11 Movie Scenes That Were Difficult To Film For These Actors

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The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Titanic… These films have the common point of being essential, but also having scenes that were difficult to shoot. explanations.

After the 10 scenes of the most difficult series to shoot for these actors, here are the ones from the movies:

Among the difficult scenes to shoot, there is the set in Spiderman

Before having the Spiderman with Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland, there were those of Tobey Maguire, directed by Sam Raimi. And the interpreter of the spider man of this first trilogy especially remembers one of the scenes: the one with the canteen tray. Mary Jane (Kirsten Dunst) drinks some orange juice and Peter Parker catches her and her dinner. As shown in the video above, the sequence is only a few seconds long. Hundreds of takes were needed to achieve this scene, which was filmed over 16 hours! In fact, they didn’t use special effects to maintain as much realism as possible. And after several hours of filming, Tobey Maguire managed to catch up on all the food.

Sewer streams in The Hunger Games – Mockingjay: Part 2

Jennifer Lawrence will remember filming in the sewers all her life in The Hunger Games – Mockingjay: Part 2. in the magazine columns Heatconfesses that this scene was very physical: “ It was difficult. poor liam (Hemsworth, interpreter of Gale, editor’s note), could not stand for three weeks. We were exhausted, because, shooting a fight sequence in the sewers, all of our gear and all of our clothes were completely soaked, so that was 20 more pounds. To me, it felt like 2,000 more pounds. We were just complaining! » .

When Wendy is crying with her bat on Shiny

Moviegoers will surely know this anecdote. various scenes in Shiny They were very difficult to film, but the one that made the actors nervous was the one where Wendy (Shelley Duvall) is terrified and holding a baseball bat. Stanley Kubrick, the film’s director, purposely put the actress to the last to make her performance believable. To do this, the scene was shot and rotated many times. Some say 35, and others say 127 times (that’s a good range, yes). So Shelley Duvall really had a nervous breakdown, which explains her play during this sequence that has become legendary.

The race in the middle of the desert Star Wars: The Force Awakens

To understand why this scene was difficult for Daisy Ridley and John Boyega, you have to know that the passages of Jakku are shot in the middle of the desert. It already gives you an idea why it was difficult. But what was not easy for them was running in the sand. The performers of Rey and Finn physically trained on a treadmill, so they didn’t expect it to be so difficult to sprint in the sand and under the blazing sun. And honestly, that makes sense.

Two scenes from the saga. Guardians of the Galaxy

It wasn’t one, but two scenes that gave the actors a hard time. Guardians of the Galaxy. The first is the one where Drax falls into a yellow liquid and nearly drowns. David Bautista, the interpreter, was sick at the time of filming, and had to go bare-chested to jump into the pond, when it was very cold. The second is the praise of Yondu (Michael Rooker), in the second part. Chris Pratt had to return this passage several times because James Gunn, the director, was not at all convinced of his performance. Therefore, the actor had to redo it on a green background before it was digitally added to the scene he knows.

The training scene in the butcher shop Rocky

Rocky It is a mythical saga, and among all the scenes present in the film, Sylvester Stallone will surely remember the shooting of the training in the butcher all his life. Right now, his character is boxing a piece of meat to perfect his punches. You should know that the actor remained at least 14 hours in the cold room, so he was refrigerated. Add to that that by force of hitting the piece of meat, he broke a finger!

The cult moment of murder in the shower in Psychosis

Who would have thought that this mythical scene was difficult to shoot for Vera Miles, aka Lila Crane in Psychosis ? The actress revealed in a documentary dedicated to the cult film: ” In this scene, my head was against the tub and the water was running from my hair onto my face, tickling me, when I obviously couldn’t react. He had to hold that gaze without blinking or swallowing. I couldn’t do anything until Hitchcock snapped his fingers signaling the end of the camera movement. »

When Jack and Rose are trapped behind the grate in Titanic

It is not surprising to discover that certain scenes in Titanic they were difficult to film for Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. But the latter recalls a particularly complicated one. This is the one where Jack and Rose are behind a grate, and the water slowly starts to rise. The actress told him Variety that I hated this sequence, firstly because the water was freezing, and secondly because I was really terrified to see the water rise.

the shooting of the reborn usually

the reborn has (finally) allowed Leonardo DiCaprio to win the Oscar for best actor. A well-deserved award when you know that he gave it his all during the shoot. Especially because the conditions were horrible, it was cold, he had to jump into the water, he also had to sleep outside… In short, a real ordeal. But if we had to choose a particularly difficult scene for him, it would probably be the one where he actually eats raw meat, since we remember that he is a vegetarian!

All 7 Harry Potter in The Deathly Hallows – Part 1

For the little anecdote, several scenes were difficult to shoot in the saga. Harry Potter, not because you had to do stunts, but because the actors couldn’t stop laughing. But if we have to talk about technique, it was difficult for Daniel Radcliffe to shoot the scene where there are 7 Harrys in The Deathly Hallows – Part 1. She had to mimic the performance of all the actors to make the sequence believable, and also had a hard time removing her bra when she had to step into Fleur Delacourt’s shoes.

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