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Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by hathaross on Wed Jan 22 2014, 12:45

I have made a new thread because I didn´t know where to put his one.
I guess here we can put all the news about their lifes on the set and curiosities.

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Vegetables and grilled hake for the star

Clooney avoided privileges to lunch, he poured himself between available supplies and took refuge in her trailer, identified as 'Frank'

The stars also eat. After the early start to roll, George Clooney must had be hungry yesterday, because he was the first to go down from the set of Prince Felipe Museum of the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia when, just after 12.40 pm, the director decreed the lunch break. The protagonist of Tomorrowland refused privileges and mixed with the rest of the team (no more than 250 people with extras) in the area of catering. Some technical recognized after pleasantly surprised, to meet him at his side, as another one.

Among the dishes ready to serve, Clooney chose a light meal: An 'excellent' grilled hake, according to those who shared their choice accompanied by some vegetables. And mineral water to ease digestive transit.

The actor chose this healthy diet and refused a row of salads, cold shrimp, onion rings, white rice and shredded beef, among other provisions. Provided by menu, took the tray and looked for the quiet of his trailer, identified in the door with the name of the character in the film (Frank).

He did not last long the rest, because the machinery again start at 13.15 and the set began to fill with technicians.

Soon the shooting resumed their activity. Always at a distance impossible for the traveler to identify action shifts unless the use of binoculars.

This circumstance made it more attractive for some of the curious who came to the area outside the amount of television cameras and photography vying for the greater goal. "Can you see it or not?" (Clooney, obviously), asked the least shy.

And while, in the other big set constructed at the entrance of the Palau de les Arts, some experts conducted tests for jumps in the air with harnesses hung with two cranes. The opera house, with the appearance deteriorated by removing the medium cover , it was the other attraction for walkers. "Here and there, a movie, another" one woman said her husband ironically.


I tried my best to be understood for everybody.


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Re: Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by Lighterside on Wed Jan 22 2014, 12:48

Thank you so much for the translation, hathaross and for taking the time to find all the pictures and videos that you've provided.  It's very nice to have the local people helping us to keep informed!   Thumbs up!

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Re: Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by hathaross on Wed Jan 22 2014, 12:54

It is a pleasure Wink

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Re: Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by silly girl on Wed Jan 22 2014, 13:00

Yes thanks....glad to see he likes to mingle....

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Re: Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by melbert on Wed Jan 22 2014, 13:02

Great job Hathaross!  In reading the article and remembering what George said about Vancouver, sounds like there is some flying around by the actors.  Hanging by wires.

Silly, I think I've read several times that George "mingles" with his crews.

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Re: Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by chiki on Wed Jan 22 2014, 16:16

Thanks, Hathaross! Great job  Wink 

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Re: Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by Mazy on Wed Jan 22 2014, 17:25

Really nice article, thanks Hathaross. George never seems to act like he is better than anyone else. xxx

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Re: Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by amaretti on Wed Jan 22 2014, 18:34

The set food sounds healthy and delicious .

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Re: Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by Carla97 on Wed Jan 22 2014, 19:29

Hmmm Hanging by wires, he would have made or would be an excellent James Bond!  Wink 

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Re: Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by Nicky80 on Wed Jan 22 2014, 22:13

Thanks Hathaross, great article, I love those stories.

Poor guy he had a very short lunch break. So he must be a fast eater  Wink 

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Re: Life on the set of Tomorrowland and Valencia

Post by it's me on Wed Jan 22 2014, 22:23

probably
he also got something light Smile

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