October 11, 2010 10:06:15 GMT
'He's not hard to look at but..., it's still a little awkward,' the star says on the scene that was filmed first for the movie.
Just Jared has got a chance to visit the set of "I Am Number Four" and Dianna Agron has shared the filming of her kissing scene with co-star Alex Pettyfer. "Well you've seen Alex. He's not hard to look at but it is interesting because you're in front of this crew which no matter how close you are to them, it's still a little awkward," she claimed. "I always space out and I don't even know what's going on."
The blonde babe also revealed that the smooching scene was the first one filmed for the movie and she has her own thought about that. "That's what came first. For some reason - Actually I kind of have a theory on why that is - Kissing scenes typically come first or very near the beginning of filming. I think it's because if things go terribly wrong people might not like each other and it might be really difficult to make that believable," she explained.
Meanwhile, with Collider Pettyfer was willing to explain how his character will find out that he is an alien. He shared, "I think it slowly reveals itself as the movie goes on. I can't give away too much, obviously, but there's a few surprises for him that brings him back to a past life, which is what it is a past life because he's from another planet. That kinda triggers these little motives in him that begin him to become this warrior."
Some set pictures of "I Am Number Four" have also been released, with some of them highlighting the relationship between Agron's Sarah and Pettyfer's Number Four. In one pic, the two are seen getting close as the male lead wraps his hands around her waist.
Directed by D.J. Caruso, "I Am Number Four" follows Number Four aka John Smith who is one of nine alien teens on the run from ruthless enemies sent to destroy him. Now that the first three of them have been killed, Number Four must fight to survive. DreamWorks will drop the action sci-fi in theaters nationwide on February 18, 2011.