Brittany Snow has a new interview with the New York Daily News, where she talks about the experience of shooting Pitch Perfect.
In terms of the type of roles she plays, Snow says, “I guess I get offered more good-girl parts. But I have played a couple of bad girls. I played a teenage neo-Nazi on ‘Nip/Tuck.’ You can’t get much badder than that.”
She also talks about the long hour they were doing to rehearse and shoot ‘Pitch Perfec’t, saying, ““We were working 10-hour days. It was like this long summer camp where all you did was sing and dance.”
She does talk about the first she really realized that acting could be an escape, saying, “It was the second week and I did a scene where I had to scream at someone, and cry,” she says. “And I remember feeling that I had gone outside of myself while I was doing that scene. I felt something I’d never felt before, a feeling of losing myself in what I was doing. I wanted to have that feeling again and again.”
She adds that she’s also trying to get into producing, saying, “I’m not trying to prove to anyone else what I can do,“ she says. “I’m trying to prove to myself that I can do different things, things that I can learn from. Those are the things that change you.”