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Appearing in 2004 film Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events as Violet Baudelaire, as Babydoll in 2011 film S*cker Punch, as Katie Harwood in 2002 film .
Ricky Whittle: Yeah, what about the characters though? Emily Browning: Things were pretty bad for Laura in the first season. I think Laura’s finally starting to realise that maybe Shadow doesn’t want his decaying, smelly… RW: It’s what you want as an actor, you want to evoke an emotion, a strong emotion, one way or another. RW: [To Emily] What you’re very talented at doing along with Pablo [Schreiber, who plays leprechaun Mad Sweeney], you created a character that people love to hate. It’s interesting that Shadow is kind of the protagonist of the show and he’s probably the person you know the least amount about, which is kind of fun to play, that mystique. As an actor with a slight frame, is there special choreography involved with her super-strength?
’ [both laugh] and them just very slowly running me through it. You must have done a lot more of that in season two? Green screen and blue screen is the one time you really can revert back to your childhood of playing cops and robbers. With our executive producer Chris Byrne directing the first and last episode of season two, he has a lot of prep and will always have images for you to look at and he’ll say ‘this is what I’m thinking of for the tree or for the buffalo’ or whatever’s coming up in season two and so you have an image of what’s going to be around you, so you take that and then you go back into your inner child and just let it fly. We weren’t lying down flat, we were actually strapped in to beds against the wall to get these funky angles. I was dehydrating myself to look as lean as possible, but those restraints had no need to be… That was actually a very, very painful scene to shoot. We try and do a lot of stuff to make it as practical as possible.
Is there going to be an explanation for Shadow’s dream buffalo? Also, when Shadow falls out of Tech Boy’s limo and is beaten up in the field, Shadow is falling through nothingness, and they just had me bouncing on a trampoline and filming it in slow-motion as I kind of fell backwards. When you’re being tortured in that sci-fi contraption on the train in episode two… Were you channelling a particular memory to evoke the sense of pain? I end up on a lot of winches and pullies and wires in season two.
Emily Browning is an Australian actress and singer known for playing Violet Baudelaire in the 2004 film Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, for which she won the Australian Film Institute International Award for Best Actress.
Her other famous film credits include Ghost Ship, The Uninvited, Sucker Punch, Sleeping Beauty and Legend.
RW: Fans love to watch her and Sweeney go at it because you’ve created this layered character who’s deeply flawed. she’s meant to have just walked out of her grave and mid-fight, she realises that she has this strength, so we barely choreographed that at all. that the bed she was on had a trapdoor through which the worshippers would drop. RW: It’s not spoilery, it’s behind-the-scenes stuff, which is fine. They put me on this rig, it was like a harness that usually attaches you to something that’s hooked into the roof or the walls, but the harness attached me to Pablo [mimes the straps fitting around his torso, like a baby papoose] and I had to have my legs in blue folded in.