Cast conversation: Nina Kremer as Piper

The role of ten-year old Piper will be played by (ironically enough) ten-year old Nina Kremer:

Even though she’s relatively new to film acting, Nina is a theater work veteran.  I typed with her on the ol’ computer box as she took a break from doing whatever it is that ten-year olds do:

Brendan:  Are you a really fast typer like I am?

Nina:  Not at all.

Brendan:  Want to have a typing race?

Nina:  Sure.

Brendan:  Ok, so we each type the first sentence of the Constitution and whoever gets it first gets a dollar.  Ready?  Go!  “We the people of the United States in order to form a more perfect union…” that’s all I know.

Nina:  We the people… you win

Brendan:  You owe me a dollar.

Nina:  I don’t have a dollar.

Brendan:  Betting with kids is the worst. So what do you like about acting?

Nina:  That you get to step out of your own life a step into another person’s life.  My mom says it keeps me off the streets.

Brendan:  Is your life that terrible that you want to step out of it?  You seem like you’ve got a pretty good life going.

Nina:  No, but it is fun to see what it is like to be another person.  I like my life.

Brendan:  That’s good. So you’re in what grade now? (I know nothing about kids.)

Nina:  4th grade.

Brendan:  Have you told the other kids you’re going to be in a movie?

Nina:  I have fun reminding them.  They think it’s cool.

Brendan:  Anyone jealous of you?

Nina:  Oh definitely.

Brendan:  Nice. What are you most looking forward to about making the movie?

Nina:  Seeing what it’s like to work with people taller than children for a change.

Brendan:  Yes, Grayson‘s very tall.

Nina:  And not a child!

Brendan:  Technically not, I guess.

Nina:  Which character do you most identify with?

Brendan:  Ooooo… good question. I think I actually relate the most to Tracy, who is your mom. How about you – which one do you relate to the most?

Nina:  Piper, I guess.

Brendan:  It’s ok. You already got the part. Did your agent tell you to say that?

Nina:  No, my mom did.

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