Juno Temple felt "bad-ass" as part of The Dark Knight Rises cast.
The actress plays Holly Robinson, Catwoman's sidekick, in the hugely successful Batman movie, which also stars Anne Hathaway, Christian Bale and Tom Hardy.
Juno was in awe of the cast and director Christopher Nolan.
"First of all, I'm very lucky to have been a part of that movie. To be a part of one of the coolest and most appreciated franchises of all time, and be in the last instalment, is bad-ass," she exclaimed to Collider.
"It was fascinating watching [Nolan] work because I can't imagine what it would be to crawl into his brain and look out of his eyes. When you're looking at him, that's what you're thinking about. You're like, 'How are you looking at that wall, and what are you going to do to it?' I was fascinated by it. But, he's such a gentleman. He was so kind to me."
Juno was overwhelmed by the scale of the film when she first arrived on set.
The 23-year-old star was initially struck with anxiety before shooting started.
"I had a great experience making that movie. It was nerve-wracking. I was nervous when I first got there. I was like, 'What the f**k?! Oh, my god!'
"But then, it was just like making any other movie. You get over that and you're like, 'This is the biggest set I've ever been on. I'm going to get lost. Hey, let's be friends!'" she quipped.
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