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Interview with the golden boy Jerry Trimble
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Author(s) : Arnaud Lanuque
Date : 24/8/2007
Type(s) : Interview
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People :
Brandy Yuen Jan Yeung
Movies :
Charlie's Angels
The Master
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HKCinemagic : Charlie's Angels represents a return to HK style of choreography for you after several years (9 to be precise). Were you excited to find back HK choreographers, especially them being the brothers of Brandy Yuen with who you worked on The Master? Did you find it much different compared to your other stuntmen work with fully American crews?
Jerry Trimble : I loved working with this team on Angels, very professional, experts at their field, they had a certain flair about them, they worked extremely well as a team. It was nice to get to exhibit my skills again. They were all business. The difference I've noticed between HK crews and American stunt crews, the HK crews are more serious when working. Two totally different worlds with the same goal, to make great action, and they both do, just in different ways.
HKCinemagic : Was it difficult to work with Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore as they have no real action background?
J T : My scenes were with Drew. The only difference working with non-action actors is that there are many more takes and more apprehension. The HK crew trained the girls for weeks, maybe months before the shoot and in the end, because of the HK crews they really pulled it off so much, that we were nominated for the first “Taurus stunt awards” in the category of best fight.
HKCinemagic : What do you think about the trend in Hollywood to incorporate some HK style action in their action movies?
J T : I love it, there is a unique look and talent that goes into HK action and it reads very well on screen. It's very nice to look at. Like a dance that you can't take your eyes off of because you'll miss something, it's intense. Beautiful.
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