Naomi Watts on Screaming for 'King Kong'
Watts insists she couldn't practice screaming because people don't screech in terror in real life. She said: "It's funny, the whole scream thing, because you don't really scream in real life. If there's truly anything scary, then you would almost swallow it. And if there's a mouse nearby, you'd squeal, 'Aaiiee!' Where does a scream come from? It's really movies - I think."
Watts also says there are far less screams in the new movie than in the original King King, or the 1976 remake which starred Jessica Lange, because her character is "tougher". She explained: "In the other two versions, I think there's a lot more screaming. There are screams in this version, but it's not all the way through. I don't know, maybe that's reflective of the modern woman. Yeah, she's a damsel in distress, but she's tougher and that's why she negotiates herself out of being killed."
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