However, Sammi suggested they didn’t have any issues with this, noting the teens had appeared in their dad’s movies before—including Grown Ups and Murder Mystery—and were used to being on set.
“But one thing that just sticks out—they work harder than most adults I know,” they added. “They love acting and filmmaking in general. They take such an interest in how the movie is made, and they’re both so talented.”
“I think Sunny feels like this really real kid,” Sammi continued. “She’s got this incredible free-spirited nature and a natural silliness that elicits moments of charming vulnerability. She’s lovable and relatable and the kind of person you root for. Sadie, too—all I had to do with Sadie is empower her to lean into what she does best. She’s got this natural ability to be just effortlessly funny with that dry humor in her grounded delivery.”