Watch Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon Steal a Car in ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ | Anatomy of a Scene

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hi I’m Susanna Fogel and I am the director and co-writer of The Spy Who dumped me by Caper they found themselves in and here they go they see it how does car was rigged on a push-pull system and they jump in cars in neutral it’s it’s got these intense heavy cables rigged up to it so we could try to make it to a slowly as possible for Comic effect which is harder than you think play hard was having a go slow enough that people could walk alongside it and yet with enough impact that could knock over this magazine rack which we found its really couldn’t so we had to attach a separate cable to that rack and have the sort of opposing push pole please elaborate system all of which one is the making of this extremely short low octane scene
One funny moment featured in the trailer for the action comedy “The Spy Who Dumped Me,” has Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon, playing friends surprised to find themselves in the middle of a spy caper, escaping a harrowing situation and searching for a getaway car.

Read the New York Times review of the movie: https://nyti.ms/2O70sd5

The two commandeer a vehicle but realize neither of them can drive a stick shift and the car moves sloooowly down the street.

That would seem a cinch to shoot right? Just put a car in neutral and go? Turns out it was a lot more complicated than that. Here, the director Susanna Fogel discusses what it took to pull it off (cables, rigs and more that were digitally removed in post-production).

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