Every time Chloe was on the set, she made a deal with her fellow co-stars and crew for the
film. The deal was as simple as to not use foul language on the sets.
The story of a 9 year old spy will be release in India on 16 th October 2020. Ever mindful that a youngster, Chloe Coleman was frequently on set, cast and crew endeavored mightily to avoid using “colorful” language. To aid their efforts, and maybe make a little extra cash on the side, Chloe set up a swear jar, to which each member of the My Spy production team had to contribute each time they’d inadvertently utter an expletive.
Some knew the task would be impossible and planned accordingly. Prior to becoming an
actor, Dave Bautista spent years in the rough-and-tumble world of professional wrestling,
where, he says, “bad language is a fact of life.” He knew abiding by this edict would be the
greatest, if not most hopeless, challenge of his career, so he surrendered at its onset. “This
was a mission impossible for me, so I just gave Chloe 50 dollars – paid in advance,” he says with a smile.
To make sure the others kept to the agreement, or paid the price for non-compliance,
Chloe, like her onscreen character, went into super-stealth mode, spying on her cast mates
and the crew. “Everybody had to be on their toes because Chloe was always lurking in the
shadows, just waiting for you to say a bad word,” remembers Bautista.