Jonathan Levine, Teresa Palmer, Nicholas Hoult, John Malkovich and Rob Corddry on-set of Warm Bodies (2013)
Lynn Shelton on the set of Touchy Feely (2013)
Full Metal Jacket
One of the first feature films to use motion-capture in a so-called ‘on location’ setting. Previously, motion-capture was limited to special studio set up with special motion-capture cameras in very clearly defined surroundings.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011)
Throwback Thursday - Clearly plotting some sort of trick on Harrison.
Director Gary Goddard had planned to have all of Dolph Lundgren’s lines dubbed by another actor, as Lundgren had only limited acting experience, a thick Swedish accent, and was not yet fluent in English during filming. Lundgren, however, had stipulated in his contract that he would have at least three opportunities to re-dub his lines in post production. With the film running behind schedule, Goddard decided to use Lundgren’s natural voice instead.
Masters of the Universe (1987)
Randal Kleiser and Brooke Shields on-set of The Blue Lagoon (1980)