Chapter 1409 Burying the Hatchet 5
From his debut to his superstar status, the stylist had been silently supporting him.
Unfortunately, now, her dream guy was rumored to be in love with a woman…
She naturally felt upset about it!
Bazaar Fashion’s editor-in-chief: “Was it a coincidence or something else that you landed this lead role in ‘The Green Apple’ before?”
Yun Shishi: “During its nation-wide audition for the female lead, by chance, I was picked by Director Lin; hence, I got the role.”
Editor-in-chief: “Which character do you like best from the movie’s script?”
“It’s Yin Xiachun.”
“Why? What attracts you to this character?”
“That character is a pure and stubborn person. When she loves someone, she gives her all to that person and doesn’t hesitate to turn her back against the world for her love! I’m touched by her persistence and devotion.”
“Did you read the original novel before accepting this role?”
“Yes, I did. The novel is very well written; I stayed up all night just to finish it.”
“Then, while reading it, has it ever crossed your mind that you would, one day, be acting your favorite character?”
“How does it feel to actually be acting as one of the novel’s characters as opposed to just reading about it?”
“They’re two entirely different concepts. When I was reading the novel, I got pulled into its world, got influenced by the love-and-hate entanglement in it, and felt the emotions according to the plot. Acting, on the other hand, must be carefully taken into consideration; I’d have to put myself in the character’s shoes to feel her every emotion and bring them across to the viewers.”
“Did you do some preparations before the filming?”
“Preparations for your role.”
“I usually read the script several times first as preparation.”
“Is it challenging to play her character?”
“How do you know what emotions the character should be feeling?”
“By striving hard to immerse myself in the character’s inner world.”
“What are your expectations for this movie?”
The interview proceeded gradually.
Facing the camera with a mic in hand, Yun Shishi patiently answered every friendly and critical question that the editor-in-chief hurled her way. Some answers required regurgitation from the memorized script, while others required to be thought up on the spot.
She never memorized those ready-made replies, though, and just came up with all the answers there and then.
As such, it left the editor-in-chief feeling a little disgruntled.
Her answers were so tepid and random that they did not spark any interest in them from others.
She was clearly given a script for the interview. Why did she not follow it?
Such an interview was truly drab.
The editor-in-chief, therefore, posed a sensitive question. “You and Xingze played a couple on screen; how is your relationship like off screen?”
She frowned at this question.
Standing aside, the quietly listening stylist tensed a bit and immediately shifted her gaze onto the artist.
After pondering for a second, the actress calmly replied, “We get along pretty well.”
The editor-in-chief broke into a cold sweat. “Pretty well in what way?”
The editor-in-chief thought, This actress isn’t cooperative at all. How can she be clueless on how to create hype at all?