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What really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant

What really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:
what really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:

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In reviews, the 2015 is The Revenant has been called “Stark” and “relentless.” While those terms provide a description of the film, they only scratch the surface of what happened during production. Freezing conditions, bears, disgusting members of the crew, and a naked man all of the tale this is the making of Alejandro González Iñárritu’s The Revenant. And just like the film’s hero, Hugh Glass, behind-the-scenes details of the stay alive with vengeful fury. Enjoy!

The logistics of everything.

What really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:
what really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:

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Even before production on The Revenant began the film carries a fearsome reputation. Movie star Leonardo DiCaprio told Yahoo, “this was a film that had been floating around for some time, but no one was crazy enough to really take this simply because of the logistics of where we were in need of people and the amount of work and exercises that need to be done.” But one man who was crazy enough to not appear on the top of this tale of revenge. This guy was the director Alejandro González Iñárritu, and everyone involved in the film was going to learn how crazy he really was.

Alejandro González Iñárritu: genius or crazy?

What really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:
what really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:

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Mexican auteur Alejandro González Iñárritu think Interview magazine in October 2014 that he has heard, but I got it for a good reason. “I always know what the nature of the needs,” he said, continuing, “this is scary sometimes about actors or actresses, but I try to help them to use fear to get there.” Basically, do whatever is necessary to make his films, no matter what. From the point of view of art that makes great movies. But the actors who worked with him, it seems to be a cautionary tale. And the cast and crew of The Revenant this warning came too late, director of photography this month.

Shooting conditions

What really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:
what really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:

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Inarritu hates using a green screen. This means the film in frigid Dakota Territory winter, should people in similar positions. Even Inarritu brought his production team to places such as Castle Mountain in the Canadian Rocky Mountains to capture that originality. Inarritu also brought them to Ushuaia, Argentina, where temperatures dip to a brisk -20 degrees Fahrenheit, when he realized Canada wasn’t cool enough. Fortunately for the crew, Argentina was just right. Otherwise you may experience them to Antarctica or somewhere in the Arctic. Yahoo, DiCaprio said of the experience “[I was] standing trade and possible hypothermia constantly.” It is amazing and DiCaprio didn’t go on a quest for revenge against the director as soon as filming ended.

The shooting schedule

What really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:
what really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:

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Production not only in the weekend people also. Lasted nine months. This is partly due to the need to switch sites from Canada to Argentina. Now, it wasn’t that bad. Two-week December break in photography was extended to six weeks. But while everyone gave a little bit more time to rest and recover from the fire so that it caused at least two problems. One, star Tom Hardy left Suicide Squad (which is probably to the Hardy benefit in the long term); two, the extended imaging once resumed. And even then, the shooting didn’t wrap in time. In an interview with Deadline, Inarritu everything will end in April or May of 2015, but it didn’t end until August. So a lot of people on the set must be justified eccentric.

Amazing crew rotation

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Like a man possessed, Inarritu energy through the production of taking everyone with him. But not everyone working on the film when production began to end. No one died, but the IATSE union president Damian Petti told The Hollywood Reporter that “15 to 20 crew members were fired from or quit” working on the film. It is clear that people who quit fed up and left. But some of the members of the crew “raised safety issues.” As conference calls to discuss safety concerns were basically ignored. Most of the issues typically raised in regard to the extreme weather conditions that everyone. But this probably wasn’t the biggest safety issues…

DiCaprio vs bear

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One of the most talked about scenes in the film is when DiCaprio’s Hugh Glass and the bear. Many are wondering how the scene was shot because, remember, Inarritu doesn’t like the use of the green screen. When asked about it, DiCaprio declined to explain how the scene was shot or if it was to fight a real bear. However, he said Yahoo the required cables are not “flying all over the forest” and a lot of training. He also said “it was very painful to do.” Well, this is obvious. Bear fighting, real or fake, it’s not supposed to be easy. About then DiCaprio maybe I regret not to play Jennifer Lawrence’s husband in joy. But perhaps the real fighting did not bear the most dangerous scene DiCaprio.

Raw liver

What really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:
what really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:

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As most people have heard by now, DiCaprio ate raw bison liver of the film. According to Variety, volunteered. But someone like the director could have stopped him (or maybe give him some beans to go with it). In all seriousness, eating the liver Raw is dangerous, as it’s an area of storage of toxins in the body can not expel. This is what DiCaprio ate. But at least I didn’t get dragged naked across the frozen ground. That special honor went to someone else.

Pull a naked guy all over the floor

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According to the Hollywood Reporter, Inarritu decided naked character needed to get dragged on the ground (ouch) during a battle scene for some reason. The director keeps the hair concern about the corrupt behavior and development and presented a sheet of plastic for protection. He even claims he asked the representative several times if she was okay, which the actor confirmed that, according to Inarritu. Also in the interview, Inarritu doesn’t fail to mention just how concerned he was about the actor, and perhaps to insist too much. However, members of the crew contrasted with Inarritu version of events, saying instead, “the actor was in pain” during the several takes. Why Inarritu felt the scene needed a guy naked so on through it is still not clear.

Products banned from the group

What really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:
what really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:

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Yes Iñárritu banned producer Jim Skotchdopole, who was also working on the Birdman from the group. It seems everything is on the risk group exceeded the budget, scheduling issues, not only because of the Skotchdopole is poor planning but also his failure to keep Inarritu early according to the Telegraph. Keeping him informed of what, no one knows. Regardless, Inarritu implementation of prohibition, claiming to be commissioned Skotchdopole to another site instead, because it looks nicer of course. But this other site must have only evil as a group because Skotchdopole ultimately left the film completely.

Inarritu no shame

What really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:
what really happened behind the scenes of The Revenant:

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Despite all this madness and controversy about The Revenant, Iñárritu opinion all it is worth. Belief that what happened on the set of the necessary advantage of not only the film but the crew and the fans as well. In his words, according to the Hollywood Reporter, “Revenant is to stay alive, and the cast and crew benefited from the presence in nature” continued “when [audiences] see the movie… [they] say ‘Wow.'” Wow, in fact.

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