David Tennant, Billie Piper, Catherine Tate, and John Barrowman goofing around on set during the filming of The Stolen Earth/Journey’s End
“I THOUGHT YOU WERE A TERRORIST”
One of the things I love about the job is that you’re working with people who are interpreting characters and presenting characters and one of my favorite bits of directing is exploring these characters with your actors who make them real. -David Yates (directing/chatting with Brendan Gleeson, Natalia Tena, Helena Bonham Carter, Emma Thompson, Matthew Lewis, Michael Gambon and Ralph Fiennes)
This pic has endless possibilities.
Hermione and Krum Dance BTS | HP Wizards Collection
I think it’s really sad that we don’t have Confidential any more because the fans are fascinated with the making of Doctor Who and the personalities involved.
We will be doing lots of content that will be in smaller chunks on the site. It won’t be related to the Confidential brand because it was a BBC decision to let that go. But we have a team of people on set coming up with some really fun features.
Behind The Scenes of Harry Potter & The Order of The Phoenix
Some clips of Benedict playing Peter Guillam in TTSS.
Mark: “Where’s the Gag Reel?”
Benedict: “Where is the Gag Reel?”
Steven: “We’ve gotta get those two great falls onto this DVD somehow.”
Tom Hiddleston with his body doubles in the background, for the multiplication scene in The Avengers. Taken from Alex Kip’s (one of the body doubles) website.
Sherlock - “Behind the Scenes”
We’re in Gloucester Cathedral in January and it is freezing. Jeremy Irons has admitted to wearing long johns and Tom Hiddleston says he’s been piling the layers on too, but mainly on his top half “because otherwise it’s a mission to go to the loo”. The director, Richard Eyre, has a very large Michelin-man coat on. “I’ve found a radiator!” sobs one of the extras.
The actors are midway through a key scene from Shakespeare’s Henry IV part one, an exchange that constitutes one of the great dressings-down in literature. Sporting a cloak and furs over those thermals, as well as a thorny beard, Irons is playing the king in a rage, tearing strips off Hiddleston, humble and ashamed as Henry IV’s errant son, Prince Hal.
Eyre allows Irons to do his whole speech – over 60 lines – for each take, so the actor can reach a sufficient state of fury. And when Irons can’t remember the words he fills the air with expletives – “Don’t you f——— interrupt me” – to keep up the mood. (read more)