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‘We Are the Guinea Pigs’: Hollywood Restarts Its Blockbuster Machine (New York Times ) 13 August 2020
Things are very different on “Jurassic World: Dominion,” one of the first major Hollywood studio films to restart production since the coronavirus pandemic led to a global shutdown in March. Before agreeing to return to Pinewood Studios outside London, Ms. Howard and other members of the cast grilled producers and executives from the studio behind the movie, Universal, through a series of Zoom calls and emails about what precautions were being taken.
Ms. Howard now knows everything from how to attach her microphone before filming — she does it herself outside, with help from her dresser, as a boom operator wearing a mask and a shield instructs them — to the person who makes her bed at the luxury hotel Universal has rented out for 20 weeks for the cast and crew.
“Until now, actors were not really included in prep,” Ms. Howard said in a phone interview, referring to the moviemaking process as “a need-to-know-business.” “But in order to get any of us on a plane, we had to thoroughly understand the protocols, who was involved and hear second and third opinions. We are the guinea pigs who are going to take the leap.”
Hollywood has been unable to restart production on its own soundstages in California because of surging infections in the state, plodding negotiations with unions over protocols and the time it takes to get test results. So big movie studios, under pressure to get their production assembly lines running again, have focused on overseas shooting. The “Avatar” sequels are filming again in New Zealand. Sony Pictures has “Uncharted,” its adaptation of a popular video game, going in Berlin.
Leading the way is Universal, with “Jurassic World” and a 107-page safety manual that details everything from the infrared temperature scanners the cast and crew encounter upon arrival to the vacuum-sealed meals provided by masked workers standing behind plastic partitions in the takeout-only cafeteria. Its safety protocols are serving as a model for other studios, showing Marvel, for instance, how to resume shooting “Shang-Chi” two weeks ago in Australia.
Roughly 750 people are involved in the $200 million production of “Jurassic World,” which restarted on July 6, and the set would normally be a hive of activity.
But Universal has divided the production into two categories. The larger one is made up of the departments that don’t need access to the set during filming, like construction and props. The more exclusive category, called the Green Zone, includes the director, the cast and only essential crew, like camera operators and the sound department.
The result, Ms. Howard said, is comparable to a “closed set,” which in pre-pandemic times was typically used for physically intimate scenes.
Those working inside the Green Zone receive Covid-19 tests three times a week, and the sets are fogged with an antiviral mist before each use. The chairs that the actors sit in between takes are surrounded by orange cones to remind people to remain socially distant. When there is more lag time during a day, the cast can retire to a special Green Zone “living room,” complete with couches, blankets, lamps and plants. There are numerous sinks, and each time someone leaves or enters the Green Zone, he or she must wash hands.
The aim is to keep everyone healthy — and thinking less about coronavirus and more about roaming the earth with dinosaurs.
“We are able for this little moment to be in the world that we’re creating and leave the rest of the world behind,” the director, Colin Trevorrow, said in a phone interview.
“Jurassic World: Dominion,” scheduled for release next July, is more than just the sixth installment in a franchise that has collected close to $2 billion at the global box office. It is a chance for Hollywood to see if it can move past the many industry woes the pandemic has laid bare — from closed movie theaters to an audience that has become increasingly comfortable watching premium films from the couch.
Hollywood studios have kept the profits coming in recent years by focusing on potential blockbusters based on known intellectual property, largely because such films power so many ancillary businesses and are almost guaranteed to draw people to the movie theater. “Jurassic World” is a perfect example. It is a merchandising machine, and NBCUniversal is counting on it to bring life to its struggling theme parks; a tie-in “Velocicoaster” is under construction at Universal Orlando Resort in Florida.
Donna Langley, the head of Universal’s Filmed Entertainment Group, called the return to production “symbolic for the industry.”
“If a production of this magnitude can successfully manage through the uncertainties of filming amid a pandemic, and keep people working and the production pipeline moving, there is a light at the end of the tunnel for film shoots of all sizes to create safe and sustainable environments,” said Ms. Langley, who also leads Los Angeles County’s economic task force centered on getting Hollywood back up and running.
Cases are still too high in Los Angeles County — and the number of available tests and labs to process them too low — for large productions to move ahead. A movie starring Ben Affleck was five weeks from beginning production there when the virus shut it down. The producers thought about Austin, Texas, before cases rose there.
