im sorry, what?
all the alliteration would appear to have made the article's meaning completely disappear for me.
i think i got it...
sienna miller has CGI muff hair in latest film?
damn i hate mondays.
Film fans are reeling from the latest Sienna Miller outrage, as studio sources reveal that technical wizardry is bestowing upon the actress a CGI-merkin. With the whole Getty-nabbing furore so totally 30 seconds ago, the world is now agog (or at least so her agent would no doubt prefer) for details of the post-production …
That this is newsworthy
>Sienna's part involved one or two nude scenes
No doubt the offending bush (not GW the female fuzzy bit) was only on dislay for a few frames and it would have been easier to just leave them on the cutting room floor.
Besides anybody who is going to be so titillated by the sight of the fur wouldn't give a toss about whether it was anachronistic or not. Why stop at the fur? Why not give her a full body like what real women used to have. I'm making an assumption here that this Miller woman is on the stick insect side as I've no idea who she is or what she looks like.
Thanks, but since you brought the subject up...
Tom Cruise in 'Valkyrie'.
Not only demands the line 'aren't you a little short for a stormtrooper?', but raises the horrifying possibility that he might do an oh-so-serious worthy movie pulling a German accent.
In which case bagsie the popcorn, this could be the most definitive Nazi movie since 'The Producers'.
Wow, so many Viz-isms there. Roger Melly'd be proud of you, lass.
I thought from the title that this was an attempt to appease the anti-fur trade movement by filming scenes without using a genuine fur coat (not a euphemism, I mean the formerly popular posh-totty garment) and superimposing one.
How (pleasantly) wrong can you be?
Paris... does it need explaining??
pre cgi'd I guess
Sarah: stunning sub title - was it added in postproduction!
Now they always said that either Shatner's or Connery's hairpiece ought to be nominated as best supporting actor. So may this should be up (or downy) for best supporting actress (or actress support).
Just a raincoat.
If anybody remebers the movie Marathon Man ( Sir Laurence Olivier & Dustin Hoffman) there is a scene where DUstin is tortured and has his teeth pulled by the bad guy (Sir LO).
Dustin was expected to look like he hadn't slept for 72hrs. So in true Dustin Hoffman form, he simply didn't sleep for 72hrs before doing the scene.
After the Scene DH was commenting on his methods of doing the scene. Sir LO was heard to comment, "why don't you just try acting old boy".
"naughty naked nude" - Ian Dury, "Wake Up And Make Love with Me", there you go.
I recall a film from a while back that had a similar CGI effect, to add more pubic hair. It was a British film, expanded from a short; set in a supermarket. It was about a man who could freeze time, and he used this to paint naked women, and in a flashback sequence there was some extra CGI pubicity. It was mentioned in the film's commentary track.
Damned if I can remember the name though. Something to do with supermarkets - Cashback, or Checkout.
When I was working in the BBC in the 80's a certain English actress wouldn't appear topless so she wore a flesh-coloured bra.The BBC boffins repainted on her nipples in the editing suite. I used to have a freeze-frame of the relevent scene. Purely to admire the skills of the technicians, of course
Totally seconded on Ms Miller copping out by not throwing herself into the no-wax breach. Where is the method? I managed to burn my eyes looking at the pre-CGI pic - not to diss one of the sisters, but perhaps that was as much regrowth she could summon up in the time required.
Honestly, who wants a snatch that looks like Hitler's moustache? Ok, the Amazonian rainforest look might be too much these days - although not back in the 60s - but let's not get into Brazilian slash-and-burn overcompensation.
/Paris, for obvious reasons. Gosh, I'm using her a lot lately... although a bit later than everyone else.
they also worked on hot fuzz ... even vfx places get typecast
PH, even though this easily passes the "PH angle", because thanks to the pigment-agnostic behaviour of IR video photography could have done with help from the bbc's nipple painting department. And a better cameraman.