Colin Farrell revealed he had skilled “panic assaults whereas filming underwater scenes” for the upcoming motion film 13 Lives.
Chatting with Leisure Tonight, the Whole Recall star shared, “It was scary. I’m not an incredible swimmer anyway, not that we had been swimming, not that we had been treading water, we needed to keep on the floor, however they constructed a very spectacular community of caves.”
Whereas reminiscing concerning the harrowing expertise, the Batman actor revealed that he suffered anxiousness whereas being submerged for the scenes.
“Man, I had panic assaults underwater, that is a brand new expertise. A panic assault underwater is a brand new expertise for me,” famous the 46-year-old.
He continued, “I needed to say to myself, ‘Simply loosen up. Be calm. You’re effective. There’s nothing to fret about. Your tank is nice, you’ve obtained a 60 p.c full tank. Simply gradual your breath down. It’s OK.’”
“They stuffed them stuffed with water, and we’d go down and there was no up,” defined the actor concerning the tank expertise.
The Ron Howard-directed film, which is predicated on the true story of the rescue mission, will probably be obtainable on Amazon Prime on August 5.