Britt Robertson talks to E!Online about Shaun: Shaun Sipos, my wonderful onscreen lover, and I had some fun together. It was really hard for the two of us to take each other seriously sometimes, which made for the occasional fed-up director and really funny outtakes. There was one scene in particular in the classroom where they just needed a wide shot of me walking in to the classroom. We both assumed they didn’t need the acting stuff because it was so wide so the two of us just figured we would start improvising until they yelled cut. Shaun and I started talking about how we both had STDs and how we had a secret off-set relationship and whatnot. On-camera! Just completely poking at one another. Well needless to say, they kept rolling and we kept going. Even made the blooper reel!
A little first pic from the new Shaun’s movie “Enter Nowhere”, that now is on post-production. Story revolves around four strangers who find themselves stranded in a deserted, supernatural forest. The strangers seek shelter in an abandoned cabin and must learn to trust one another and work together to find a way out of the woods.
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