Interview with Belgian Malinois Lulu from Channing Tatum’s DOG movie

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OK, well that’s her name in DOG, the movie where she stars with Channing Tatum, who also co-directs together with Reid Carolyn. It’s a road buddy film that likewise handles the injury war triggers on our soldiers– both people and dogs.

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“556”srcset=” https://s36700.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/MoviePosterDogTheMovie.jpg.optimal.jpg 600w, https://s36700.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/MoviePosterDogTheMovie-405×600.jpg.optimal.jpg 405w”sizes =”(max-width: 376px)100vw, 376px “/ > The film DOG, starring Belgian Malinois Britta– and, oh yes, Channing Tatum– is in theaters starting February 16th. 2 former Army Rangers take a trip to a fellow soldier’s funeral– Briggs, played by Channing Tatum– and Lulu played by several dogs with the primary one being Britta, who Dogster got to interview (see listed below). They jump in a 1984 Ford Bronco for a journey down the Pacific Coast filled with as many twists and turns as the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH). The DOG movie comes out Friday, February 18th, and you can check it out in movie theaters (see here) Want to see it at home? We don’t have a digital/streaming release date yet but the DOG movie is an MGM/United Artists release, so stay tuned to its site.

Naturally, we pet dog enthusiasts want to know more about the pet dog playing Lulu. We got to talk with 3-year-old Belgian Malinois dog actor Britta about her role in the DOG film. Britta is represented by Andrew Simpson, who operates Instinct, animals for movie, based in Canada.

DOGSTER: First off, where are you from and how did you get that charming name of Britta?

Britta: I was born in Europe and I got my name from somebody selecting my name out of a hat!

DOGSTER: How did you pick serving as a career?

Britta: Obviously, I was picked to be an actress … … just take a look at me. However seriously, I was selected because Andrew, my agent, saw a good deal of capacity in me. He said I was reasonable, calm but feisty, very confident and that I had a fantastic on-camera existence.

DOGSTER: Tell us a little about yourself. What are a few of your favorite things?

Britta: My preferred things are: chasing after a Frisbee, riding in the truck, running with the horses on the farm, sleeping in front of the fire and did I mention Frisbee?

DOGSTER: Here at Dogster magazine, we often talk about our pets’ very powers. What are yours?

Britta: My superpowers … … hmm … I am an extremely quick runner, I can hear someone opening a dog treat box miles away, and I can smell a steak cooking from four blocks away.

DOGSTER: Obviously you have some amazing training to accomplish whatever you have actually done. Can you share a few of your training secrets?

Britta: My training regime is included into my normal day. I awaken at 6 a.m., stroll the home and have a bathroom break, have a little breakfast, play some ball or Frisbee to deal with my cardio, rest for a bit, do some training to keep myself prepared for “film stunt” work, rest once again and wait on dinner.

DOGSTER: Like all movie stars (and frankly Belgian Malinois), you are extremely appealing. Any grooming ideas you ‘d like to tell us?

Britta: I don’t have a huge grooming regimen. Essentially, I present of bed and I look this excellent every day. In some cases I require a bath if I roll in something unpleasant, and I get my nails done, but that is it.

Channing Tatum stars as Briggs in DOG, A Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures movie. Photo credit: Hilary Bronwyn Gayle © 2021 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. All Rights Reserved

DOGSTER: Now that the shooting for DOG the movie is done, any mean what films you’ll be doing next?

Britta: DOG was my extremely first motion picture! I have done a follow up movie however regrettably, I needed to sign an NDA … No Dogs Allowed I think they meant? So, I can’t talk about it yet, however I am very proud of the role I had. I make sure once it comes out you will want to interview me once again.

DOGSTER: Of course, we would, you are obviously a VIP (Very Important Pup). Anything you can tell us about your time filming the motion picture DOG? About the function itself?

Britta: On the set of DOG, often I would fart, not loud but I did fart. Humiliating but true. And, if I am sincere, I ought to discuss I had two stunt doubles to assist make the film DOG. Lana and Zuza are their names. I truthfully didn’t believe I needed stunt doubles, however you understand how representatives are. Anyway, all of us got along and interacted to make the film the very best it might be.

DOGSTER: Thank you for woofing it up with us today Britta. We can’t wait to see you– oh, and your co-star Channing Tatum too, however mainly you– in the motion picture DOG. Now that we are such huge fans, how do we follow you?

Britta: If you wish to follow me, you can take a look at the movie on Instagram @dogthefilm, my agent has cool pictures on @instinctwolves, and of course my on-screen co-star Channing Tatum @channingtatum.

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