Yesterday I had to wake up at 5:15 in the morning and get all beautiful for our long day of filming. We are working on Cathy’s film titled “Baker” about some seriously cool female bad-asses living in the middle of nowhere. Cathy, our wonderful director, picked me up and we stopped to get Starbucks on the way. Rosamond, CA is about 2 hours away from Huntington Beach and it was definitely a looong drive.
We started filming on location at this 1920s gold mining operation that is now just used for film sets. It was a cool 108 degrees all day. We were sweltering!
But we still managed to look awesome action star sexy.
After the bad-ass fight scene we drove a few miles farther into the middle of nowhere to a funky lookin’ sports bar called Coach’s. The food was deeeelicious and we tasted the best water and soda we ever had.
Once we were all in a food coma from triple-decker grilled cheese sandwiches, fries, chicken strips, and burgers, we returned to set and filmed another couple of scenes. Cathy is the nicest director ever and we had such a fun time.
Of course, we had to utilize our amazing location and snap a couple shots of the cool film props he has. This is an old Pepsi vending machine with another one in the corner that reads: “Be sociable. Drink a Pepsi.” I love that.
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