Sienna Miller Likens Her G.I. Joe Experience to Silence of the Lambs
08.10.09 by BJSprecher
Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura's G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra opened nationwide Friday and despite mostly negative critical reviews so far, it's likely that fans of the the cartoon, toys, and comic book that inspired the movie will be thrilled to see their heroes and villains come to life, especially when one of those villains is Sienna Miller clad in skin-tight black leather as The Baronness.
But, according to Miller, the fantasy does not always live up to the reality. She told a London gossip magazine that the suit "will get men," but admitted that the Baronness catsuit wasn't very fun to wear.
The costume was really uncomfortable. I had this Hannibal Lecter-style ironing board I was wheeled around on because I couldn't sit down, so that was quite fun.
It was corseted and I was sweating in the leather but it's worth it when you see the result because it does pull you in where you want to be pulled in.
In the past, Miller has even been critical of her own performance in the movie, saying that it wasn't "the best acting work" she's ever done.