|Sex & Intimacy / 1:37 AM - Wednesday October 27, 2010|
How do they film certain scenes in movies and TV?
For example,how do they film high speed chases on highways? Does the photographer ride in a car following? Do they close up the highways? Do the police make exceptions for exceeding the speed limit for purposes of filming? When you see actors /actresses driving cars in films, are they actually driving the cars? When filming street scenes, must the residents stay inside their apartments in order not to interfere with filming?
- Asked by size008, A Mr. Nice Guy, Male, 66 or older, New York, Retired
Nowadays all the car chases and action scenes are computer generated. Also police are not on set checking to see if someone sneaks in a loaded gun. Anyone could take a loaded gun into anywhere and shoot someone, why would an actor be any more prone to do that? Some of the food and drinks are real, some aren't. Obviously playing someone in a closed set would not get you in trouble like impersonating someone on the street where civilians would be tricked. Like I said most running, climbing, jumping is computer generated, although in older films and a few rare ones nowadays there are stunt doubles for the actors.