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The scene was shot using extensive CGI, and this was during a period in which David Fincher was not only exploring the use of 'impossible shots', but pioneering new techniques... The ...


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I eventually found out that it was done using an ordinary black powder exposion in slightly slow motion.


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Certainly some of it has to do with the fact that Hollywood productions take the time and money to use better lighting and compositing software, but much of it also has to do with the actual screen you're using. Most small productions buy cheap chinese green screens for $50 off ebay and wonder why their composites end up looking bad. The professional film ...


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According to this article, In order to get the authentic look of POWs, Angelina put stars Jack O'Connell, Garrett Hedlund and Finn Wittrock on strict 700-calorie diets. While the dietary challenge presented obstacles, Angelina expressed her gratitude in a way that made it all worth it. "The funny thing is we'd all be on set and everybody's ...


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Depending on needs, generally they are made from acrylic, glass, Latex or silicone. Acrylic and glass can give the glossy look to the prop eye, but latex and silicone can give it a spongy texture. Of the Swedish film Thriller, lead actress Christina Lindberg said in an interview Director Bo Arne Vibenius used an actual human cadaver for the eye "surgery" ...


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It's usually a combination of liquid latex, fake blood and some other materials. Special Effects guru Tom Savini once used real pig intestines, but apparently the stench was so offensive he had to re-think his strategy. I've seen this description on a few sites: Lay out multiple layers of liquid latex on a flat surface, like a glass or marble ...



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