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And, authentic period underpants do actually help, as well. Jacqueline West, the costume designer, was unbelievable. Every pair of jeans were all from the ‘20s and ‘30s. I debated about whether or not I was going to wear a wig. It’s why kids still want to be cowboys, even in England." Reese: "(Director) Francis (Lawrence) and I went out and visited Tai, probably three or four months before shooting, and he brought a camera. ,' but he took pictures of me, every moment of the first experiences I had, of meeting her and her picking me up. So, every single time, the elephant would be constantly sniffing me and I’d be like, 'I don’t know, she just really likes me. ' But, I think she was just sniffing around for a treat." Robert: "Oh, yeah, all the time. I have a natural propensity to work on big piles of poop. I don’t know why I wasn’t grossed out by it, at all.Ultimately, after lots of discussion and screen-testing, I decided, 'I’m just going to cut my hair. I’m just going to do it.' It was really transforming for me. It’s a real gift, as an actress, to have people around you, who are artisans that are the best at what they do, creating period costumes for you and set design. You’re only as good as the people that you collaborate with, so we were very lucky to have the best people in the business designing the film." Reese: "Well, I was training a lot, with the circus training, riding the elephant and riding horses, so I was pretty busy. And then, he sent me the pictures and I was like, 'Oh, my gosh! I like animals, but this was a completely unique experience. There was only one moment, when we first saw the whole herd together and Gary, Tai’s trainer said, 'Sit,' literally as if he were talking to a dog, and it sat down in exactly the same way a dog would. I basically decided to do the movie, at that point. It’s very powerful to think that you can have a relationship with these huge beasts." Robert: "I don’t know who started that. I don’t know if there’s the same thing in America, but there’s a thing called the Spotlight Form in England, where you have all your talents and accents and everything. Because everything felt so authentic all the time, you just accept it, as part of the world.All the trailers were on one side, and then the circus world was on the other.Once you walked over the tracks, there would be a camera, but that was the only thing from the 21st Century.I thought that was great." Robert: "I think I’ve just always had a bit of an affinity for that era. And, I think it was just very solid, how she (author Sara Gruen) created the world there.I just wanted to be a part of it." Robert: "There was a comprehensive creation of the world. There was an embankment with a train track on the top." and "What are the greatest Robert Pattinson roles of all time?
Robert Pattinson has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Robert Pattinson movie of all time is.
Hank's longtime love Karen (Natasha Melon), and their daughter Baca (Madeleine Martin), are both furious with his recklessness.