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Francia Raisa isn't just Selena Gomez's hero: On Thursday, she and The Secret Life of the American Teenager, donated a kidney to her BFF. Raisa was Gomez's date for the red carpet premiere of Justin Raisa was a former bounty hunter turned schoolteacher opposite Mike “The Miz” Mizanin in the. The Miz biography with personal life (affair, girlfriend), married info (wife, children , divorce). He first earned fame as a cast member on MTV's “The Real World: Back to In , Mizanin appeared in a movie alongside Francia Raisa The ex-lovers dated for a year and broke their relationship in Actress Francia Raisa shares her awkward dating experiences by of 'The Secret Life of American Teenager' star Francia Raisa. Neither Raisa nor Sparks revealed the real reason behind their split, but Watch Francia Raisa wishes her "Christmas Bounty" co-star, The Miz, good luck before his match.
However, her new, happy life is threatened when an old enemy is released from jail and vows retribution on Tory and her loved ones. Further complicating matters, Tory must work closely with her ex-boyfriend, Mike Mizaninto bring down their target and keep James out of certain danger.
But as Tory becomes further entrenched in her old life, she finds herself torn between whom she once was and her plans for the future. What was it that initially drew you to this role? If you mess up, the entire world is going to see it, and are either going to boo you or cheer you at that moment. Doing a movie is a lot nicer on my body. I just got back from Europe for WWE-we did a European tour for 14 days of constant wrestling, so my body and my mind are tired.
But I do enjoy movies and WWE. I enjoy them both the same. Every time we were done with a shoot, we would all go sit and just talk. This was my first time doing action scenes on camera. I did grow up doing martial arts.
So, I was intimated to work with Mike, because he is a wrestler and has done this for a long time. But he was really welcoming and really encouraging. It was a lot of fun and we were able to pick it up really well. Like Mike said, we all really enjoyed working with each other; we became a family and definitely bonded.
Did either of you spend any time with bounty hunters to learn stunts for the role? So that was the extent of what we did. It happened so fast; I found out on a Sunday and I was a plane by Wednesday. So my research was with the director and my cast. What was your most memorable moment from filming? My most memorable moment is one having to do with Francia.
But there was one day where she was trying to do this savate kick for the movie. If I see someone getting a little aroused I have to keep pushing that button. That made me so mad! That was a pretty memorable moment for me. Another memorable moment for me was that I had my first on-screen kiss. I was really excited about that! What traditions or rituals do you have for the holidays? Other than that, I like to sleep and watch Christmas movies.
Then I fly to my hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. I rent a school bus and I bring about 60 of my high school friends-yes, I said high school. I basically bring them all on the school bus and we just have a blast through the entire city of Cleveland. During Christmas, I always love the Christmas movies.
What should fans expect while tuning in to Christmas Bounty? I think everyone watches their special Christmastime movies. What preparations did you have to take to make it work between the two of your characters? We met on set! As I mentioned earlier, I did martial arts for ten years. I think we both just came in with an open mind.
We both just wanted to just make a great project, we both were really passionate about the script, and there was no reason to not get along. There could be a love triangle. What preparations did you have to take to make it work between the two of your characters? We met on set! As I mentioned earlier, I did martial arts for ten years. I think we both just came in with an open mind.
We both just wanted to just make a great project, we both were really passionate about the script, we both loved the script, and there was no reason to not get along. He was really into learning how to get in deeper with the character and not just have very surface choices. I really wanted to make it look great when it came to fighting, so we worked together to make sure that happened.
Some people would come to set during their off days just to hang out with one another because we were such a close-knit group. Whenever I do a movie I always like to base my character off of a couple different characters.
He made everyone look great and be at their best, and created such an ease on set that you can feel. I think we all had the same goal coming into this project, and I think it really shows on camera and it really created a bond between all of us. No one was trying to be the star, no one was trying to stand out more.
We all really just wanted to work together. We were on location in Vancouver at a house. I loved it out there — We had so much fun! We were at a mall at one point; that was fun. We both live in LA right now, so we had to leave our home. It was raining a lot, but the weather did not disagree with us at all times. There was a day where we needed to shoot outside and we could not afford to have rain, and it did not start raining until we stopped shooting and we were done for the day.
I loved it out there. This is a very fast paced movie and anything weather wise could have really affected the movie, but luckily we got very lucky with a lot of the locations. I never get to see rain anymore. I like thunderstorms; I like a little rain in my life.
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So going up to Vancouver, seeing that rain, seeing the greenery. The people are just absolutely wonderful and so nice. I think Mike had a bigger advantage than me, because he does it all the time. Second, when I grew up doing martial arts I actually hit people, so it was really hard for me not to actually hit some of the stunt guys or the actors. I was at an advantage, because it helped me with the choreography.
It helped me really show that I make it look real. But I was at a disadvantage, too, because I did bruise some people up sometimes.
You did a very good job, Francia! I think people are going to debate whether or not she showed me up on these action scenes or not, because she has some really cool acrobatic scenes in there. I did do all my own stunts! I was fighting to do my own stunts. What was your favorite scene in the whole movie? The fight scenes, the action scenes for sure. Seeing the chaos and having to fight all these guys and really having my dream come true to do action was amazing.
We did a lot of fun stuff in the bar scene! I really enjoyed the emotional roller coaster that my character had to go through.
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You will see in the credits, we do this little dance number and it was just so much fun. Will [Greenburg] and I are not professional dancers. Francia gets her moves from professionals. Although I do enjoy the love and the family aspect of Christmas, and I love eating with my family and friends and reconnecting with them.
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I think we all can sit down and watch Christmas Bounty together and really enjoy that. How did you [Mike] manage to take the MTV brand that you created into your dream career? How much of The Miz did you bring into your [Mike] character in the movie?
I am going to interrupt! When I met Mike he was so welcoming. He treats her like his own daughter. So it was nice seeing the soft side to him. My favorite part was just how different he is compared to me. I definitely turned on a lot of Jersey music stations. I watched The Real Housewives of New Jersey just to see how these women really talk, and it was a lot of fun putting on a little bit of an accent.
I love the heart that Tory has. The minute she felt her family in danger she ran back and wanted to make sure they were okay. What projects are you [Francia] currently working on?