Holliday Grainger shares the one thing she wanted to do but didn’t while filming Disney’s “Finest Hours”

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- In the film "Finest Hours," Disney follows the story of a daring rescue off the coast of Cape Cod in the 50s. One of the stars of the film, Holliday Grainger, sat down to chat about the film with FOX 4's Shawn Edwards and how the crew made the ship come to life.

"They rigged this entire ship in this big shipping warehouse that would actually tilt during shooting," Grainger said. "It was amazing watching the guys running up and down that. It did sort of feel like I want to go."


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