The prospect of working with Terrence Malick is too great an opportunity for any actor to pass up. Malick is one of the greats – Badlands, Days of Heaven: classics in their own right. Add to the fact – the elusive, press shy filmmaker notoriously takes quite awhile between films (although his output as of late puts to doubt such a deliberate reputation). Thus not only is working with Malick a chance to star in one of greatest living director’s films but more so who knows when/if the guy will make another one… The ‘catch’ however: Malick is a fickle editor and prone to cutting his actors out from his films (see: Adrien Brody in The Thin Red Line, Sean Penn in Tree of Life). You may act in a Malick flick but who knows if you’ll even end up in the finished cut? At the recent press junket for Warm Bodies, Teresa Palmer discussed working with Malick on the recently wrapped Knight of Cups and addressed whether she fears her role will end up on the cutting room floor. Hit the jump to watch.
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