How a road trip helped Sebastian Stan and Denise Gough’s chemistry


|| []).push(function () { viAPItag.display(“vi_1088641796”) }) recently spoke with Denise Gough and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier star Sebastian Stan. The two stars star in the romantic drama of Argyris Papadimitropoulos Monday, which is now available in select theaters and video on demand. During our chat, the duo went into great detail about how they prepared for the film in unconventional ways and that their rehearsal was just spending time together.

“We both just rehearsed and spent some time breaking down scenes and you know, your typical acting stuff,” Stan explained. “Then I feel like when we got there Argyris is resting instead to keep going to those dinners, and we were like, ‘When are we rehearsing?’ And he’d say, “Ah, tomorrow,” then we’d be at another dinner party. I think we both realized it was rehearsal.

Gough explained that the two stars went on a road trip together, which helped them improve their chemistry.

“We went on a road trip after two nights spent getting to know each other” Gough revealed. ” We got into a car with four people we hadn’t met a few weeks before. I had been there a week longer than Sebastian. So I had a little more time, but I got in a car for four hours and went to the producers [villa] that he owns or something. I’ve been there for three days and now I’m looking back and I think, I think you said it, Sebastian, where it was like, ‘Oh, that was work.’ It was really smart the way he kept moving, “Yeah. Do not worry. We will do this. Because I thought we were going to sit down and sort of do the scenes. Then, because I had done an improv film before, I was like, “Oh, I see. It’s not, we’re just hanging around, but something deeper is happening. Which meant when we started we kind of started out as a couple hanging out, not knowing each other very well, but it was helpful for what we needed to do next together.

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Stan credits the road trip and the time spent together before filming for strengthening not only the bond between the actors, but also with the director.

“It brought us closer to Argyris, which again explains why at the end of the movie it was so sad,” This Stan. “The way they filmed there is that everyone is involved, from the hair and makeup to the crew, to the lighting. As if they all knew each other. They all hang out together while they’re doing it, and then, you know, everyone was sad when it was over.

Gough found herself devastated by the end of filming.

It was my first time doing something like this. Like I had never participated in a film before. So when I left at the end, I just thought we should all be living together in a big house in Greece. I started to learn the language. I said to myself: “I’m Greek now”. All. That’s it. Right? We all got together. It’s perfect. So I was sort of spat back into my life like, ‘What was that?’ “

Check out the full interview below:

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