Just make a prop gun that has a recoil and spark like a regular gun, but doesn’t require a casing. The CG artists can use it as reference and touch it up however they please.
A production still of Samuel L. Jackson in the last Spider-Man movie made the rounds of film Twitter a year or so back because he was holding what was obviously a fake gun painted green so they could CGI in a gun in post, and the reaction was basically, “Ha ha, Marvel’s so lame, they just CGI everything.” Read more
This wasn’t a “misfire.” He actively pulled the trigger. Did he mean to kill someone? Probably not. But he was definitely misusing it, and now someone is dead and another is in critical condition. Don’t fuck around with props.
I remember seeing a video not too long ago where someone was pointing a gun at Will Smith on set and he immediately took it away and disabled it — and thinking he was maybe overreacting but clearly he was right. A gun is a gun, you never know and there’s precedent.
Brandon Lee during the making of The Crow as well.
That’s pretty incredible, especially when calling pigs and humans ‘cousins’ is pretty generous. Humans and chimps are cousins. Pigs are your cousin Derek’s neighbor’s boyfriend during her study abroad.
Dune 3: Season of the Bene Gesserit Witch
Hopefully they spent the pandemic writing it and doing preproduction, right? If the studio really is behind it I doubt they’re waiting on today to start on part 2
When I saw Episode IX’s flashback to the completion of Leia’s trials under Luke’s tutelage (and, knowing Luke’s relative inexperience, it had to be a process of discovery for both of them) it somehow clicked to me that the sequels ought to have been all about her and her perspective, no matter if channeled through… Read more
I'm glad the studio is positive about the movie, but it would have made a lot more sense to have the sequel in production while making the first one. If this one does well it'll be a 2-3 year wait for the sequel which could turn off a lot of people
She is...a very handsome lady. Respectfully.
And it’s a colonial era MMO and the players are going to start revolting over taxes.
God, I love how MMORPGs are this genre of game where you can just kinda go “oops, our fun game accidentally provided an excellent example of an economics problem that researchers are probably going to be busy taking notes on for a while”. Read more