Keira: Give us a bit of detail?! He kissed, I kissed, the sun set, it's all very romantic, we have fabulous clothes, he had a big feather in his hair and it's all good.
Lizo: How long did it take to film that scene? Did you keep on having to do extra takes just to make sure you got it absolutely spot on?
Keira: Obviously we had to get the feel of the kiss completely right so we did it six or seven times, it took several hours, lovely!
Lizo: And they were paying you to make this movie?
Keira: Yeah, they were paying me to kiss Orlando Bloom and get stuck on an island with Johnny Depp, somebody has to do it!
Lizo: Since we last saw you in Bend It Like Beckham, suddenly you're the female lead in this huge Hollywood blockbuster, what's that like?
Keira: It's very good, you know going from a movie like Bend It Like Beckham which was, I mean, no budget. Let alone low budget to a big monster of a movie like this! You can't really get much bigger than a Jerry Bruckheimer blockbuster, so it's very exciting.
Lizo: In this kind of movie you often get the female lead not having that much to do - they get kidnapped, rescued, kidnapped again and rescued. But that wasn't quite like that for you, was it?
Keira: Oh absolutely no! Elizabeth Swan, the character I play in Pirates of the Caribbean, definitely gives as good as she gets. She's a 21st century girl stuck in an 18th century world, and she kicks back, which was great.
Lizo: What were you like when you were at school dreaming of being an actress?