Emily Blunt's Mary Poppins Returns bath scene was REAL and not CGI … like a Disney movie behind the scenes where the star slips down Chute Door
Roxy Simons for Mailonline
06:37 am EST, January 14, 2019
08:14 EST, January 14, 2019
Mary Poppins Returns has a lot of awesome visual effects, but the scene in which the nanny dived into a bathtub and entered a fantasy world under water was not made with CGI. In a look behind the scenes when making films On Saturday released by Disney, Emily Blunt can fall backwards into the bubbles and in a parachute that is rigged under the cockpit. There, the 35-year-old actress was safely captured by the crew before she crawled from the crash mats placed under her to get back on the set.
Wow! Emily Blunt's Mary Poppins Returns bath chair scene was REAL and not CGI … when Disney placed an incredible clip behind the scenes on Saturday showing her sliding chute When the film is unveiled, a voice can be heard that tells the clip and says: & # 39; It takes a lot of courage to do something like that. & # 39; Recently, during a Q & A, I explained how she performed the scene, and how important it was to & # 39; To build practical sets & # 39;. She said: "Everyone involved was insisted that as much as possible we would build practical sets that we could communicate very much with. & # 39;
No CGI: in a look behind the scenes in the movie processing process that is released on Saturday, Emily Blunt can fall backward into the bubbles
Practical effects: Emily was seen sliding down into a parachute that was rigged under the bath where members of the crew were waiting to catch her safely
Professional: the 35-year-old actress crept from the crash mats below and stepped back on set & # 39; And so what they did with the bath, which the kids thought was the best ever, was that they were actually a hole in the bottom have cut the bath and had a slide that went under the podium. In the scene, Emily was accompanied in the bath by child stars Joel Dawson, Nathanael Saleh and Pixie Davies, and she revealed that it took the young people several takes to get it right. She explained: "It was a drop – I'm going to tell you – it was fast and stylish, and then they filled the bubble bath. The children have done it twenty times and I have done it twice. & # 39; This comes after the director of the movie, Rob Marshall, revealed last week that there is already a sequel to the film in the making, and Emily goes back in the lead.
Helpful: Emily recently explained during a Q & A how she performed the scene and how important it was to put practical sets. build
Difficult: In the scene, Emily was accompanied by child stars Joel Dawson, Nathanael Saleh and Pixie Davies, and she revealed that the kids still took several takes to get it right.
Practice makes perfect: Emily said: & # 39; It was a drop – I'm going to tell you – it was fast and stylish, and then they filled the bath with bubbles. The children did it twenty times and I did it twice. & # 39; On Monday, the filmmaker, 58, revealed: & # 39; It is an early phase, but I will now say that there were eight books, so there is still a lot of great material to mine. & # 39; We worked on that incredible eight books by P.L. Travers. So, you know … When he compared the future of the film with the Star Wars and James Bond franchises, he said about the 35-year-old actress: & # 39; Emily goes on when she speaks to me about it. And if people want it, I think it will happen. The film has brought more than $ 260 million worldwide since its release in December, with critics and fans praising both its appreciation for the iconic character.
She comes back: this comes after the director of the film, Rob Marshall, revealed last week that a sequel to the film is already in the making, with Emily on return in the lead
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