Teresa Palmer (I Am Number Four) falls in love with a wistful and kindhearted zombie (Skins’ Nicholas Hoult) in the upcoming feature Warm Bodies, which is based on the debut novel of Isaac Marion.
During our interview with Palmer, she talked about how music has a profound influence on her craft. “(I play) a lot of Bon Iver, Florence and the Machine,” says the actress, who also starred in the 2011 comedy Take Me Home Tonight. “I am the sort of person who just gets completely transfixed by music and I feel so much more when I’m listening to music whether it’s feeling romantic or happy or really cool and edgy. Sometimes when I’m about to do an audition for a role when I’m playing the baddie or someone really tough I’ll drive to the audition listening to underground rap like Big L, Masta Ace, Mobb Deep and just crank it and get into that zone. In terms of romance, you can’t really beat Damien Rice’s ‘The Blower’s Daughter.’ That’s a really beautiful song.”
To hear Palmer give a funny anecdote about Warm Bodies co-star John Malkovich (they bonded over YouTube videos), click on the media bar below:
Warm Bodies opens nationwide February 1st.
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