Movie News: Set Visit

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‘Need For Speed’ Set Visit Report: Real Cars, Real Action

screenrant.com – In late June 2013 Screen Rant was invited to visit the set of DreamWorks’ Need For Speed on its 57th day of shooting (out of 67). Principal photography had moved frequently from city to city across the United States and for our portion we headed to Detroit “Motor City,” Michigan to watch star Aaron Paul, director Scott Waugh, and a large team of cast and crew work their magic on location.

4 days 6 hours ago via donnieyen
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Set Visit: Chris Evans on Captain America's new suit and darker tone

hitfix.com – I was among a group of journalists who visited the set of Marvel's highly-anticipated sequel "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" last spring, where star Chris Evans took a break from all the shield-throwing action to explain how the sequel -- darker in tone, more high-impact in its action scenes -- differs from the franchise's first film, 2011's "Captain America: 1 week 1 day ago via jackiechan
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Set Visit: '300: Rise of an Empire' filmmakers hope to build on '300'

hitfix.com – HitFix's Daniel Fienberg was on the set of 300: Rise of an Empire in Sofia, Bulgaria. In this set visit report, the film's director, Noam Murro, and several producers discuss how the sequel is similar but different from the Zack Snyder original. 1 week 2 days ago via jetli
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5 Amazing Things We Learned About Kevin Costner On The Set Of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

cinemablend.com – Since making his debut on the big screen in the 1980s, Kevin Costner has become one of the most iconic screen presences of the modern era. Thanks to his work in both Field of Dreams and Bull Durham he is the first actor many think of whenever the topic of baseball movies comes up, and roles in movies like The Untouchables, Dances With Wolves and JFK will be remembered forever. 4 weeks 3 days ago via theothersenhman
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Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Set Visit: Get To Know A New Version Of Tom Clancy's Spy

cinemablend.com – The calendar may have only just switched over to 2014, but Hollywood isn’t waiting long to launch the year’s first action blockbuster. After many years of development, going back to 2006, Tom Clancy’s most legendary hero is coming back to the big screen on January 17th in Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. 4 weeks 4 days ago via donnieyen
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OUT OF THE FURNACE Set Visit Recap, Including 15 Things to Know about the Film

collider.com – Hollywood movies shoot all over the world to take advantage of landscapes, architecture and tax credits, but Scott Cooper's Out of the Furnace looks to tap into something more human: the authentic culture and community of a struggling former steel town just outside of Pittsburgh. I was lucky enough to land a set visit invite along with a group of journalists to take a look at the Crazy Heart writer/director's new film, which explored a violent, yet vanishing culture in small-town America. 11 weeks 4 days ago via brucelee
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From the Set: Need For Speed's Stuntwork Keeps it Real

comingsoon.net – Earlier this year, ComingSoon.net had the opportunity to visit both the Detroit, Michigan set and, a few months later, the Los Angeles edit bay of director Scott Waugh's Need for Speed , the upcoming adaptation of the hugely popular Electronic Arts video game franchise. Although we have to keep much of what we saw secret for the time being, DreamWorks Pictures has given us the green light to report on one of the film's unique elements that is very prevalent in the just released trailer (watch it here ): 11 weeks 4 days ago via donnieyen
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From the Set of Out of the Furnace, Starring Christian Bale

comingsoon.net – In May 2012, ComingSoon.net visited the set of Scott ( Crazy Heart ) Cooper's second movie, the crime-drama Out of the Furnace , starring Christian Bale, Casey Affleck, Willem Dafoe, Woody Harrelson, Sam Shepard, Zoe Saldana and Forrest Whitaker. While on set, we had a chance to talk to Cooper, Affleck, Dafoe and Shepard as well as getting a tour of the impoverished town of Braddock, Pennsylvania where Cooper was shooting the entire film on location. 11 weeks 5 days ago via jackiechan
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'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' Set Visit: Ron Burgundy vs. A Dolphin

screenrant.com – Ron Burgundy is dumber than a dolphin. We’re at Sea World in San Diego on the very last day of filming for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues and a coliseum of extras is watching Will Ferrell lose a fight with a sleek, gray bottlenose who – without training – dismisses his insults by blowing air out of her hole and swimming away.

12 weeks 1 day ago via jackiechan
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From the Set of 47 Ronin: Interview with Director Carl Rinsch

comingsoon.net – When ComingSoon.net visited the London set of Carl Rinsch's 3D samurai epic 47 Ronin starring Keanu Reeves, we had a chance to interview the fledgling feature director, best known for his work in commercials and his short film "The Gift." 13 weeks 7 hours ago via donnieyen
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Matt Visits the Set of Tim Story's RIDE ALONG Starring Ice Cube and Kevin Hart

collider.com – I live in Atlanta, so it was a short trip when I visited the set of Ride Along on December 5, 2012. A group of reporters and I went down to downtown Atlanta to watch some of the filming and talk to director Tim Story along with some of the cast.

13 weeks 3 days ago via theothersenhman
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On Set: Carl Rinsch's Ambitious Blockbuster '47 Ronin' Starring Keanu Reeves

fb.indiewire.com – Things that have happened in the two-and-a-half years since I was on the set of Universal's hopeful Christmas blockbuster "47 Ronin" in June 2011: A presidential election, a government shutdown, three fall TV seasons, four Marvel movies, two "Fast & Furious" movies, two "Paranormal Activity" movies, three World Series, one complete Kim Kardashian marriage (and another engagement), the release of three albums by One Direction, and one fully-achieved Matthew McConaughey comeback. 13 weeks 4 days ago via jetli
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ENDER'S GAME Set Visit, Part Two: The Surreality of Meeting Harrison Ford

collider.com – Midway through February of last year, the good folks at Lionsgate invited about half-a-dozen members of the online press (myself included) out to New Orleans, where director Gavin Hood was midway through production on his $110m adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s seminal sci-fi novel, Ender’s Game. Initially, it sounded like it’d be the usual studio-sponsored field trip:

14 weeks 3 days ago via theothersenhman
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'Divergent' Set Visit, Part 1: Who's Who and What's What

fandango.com – In the future, Chicago residents are divided into five factions based on their core values: "Abnegation" (values selflessness), "Dauntless" (courage), "Amity" (peacefulness), "Candor" (honesty), and "Erudite" (intelligence). Together, they keep society afloat in a crumbling, dystopian version of the familiar city. 15 weeks 1 day ago via theothersenhman
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What We Saw on the Set of Oldboy

ign.com – Last year, IGN traveled to New Orleans to check out the set of the new Oldboy movie. Originally directed by Park Chan-wook back in 2003 and based on the Japanese manga, the film was a dark and engrossing story of revenge. A man is locked away for over decade and then abruptly released. 15 weeks 3 days ago via theothersenhman
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