Karen Gillan Says Her Upcoming Film ‘Dual’ Is A Massive Challenge As She Shares The Details About Her Character
Actress Karen Gillan who is best known for her Nebula character in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy‘ has posted a new photo on her official Instagram page and while thanking the crew of her latest film, she also gave a hint about her character.
Karen Gillan began her career by playing Amy Pond in ‘Doctor Who’, and the actress whose reputation has since grown has appeared in other big blockbuster films on the big screen such as Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and Avengers: Endgame.
On Wednesday, Karen Gillan posted a photo from the set of her new movie and announced on Instagram that the shootings of her upcoming movie ‘Dual’ were finished.
She expressed her excitement to be part of this challenging experience. She called it challenging because she played two opposite roles in the movie which she described as tricky and interesting at the same time.
Dual is a sci-fi thriller and Karen Gillan leads the cast with Aaron Paul. The plot of the movie is about a woman who receives a terminal diagnosis and opts for a cloning procedure to ease the loss of her friends and family. When she makes a miraculous recovery, every attempt to have her clone decommissioned fail and lead to a court-mandated duel to the death.
Here’s what she stated:
“THAT’S A WRAP ON DUAL!!!!!!!! What. An. Experience. This film was a massive challenge. Playing two roles opposite myself was very tricky and interesting but luckily I had the most phenomenal actress to stand in opposite me.
@katariinahavukainen gave me so much to work with so THANK YOU. Also a huge thank you to @aaronpaul for being my hip hop dance partner 🤣 and to the amazing @beulahkoale.
And thank you to our director @rileystearns. Your films are so unique and you have such a sense of identity to your work. No one else can do what you do and I’m so glad I got to do my bit to make your vision come to life. Can’t wait for you all to see this film!!!!!! #dualmovieofficial #dualmovie”
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