The werewolves are running around without shirts all the time. How do you guys stay warm when you’re filming? It’s not shot in a warm climate.
It’s freezing cold. Most of the time I have sleeveless shirts on. For the sleeveless shirts, they have an extra layer underneath that’s cut smaller so you can’t see it. And we have hand-warmers! But they make it so it’s sticky ones so you can stick it all over your body. That keeps up really warm. Besides that, we are putting pants on between takes, and jackets, scarves. But when you have your shirt off – well, there’s nothing you can do about it.
Did you do your own stunt work in the films?
Because when we fight, we turn into wolves, we didn’t get to do anything really. We did have to do voice-overs for the wolves – funny growls. It was kind of embarrassing.
“Breaking Dawn, Part 1” you did the wolf voices or internal monologues. How was that?
It was really cool. I was wondering how they were going to do this – for people who weren’t fans of the books it might be really confusing. I think they did it really well – they didn’t make it sound exactly how we do.
We did one version like a regular voice. Another version, we talked as low as we could. In another, we had to use growling voices. And then, they just mixed it all together and made it sound really cool.
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