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This entire question seems to be based on a misunderstanding of the term 'final cut'. The final cut is the very last edit version - the one that will ship to the cinemas. The script will have been finalised long before that; indeed it needs to be close to final before they even start filming. In its entirety, Welles is saying he has complete control of the ...


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This isn't an authoritative answer, but I highly doubt it. The show's regular narrator, known only as "French Narrator", is an homage to marine biologist and documentary filmmaker Jacques-Yves Cousteau, one of Hillenburg's inspirations. I expect that the narrator from Sponge on the Run was similarly intended to be an homage to Attenborough, another ...


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In the past they probably had to get the fog on it, then film quickly. My guess on the smoking ticket in the movie Airplane is that they probably had a thin sheet of dry ice inside the prop. Today, it's probably mostly done with cgi, although some directors still favor physical effects wherever possible, since cgi can get a little boring once you can do ...


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While it may not be very common, as suggested or explained in previous answers, the answer is actually, Sometimes. In example, some science fiction works explore human identity through the construct of "Doppelgangers", in which some doppelgangers exist in the form of characters with the same name and similar appearances, but they come from either ...


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