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Deadly Honeymoon Visual Effects

POSTED BY chrisdvanne ON Jun 19, 2013 / 3 COMMENTS


Summer Glau revealed in a 2010 interview that green screens were used in Lifetime Movie Network's thriller Deadly Honeymoon:
 
Question: Did the cruise ship you filmed on actually sail anywhere… or were you not on an actual ship?
Summer Glau: No, we weren’t; it was all green-screen. Some of the crew got to go on a cruise to do certain shots, but we had to be very creative about how we shot the deck scenes. We’d shoot by a pool, then make it look like [it was] a cruise ship.
 
Many scenes of the $1-million drama were shot in Hawaii at Halawa Valley Studios, where one of the two stages has been made to look like the interior of a cruise ship.
 
Here's an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the visual effects (VFX) in Deadly Honeymoon, showing how visual effects can make a huge difference, judging by the pics taken on the set and after the effects were added… 
 
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UPDATE: watch an unseen before behind the scenes video for Deadly Honeymoon that features an exclusive look at the special effects of the movie.





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Total comments: 3

  Message #1 | chrisdvanne | 2013 Jun 19, 16:30 GMT



How many of you would have thought that they used greens screens in Deadly Honeymoon?

  Message #2 | locutisofborg | 2013 Jun 21, 01:06 GMT



From watching the movie, there is a lot of instances where you can see the need for the green screen effect, a lot cheaper also for the film's budget. But that's just me seeing it...can't help it. Computer nerd.

  Message #3 | chrisdvanne | 2013 Jun 21, 01:17 GMT



While I knew they filmed Deadly Honeymoon in studio or partly out-door, I'm not able to distinguish what is green screening and what is not.

At least until that I saw video and the before/after shots smile

And you're right, all the people in the movie/tv industry will tell you that green screening is a a lot cheaper than filming on location



 
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