Hurd-Wood was spared the stunt work but playing Wendy was something she could identify with.“I found I could identify with Wendy quite easily because she’s very similar to me.
I studied the illustrations on how Peter Pan stands and the way he acts and stuff.” And for the flying and stunt work involved. Being dangled by the wires is amazing but yeah, it was hard work.
I had to be in that stuff and fly like a perfect flyer.
You’re looking at the Best Actress right here.” And this was an instance when he was teasing her. “I’m a bit nervous about it,” said Hurd-Wood, who wants to be a marine biologist when she grows up. “Me and Rachel want to do Romeo and Juliet together,” Sumpter suggested and Hurd-Wood quickly denied it: “I don’t want to do it, do I.” “Yeah, you do,” said Sumpter and asked members of the press, “Wouldn’t it be good if me and Rachel did Romeo and Juliet together?
“I don’t know if I want to (read reviews of Peter Pan). I’d hate to see a bad review but I guess there’s going to be bad reviews. But I just don’t really want to read them,” professed Hurd-Wood. They’re going to be Rachel’s kids,” Sumpter said, and puts his arm around Hurd-Wood. ” Said Hurd-Wood: “It’s already been done, hasn’t it?
I had one for water, one to get dirty in, one to go out and play in during basketball time, one for filming, one for a close-up shots, one for the dancing scenes, I had one for everything,” Sumpter said.