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Crash PadPost-Production 2017 as Hannah A hopeless romantic who thinks he's found true love with an older woman, only to learn that she's married and that his fling is merely an instrument of revenge against her neglectful husband.
Nina stopped by HARRY to promote her latest project, action film, xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. In the first clip below, Nina shares with Harry Connick Jr. her rules for Instagram. And then in the second clip, she talks about her own passion for action and jumping off a mountain. Check it out!
Nina Dobrev talks about Face Timing with Vin Diesel, her co-star in the highly anticipated new action film. xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage. She also dishes on her character, Becky and the cool gadgets she got to work with in the film. Check out what Nina had to say!
Before the evening’s red carpet premiere in Los Angeles, Nina Dobrev and her xXx Return of Xander Cage co-stars had a press conference. Cast members, Tony Jaa, Michael Bisping, Ariadna Gutiérrez, Kris Wu, Nicky Jam, Ruby Rose, Donnie Yen, Deepika Padukone, Vin Diesel as well as the film’s director, DJ Caruso joined Nina on stage to talk about the highly anticipated film. Check it out!!
“I’ve been wanting to cut it for years and years and years. I wanted to cut it midway through shooting [The Vampire Diaries], but I couldn’t because of the character. This is the first time, I realized, since leaving the show that I’m finally on-screen again, so I thought new character, new year, new ‘do.”
Why she asked Riawna to do it:
“Riawna Capri is a very dear friend of mine and she flew to London to cut it. It was a big deal for me—it’s been 15 years since I had a major change. I wanted my best friend to do it.” The emotions she felt when getting the cut:
“I’ve been waiting for this for so long that I was just like, ‘get it out of the way, get it over with, and do it fast.’” Continue Reading
Nina’s really keeping busy lately with promoting xXx:Return of Xander cage and she dished on a few things with Coveteur.com today along with doing a beautiful photoshoot as well for the piece, check out a few things below and view the rest of the article at the Coveteur.com
Her favorite scenes to film:
“The group scenes were probably my favorite. Whenever the whole group’s together we can play off each other. In between the takes, we would make jokes and get to know each other. The cast is so multi-cultural that I personally learned a lot about different places that I didn’t know about—little fun facts. Now I feel like I have homes in so many different countries because we all became very close. I’m welcome in all of their living rooms [laughs] and they’re welcome in mine as well.”
How those prank wars started with Ruby Rose:
“I was bragging about being the best prankster, that I could scare anyone and no one could ever scare me. So she said, ‘Challenge accepted.’ When she said that I immediately, that same day after we wrapped, ran to her trailer and hid behind a cupboard so when she entered, I scared the living bejeebus out of her. That sparked a whole war. She put the head shots of herself in my trailer and I put the crabs in her trailer, because she was crabby with me on set. We kept on going back and forth for a long time. At the end of it, we were both terrified and couldn’t leave our trailers because we thought the other one was plotting something at all times. Which we were.”
On her upcoming film, Flatliners:
“The film is so beloved. Any time I mention it to anybody, everybody knows about it and has fond memories. This new take is sort of a departure from the last one, in that technology has changed so much, and the advancements in medicine—doctors can actually do a lot of things we do in the film. It’s a lot more grounded in reality, and our director, Niels Arden Oplev, who directed the [original] Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, is a stickler for detail. He wanted it to be as real as possible, so we had to go through three weeks of medical training. I had to learn to play the cello and do swim lessons and all these crazy things. It was a blast. I had a great time.”