Michael Stahl-David Talks Cloverfield

January 4, 2008 at 7:58 pm Leave a comment

Cloverfield

Cloverfield

It’s been somewhat lost in all the excitement surrounding January releases such as One Missed Call and Mad Money, but there’s a little monster flick called Cloverfield coming out this month — and one of the movie’s stars, Michael Stahl-David, is here with a new interview to help us remember where to spend our ticket money on the 18th!

Stahl-David sat down with ShockTillYouDrop‘s Ryan Rotten to talk about his experiences behind the scenes of the J.J. Abrams-produced Cloverfield, admitting he “thought it was something I was going to be completely embarrassed of” before discussing the way director Matt Reeves used handheld cameras and improv to bring his vision to life:

“It felt like we were on a search for truth together…[Reeves] wasn’t going to make me do something I didn’t feel was real. If there was something on the script I didn’t feel quite like it would happen in that moment, we wouldn’t do it. I would say something else, do something else. It wasn’t about trying to be clever and come up with your own stuff. It’s not a very talky movie, it was more about questioning what would you do in this situation? What would I do?

Read the entire article at : www.cinema-pedia.com

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