Teegarden spoke about her involvement in 'Rings'.
Upon the release of horror threequel Rings in cinemas, the third instalment in the Western re-makes of The Ring, one of its stars, Aimee Teegarden, has spoken about what her scariest experience of making the film was.
“I think the scariest thing I’ve witnessed is my dummy. They made a full, life-size cast dummy of myself and it was REALLY creepy,” the 27 year old star recalled. “Its creator Arjen [Tuiten, special makeup effects designer] is so amazing, and so wonderfully detailed with everything.”
Rings follows more than a decade on from The Ring, which was a re-make of the cult Japanese favourite Ring, starring Naomi Watts and released in 2002. Teegarden, who was not even a teenager at that time, remembered her and her friends’ reaction to it when it was released.
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