Channing also produced the film. Did it add extra pressure that in addition to being your co-star, he was also your boss?
Well, of course. There is a definite element of that. We love each other, and we're married, so our opinions of each other matter a lot. But I already know how much he loves and respects me, and he knows how much I love and respect him. So that was already there to begin with versus going into a scene with another actor who you really admire and you kind of bring in an extra nervous energy because you want them to like what you're doing or feel what you're doing in a scene is right. Chan would give a lot of notes to me, and I was able to take it because, one, we're both actors, and two, I knew he was producing. We started [our relationship] working together, so we remembered doing this. It was almost like a callback to five years ago when we did these sorts of scenes together.
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