Danielle Panabaker is currently on cloud nine after getting engaged to entertainment lawyer Hayes Robbins last June, but it took her quite some time to find true love.
Sure, the 29-year-old actress has gotten to kiss cute co-stars like Grant Gustin and Michael Angarano while the cameras were rolling, but what’s more important to discuss are the people who she smooched for something other than work.
People dont really care that Im an actor, which is great. When you go to an all boys Catholic high school in the Valley nobody really watches TV or sees too many movies, so nobody really knew who I am, which is great. There was never a time that they were looking down on us. Hes not the kind of guy that gives advice. He kind of lets you do it on your own, in an encouraging way.
What I loved about it was that there were just as many stunts as there were effects (in the film). If I were to take somebody and throw them fifty feet into the air, I would actually be throwing somebody and they would just be on wires and I would have to look like Im throwing no idea. Hes the kind of guy where everyone gets excited when he comes on set because its so much fun. Everyone from the crew was shaking with laughter because you are just enjoying yourself so much.
Philip Zimbardo wants to try a new social and psychological experiment.
The idea was to take 18 young, well-adjusted males and put half in the role of a prison guard and half in the role of a prison inmate.
I did ‘Dogtown' first, it was pretty funny I did all the auditions with the extensions in my hair and all that.
Then Juno said this in an interview last August On moving to the US: “It was an adventure…if it tickles your toes a little bit, then you should go with it. And I never thought I’d say this, because I love rain, but actually walking up to the sunshine does wonders for your brain.”So yeah, as far as I know nothing has changed since then, but also there’s been nothing new since then either.Not willing to put up with the actions of the guards, soon the submissive prisoners decide to rebel and take matters into their own hands.As the volunteers fall deeper into their new lives, Zimbardo becomes fascinated by the results and how quickly the situation escalates.What I feel bad for Will about is that hes so confused at that point by the fact that he has no powers whatsoever and he would do anything to become a hero, to get into hero class and have nothing to do with sidekicks. Working with him and Kelly together, theyre such a perfect match.But her on the other hand, she has this awesome power, but she chooses to be a sidekick. Its kind of scary and intimidating because theyre so spontaneous and they approach each scene like its a blank slate, like its empty and we need to fill it up.My first reading of the script was kind of rough because there's all these funny people and Dave Foley was sitting next to me and Bruce Campbell was sitting across from me and it was kind of intimidating but I was just coming off ‘Dogtown' and I had just seen The Notebook the night before and I was in dramatic mode and they're all ‘SIDEKICK' and being all hysterical, it just wasn't working and I had to get in I love Will because I think he's the complete ‘average Joe' who goes to high school and it's really easy to relate to him and it's really easy to kind of envision him.But one of the things that's wasn't easy to was the level of stress he's going through.And my whole family always comes to sets with me, so it's something we can share, as opposed to tearing us apart.Will Stronghold (Michael Angarano) is full of teen angst about friends, grades, and girls...And what super powers they would have if they could choose.Take a read: Did you shoot this or Lords of Dogtown first?