Now, the producer, Mark Gill, is looking to London. “It is virtually impossible to shoot anywhere in the U.S. right now,” he said.
Universal chose to move forward with “Jurassic World” because, despite being a major action-adventure film, it required few real locations, a minimum of extras and only a relatively small cast. The film had also begun production in England shortly before the pandemic shut things down, making it easier to get it up and running again.
Trying to create a safe environment included procuring some 18,000 Covid tests and 150 hand sanitizer stations. The costs associated with the safety protocols total roughly $9 million and include the expenses from renting out an entire hotel, people involved with the production said.
The studio got testing guidance from Your Doctor, a private medical conglomerate in London. One general practitioner works with the production full time, along with four nurses in temperature-taking stations at the set’s entrance. There are also a handful of on-set medics.
The cast is tested every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Crew members who don’t interact with the cast as frequently and can wear protective equipment at all times are tested less often.
Renting out the hotel for the duration of the shoot — a move that Mr. Trevorrow called a “bananas idea” — was also key.
“For Laura Dern, Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum and all our actors, they were very cautious,” he said. “But knowing that we would all be safe together is what really moved the needle. If they hadn’t been willing to come, nothing could have happened.”
Those involved with the production were each quarantined for 14 days upon arrival. After that, they were free to roam the hotel. Masks are optional, and no social distancing is required. (Every hotel staff member is tested three times a week.) People eat breakfast together, have access to the gym (and a virtual trainer) and the pool, and play Frisbee on the hotel lawn every Sunday. Some of the cast traveled with their makeup and hair people. Mr. Goldblum took his wife, two toddlers and two nannies.
“We rehearse on Sundays after Frisbee, every scene that we’re going to shoot that week,” said Mr. Trevorrow, who wrote the script with Emily Carmichael. “We work dialogue together. All of those questions that usually come up on set — ‘Why would my character say this?’ — all of that is addressed before.
One complication involved Chris Pratt, one of the film’s stars, whose wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger, was about to give birth. Universal worked with the British government and the British Film Institute to secure a quarantine exemption that deemed entertainment workers essential, meaning they could fly into the country and go straight to work.
Mr. Pratt was with the production for three weeks at Pinewood, then flew home to be with his wife for their baby’s birth, and will return to England at the beginning of September. The production will then move to Malta, the Mediterranean island, for eight days before returning to Pinewood for seven more weeks. Once Mr. Pratt arrives on Malta, he will be tested three times in five days before he is cleared to rejoin the production.
Four crew members in Britain have tested positive for the coronavirus since early July. Two had yet to be on the set. They were quarantined for two weeks, and after three negative tests were permitted to return to work. The other two were similarly isolated, as was everyone they had been in contact with. No one has become seriously ill, the studio said. (Of the crew members who were sent to Malta in advance, four tested positive. They have been put into isolation.)
“After being on set, all of us actors hope that these protocols stay in place,” Ms. Howard said. “Because they are improvements. Nothing feels like a redundancy, nothing feels annoying. It is in a sense a safety reckoning that still feels like a good idea in a post-Covid-vaccine world.”
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The Villains of Chuck
I'll start with the villains I like first as I don't want this to be purely negative (not in chronological order or preferential order):
- Alexi Volkoff: I don't think this should surprise anyone. Unlike certain other villains that we're just meant to fear because reasons, the show really did well with "show don't tell", regarding Volkoff. From the start of season 4, we see Casey and Sarah struggle with their latest mission and have spent months on it, only to be captured without finding out who they're even after. It is one thing to be a successful arms dealer, but Volkoff's appearance was not even known to the CIA. He posed as Frost's handler, and was able to locate and destroy Orion's base as a result. Sarah and Chuck should have died too, had Frost not saved them. That is an understandable mistake on his end, as it is later revealed that he tests "double agents" by having them murder their former associates. We see how ruthless he is when Chuck and Sarah were "holding Frost hostage", as he would rather just kill them all including Frost, rather than negotiate. We see how intelligent he is with the hydra network, even if his associates are captured they won't have much to spill as no one knows anything more than they, need to or even where to find that information. Choosing his 6'8 bodyguard to be "hydra" was pretty smart, as for one, he's unlikely to get captured and even if he is, no one really expects the muscle to know anything. Before he's arrested, he manages to free himself from the chair Chuck tied him to ( granted it was revealed to be Chuck's plan all along, but it is impressive that someone who has the resources to have everything done for him, possessing the skillset to escape and fight by himself). Even when he's arrested, we can't really tell if he actually saw the light, as we see him being cooperative but still seemed menacing. One of my favorite quotes in the series: "Remember, family and friends are everything. Money,greed and power are a dance with satan, and he looks like me." So in short, he's cunning, intelligent, skilled, ruthless, unpredictable and funny. It was just a shame that he got captured so quickly.
