Wednesday, February 14, 2007

T minus 70 hours...

...and counting. That's how long it is 'til Day One of Production for Interplanetary. As we're still not quite ready, I'll keep this post short -- just a few photos from the last few days, starting with the beginnings of a space helmet.

We were excited when John cut the first hole (for the hose), and the sphere didn't shatter into a million pieces.

Crewless cohort Chuck Hartsell stepped in Saturday to do some 2nd unit directing. Here he is talking to actor/deputy sheriff Rod Robinson about the next shot.

John posed for a moment so I could see what kind of light we're getting from Carl's newly installed over-the-door fixture.

Tom started getting the lines of the Mars buggy defined (in steel!). I think this thing's going to end up lean and mean.

Finally, here I am, trying to actually get prepared by putting together a shot list in advance of Day One of Production.

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