Five Favorite Films with Sienna Miller
Star of G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra talks about shifting genres, theater vs. film, and My Little Ponies.
Before she made the leap to film, American-born British actress Sienna Miller was a successful model and sometime stage thespian. Once she found her footing on the big screen, however, she went on to play roles opposite established and up-and-coming actors such as Daniel Craig, Jude Law, Heath Ledger, James Franco, and Steve Buscemi. While her career has remained decidedly within the realm of smaller, independent cinema, she makes an explosive debut this weekend as the formidable Baroness in Stephen Sommers' blockbuster Summer actioner, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. Speaking to RT from New York where she was wrapping up two weeks of press for the film, Miller briefly gave us her Five Favorite Films and went on to talk about the progression of her career, the differences between acting in theater and on film, and what it was like doing a huge action film after so many arthouse roles.
All About Eve (1950, 100% Tomatometer)
Once Upon a Time in the West (1969, 98% Tomatometer)
My Life as a Dog (1987, 100% Tomatometer)
October (Ten Days That Shook the World) (1927, 86% Tomatometer)
Some Like It Hot (1959, 97% Tomatometer)
Next, Miller talks about her theater experiences and what it was like working on a big budget action film for a change.