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Tom Hanks' movie to film at Disneyland

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  • News Tom Hanks' movie to film at Disneyland

    I find it strange that they will film in Disneyland without much set preparation. They will use the current Disneyland "as is". The movie is set in 1961.

    "Crews will close sections of the park only during filming, and no area will be closed all day. Disney declined to say which parts would be closed. "We will be communicating that schedule to guests when they arrive on those days," Brown said."

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    They did the same thing for the modern family taping and it came out pretty convincingly. Only the trained eye could tell where the guest assistance CM's and ropes were. As for the movie filming I can't imagine many wide-angle shots being used because it would ruin the dating of the scene so it wouldn't be too hard to rope off the guests or put a curtain around the sets. There might be a lot of filming backstage too.

    I am excited about this movie though.
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      Re: Tom Hanks' movie to film at Disneyland

      Thread on this subect from yesterday.
      http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...isneyland.html
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        Re: Tom Hanks' movie to film at Disneyland

        "Use current Disneyland 'as is.'" "[Not] much set preparation."

        How did arrive at these assumptions from that article?

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          Re: Tom Hanks' movie to film at Disneyland

          Originally posted by Steve DeGaetano View Post
          "Use current Disneyland 'as is.'" "[Not] much set preparation."

          How did arrive at these assumptions from that article?
          ""Crews will close sections of the park only during filming, and no area will be closed all day"

          Filming only.

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            Re: Tom Hanks' movie to film at Disneyland

            Originally posted by StevenW View Post
            ""Crews will close sections of the park only during filming, and no area will be closed all day"

            Filming only.

            I'm not sure how you can draw any conclusions whatsoever about set design from that quote.

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              Re: Tom Hanks' movie to film at Disneyland

              Originally posted by Steve DeGaetano View Post
              I'm not sure how you can draw any conclusions whatsoever about set design from that quote.
              I agree. Nothing to see here.

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