Sound Bite: Jared Padalecki –Scariest thing physically
Sure. Sure. Um I think the scariest thing physically making this movie was probably um uh doing the scene on top of a bus. There’s a fight scene that Jason and I fight on top of a bus and there was sort of a making fake rain and we were actually on top of a bus and it was kind of slippery and my boots were like designer right and they weren’t like Timberlands or Dr. Martins that actually work they were like designer boot I don’t know what brand they were or anything but they were kind of like flat soles and really nothing for traction like if you’re not on gravel you’re going to slip and fall um so that was a little worrisome cause we had a big scene up there and and Derek and I are both big guys and the side of a bus is surprisingly narrow and it was also curved and slippery and so there were a few slips and fall but that was physically but otherwise I mean you know you know I’m not getting in the octagon with a professional fighter I’m just an actor filming a movie so I was never like oh I’m going to get hurt you know. (talking) Good good well thank the director and the camera operators.
Sound Bite: Jared Padalecki – what was it like getting this role
Um I was really excited I mean I was I was excited by the story I um was a fan of the original and um I remember just thinking that would be a fun thing to be apart of and I had seen the platinum dune’s version of the Texas Chainsaw massacre and I was a big fan of it and it was scary and I knew the original Texas chainsaw and I thought the new one was real and scary and fun like sexy and exciting and hip. And I remember watching thinking ah man that would be kind of fun to do like that would have been fun to be a part of and so for this I was like sign me up where do I sign up it was the same director same producers everyone that is putting it together is essentially the same, same like crew uh so I wanted to be a part of it and I am really glad to be.
Description: Friday the 13th Junket Jared Padalecki Interview
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