It was. It was. But also because I had to say things to her, like “go away” and “I don’t like children.” But that’s how we knew Viv would be perfect, because she is like my little shadow and there’s nothing I can say that she doesn’t just interpret as “Mommy doesn’t mean that. She wants me to stay.” But it was hard to stay in character. We did — in our outtakes — we get very snuggly, just to apologize.
[She] and Pax are in the christening scene for a moment. It’s like a cameo.
He was going to be in “World War Z,” but they didn’t tell us when they were filming that the ratings wouldn’t allow a child zombie.
Our idea is not to have them in film but to share our lives with them and play with them, so it’s not to look for them to be actors. But if there is some kind of experience where they can jump on set and feel what it’s like to be on set and not feel separated from our work, then it’s fun. But we would really like to keep them separate from it… as a career. We’re hoping that we don’t have actors, but maybe we do.