If you'd been living under the assumption that the raptors running around the Jurassic Park kitchen were CGI, prepare to have your mind blown: those raptors were a dude! Specifically, they were John Rosengrant, who spent weeks training to look like he was squatting over a public toilet so he could mosey around in a heavy raptor suit for hours during shooting. Now, in the below video from the Stan Winston School of Character Arts, Rosengrant details the making of said raptor suit, showing some rarely-seen footage of early tests and prototypes that eventually led to what we saw on screen trying to eat Joseph Mazzello. Unlike the last Jurassic Park dinosaur-men we looked at, this is really cool.
The Stan Winston School has posted a new video in their project to prove that the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park were not real, no matter how cool that would have been. Their last video went behind the scenes on the film's raptors, revealing how the infamous kitchen attack will for... / Continue →
The election is almost upon us, but the truer, more ridiculously-literal wars for the White House are still to come, with both Gerard Butler and Channing Tatum starring in separate films about a cool guy with abs saving the President from an attack on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. ... / Continue →
It has an all-star cast, the artful direction of The King Speech's Tom Hooper, and, of course, those songs people like, and with this behind-the-scenes extended look, Les Misérables reveals one more element for its awards competition to fear: turns out all the singing was done ... / Continue →