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24 Apr, 2015

CinemaCon interview


Moore criticizes releasing films simultaneously in cinemas and to on-demand services.

A movie never looks the same on television…We work very hard as creators in creating a theatrical experience.

Moore also says making independent films has boosted her career.

Working in the indie space has helped my career longevity. All of my successes – including my Oscar – sprung from these teeny tiny movies…The great parts are not going to come to you on a silver platter. You need a commercial profile so that investors will invest in something smaller that I’m in. [But] You can’t make a living doing just indie films. Hollywood isn’t in the business of creating parts for actors. They’re in the business of creating product. It’s about making a package.

21 Apr, 2015

Describes plane stunt


In a surprise visit to CinemaCon at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, Cruise talks about the experience of hanging on to the side of an Airbus A400, attached by a thin cable, for a major stunt in Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation.

I was actually scared shitless…I was in a harness, on my side, that was kind of loose so you can see the vibration of my body against the plane. I was thinking about edits [and suddenly, the wind ] takes my feet off the wing. [On the second take] I got hit by just a little particle. I literally thought it broke my ribs.

In all the scene took a whole day of shooting and eight takes.

I want to put the audience on the edge of their seats.  it gives the audience a different feeling when [the stunt] is practical.

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