With the impromptu sound buffers in place, Robertson jumps back up to where fellow actors
Robertson won't be in the towering shoes for long. Just a few seconds after finishing the shot -- though not the scene, which will be reset and shot from different angles -- she heads to her cast chair and quickly sheds the heels for something a bit more comfy: a pair of fluffy slippers.
And because there is no quick fix for hours in high heels, this won't be the last time she beelines for the slippers.
Robertson, 24, is on the
Following the trademark of Sparks' romance-driven films, love is in the air for Robertson's leading lady,
During a break from filming, Robertson, once again nestling into her comfy footwear, said she was very attracted to the idea of making her mark on the lucrative Sparks film series, but was initially nervous about the weight of the movie resting solely on the shoulders of
"There is less pressure when there are multiple story lines, multiple relationships," Robertson said. "It is not just the love story between Scott and I's characters."
The dual romance also follows
"It is also very much a love story between myself and Alan, and also his love story with his younger self and Ruth," Robertson said.
Featuring flashbacks to several decades beginning with the 1940s, the film traces Ira and Ruth's story while paralleling the present-day romance between Luke and
"It is a really well-rounded story," she said.
Shooting a film in the heat of a
Fans of the show will know that, in the Stephen
Robertson was first informed of her fate on the show by costar
"Natalie called me and left a voice mail and said, 'Britt, I haven't seen you in a while. I hear we're dying. Let's grab a drink,'" Robertson said, laughing.
Even though she was literally given the axe on "Under the Dome," Robertson holds no hard feelings about being let go from the show. In fact, when she learned it would be at the hand of
"I'm not gonna lie, it was pretty cool. When I heard that he was writing the first episode, I was so excited to hear his spin on what's going on," Robertson said. "Then when I heard I was going to die, I was like, 'If there is any way to go out, it would be (being) killed off by Stephen
Robertson shot her scenes for the premiere in early March -- including one scene that featured a cameo from
Following that role, Robertson said it was complete coincidence that her next gig brought her back to the
"At one point in time it could have been
At the start of production on "The Longest Ride," which filmed a few scenes on the
One person, in particular, that Robertson looked forward to reuniting with was former costar
But with "Under the Dome's" second season now wrapped, Robertson, who wouldn't reveal if she pops up in any episodes later in the season, is fully committed to "The Longest Ride" and making the most of her new role in Sparks' cinematic universe.
"It's cool to be a part of the Nicholas Sparks genre in some way," Robertson says.
"The Longest Ride" wrapped production in
The film, directed by
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