It is safe to say that the bar continues to be well and truly raised when it comes to producing increasingly epic and impressive big screen features, with everything from stunning blockbusters to deeply elegant dramas that prove there is always room for improvement in his art of creating a cinematic work.
But what finally finds its way into modern theaters is usually only half the story.
In order to create all these evolving pieces of shocking action or thrilling drama, the actors at the center of the production sometimes have to put their bodies into an undeniable hell or push their minds to the absolute limit when engaging in their chosen characters and worlds. occupying before our eyes.
From being thrown in the middle of a completely crazy-heavy scene at the last minute, to having to make an entire film in just 48 hours, each of the following performances was already worthy of your admiration, but the ridiculous truth behind what it actually became a reality makes you appreciate them a little more.
When you sign up for a mind-boggling movie obsessed with the action behind the Transformers and Armageddon franchise, it’s safe to assume you end up in the middle of a real pulsating acrobatic series. before your shooting time is up.
But in the case of Jake Gyllenhaal and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, when they were working on Michael Bay’s latest play Ambulance, the duo felt very much like they had done the day before, arguably one of the thriller’s most intense action. . scenes suddenly fell into their arms.
With the two stars heading home in the honorary vehicle to pick up their own clothes, the barmy’s manager telephoned the two Sharp to turn around and head for the LA River.
Once it appears on the site, Bay will disclose to his actors, “I have an idea! I have two helicopters! ” And soon Gyllenhaal was on the side of that Ambulance as Bay improvised and shot an entire back-and-forth grip between the airborne and landing vehicles in just two and a half hours.
In fact, the film managed to wrap up in just 38 days. But this quick shot pales in comparison to …
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