Amy undertook several (spoilery) interviews lately, covering Happy Town and the Dollhouse series finale, and we were lucky enough to also receive additional confirmation from Amy herself that she indeed does have a small part in The Cabin in the Woods — it took 3 weeks to film, with most of her scenes being opposite Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford. The extract is posted below; you can read this article in full & the other articles in the Press Library. Happy reading!
Q: You got to work with Joss and Drew Goddard again on The Cabin in the Woods, right?
Amy: Yeah. That was another lucky thing. They hadn’t found someone, and it was just a couple of days before shooting, so they asked me to go do The Cabin in the Woods. Drew is just so awesome, and Joss is one of my best friends. Any opportunity to work with them, I’m like, “I’ll do catering. I don’t care. Just let me hang out with you guys.”
Q: How big of a role did they have for you?
Amy: It’s a smaller role, but I was out there for three weeks of it. All of my stuff is with Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford, so I was just laughing the whole time.
Q: Is there a separate adult story going on, with this kid story in the woods?
Amy: I don’t know what I’m supposed to say about this movie. Maybe. It’s a horror movie.
Q: Is it scary or is it funny too?
Amy: I’m not going to say because I don’t want to get in trouble.
Q: What did you think when you found out it was going to be transferred into 3-D?
Amy: I was super-excited. I got a note. Drew sent out an email to everyone. Having a 5-year-old and a 3-year-old, every movie I’ve seen in the past year has been in 3-D, so I was like, “That would be so awesome, if they made a real movie in 3-D.” That’s the thing that everybody is doing now.