Here are 15 times a movie had to film a scene in one take, or within a fixed period of time, OR ELSE…
Incredible makeup scene me, Tonya I had to shoot in one take due to lack of time.
According to the film’s director Craig Gillespie, “It was the most ambitious day of filming, we were in a stadium that we were losing to hockey games that night… [and] we had to film about 10 scenes.”
Painful scene of breast depilation in 40 year old virgin could only be filmed once because it was 100% real.
Solar eclipse scene Nomad there was a one-take situation because no special effects were used.
The film is still in production, but you can watch a behind-the-scenes video of them filming the scene here:
Explosion at a hospital in The Dark Knight was carefully placed before the first and only because you can’t blow up a building twice.
This explosive sequence was rehearsed about 12 times before the cameras started rolling to make sure all the moving parts took off without a hitch. It was also important that Heath could get out of the building that was on the verge of demolition without getting hurt!
Peter and Ned’s secret handshake. Spider-Man: Homecoming was created on the spot by Tom and Jacob due to lack of time.
The moment Borat rips off Mike Pence’s speech in Borat’s follow-up film was 100% real and could not be rehearsed or staged.
When asked how he did it, Sasha told the Los Angeles Times that he sat in a chair for six hours while a team of prosthetists turned him into Donald Trump. He then snuck into the Conservative Political Action Conference and hid in the closet for several hours.
Bridge explosion Bridge over the River Kwai The right was so important that the filmmakers delayed it until conditions were perfect.
Due to the fact that the explosion of the irreplaceable bridge could only happen once, the event was captured on several cameras from different angles.
Cinematographers behind Vanilla Sky they only had a certain number of takes they could do when filming the Times Square scene.
The scene had been extensively rehearsed in the weeks leading up to filming, and filming wrapped that morning with an hour to spare before Times Square reopened to the public.
Sticking to Tom Cruise, he and his crew Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol He only had 30 minutes to film the scene in which Tom climbed the tallest building in the world.
They needed to do the scene quickly and in one go to make sure Tom’s seatbelt didn’t cut off his circulation, the IMAX cameras they used didn’t run out of film and so they didn’t exceed the 30 minute time limit. flight limit for helicopters used for filming. Every second really counts!
The scene in which Corporal Schofield runs through Ecusta into1917 had to be completed in less than one day, and it was supposedly “the hardest day on set”.
The special effects team custom made flares built into the network of winches. When triggered, they provided light for a precise amount of time at regular intervals as George MacKay ran across the set.
car chase in French connection could only be done once because it happened in real time without any control or permissions… AKA, it was totally illegal.
Despite the fact that the Pontiac shown in the film was moving at a speed of 144 km / h, no one was injured during the filming of this scene. Director William Friedkin has since deplored the recklessness that was shown in filming the episode.
opening scene in Apocalypse Nowin which Captain Benjamin Willard has a nervous breakdown, could only be shot once because Martin Sheen was drunk.
The situation got a little out of hand, and Martin seriously injured his hand after punching the mirror. He also drunkenly attempted to attack various members of the film crew, including director Francis Ford Coppola.
One of the cars was in an accident. Drive could only be filmed once because the production couldn’t afford to crash another car.
Even though this shot made it into the final film, it wasn’t really the perfect shot it should have been.
Turn London into a ghost town for 28 days later was a “technical nightmare” that ran into severe time constraints.
According to location manager Alex Gladstone, the police had to be hired to keep drunk revelers out of the frame and angry drivers horn Killian, which had to be cut out at the post.
And finally, the Russian director Alexander Sokurov shot his film in just 90 minutes. Russian ark for one take.
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