We Can’t Believe These TV Show Moments Actually Aired
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Sometimes actors pass away at inopportune moments like right before a movie is completed. This leaves the director and cast in solemn moods and poses obstacles such as what to do with the characters. Luckily technology can help digitally restore them.
Paul Walker was digitally restored thanks to technology and his two brothers in Fast and Furious 7.
Philip Seymour Hoffman was able to still be in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay using prior footage.
Peter Cushing was digitally restored for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story years later. Guy Henry, an actor who had similar facial features was used to get the mannerisms just right.
Ridley Scott shelled out $3.2 million so Proximo could still be around for the climax of his 2000 released movie Gladiator.
Sir Laurence Olivier was brought back from the dead to portray a villainous hologram.
Marlon Brando was brought back from Superman: The Movie to play in Superman Returns released in 2006.
Brandon Lee was killed in a tragic on-set incident where a live gun was fired. The filmmakers had to put in close to 600 extra hours and spend $8 million to finish the movie.
Roy Scheider passed away right before finishing Iron Cross. They had to use a latex mask and CGI to restore the actor.
Although Bruce Lee passed away five years prior to finishing Game of Death, the director still wanted to finish using doubles, prior footage, and a cardboard cutout of Lee’s face.
John Candy died of a heart attack on set in 1994 filming Wagons East. They had to use special effects to digitally move him from one scene to another and in another one used a previous scene and superimposed it with a different colored background.
It is unfortunate these actors died but cool that they lived on thanks to technology.
The popular Nielsen rating system just released findings and boy are you in for a surprise. The average viewer consumer 5 hours and four minutes of TV per day. If you calculate it up for the week it comes to a weekly total of 35 hours and 28 minutes. That’s almost a full time job. Breaking Bad blows up Gus Fring’s face and shows it half burnt to us. House of Cards throws its main characters in front of a bus so unexpectedly your heart leaps from its chest. Jimmy Kimmel lets the world know his girlfriend is with Matt Damon. HBO’s Girls, have its actor get on all fours and do the unthinkable. Scandal airs a woman chewing through her wrist. Jersey Shore shows Snooki getting punched in the face. American Horror Story is just all around filled episode to episode, scene to scene with WTF, how was this allowed to be aired moments. South Park is another one of those how can any of this be allowed. How did they get away with saying this word so many times. Sopranos was so disappointing it should have been a criminal offense what they did to its viewers with the series ending. Game of Thrones has its most love to despise her characters do the walk of shame naked. Well, there you have it. These were some moments that probably shouldn’t have been aired on TV. Leave us your comments and don’t forget to subscribe. Thank you for watching this video.
Script by: Marco Valdez
Voice Over by: Joseph Delaney
Edited by: Simon Gilberg
BREAKING BAD: FACE OFF | 0:31
HOUSE OF CARDS TAKE THE TRAIN | 1:36
JIMMY KIMMEL I’M F***ING MATT DAMON | 2:43
HBO’S “GIRLS” GET ON ALL FOURS | 3:48
SCANDAL WRIST CHEWING | 4:49
JERSEY SHORE SNOOKI SUCKER PUNCH | 5:54
AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ALL OF IT | 6:55
SOUTH PARK S**T | 7:48
SOPRANOS CUT TO BLACK | 8:48
GAME OF THRONES SHAME. SHAME. SHAME. | 9:49
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