“Today I went for my hour swim in the hotel pool before 7am, and the sun was already out and the day was warm. At 9am, I had my wardrobe fitting, which took (yikes) 3 hours, as I have 11 changes. I had brought some of my own clothes at the wardrobe woman’s request, but we didnt use any of it because her clothes were better. It amazes me how someone who has never met me can pick out great clothes (11 changes worth!), better than I can pick them out for myself. I have never been a fashion hound, but golly! even the jeans she found were better than the ones I have! I met more of the crew at the production office (a converted hotel suite), and picked up my pink and blue pages for the script. When changes are made to the final draft – because a script is never final until the movie is wrapped, if even then – each set of changes comes in different page color, and the color sequence is always the same: white, then pink, then blue, then green… I think there are 7 colours, and if you go through all 7, you start the sequence again: pink, blue etc. Tomorrow, because the read-through will bring more changes to light, we will undoubtedly get a set of green pages. The childlike part of me likes to have a rainbow script. It hopefully means the story has improved (although often not)."
Excerpt from Baywatch diaries by Alexandra Paul