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Jameela Jamil missed train after ‘pathetic’ run

OHMYGOSSIP — Jameela Jamil and her boyfriend once missed a train because he was laughing so hard at her “pathetic” attempts at running.
The 36-year-old actress stars as Titania in upcoming Disney+ series ‘She-Hulk: Attorney At Law’ but admitted she had previously avoided auditioning for Marvel projects because she felt so self-conscious about the way she moves at speed, so it took the intervention of lead director Kat Coiro to “convince” her to try-out.
She said: “Originally, I avoided Marvel auditions because I look quite pathetic when I run.
“A boyfriend of mine and I once missed a Eurostar because he’d stopped to laugh so much at my run. And so it made me feel very self-conscious.
“Kat called me directly to try to convince me because I had missed both rounds of the auditions for any part and I’d just hidden like a coward.
However, Jameela admitted Kat “lied” to her and told her she wouldn’t have to get involved in anything physical.
She added to Total Film magazine: “She totally lied about the role – there’ll be no action.”
But with a series of the show under her belt, Jameela thinks her run is now slightly “less embarrassing” and she’s now in better shape than ever.
She said: “My run is vaguely less embarrassing [now].
“I had to learn jiu-jitsu and martial arts. And I had to learn how to also do that sometimes in the air, which was really fun. I got to learn how to use a harness.
“I am honestly the world’s most epic couch potato. Such a Brit. Built like a flump!
“But it was insane. I became very strong and muscular for a while.”
The ‘Good Place’ actress previously claimed she pulled out of a “giant action movie” because she didn’t want to run.
She said: “I want to do the things I’ve never seen South Asians do. But I don’t want to be a superhero, because I hate running. I pulled out of a giant action movie last year because I didn’t want to run.
“I have no business being in an action role–I know my limits. There’s another Asian out there I’m making space for, and she can come in and do that. She can run.

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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