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  • Bloody Day at MGM

    Well, we were at MGM Studios today, filming in the normally-restricted alleyway in Streets of America. Our film required stage blood, and lots of it. Needless to say, things got a bit messy. Though the area is restricted, guests can still see into it, so there were quite a bit of stares from people. This was a sort of test project, doing a one-shot, 30 second long short film. The premise was a man killing a prostitute. Not exactly a family-friendly plot. Anyhoo, we hosed off most of the blood, but there's still a few pink stains so if you're ever passing by the alley (the gate in back of an ice-cream stand), look for the ledge/banister thing next to the stairs leading down.

    At one point, a guy asked if we were filming a new Disney movie...






    Have you faced the Yeti?

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    Nasty!

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    • #3
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      EW, EW, EWWWW!!!

      What were you filming for???

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        I'm actually more suprised about something being filmed in the Studios other than a Disney commercial, more than I am the phony blood.

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          I'm assuming this is or the film-making/producing camp that they have dow there, no? I've always wanted to do it... but never have...
          BLOCK - PARTY - BASH
          I'm gonna sing it; from the heart behind these hands

          Please do not put on your safety goggles until you are safely seated inside the theater safely

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          • #6
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            Mother!...Blood!
            Warning: Portions of this attraction are intense and may not be appropriate for younger children.

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            • #7
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              Wow...that blood's pretty....bloody.
              MCDADMCA

              ^clicky clicky^

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              • #8
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                Coming soon from Disney...

                "How to Kill a Hooker"

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                • #9
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                  Yeah, it's for the New York Film Academy.

                  Actually, all that blood was a bit unnecessary, but I figured it made it look more like authentic California.

                  Have you faced the Yeti?

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                  • #10
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                    nice pics. Looks very unfortunate.

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                    • #11
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                      So this movie of yours, is it a light comedy, or what?
                      Tref ...

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                      • #12
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                        Really not much of anything, I guess you could call it Horror/Suspense.

                        Have you faced the Yeti?

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                        • #13
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                          Originally posted by MickeyMania
                          I'm actually more suprised about something being filmed in the Studios other than a Disney commercial, more than I am the phony blood.
                          No kidding. Blood? Whatever. Filming?!? WTF?!?! )

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                          • #14
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                            Is it for "Pretty Woman 2"?
                            If Roberts and Gere reprise their roles I'd pay to see that.


                            "I'm gettin' kind of fond of you, kid.
                            Not that I want to pick out curtains or anything."

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