Suki Waterhouse likes getting to know people on set
Suki Waterhouse says the best thing about making films is "getting to know someone".
The 26-year-old actress loves being able to strike up a friendship with her fellow castmates and it was no different on thriller movie 'Assassination Nation'.
She said: "One of the best thing about making films, for me, is that I love just getting to know someone. I want to know all of their s**t, straight away. I don't know what that's about, but that's literally my favourite thing. We just get to know each other so quickly ... Every day was an absolute whirlwind, whether it was getting beat up, or Hari in a pool, trying to nail gun someone."
And Suki admits there was one really tough scene physically.
Asked if there was a particular scene that was most challenging to film, she added: "Me and Abra had a scene where we were taken out of our house and slammed against the cars, but I do quite enjoy that stuff because it's just so physical. It's scary. There were moments when our producer, Kevin [Turen], would have a complete freak-out when that was happening, being like, 'Are you guys okay?,' and not really knowing if we were. That stuff is really exerting. It's all challenging."
The blonde beauty feels grateful to have had a director like Sam Levinson because he makes you want "to do well for him".
She told Collider.com: "We could talk to Sam. We were all so incredibly open, with each other and with Sam. Having a director like that, you want to do well for him. You feel safe with him and you can talk to him about anything because he's non-judgmental. He's had a crazy past of his own, and he's been on an interesting journey."