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The Capital Late Show With Marvin Humes 10pm - 1am
18 May 2012, 15:15
The 'Talk That Talk' singer admits her role in Battleship was a new challenge despite experience on screen in promos.
Rihanna has confessed that she found acting in her first ever movie role in the blockbuster film Battleship a "different world" to starring in her music videos.
The 'We Found Love' star told MTV News that although she has experience of being on screen making "mini-movies" in promos, she had to overcome new challenges in the filming of the movie.
"For me, acting was a whole different world," she revealed. "We make mini-movies with music videos, but there's always a song track that's playing, you don't have to speak, so [with acting] you have to tell that emotion with the tone of your voice, and I have an accent, so I had to change it to a bit of an American accent for this movie, so that was different."
The 'Where Have You Been' singer also admitted that she will not become complement now she has one feature film to her name.
"It will always be brand-new, because it's a whole different project every time, it's a whole new person," she said. "There's nothing you can have under your belt with acting, not in my opinion, because I'm not a natural."
The Bajan star has already professed a desire to continue in the acting world and told Capital that a comedy flick alongside Seth Rogen would be something of great interest to her.