On Tintin: "It looks an awful lot like the cartoon. They really wanted to bring the cartoon to life. So if you know the cartoon, or have seen the books, that's what it looks like. It's beautiful. You would have thought to yourself that they would have tried to go for a more realistic look, but they're actually trying to preserve the look and essence of the original 'Tintin' characters."
On Iron Man 2: "Iron Man 2 had a double-whip sequence, and I am a whip specialist. There's not very many of us in Hollywood that do double-whips. In the movie, you won't see those whips. They'll digitally replace it with other types of whips. They're going to be these super whips that have an awful lot of power. They can cut through cars, they can do an awful lot of damage. And when the movie comes out, you'll see that he doesn't do just whip-cracks and grabbing people. He lays waste to an awful lot of vehicles and street pieces and other things."
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Stunt Choreographer Gives Some Details On 'Iron Man 2' & 'Tin Tin'
Stunt Choreographer Garrett Warren gave some interesting details on 'Iron Man 2' & 'Tin Tin' in a interview with Movieline: