Arks ac­tor’s pas­sion

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he come­dies Daddy’s ddy’s Home 2. se With a Clock in dap­ta­tion of a 1973 tery book by John

plays Lewis Bar­navelt. or­phan sent to live ri­ous and ec­cen­tric n (Jack Black) in what unted house. Lewis ers that Jonathan and and neigh­bour, Mrs Cate Blanchett), are

ock and witch, and hing se­ri­ously creepy wis’ new house. sug­gests, there’s a n the house’s walls, usly count­ing down to rec­tor Eli Roth is fa­mous ac­tion movies aimed Owen says The House n Its Walls is a “starter” for tweens and older. y film about magic d fight­ing evil with the ve,” Owen said. “As Eli

you want your kids to ovies, this is how you


Un­like Roth, Black is a vet­eran of kid-friendly movies, and Owen was al­ready a big fan of his adult costars. “I love Jack in School of Rock, Goose­bumps, the Kung Fu Panda movies and more.” And I love Cate in the live-ac­tion Cin­derella.”

Work­ing with Black and Blanchett, who are both par­ents, “was amaz­ing”, Owen said. He even got to know their fam­i­lies. “It was 10 out of 10. I love them. Cate brought her kids to set. One of them, Iggy, and I would play the game Clue in her trailer,” he said.

“And as for Jack, I went to Six

Flags (amuse­ment park) with his kids, and it was a ton of fun.”

An­other high­light of his time on the movie set: pulling a farewell prank on Black.

“There are a cou­ple of scenes with an­i­mals in them, so we asked the an­i­mal train­ers if we could put a goat in his trailer,” Owen said.

“On Jack’s last day of shoot­ing, we tricked him into go­ing into his trailer one last time, and there was the goat stand­ing on the PS4 in his trailer. It was so funny.” – Wash­ing­ton Post

ck and Cate Blanchett called ‘The House With a Clock in ItsWalls’, a film tock­ing heart. PIC­TURE: UNI­VER­SALPIC­TURES

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