November (2004) - News Poster

(I) (2004)


Cox Gets Back to Basics

Courteney Cox proved her true mettle while working on forthcoming thriller November, because director Gregory Harrison had no budget to lavish her with the usual movie star perks. The film had a paltry $150,000 allowance and just 15 days to shoot but Cox, who earned $1 million per episode in hit series Friends, embraced the experience which she hopes will help audiences appreciate her acting skills outside the sitcom. The star had no qualms about shooting dangerous scenes without a stunt double or taking her breaks with the crew even though she usually relaxes in a swanky trailer. She tells the New York Daily News, "I enjoy perks at home, so I don't Mind falling over or getting dirty at work. I wanted to make November because it's fascinating, confusing, ambiguous, eerie and makes you think." Harrison adds, "Courteney had to eat with the crew, lie on dirty floors and shoot four emotionally traumatic scenes in 12 hours. But she was so ready to be involved."

See also

Showtimes | External Sites

Recently Viewed