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Simply in a young interview, Jodie Arriver discovered that her sentence on the Capital of Massachusetts place of the blow-prohibited smash hit wasn’t always placid sailing, weighty Glamor on Thursday: ‘There was an chance event one daytime and I got kicked in the look.’
Jodie, 28, was speechmaking on and also shared out that the gauze-like draw of the thrill ‘knocked her glasses off’. The Liverpudlian asterisk said: ‘I get no good sense of coordination [and] I had to work a lot with the stunt department. I wanted to do as much as I possibly could. I did my best [but] my best wasn’t good enough!’
Ouch: Jodie Comer, 28, has revealed that she was kicked in the face while filming new movie Free Guy in Boston
Gushing about the stunt team working on Free Guy HD Movie Online Guy, the blonde beauty added: ‘I had an incredible stunt double who did all the really, really cool stuff.’
Elsewhere in the interview, Jodie revealed that her cover of Mariah Carey’s Fantasy in the film ‘wasn’t planned’.
Explaining that her co-star Ryan Reynolds asked her whether she would be willing to record the cover ‘months after’ filming, Jodie said: ‘That wasn’t planned!
‘That was something that happened months after. Ryan had messaged me and he was like, ”I’m just curious, would you be up for singing an alt version of Fantasy for a certain part of the film?”
Jodie explained: ‘There was an accident one day and I got kicked in the face’ she added that the sheer force of the kick ‘knocked her glasses off’
‘I went into my bathroom, did a couple of recordings just to check that I was good enough and then I was like, ”I’ll give it a go!” I went to LA and we recorded that in Capitol records where The Beatles and The Rolling Stones have recorded!’
Jodie – who has recently been filming the final season of Killing Eve – also candidly spoke about letting go of bad habits.
‘Having to sit with myself in the last year, finding myself a little bit more and realising habits that don’t serve me or things that don’t make me feel good – I have actively been trying to remove myself from them,’ she explained.
She added: ‘That’s something that I’ve really been trying to practice. I’ve definitely seen a difference in just taking control of those things. If I’m actively doing something that makes me feel bad I go, ”why am I doing that? Do something else that’s going to make me feel good!”’
Jodie continued: ‘Just tiny choices of just trying to be a bit more conscious of putting myself first in that way, like looking after myself, working out, feeling strong, feeling good. I have to literally be forced to exercise but it makes me feel so good.’
Spontaneous: Jodie also revealed her cover of Mariah Carey’s Fantasy ‘wasn’t planned’ and Ryan Reynolds asked her whether she would record the cover ‘months after’ filming
The award-winning star also shared that she tries not to let other people’s opinions affect her.
‘This is my first film and people know you a little bit more and they form opinions of you and it’s just making sure that I can witness all that, but not take it on and let that affect my own views and opinions of myself,’ she explained.
‘There’s been times when that line has gotten a little bit blurry and I think that’s really dangerous,’ added Jodie.
‘It’s about listening to your inner voice. I always felt like I was that person but then I was kind of falling away from that a little bit. I feel like I have re-found it and gained a lot of strength.’
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Jodie also admitted that over the last year she has noticed that her job has the power to affect her mental health.
She told Josh: ‘I think in the last year, I’ve definitely just noticed how it affects my mood in the slightest way.
‘It was my mum actually, who was like, ”I’m trying to have a conversation with you and you’re just not, you’re not listening! You’re not giving me anything!” It’s my family who get the brunt of it because it’s just that my head’s in a completely different space.’
Jodie also spoke about her upcoming role in Ridley Scott’s The Last Duel, which follows actor Alex Lawther as King Charles VI as the royal settles a dispute with one of his squires by challenging him to a duel.
Admitting that she hadn’t yet read the script when she met with Ridley for the first time to discuss the role, Jodie said: ‘It came through my agent that Ridley really wanted to meet me for this project.