By PaulILMFan - Sun Feb 04, 2018 7:21 pm
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Sometimes I miss the old days when merely ten vfx companies worked on a film.Same here. Those good ol' days back in 2010.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Um0aZKbpe1YAnd what's interesting is that Tom is actually a licensed and trained pilot. He receives a separate credit in American Made as "Cessna/[other model of aircraft that I can't recall at the moment] Pilot". Like, after all of the cast, right around where the Stunt Coordinator or trained helicopter/aircraft pilots would be, sure enough, "Tom Cruise - Cessna/Aircraft Pilot".
MI6 behind the scenes on the practical helicopter FX with Cruise flying looks insane this is going to be an exciting movie no way to fake this in IMAX and they are not even trying to CG it so full marks to Cruise & Paramount for letting him even do his own flying.
Speaking of movies sitting on the shelf...when the heck is Andy Serkis' Tarzan movie going to come out?You mean his Jungle Book movie? Or is he making a Tarzan movie, too?
Yes, sorry got my jungle movies mixed up. It is his Jungle Book movie. I know he's been working on that movie for at least the last three or four years. I think he actually shot the movie back before Episode 7 came out. No idea what happened to it.
Yes, sorry got my jungle movies mixed up. It is his Jungle Book movie. I know he's been working on that movie for at least the last three or four years. I think he actually shot the movie back before Episode 7 came out. No idea what happened to it.As far as I know, it's still on track for October of this year. Latest news was a month or so ago where they revealed the title change from Jungle Book: Origins to Mowgli.
Good grief. Just looked up some production history on it. Serkis was set to direct this back in early 2014, shot it in early 2015.
Originally it was October of 2016...and then it was bumped to October 2017...and now it's October 2018. It's been delayed longer than most films take to make.