Rebecca Romijn: The effect that…, first of all it is so cool to play this super villain, you know, I mean, I didn’t…, I wasn’t huge…, I didn’t have a huge awareness of X-Men before I started and off course we have all become, you know, very engaged in what X-Men is all about since we worked on it, but yeah, I mean it is so cool to play a super villain. I love it, I love it and I think she is a really cool and sexy and angry character. I mean…, I totally get why she is fighting her fight and I really connect with her.
Rebecca Romijn: We have improved on the make up process a little bit. The first one took eight hours every single day and this time we got it down to like five hours and it wasn’t quite as toxic which is great and the removal process wasn’t quite as bad. The first time it took like two and a half hours to take everything off and now we got it down to an hour to remove it.
Rebecca Romijn: If you can choose to look anyway you wanna look why do you look like everyone else? And I say to him, we shouldn’t have to. Which is exactly the hard and soul of what, you know, the fight of the brotherhood of evil is all about. It’s you know, this is the way we were born. You can’t, you know, it is not about conformity, it’s about, it’s about all these different types of people, mutants and people living together in the world. And obviously the mutant factor makes it fantasy orientated but it is very reality based.
Original article: CountingDown.com