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Faking a finger being cut off is pretty easy. First, they can just use a rubber hand for the closeup with the actual cutting. If the actor is wearing something with sleeves, their real hand is up the sleeve holding the rubber hand. If the script needs the rest of the fingers to be moving around, you can make a glove with something fingerlike and some fake ...


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Robocop 8+ hours every day for a month, ~230 hours. "It was so intense, that experience, of putting on that suit—particularly doing the face, which took six and a half hours," Weller said. "Stephan Dupuis and the Robo team, Rob Bottin designed this genius applicator ... it took six and a half hours to do that prosthetic, and then another hour and a half to ...


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TL;DR According to Guinness, the record is 20 hours for the temporary tattoos on Rod Steiger's entire body in the film The Illustrated Man, but there are many honorable mentions that came close. Full Answer In the 1969 movie The Illustrated Man, Rod Steiger plays a man whose entire body is covered in tattoos, each telling a story. The many intricate ...


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Rebecca Romijn as Mystique - Nine Hours (X-Men Movies) In an interview with Fox News Rebecca Romijn says: "Not that Jennifer Lawrence didn't do a great job, she's phenomenal. I love sharing that role with that girl. She's as cool as they come. But I do think nine hours of makeup makes you the villain you need to be to be Mystique," Romijn said.


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My first intuition was to check Boris Karloff's Frankenstein, which I recall being a marathon makeup sessions. It turns out that was only a quick 4 hours compared to Scofield's 5 hours. However, another Jack Pierce client, Lon Chaney, Jr, is reported to have endured 8 hour makeup sessions for the three Mummy movies. Funny, I can do a toilet-paper mummy ...


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TLDR: From Iron Man 3 onwards, at least, Illustrator, Cinema 4D and After Effects were used. Long Answer: I can't find too much information about Iron Man 1 or 2, but in Iron Man 3 and beyond what you are referring to is the Heads Up Display, created by 3D designer Jayse Hansen. From his website (which is offline at time of writing, but can be accessed ...


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It really depends on the film, but the best example I can think of is the James Cameron's The Abyss, and I suspect they did the same thing in the music video you mentioned. As detailed in this Time article about the film, there is a large tank of water for the scene to be filmed in, with all the crew using oxygen tanks. In between cuts, support divers with ...



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