June 20, 2008 09:27:59 GMT
Some of 'Kit Kittredge: An American Girl' cast ensemble, including Abigail Breslin and Chris O'Donnell, have sat down to talk about the family drama movie based on the American Girl book series.
As "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl" is nearing its theatrical release, some of the cast ensemble sat down to talk about the family drama movie. The taped interview which is made in a sort of featurette shows discussions with Kit's depicter Abigail Breslin, on-screen parents and best friends, Chris O'Donnell, Julie Ormond, Zach Mills and Madison Davenport, and Mr. Gibson's Wallace Shawn.
Provided by MovieWeb, the interview goes over many topics. In it, O'Donnell confesses that he is indeed familiar with the American Book series and goes on telling his experiences over the matter, while Shawn speaks about how he feels working with the young cast. Moreover, Breslin, Mills and Davenport share their experience working with monkey and the rules they have to follow while filming a scene with it. Additionally, Breslin also revealed how she should fake the script she wrote using the typewriter.
"Kit Kittredge" is the first feature film that is made based on the popular American Girl book series. It tells the story of how the titular character, a brave and smart young girl who is living in Cincinnati, Ohio during the Great Depression, solves a mystery that helps her family in saving their home and clears up her friend from being held accountable for the crime he doesn't commit. The Picturehouse Entertainment's flick is directed by Patricia Rozema and is coming into theaters on June 20 for its limited release and on July 2 for its wide release.
Video Interview of "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl":