“[CGI filming] is exhausting and probably the least fun part of my job,” Amanda told Access Hollywood. “I say that because our imaginations are all we have in times like those, but I had to have this certain level of fear that is hard to get when you’re not terrified. I had to trick my body into being scared and that was just exhausting."
“I hyperventilated, I jumped up and down, and was crying, and it’s just really tiring, and I’m looking at a piece of wood. I wasn’t getting anything. It was all in my head. We did have a Styrofoam wolf called ‘Stuffy’ that was life-sized - he didn’t really help that much!”