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As was said already you can see the mount clearly. Sometimes all it takes is watching the scene a few times and you see the obvious. I recently worked on the planet of Apes 3 set which is a very high budget film and was amazed at the amount of cheap tricks and lack of special effects used because most viewers just don't pay enough attention. For example half ...


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Source Independent UK : Interview of Neel Sethi (Mowgli) : Sethi(Mowgli) tells an anecdote from filming his favourite scene, when Mowgli is sat on Baloo’s chest, swimming down a river and singing the “Bare Necessities”. “It is a real scene," he says. "There’s a lump of Styrofoam with a piece of carpet on top. It kinda looks like Baloo, which ...


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All the locations in the movie are CGI. Favreau mentions this while answering questions on twitter. @MonkeyBoy1138 How many of the locations were real, and how many are cgi? They’re looking pretty authentic. Jon Favreau: None are real. All are CGI. The whole movie was shot in downtown LA. … Mowgli floating down the river on Baloo’s belly singing ...


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This link seems to say that it's CGI Today, Christian Bale wouldn't need to drop a deadly 63 pounds for The Machinist. Digital retouching can take the physical element out of preparing for a role. For example, Jack O'Connell was saved from having to lose all the weight necessary to play a Nazi concentration camp prisoner in the Angelina Jolie-directed ...


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Here's a YouTube video which shows behind the scene footage. It doesn't go so far as to show the entering of the building through the window. However, it does show at the start of the clip that Tom exits the building through a removed window. I think it's pretty safe to assume it was set up that way for that final part of the scene.


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Look at the gun. Look at how: It is spinning while staying at the exact same place of the table. Even in the third spin, when Walter doesn't even look at it, it does not skip, it does not slide sideways even a bit. It is spinning around a point somewhere behind the drum. A point at which the gun shouldn't even be touching the table, let alone it being the ...



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