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Shhh! A Quiet Place behind the scenes.

PostPosted:Thu Nov 16, 2017 10:08 pm
by ShaneP ... _=tt_ov_vi

Farrar is supervising this. Stars Emily Blunt and John Krasinski.

This should be the one and only teaser/trailer. It is perfect.


Re: Sshhhh! Quiet.

PostPosted:Fri Nov 17, 2017 12:23 pm
by TylerMirage
Scott Farrar? Yes.

John Krasinski? Yes.

Emily Blunt? YES.

A cool, high-tension monster/horror movie with an amazing trailer? YES.

Part of me wishes that they didn't even have music in the trailer, and that the only time any sound entered the picture was when the child knocks over the lantern.

Re: Sshhhh! Quiet.

PostPosted:Fri Nov 17, 2017 2:59 pm
by ShaneP
Yes, I think that teaser is terrific. It shows enough without giving everything away.

So I fully expect a full trailer to be released with all the story beats and money shots of the CG creature.

The studios just can't help themselves at demystifying every element in movies today. Have to show everything! Have to get the asses in seats!

All for the lords of commerce!

Okay, I will get off my soapbox now.

Re: Sshhhh! Quiet.

PostPosted:Sun Feb 04, 2018 7:55 pm
by ShaneP

Re: Sshhhh! Quiet:SXSW Krasinski Q&A

PostPosted:Fri Mar 16, 2018 10:15 pm
by ShaneP
The movie premiered at SXSW and Krasinski and Emily Blunt and the child actors were there to take a Q&A after.

Krasinski answered a question about ILM's creature work on the film starting at the 13:15 mark: ...

Re: Sshhhh! Quiet:SXSW Krasinski Q&A

PostPosted:Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:12 pm
by ShaneP
Ian at Cartoon Brew talks to Farrar about the vfx for this surprise hit: ... 57729.html

Re: Sshhhh! Quiet Ian

PostPosted:Wed Apr 18, 2018 6:30 pm
by ShaneP
Farrar talks to Bill Desowitz at Indiewire about last minute redesigns of the creatures: ... 201954466/

Re: Sshhhh! Quiet Ian

PostPosted:Mon Apr 23, 2018 12:53 pm
by ShaneP
Scott Farrar and Rick O'Connor talk to Vincent Frei at ArtofVfx about A Quiet Place. ... ght-magic/

Great interview. Goes over the creature redesign with just two months to go.

ILM also did just 108 shots over 6 months.

108 old school vfx shot count! I love it. 8)

edit: on a side note the film regained the top spot at the NA box office last weekend.