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I know there has been a lot of talk about Willa not being outgoing and friendly with her fans; this is not true. She's just one who values her privacy.She does respond to tweets on Twitter on occasion and is always very nice when she does. She's also into music/acting for the love of music/acting itself, not for the money or fame. She's a real musician/actress, and is passionate about it, and that's one reason I look up to her. She's real and not fake like a lot of these musicians and actors out there now.Willa also does interior design as well now,her work is amazing!

Monday, May 28, 2012

Bowen Gets Violent with Willa Ford - Magic City

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CraveOnline: When you do a violent scene like the shower scene, how carefully do you have to coordinate that with your costar?
Andrew Bowen: A lot, a lot. Willa [Ford] and I talked beforehand. There’s a lot of communication and basically just having a lot of talks. We absolutely had to choreograph it extremely carefully because you don’t want somebody to get hurt. Especially me, I’m overly cautious and sensitive when it comes to stuff like that. So we just talked a lot and we went through it and we said, “This is where my hand’s going to be. Put your hand here, maybe you can support this.”
At the same time, there’s a certain element of let us be in it to a degree that’s enough to put us into the scene but without hurting us, which we did. It’s really tough though. It’s interesting, even as an actor, when you have to go there, when you’re actually in that position itself, it’s almost even more of a challenge to stay in character and to stay in it when you’re instinct is to go, “Oh my God.”
It’s just one of those things, also I was lucky enough to be working with an actress who’s talented like Willa is, that was able to be there in it and step in and as well be comfortable with a situation. Ultimately, all that stuff comes down to trust between people. That’s part of our jobs.
CraveOnline: A scene like that makes you uncomfortable as a viewer. Were you gratified with how that scene came off?
Andrew Bowen: Oh, absolutely. It’s hard to watch but I was very happy how it turned out.

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