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By David Robb. On Monday , dark makeup was applied to the face of a white stunt woman in a hair and makeup test in advance of two days of filming next week in New York. In fact, they really do hire them. In , SAG got the industry to agree to add some tepid affirmative action language to its contract covering women and minority stunt performers.
Meet the Badass Women Who Stunt Double for Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Lawrence
In her audition for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in theaters Friday stunt actress Janene Carleton had to prove that she could ride a horse — something she'd been doing competitively since childhood — but in an "ape-like" position. Oh, just that? She was eventually hired to double mostly for Nick Thurston's character, Blue Eyes — but there's a chance she'll be seen playing the lead ape, Caesar Andy Serkis , too. They discussed making me Caesar for that particular shot, but I'm not sure what they did in the end.
Being a Hollywood stunt person might seem like a great chance to rub elbows with A-listers and perform some gnarly on-camera maneuvers for money. But there's a reason those A-listers use stunt doubles in the first place—specifically the fact that the stuff they do to entertain us is incredibly risky even under the relatively safe environs of a major movie set. Doing stunt work means you get to contribute to millions of filmgoers' fondest viewing memories; the downside of the job, however, is that it can be very dangerous for even the most skilled and cautious of the craft. No matter how much training you have or how many safeguards a production might have in place to try and minimize the risk, there's always a chance that something will go horribly—and irrevocably—awry.