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|Nicole: The black(out) and the blues|
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|Jonatha||Nov 20 2008, 08:50 AM Post #1|
Please link to DR:
After mustering bucketfuls of tears for Nicole's past miscarriage scenes, Arianne Zucker was all by her lonesome when the whole sound stage literally faded to black!
"Because I had to be very upset, I really went to my true self," shares Zucker. "I went to, 'Have I ever been in such pain? Have I ever had this fleeting, sobbing moment in my personal life?'" says Zucker, noting that her scene was the last one for the day. "At the end of it, they were holding the camera on me forever. I was sobbing completely, thinking, 'When are they going to turn the camera off?'"
At long last, they did. "I was done with that scene, but it takes a while to come out of that," reveals Zucker. "So I'm leaning over the bed crying, and they're like, 'That's a wrap. Thank you, everybody. Good night.' The lights went off and everyone dispersed, and I was still in bed sobbing, thinking, 'Where did everybody go?' They were all done for the day and wanted to go home."
Fortunately, someone came to Zucker's rescue. "Our stage manager, Fran, walked over put her hand on my back, and said, 'Honey, did everybody just leave you?'" recounts Zucker. "It was actually a very funny moment."
|PhoenixRising05||Nov 20 2008, 08:58 AM Post #2|
Wow...how horrible. Glad someone came back for her, especially with how into her scenes she was. She was already a wreck and this didn't help.
These miscarriage scenes sound powerful as hell. Ari has really improved alot since her first run. She was good in her first run but now she's at another level. She seems to be more raw and natural. I can't wait for this. Sounds like she really lets loose. Ari will rock this, I'm sure.
|Alligato||Nov 20 2008, 09:15 AM Post #3|
I want to see this, but I don't want to see this.
Couldn't have been portrayed by a better actress though.
Thanks for sharing, Jonatha!
|ladyofthelake||Nov 20 2008, 09:51 AM Post #4|
|I don't know if I can take this on top of the whole Starr "losing" her baby scenario. I watched this, and if I watch this, and top it off with scenes of watching Zach's death, I'll be a wreck.Ari has come through in her acting so much. I hope she's priming her portfolio with this wonderful stuff, because when the inevitable happens, she'll be ready!|
|cjknick||Nov 20 2008, 10:23 AM Post #5|
Thanks Jonatha ...
Having been thru a miscarriage with my first pregnancy and having read about this scene Ari may have nailed it.
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