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Stanley Kubrick's 'Napoleon', the Greatest Movie Never Made: Kubrick gathered 15,000 location images, read hundreds of books, gathered earth samples, hired 50,000 Romanian troops, and prepared to shoot the most ambitious film of all time, only to lose funding before production officially began.

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Stanley Kubrick's 'Napoleon', the Greatest Movie Never Made: Kubrick gathered 15,000 location images, read hundreds of books, gathered earth samples, hired 50,000 Romanian troops, and prepared to shoot the most ambitious film of all time, only to lose funding before production officially began. r/movies   u/BunyipPouch   vice.com  
In John Wick (2014), before the action starts, John wears his wristwatch normally. But when he goes into the "battle mode", he wears them face inside the wrist, which is the way soldiers usually do it. (So that they could see the time while holding a rifle and to avoid reflections of the glass) r/MovieDetails   u/nemoyouwontfind  
Hundreds Of Children Terrified When Movie Theatre Plays La Llorona Instead Of Detective Pikachu r/movies   u/Sklartacus   thegamer.com  
Pixar Reportedly Focusing Only On Original Films After 'Toy Story 4' & Other Recent Sequels r/movies   u/BunyipPouch   theplaylist.net  
In the movie Oblivion, the sky tower scenes used 12 projectors instead of green screens for interior shots. This meant the sky would be reflected in the actors’ eyes and on the surfaces of the house. r/MovieDetails   u/RandomStranger456123  
In Eyes Wide Shut You Can See a Painting of Stanley Kubrick’s Beloved Cat Olly r/MovieDetails   u/tronx69  
New poster of Donnie Yen's Ip Man 4 r/movies   u/TigerSharkFist  
Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day-Lewis photographed by Brigitte Lacombe on the set of "Gangs of New York", 2000 r/Moviesinthemaking   u/fat_abbot70  
My directorial debut feature film came out this week, just here to say don't stop chasing your dreams! r/Filmmakers   u/dingleberriesXL  
George Lucas with Maria de Aragón in the Greedo costume while filming Star Wars. r/Moviesinthemaking   u/Reddit__PI  
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