Sound Bite: James Marsters & Jamie Chung – how long did it take to get into costume
Marsters – The costume was actually the second one that we used uh we only had one design for the character, but the first costume that was built was a hard shell, and uh we started putting that through the paces and we soon realized that it just didn’t have the motion that we needed for the fight sequences so they designed something that was much softer and much more mobile, and when I put it on for the first time I was so happy because it didn’t restrict anything. There was no problems with it at all. Um and uh it didn’t really take that long to get into, probably ten minutes. There was some buckle issues, some little Michael Jackson stuff happening, but other than that.
Sound Bite: James Marsters & Jamie Chung – the scene where she fought herself
Chung – Wow it took the Chi Chi vs. Chi Chi took about 3 days to film and it was with CGI body replacement so um I had my stunt double and we went through the fight and so I could learn both sides of the fight and when it came down to 3 points in that fight sequence where you see 2 of me, 2 Chi Chis, I had to mimic exactly what my stunt double did on her side, so that they can do CGI body replacement. Super technical complicated but it was worth every minute.
Marsters – That ? rocked.
Chung – Thank you.
Sound Bite: James Marsters & Jamie Chung – any time they accidentally got hurt
Chung – Oh man, are you kidding me? I mean fighting fighting other stunt professionals is easy because you know exactly what they’re doing, they have total control of themselves and their bodies, but when you’re fighting other actors, it’s a whole nother game. (talks) You know uh with the Chi Chi versus my fight in the tournament, you have to kind of stop yourself when you’re pretending to fight and sometimes you pass those boundaries and I came back the next day with all these bruises, like I was in pain, but they did offer a free massage which was nice.
Marsters – It’s like playing football or soccer. You don’t have to go to the doctor afterwards, but you wake up the next day and you notice you’ve got some stuff going on.
Chung – A little sore.
Description: HRN-3242 Dragonball James Marsters & Jamie Chung
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