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Tonyrobinson 23-08-20 14:55

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Originally Posted by Rai (Post 8232012)
I don't understand. I get the bit where you say TR2 is filming in Leavesden, but the first part of the sentence should be clear, but it isn't, sorry :o. What do you mean by all the films shoot there? Which ones? I mean, it's where the Warner Bros films are filmed. Not sure of the point you're making.

Tony, would TR have filmed before Batman and Fantastic Beasts had it been on schedule for a spring-summer start?

I'm not sure. I'm sure to use the studio you'd have to use a booking in advance.

Portugalraider 24-08-20 14:28

Well, since I am a dummy who keeps checking IMDB knowing full well the info there is as reliable as Donald Trump during a pandemic, several names have been added to the art department section of Tomb Raider 2, as well a director's assistant (under Other Crew).

Tonyrobinson 24-08-20 15:16

Looked up a few of those names and they seem to all have the film Dolittle in common. Makes sense if one of the art directors truly is Will Coubrough and the Production designer is Dominic Watkins like Imdb says they are.

Further more I looked up the name of the directors assistant and this came up. :)

https://www.thetalentmanager.com/tal...036/helen-uren

Ellioft 24-08-20 15:41

Damn Doolittle was terrible :vlol:

But the others films were good in the art department

PinkyPromise 24-08-20 15:57

Talent Manager is 100% reliable. It was on that website that we discovered that Kristin Scott Thomas was in TR 2018.

I think many of the names are people who have worked at Rebecca. It's normal for Ben Wheatley to work with them again.

Rai 24-08-20 16:29

Those new names have been added since yesterday then. Even though it may or may not be reliable, I find it interesting. At least we know the director's assistant is true.

Ellioft, I assume that double post was meant as an edit gone wrong?

Portugalraider 24-08-20 16:31

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Originally Posted by Tonyrobinson (Post 8232394)
Looked up a few of those names and they seem to all have the film Dolittle in common. Makes sense if one of the art directors truly is Will Coubrough and the Production designer is Dominic Watkins like Imdb says they are.

Further more I looked up the name of the directors assistant and this came up. :)

https://www.thetalentmanager.com/tal...036/helen-uren

The plot thickens, then. Maybe even if casting and shooting are delayed, the rest of pre-production is/was actually coming alone well...

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Originally Posted by Ellioft (Post 8232398)
Damn Doolittle was terrible :vlol:

Was is pretty, though? :p

Tonyrobinson 24-08-20 16:51

Dolittle and Artemis Fowl are amazing looking movies, terrible but pretty so I'm happy about that if true. A big complaint from the first film was that it looked a bit bland.

Looking at the name Matthew Jenkins who's listed as the line manager on that profile above it seems he also works a lot with the production manager from Imdb David O'Neill, also something they have in common is working on the films Dolittle and Artemis Fowl.

It does seem like a legitimate art department is coming together which is a good sign that things are moving behind the scenes. It might be like Uncharted where all the prep is worked first then just waiting for the green light on production.

Ellioft 24-08-20 18:09

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Originally Posted by Rai (Post 8232421)
Ellioft, I assume that double post was meant as an edit gone wrong?

Yeeeeees :cry:

Portugalraider 24-08-20 20:05

Body horror is definitely going to be present in this movie.

How do I know?

Some of the people in the art department worked on Cats. :p


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