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 Teen actresses gain plaudits in ‘I Kill Giants’
    2017-September-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

It’s not often you ask an actor how they felt about working with their co-star and they reply: “We hated each other.”

Fortunately Madison Wolfe is only kidding and she and Sydney Wade collapse into giggles as they explain how close they grew on the set of their new movie “I Kill Giants.”

“At the beginning of production we were just kind of polite to each other or whatever, but by the end we were really good friends,” 14-year-old Madison says.

Her co-star Sydney, 15, picks up: “By the time we finished we were roasting* each other, ‘I don’t like your shoes,’ ‘Oh yeah, well I don’t like your hair!’

“But honestly all jokes aside... she’s an okay person.” The pair descend into more laughter.

By quite some distance, Sydney and Madison must be two of the youngest movie stars at this year’s Toronto Film Festival.

But they’re not exactly newcomers to the industry. “I’ve been acting since I was 4, so 11 years now,” Sydney explains.

“Building up to this film was a very difficult process for me, it was challenging. I had to graft. I was doing non-speaking roles, non-paid roles. I didn’t mind what I did as long as I was doing what I loved.

“But when I got on to ‘I Kill Giants’ I thought ‘this is it — this is everything that I wanted’.”

Similarly, audiences (and horror fans in particular) may have already seen films starring Madison without even realizing it.

“A lot of people saw me in ‘The Conjuring,’ that was probably my biggest role so far,” she says. “But people didn’t realize that I’d been working for almost six years before that. It takes a long time.”

Madison and Sydney are in Toronto promoting “I Kill Giants,” the big-screen adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name by Joe Kelly.

(SD-Agencies)

 

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