The cast re­veals in­sider info. Plus, we com­pare their char­ac­ters to the ones from the orig­i­nal car­toon!

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1 The first day of film­ing was on the Bueno Na­cho restau­rant set.

2 I did Taek­wondo train­ing for over a month to pre­pare for my stunts.

3 There’s a scene in the film where I save a baby, but I ac­tu­ally saved a cat, too! That part ended up get­ting cut, but it was fun work­ing with a cat.

4 There’s a pen­dant in my cos­tume that lights up, pro­ject­ing a holo­gram. This is how our char­ac­ters talk to Wade. 5 We had stunt dou­bles that looked like me. It con­fused my mom! 6 While stay­ing in Van­cou­ver for the movie, Sean, Ciara and I went to six or seven Es­cape Rooms! 7 We would make ugly faces into the

8 I ac­tu­ally orig­i­nally au­di­tioned for the role of Kim! I got four call­backs for Kim be­fore I of­fi­cially booked Athena.

9 My fa­vorite day of film­ing was our night shoot at the Van­cou­ver Aquar­ium. We even got a spe­cial tour of the place!

10 I took over 75 Po­laroid pic­tures of week­end ac­tiv­i­ties, stunt train­ing and on set dur­ing film­ing.

11 We filmed at the same time as De­scen­dants 3, so we would see the cast all around the ho­tel. It was fun!

12 On set, Sadie and I had a go-to duet of “Call Me, Beep Me!”

13 Once, Sean, Sadie and I watched the sun­rise, then went out to break­fast in match­ing Canada one­sies af­ter a late shoot.

14 For stunt train­ing, I bought a long rod­like Swif­fer duster to prac­tice at home.

15 They dyed my hair slightly blonde to get me to look like Ron, but de­cided to stray from the char­ac­ter and keep my nat­u­ral curls.

16 At the aquar­ium, we got to hang with this spe­cial dol­phin, He­len, who had lost one fin. Sadie proved to be a dol­phin whis­perer!

17 We used cliff set wall pieces bor­rowed from the T.V. show A Se­ries of Un­for­tu­nate Events.

18 Ciara and her dad are aces at pickle ball! They taught the cast how to play on week­ends.

19 Af­ter ev­ery scene with Ru­fus, the naked mole rat, the cam­era would film a mem­ber of the vis­ual ef­fects team hold­ing a ball that was one side shiny and one side matte to help them know how he would look in each light­ing sit­u­a­tion.

20 I’m ex­cited I got to record an awe­some re­vamped ver­sion of the ‘Ru­fus Naked­mole Rap” with Sean.

21 The set de­signs were re­ally de­tailed! If you look be­hind my head in some shots, you’ll see a “sus­pi­cious ac­tiv­ity sweep” hap­pen­ing.

22 The cup on Wade’s desk is his sig­na­ture. I imag­ined it was filled with some Iq­boost­ing drink, but it was re­ally just wa­ter.

23 I got to meet Christy Carlson Ro­mano, the orig­i­nal voice of Kim Pos­si­ble, on set.

24 I would say one of the coolest things about work­ing on this movie was the re­la­tion­ships the cast built.

25 My fa­vorite day of film­ing was day one when I first got to see the awe­some sets.

Check out the vil­lains: Dr. Drakken (Todd Stash­wick) and Shego (Tay­lor Ortega). Here’s Dr. Ann Pos­si­ble (Alyson Han­ni­gan) Pos­si­ble and (Con­nie Ray).

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