Adam Savage goes behind the scenes of Ghost In The Shell


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Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/02/28/adam-savage-goes-behind-the-sc.html


#2

I’m more than likely taking a pass on this movie, but personal feelings aside the design, art and props for this look pretty good. Also i highly enjoy all of Tested videos with Adam Savage, his enthusiasm and passion is infectious.


#3

I generally don’t like the idea of bringing animation to life - but boy, they trailers look like they got the look and feel down right.


#4

This gave me some more insight how things in a story can change because of production difficulties, particularly when they talked about the porcelain doll aspect.

It also gave me pause to wonder why I feel like I die a little inside when I see a wonderful story turned into a Transformers movie…


#5

There’s no way that this movie is going to live up to the expectations, but I’ll definitely be seeing it when it opens.


#6

Mostly, but it also looks like they watched The Matrix too many times.

Now they have to remake Pandora in the Crimson Shell.


#7

Or maybe the Matrix watched Ghost in the Shell one too many times.


#8

Not happy with the casting but I do hope the movie doesn’t suck


#9

No, the original doesn’t have that magic floating while dual wielding thing. I don’t think.


#10

I think I know what you’re talking about. That doesn’t really seem like that big of a deal, though. We don’t want it identical, and how we portray action in movies has changed a lot in the last 20 years. It still fits with the character of the major having abilities far above the average human.


#11

Look into my owl eyes. Report back on the film. Report back. Report. Report…


#12

There’s already a live action version of Ghost in the Shell:


#13

And so Lucy Liu hangs on to the title “the only Asian woman to ever land a major role in big-budget Hollywood action film” for yet another year.


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