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Jacob Elordi Interview - Why He Hated Working Out for 'Kissing Booth'


Jacob Elordi
Kissing Booth
Noah Flynn
Mark Ruffalo
Jean-Paul Sartre


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“I was so terribly nervous that I wouldn’t be what the script wanted me to be.”While shooting the first Kissing Booth in South Africa, Elordi developed an intense fitness regimen that required him to be in the gym seven days a week, twice a day. Instead of solely doing body weights, he now incorporates 45-60 minutes of yoga and pilates a day, which he’s not only obsessed with (“I actually love it”), but has also uses as a tool to stay centered and grounded in the midst of all the tumult in the world.“[The Kissing Booth] was all about sculpting and making sure I had this figure that I thought the character needed,” he says of his evolution. “I just hope that it can get better first, and as a result I can go back to work.”Until then, he’s excited to hear what fans say about The Kissing Booth 2 and their reactions.“I hope, with everything going on in the world, that the movie can give them some sort of reprieve for two hours.

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