In an interview, @alexwolffofficial explains that he wanted to actually break his own nose for the scene where his character slams his head into a desk. Director @ari.aster respectfully declined that offer and told Wolff they'd give him a soft, cushioned desk for the scene. When it was time for the scene to be shot, Wolff slams his head into the desk only to discover that the top was foam and the bottom was hard. He dislocated his jaw (which is a previous injury the actor has had) for the scene. 🎥: Hereditary (2018)
In #HowtoTrainYourDragon (2010), the hesitation Toothless shows during the famous "touch" scene was actually an animation error. However, it looked so perfect that the animators chose to leave it in the film.
Rigor Mortis (2019) - Written and Directed by the @KinnaneBrothers We're excited to announce our short comedy will be premiering at @austinfilmfest this October! Let us know if you’re attending #AFF26 and we'll try to connect!
(Spoiler Warning) #MillicentSimmonds actually made #JohnKrasinski cry on set with a suggestion to change an important part of the script. During the climactic scene between Lee and his kids (in the truck), the original script just had him signing "I love you." However, Simmonds suggested that he should sign "I've ALWAYS loved you," which made Krasinski cry.
A Quiet Place (2018) • Directed by: John Krasinski • Written by: Bryan Woods, Scott Beck (@BeckandWoods) & John Krasinski (@JohnKrasinski) • Draft: Shooting Draft