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by Jody Duncan

eBook Making of the Lost World epub
  • ISBN: 0345407342
  • Author: Jody Duncan
  • Genre: Entertainment
  • Subcategory: Movies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books; 1st edition (May 27, 1997)
  • Pages: 161 pages
  • ePUB size: 1885 kb
  • FB2 size 1564 kb
  • Formats lrf mobi txt mbr


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Библиографические данные. The Making of The Lost World: Jurassic Park.

The Making of Jurassic Park SeriesJody Duncan. I enjoined this book very much and I think that every one who saw this movie (The Lost World: Jurassic Park) and saw all those amazing special effects that where used in the movie, will love to read it and impress even more! 0. Report. The Making of Jurassic Park. Don Shay, Jody Duncan. Awesome book! By Thriftbooks. com User, July 13, 1998. This book is as good, if not better than the "making of" book for the first Jurassic Park Movie. It's filled with great pictures, and stories of preproduction, and production.

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It was originally published serially in the Strand Magazine and illustrated by New-Zealand-born artist Harry Rountree during the months of April–November 1912. The character of Professor Challenger was introduced in this book

The Outlying Pickets of the New World". Advancing in single file along the bank of the stream, we soon foundthat it narrowed down to a mere brook, and finally that it lost itselfin a great green morass of sponge-like mosses, into which we sank up toour knees.

The Outlying Pickets of the New World". Our friends at home may well rejoice with us, for we are at our goal,and up to a point, at least, we have shown that the statement ofProfessor Challenger can be verified. We have not, it is true,ascended the plateau, but it lies before us, and even ProfessorSummerlee is in a more chastened mood.

This and a roaring voice made up my first impression of the notorious Professor Challenger. He handed me the open book. I looked at the picture. In this animal of a dead world there was certainly a very great resemblance to the sketch of the unknown artist

This and a roaring voice made up my first impression of the notorious Professor Challenger. Well? said he, with a most arrogant stare. In this animal of a dead world there was certainly a very great resemblance to the sketch of the unknown artist. Surely it might be a coincidence. Very good, said the Professor, I will now ask you to look at this bone.

SOMETHING HAS SURVIVED . . .Steven Spielberg wowed the world with his film version of Michael Crichton's blockbuster Jurassic Park. That film's breakthrough special effects really brought dinosaurs back from extinction. Now the mighty dinosaurs are about to rule movie theaters again, with Steven Spielberg back in the director's chair and his team of brilliant effects wizards back on the job. Here is your chance to slip behind the cameras and into the studios, workshops, and locations for a look at this summer's most eagerly anticipated film, The Lost World: Jurassic Park!Share the excitement as dino-mania stirs again when Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment announce the film project and storyboard artists set to workFollow the amazing process of bringing dinosaurs to life--from the preliminary sketches to the Stan Winston Studio sculpturesWatch a computer-generated dinosaur learn to walk . . . and run . . . and eat . . . courtesy of Dennis Muren and Industrial Light & Magic's Academy© award-winning team of SFX geniusesJoin director Steven Spielberg and cast members, Jeff Goldblum, Julianne Moore, Pete Postlethwaite, Arliss Howard, Vince Vaughn, Vanessa Lee Chester, Peter Stormare, Lord Richard Attenborough, Harvey Jason, Richard Schiff, and Thomas Duffy, and producers Gerald R. Molen and Colin Wilson on the sets at Universal Studios and on location in Northern California and HawaiiSomething Has Survived. . . . Be among the very first to see just what that "something" is!From a tiny gleam in the director's eye to a magical feature release, Cinefex magazine editor Jody Duncan takes you on an eye-popping, fully illustrated whirlwind tour through a process as amazing and entertaining as the finished product.
Comments: (6)
Zorve
I didn't expect THIS much information to be in this book. It's incredibly in-depth. I had no idea about a lot of the production for this film. The DVDs/Blu-rays don't go anywhere near the amount of knowledge you'll gain from reading this. If you're a Jurassic Park fan, or a fan of how films are made in general, definitely pick this up if you can. If only Jurassic Park III had this type of book...
Yojin
This book was in great condition. My grandson loves it. Hes been watching all three movies over and over again and loves Jurasic Park.
Nirad
As a hardcore JP fan, this book was great, and showed me things even I didn't know. I also purchased The Making of Jurassic Park. Equally as great.
Hiylchis
If you're a fan of Jurassic Park, or how movies are made in general, you'd really dig this. I purchased a copy several years ago, when I was on a Jurassic Park binge. It is chock full of information on how the second Jurassic Park film was made, from conception to the final cut. It is a really neat book to read and it details just about everything you could think of. Filled with probably a couple hundred pictures, and they're all neatly labeled. My only gripe is that this book is a bit shorter and smaller in size than the first "Making Of..." book, published to accompany the first movie. Other than that, it is a great read if you can find a cheap copy.
Moonshaper
This book is as good, if not better than the "making of" book for the first Jurassic Park Movie. It's filled with great pictures, and stories of preproduction, and production. If you want a good look behind the scenes, this is what you'll want!
Hulis
I enjoined this book very much and I think that every one who saw this movie (The Lost World: Jurassic Park) and saw all those amazing special effects that where used in the movie, will love to read it and impress even more!
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