There’s a lot of stuff going on and I wanted to keep that freedom with Cruella.
I, Tonya sort of opened up a lot of things for me in a sense of when I shot I, Tonya I was kind of fearless and I really just stuck to my convictions and what I felt would work for the film.
I really took some chances with it and changed a lot of things and broke some rules like breaking the fourth wall.
I wanted all that energy that we had in I, Tonya.
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