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Since the people actually knowing much more about this than me seem largely reluctant to put it into any answer, I'll give it a first try by linking to some external resources that might give some insight into the matter. First of all the movie itself was shot on a mixture of 65mm IMAX film and 35mm film. The official site of the movie gives some further ...


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It's done using a green screen, with LOTS of shots overlaid on top of one another. Here's an awesome, short example, from DirecTV, showing how they did this for a commercial featuring a fireman falling through a roof (with a man walking around the "frozen" scene): ...


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According to the Blu-Ray review on Blu-Ray.com (which is an outstanding website for in-depth reviews of every aspect of a DVD/Blu-Ray release), the original presentation was 1.85:1


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I think, this varies from scene to scene. For example, I was recently watching Modern Family and in a scene, Jay & Gloria's son is shown starts crying, when his mother is putting him in his baby-car and stops crying when she pulls him out. Similarly in one episode the baby pukes as soon as someone talks of Gay-marriage. This is shown 3 times. What's ...


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Quite simply, this depends from movie to movie. Mostly they attempt to capture the audio on the set or on location, but plenty of times there's need for ADR: ADR [Automated Dialogue Replacement] - In cases where the production audio is too noisy, or otherwise unusable (bad line reading, airplane fly-by, etc.) the Dialogue Editor will "cue" the line ...


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First, the locations are chosen and actors are assembled. Then the movie is shot, with many takes for each scene. Then everyone goes home and let the music directors and editors go nuts with it. Once the music sequences are finalized and all the scenes are selected, 90% of which will go on to become the final print, the phone rings in the lead actor's house ...


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QHD is 4 times 720p, thus a width of 2560 pixels. It will only be a QHD display if it reaches this resolution. 2K, however, is supposed to have somewhere around 2000 pixels (the K stands for kilo meaning "times 1000"). The 2K, 4K and 8K terms are more generic than QHD, UHD (3840 pixels × 2160) and FUHD (7680 × 4320). So QHD has an exact definition of the ...


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No, it did not. In fact, both actors (there were no body doubles) has stipulations in their contract as to what they would and wouldn't do, and the actors wore padding over their genitalia due to the (then recently front-and-center) AIDS scare running through Hollywood. Regarding those stipulations, it was agreed that Michael Douglas would not go full ...



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