Holly November 7, 2021 Site

After a whole long time with the previous themes, we felt it was time to change and using Carla’s newest shots we decided to go for something bold and eccentric.
Both themes – main site and photo gallery – have been designed by Never Enough Design

Claudia October 9, 2021 Events, Gallery

Beautiful Carla Gugino is in Cannes and attended the opening ceremony of the 4th Canneseries Festival. Enjoy the HQ photos.

Gallery Link:
– Events And Appearances > 2021 > October 8: 4th Canneseries Festival – Opening Ceremony

Claudia September 26, 2021 Events, Gallery

We added a few HQ photos of Carla Gugino at the “Global Citizen Live, New York” event from yesterday. Take a look in the gallery and enjoy them!

Claudia September 15, 2021 Events, Gallery

Carla Gugino attended the special screening of “Dear Evan Hansen” which took place yesterday in New York. Enjoy the 3 HQ photos we added to the site.

Gallery Link:
– Events And Appearances > 2021 > September 14: Special Screening Of Dear Evan Hansen

Claudia August 28, 2021 Gunpowder Milkshake, Interviews, News, Projects, Videos

Carla Gugino catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about her new Netflix film, Gunpowder Milkshake. We hear all about making a visually fantastic film, incorporating famous authors into the story, and having Janis Joplin’s version of Piece of My Heart soundtracking one of her fight scenes. The Haunting of Hill House actress goes on to tell us about the music that influenced her early years, which includes The Cure, Oingo Boingo, Liz Phair, and her recent favorites like Lana Del Rey and Courtney Barnett. Gugino also discusses the brilliance of David Bowie, the new Sparks documentary, and her friendship with Jenny Lewis, who she starred with in 1989’s Troop Beverly Hills.

Listen to the audio interview on wfpk.org and watch the video below:

If you’re a fan of Netflix then you probably know Carla Gugino from such shows as The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor. She killed it then, making these unique characters her own, and she’s now killed it in her all new movie Gunpowder Milkshake, starring herself, Karen Gillan, Lena Headey, Angela Bassett, Michelle Yeoh, and so many other talent actors.

We got a chance to speak with Carla Gugino about her time on Gunpowder Milkshake, how it was working with so many talented women, and what she hopes people take away from this action packed movie. We also got an opportunity to talk to her about that epic battle with the tomahawk and what Michelle Yeoh’s character said to her right before it. So, dive in, enjoy, and let us know what you thought of her character!

Fangirlish: How was it working with so many talented and badass women in Gunpowder Milkshake?

Carla Gugino: You know, it was extraordinary experience. It was…what’s so cool is that when you have that many women together in one space, who’ve been doing this as long as we’ve all been doing this, and who love what they do, it was immediately easeful. We were immediately all on the same page. It was…there was sort of no egos involved. There was a lot of fun to be had. And yet the work was taken seriously.

Male or female aside, you just never know if work ethics will be in line or if the way that people like to be on set, any of those things. We’re all such individuals and who knows. But this was immediately really easeful and playful and exciting. Also, we came into it while being big appreciators of each other’s work. And none of us had actually worked together before.

So, it’s rare for me having been acting the majority of my life, to come to a set where I haven’t actually filmed with any of these people. And yet, we felt like we had know each other. Plus, I’ve been fans of their work for a long time. So it was really easeful.

Fangirlish: Your character had a battle with a tomahawk and it looked amazing. How much training did you have to do? Did you do your own stunts?

Carla Gugino: I would say that I ended up doing about 95% of that. We might not even have had to…I had a wonderful stunt person by the way. But we might not have had to use any of it. Or if it was, it was one shot. But mostly I did it. And that was also thanks to Laurent Demianoff and Sébastien Peres who were our stunt coordinators and were phenomenal, who also did Lucy amongst a bunch of other movies.