Nick Frost Squeezed Into The 'Pirate Radio' Boat
"They got tighter when I got in them, put it that way," Frost said. "They're small. The sets were so intricate and perfect that that was a tiny bathroom and it was really small. It was tight."
Part of that is movie magic. Just to shove a camera into those cabins meant that some of the walls came out. "They had to do that kind of clever thing that they took pieces out and shot in and through. But the sets were amazing. The only time I got seasick on the whole project was when we were in the studio, because they built a giant set of the ship."
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Pirate Radio opens Friday.
Story/Interview by Fred Topel
Starpulse contributing writer
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