Christina Ricci Thought She Was “Horrible” in Casper

Christina Ricci is just not impressed by her efficiency in 1995’s “Casper.” In an Aug. 15 look on Marc Maron’s podcast “WTF,” the 42-year-old actor confessed she feels she was merely terrible within the movie.

“In case you really watch ‘Casper,’ I am horrible,” she stated. Luckily, she would not suppose the film itself is dangerous — simply her. “Individuals get so upset after I say that. And I am like, ‘No, it is a fantastic film,” she added. “It is a childhood treasure. However I’m horrible in it.'”

Apparently, tween angst had one thing to do together with her percieved poor efficiency. “There was loads occurring in my [life],” she defined. “All the pieces was very tough. I used to be all the time irritated, and I simply do not suppose I attempted very onerous, to inform you the reality. Embarrassingly, I do not suppose I attempted as onerous as possibly I ought to have.”

The actor, who was 13 when the film started filming, stated that when she watched the film together with her 8-year-old son, Freddie, she cringed. “I bear in mind considering, ‘Wow. OK. That was not a plausible line-reading in any respect. Simply no dedication,'” she continued.

Ricci does really feel extra related to her iconic efficiency as Wednesday Addams in “The Addams Household,” nonetheless. “I really feel very inextricably sure to her, as a result of I really feel, like, who can say how a lot affect being that particular person at that age for the period of time that I used to be her, the quantity of optimistic reinforcement from enjoying that character,” she stated in a 2018 interview with The A.V. Club.

The youngest Addams Member of the family is getting new life in Tim Burton’s “Wednesday,” which simply launched a trailer and which stars Jenna Ortega because the titular goth icon. Ricci can even seem within the spinoff, although her function has not but been revealed.

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