The filmmaker unveiled a filming technique used to stage the scene of the arrival of the Guardians in prison.
Although he is shooting Suicide Squad 2, James Gunn does not forget his Guardians of the Galaxy, who are wisely awaiting his return to Marvel Studios.
This Friday, the filmmaker shared on social networks a filming memory of the first film with the team of superheroes, now almost as popular as the Avengers. In the video, we discover an unprecedented behind-the-scenes glimpse, which enlightens us about how the prison scene was put together! “Group loop for GotG Vol.1, where Gamora and company enter the Kyln.” Changing the microphone players in the microphone adds dynamism to the sound environment Group loops are always a fun part of the filming process. help to give life to the film “notes the filmmaker.
In the video, we discover the technique used by James Gunn to capture the sound of prison Kyln where our heroes are locked up after the riot they left on Xandar. When Gamora, the adopted daughter of the infamous Titan Fou, enters the compound, she is booed by the crowd of convicts. In order for viewers to have the same impression as the young green woman, that is, to be attacked from all sides, the filmmaker asked the actors who lend their voice to the prisoners to be mobile around the pickups. So we see them move while insulting, while the sequence scrolls on the screen. Perhaps he will use the same process in The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, whose release date has been postponed? We will have to wait before discovering it!