Kate Bosworth jokes that her miniature co-star in her new fantasy movie "The Warrior's Way", a baby girl, was the only "diva" during the filming process.
In the film, which is set for release on Friday, a warrior, portrayed by South Korean actor Jang Dong-gun, refuses orders to kill a child named April, the last member of an enemy clan, and flees with it to a small town in the American badlands.
He fights to protect her with the help of Bosworth's character, a circus knife-thrower, and the town drunk, played by "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor Geoffrey Rush.
"She's in so much of the movie so she absolutely was around us all the time," Bosworth told Fox News, regarding the actress who plays baby April, Analin Rudd. "I'd say she was the only diva on set - she's the only uncontrollable variable where of course if she was hungry or tired, we'd have a lot of dialogue and work around that a little bit. But she's so beautiful and lovely. To see her face, you just melt."
Bosworth, 27, rose to fame with the 2002 surfing film "Blue Crush" and has since starred in films such as "Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! " in 2004 and "Superman Returns" in 2006.