I noticed that in the scene where Clare tells the guys she’s leaving with Dale, the guys are wearing the same clothes (and sitting in mostly the same positions) as in the scene where Chris Harrison tells the guys Clare accepted the proposal and left the resort. But in the episode, these 2 scenes are portrayed as being a day apart with Dale’s proposal happening in the night between them. Now knowing that those 2 scenes must have actually happened at the same time, the timeline just does not make sense. How could the guys have been told about the proposal when it didn’t even actually happen yet?
AND THEN at the end of the scene, Chris lets the guys know that they have until that night to decide if they want to stay for Tayshia’s arrival. So what actually happened the night of those 2 scenes? Did Clare and Dale have their proposal or did Tayshia have her big arrival? (And also, if we believe Tayshia was called right around when Clare gave herself the group rose, how could Tayshia only prep/quarantine for what seems to be 5 days? Sketchy)
Well, I watched back both scenes on Hulu and looked at the background of the clips where Chris is talking. You can see that in the less timeline-centric clips (like when Chris answered Kenny’s question about if Clare and Dale talked before the show), the plants behind Chris’s head look completely different (fuller and less droopy) than when he’s talking about timeline-centric things like saying Clare and Dale got engaged “last night” and telling the guys they have “until tonight” to decide if they want to stay.
What I think is that they had Chris throw on that same shirt and then used a recreated background to do reshoots (maybe much later? maybe to an empty room? lmao) to u... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'll be watching Wonder Woman 84 tomorrow and I wonder if anyone knows why there were reshoots that were carried out back in 2019?
I thought this was a pretty good read regarding the budget and attention ZSJL is getting from the powers-that-be.
Anonymous post for obvious reasons, I work as a film director for one of the top film production companies in my country and we're producing a movie right now. Its not in English so its likely not going to be that big but nonetheless its a big deal in my country. Anyways, we made a scene and it was perfect, we spent several days trying to get this scene perfect and spent thousands of dollars of equipment on it. We're also far behind schedule. Anyways this scene is pretty much perfect and we're almost about ready to release the film and one of the actors noticed for about 4 seconds in the film where she's leant over you can see her underwear waistband showing out a bit, not signficiantly and most people are probably going to miss it or not care. Her pants are white and her underwear is skin color so it does kind of blend it too, again not that easy to notice, you would porbably have ot be looking for it to notice
She's kicking up a huge fuss about it saying how we need to remake the scene or cut that part out or some other shit. I'm not going to do that, first off i dont ahve the sole power to do that nor would i want to becuase w'ere behind schedule and she just needs to suck it up, its not that big of a deal we all wear underwear and its her own fault for not noticing it earlier or not wearing her pants correctly. We don't have the time or resources right not to fix it. She's so psised abotu it and so are some other actors. I told ehr the bigger deal she makes about it the more people will notice and she just needs to relax.
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It's been 3 seasons, they should really reshoot it if there's a 4th season. The kids are older and I can't stand watching John Goodman spit out that sausage link and slurp it back into his mouth. It looks like a turd.
There is no way to preserve continuity if you have shots 8+ months apart, right?
I remember thinking that Whedon’s addition to the film would be great - a combination of his writing skills paired with Snyder’s visuals seemed like a fan’s dream come true at the time.
I also remember teetering back and forth between believing the PR that the reshoots were minimal and not buying it as well. Red flags certainly went up for me when it was announced Junkie XL was being replaced by Danny Elfman.
I remember laughing initially about the reports that Superman’s CG mustache would cause problems and dismissed that it would distract from the final product (until I saw it, of course).
When the marketing started ramping up and I saw those short clips that released online, I think that was the moment I panicked. The reshoots of Ben looked so glaringly obvious that I prepared myself for the worst when the film finally arrived in theaters.
Still, I felt hopeful mostly throughout that initial period of time and that’s why I was curious how people around here initially reacted during those few months leading up to November 2017.
Personally ----- I hope for less soap opera drama for every character, and more normal issues. There is only so much blackmail/rape/perverse stuff/drug dealer shit, ect you can come up with, before a show turns silly.Don't misunderstand though, I definitely get where Sam is coming from. Shocking scenes, sex and brutality sells - it's what made so many folks turn to season one to begin with - but I also believe that Sam is more than capable, of using more normal problems, and squeeze the drama out of it.
I love how Sam is aware of the way people on the internet perceive Euphoria, and even addresses the bad reviews. But some of the things he mentions in this interview really threw me - while others excite me, particularly the idea of the show growing up has me excited as heck.
It is EXACTLY what I was hoping would happen. Now I am just super curious as to how Sam is going to approach the new season. Honestly, given how attentive he is to reviews, and how close he works with his actors, I wouldn't be surprised if he turned the whole concept upside down, and threw something totally unexpected at us and HBO. He definitely has the confidence, and foresight to make it work.
This new interview is legendary, and actually truly raises my expectations even more.