This clip promises that the Girls might be less terrible, but still unhappy.
Most movie people know the basic function of a film's director, but what about the director of photography? It's an oft-ignored position, but the DP often has as much to…
Entertainment Tonight went on a journey behind the scenes of the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie in the treacherous terrain of London, England. Anchor Mark Steines narrates the adventure as pirate extras munch on sandwiches in the background.
Some new behind-the-scenes footage from The Expendables popped up on the film's official production blog. It gives us a cool glimpse at Sylvester Stallone as a director. Marvel as he waves a gun around during a scene's rehearsal, while key crew members cringe for fear of having their heads blown off by a (presumably) prop gun. There's some 1st A.D. looking fellow who literally drops to the floor at one point. This reminds me of that great story about Kubrick randomly shooting off a shotgun during the filming of The Shining to keep Shelley Duvall on edge so that it bled into her performance. That's an epic win for Kubrick. But that sort of thing is probably frowned upon by SAG these days. Way to go, unionized labor. *sarcastic celebratory firing of shotgun into the air* Watch the video, which also includes a nice moment in which Stallone refers to an airplane as "sex" incarnate, after the jump.