Emma Roberts Auditioned for Scream 4 via Skype: “It was the fastest job I’ve ever gotten”

When Emma Roberts arrived at director Wes Craven’s home for her audition for “Scream 4“, there were several people present, but no sign of Craven. That is when she learned her audition would be done via Skype.Emma Roberts

“I get to his house and they told me it would be on Skype, which is so strange because his assistant was there, his casting director was there and he’s on a laptop. I just went for it and I actually found out later that day that I got the movie and I was off to shoot two weeks later. It was the fastest job I’ve ever gotten,” Roberts recalls.

There was one “small” problem when Roberts arrived on set, though.

“I’m really small compared to everyone else in the movie because I’ m short, so I was literally running around in seven inch boots the whole movie, so I could be up to the right height to everyone else. I almost ate it a couple of times. There was a moment where I was running up some stairs late at night and I almost took a fall.”

via wenn.com


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