While most of the talk coming from the San Diego Comic Con has been about the upcoming Marvel projects, as well as the DC and Warner Bros. planned movies, there are also some other films that we were excited to hear more about. One such movie is the new Salma Hayek project Everly.
In the movie, Salma Hayek spends almost the entire time in just one room, which would be enough to make someone claustrophobic, that's if they already aren't. Salma has admitted that she already suffered from claustrophobia before shooting Everly and has revealed how there was one scene which really tipped her over the edge.
Hayek was chatting to the guys over at Bloody Disgusting, when she told them, "I am actually claustrophobic. It was the same room, but there were so many different things happening in there. What was really claustrophobic was the time I spent tied up and in a cage during that short segment. "
She added, "We had some technical problems that day, and so you are building up emotionally and then you hold it because we are going to go again. At some point at one take when they said cut, I cried for an hour and they were all freaking out. For me, it was very challenging. So yeah, it wasn’t so much the room that made me feel claustrophobic, but that one scene that looks like nothing was REALLY tough."
As well as starring Salma Hayek, the rest of the Everly cast includes some impressive acting talent, including such names as Gabriella Wright, Jessica Blanc and Toga Igowa, among others. Everly is directed by Joe Lynch, who also wrote the screenplay for the movie along with the help of Yale Hannon, with the movie still awaiting an official release date.