Monday, March 5, 2007

More filming details

From The Montreal Gazette:

"It also looks like The Curious Case of Benjamin Button will shoot for eight days in late May, according to the film's production manager, Manon Bougie. That film - which stars Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett - was also set to be made elsewhere because of the union dispute. The producers confirmed last week that they plan to come as long as the city can promise to let them shoot in Old Montreal. They need to make Old Montreal look like Moscow and Paris in winter, with the streets covered in fake snow."

I guess Cate Blanchett is done filming her scenes, like she said at the Oscars, and these are non-Cate scenes. I'm so excited to have a winter setting in a David Fincher movie, I don't think we've ever had that before. I wonder how good it'll look and what the context of the scene is. Moscow? Paris? Benjamin Button gets around.

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