attic Panic. Includes: a lot of interesting information, blood, kissing and a dusty ass. -Everything you need!
Oh, and here's a couple of photos of David in action.
And that was that little peek behind the scenes of Attic Panic. Did you find it interesting?