A01. HRN-2813 Cam C
In: 11.54.26 Out: 11.54.39
Sound Bite: Jada Pinkett Smith / David Schwimmer – you get to see the animals grow up
David – Yeah especially for I guess for our relationship emerging from friends to more of a romantic nature.
A02. HRN-2813 Cam C
In: 11.54.46 Out: 11.55.01
Sound Bite: Jada Pinkett Smith / David Schwimmer – the relationship between a hippo and giraffe
Jada – Well that’s the beauty of it, is that they kind of look at that and “Oh that’s cute, that’s you know” imagine that could actually happen and I think that’s a fantastic thing because then that hopefully will bleed into other areas.
A03. HRN-2813 Cam C
In: 11.55.12 Out: 11.55.27
Sound Bite: Jada Pinkett Smith / David Schwimmer – the individuality wasn’t in the last one
Jada – Right, that’s true.
David – Yeah I think this film, because it takes for granted, it assumes you know these characters, so now they can elaborate and go into greater depth I think so I think it is more complex in that way.
A04. HRN-2813 Cam C
In: 11.55.28 Out: 11.55.35
Sound Bite: Jada Pinkett Smith / David Schwimmer – this is the most time they get to spend together
Jada – I know I didn’t, I haven’t seen him since the last time we did press from the first one.
A05. HRN-2813 Cam C
In: 11.55.54 Out: 11.56.35
Sound Bite: Jada Pinkett Smith / David Schwimmer – did they do something different this time in terms of character
Jada – No I think it’s also it might be just residue too from you really think you know these characters and now you, more is revealed so you really feel like you know more. That could be it, I don’t know. (talks) Oh you mean in the actual animation. (talks)
David – I don’t know I know that when we’re when we’re you know doing the voicing, they’re videotaping us, so the animators can really refer to our expressions and our timing so um I don’t know maybe I don’t think they did anything different but maybe they’re just getting better and better at it.
Description: HRN-2813 Madagascar Escape 2 Africa Jada Pinkett Smit / David Schwimmer Cam C
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