- Mr.Colt: His only appearance was in Chuck vs the first date, but I enjoyed it. We see him dangle Chuck off rooftops twice like it is nothing ( keep in mind that Zach Levi weighs around 200 pounds at this point) and that he was capable of easily tracking down team Bartowski. I loved his humor and that he was still able to be menacing despite being charismatic and funny.
- Ty Bennett: Casey's former Sensei. Like Colt, he only appeared in 1 episode but he's made quite the impression. He breaks into a facility that was heavily manned nearly undetected, and quickly takes down Casey before escaping. He's also had one of my favorite quotes in the series "A wise man always treats a stranger with respect. for he could be gazing on the face of an enemy." He says this after crushing Morgan's soda can with one hand.
- Riley: Volkoff's lawyer. I thought it was pretty stupid how he held Vivian at gunpoint to convince her to take her father's place, I would have much preferred if he continuously intervened with her life to prevent her from doing something else. Either way, Ray Wise just plays the villain pretty well. He's intimidating, he's smart and he's organized. He was pretty solid especially for a minor character.
- Vincent: He was just so persistent that he just seemed unstoppable. Even though it isn't the fanciest quote, I did like his quote regarding it being unprofessional not to kill someone.
- Leader: Sets a trap for Team Bartowski and allowing Jill to shoot him, just to access the CIA database. He's had a good interaction with Chuck
Leader: Never say that.
Chuck: Why is that?
Leader: Because you don't know who you're playing against
He delivers on that, considering Chuck's plan didn't factor in Leader's ability to kill Sarah and Casey through the bulletproof cells.
- Vivian: Honestly, I thought Lauren Cohan did really well with what she was given. It was just weird to turn a supposedly sweet girl into a villain just because the CIA lied to her, as well as completely trusting the man who pulled a gun on her in their first interaction (Riley) very quickly. I think one thing they could have added to accelerate her turn would be referencing Manoosh ( Chuck's asset that Chuck put in a cage with no trail or crime). They don't even have to bring the character back, they could have just had Vivian walk into a dark cell and say something like "Hello, Manoosh, I heard Charles Carmichael put you in here and you're going to tell me everything". They could have her repeat what he says like "So he played you, pretended to let you go, only to be tranqued in the back, and put you in a cage without committing any crime"? Something along those lines, to give context to people that may have missed the episode or just forgot the character's name. It would be believable, as we know that Volkoff has a huge reach and pretty much can do anything he wants.
- Decker: He's described as being the CIA's toughest agent by Casey and Casey admits that Decker terrifies him. He's supposed to be the man sent to kill the badasses who are assigned to kill people that know things that they shouldn't. We don't really see much of that, and it is even worse when Shaw reappears and reveals that Decker was a lackey all along. Chuck blackmails Decker and he doesn't backoff, yet Shaw, who is in prison is able to blackmail him? All he had to do was remove the intersect out of Shaw and deny what Shaw is saying. Shaw has absolutely no credibility. How he's able to fire Chuck, overriding General Beckman who literally says that she's his superior, after Team Bartowski takes down Volkoff is beyond me. We didn't really see him do anything impressive in action.
- Jill Roberts: From everything we learned about Jill, I just expected way more out of her. We see her betray Chuck ( for the second time), putting him and his team at risk of death by leading Leader to Castle ( she bypassed the lie detector by saying it wasn't a trap) and she was willing to shoot Sarah herself, then she has a sudden change of heart? When Chuck enlists her help after she's incarcerated,she knows that no deal they give her will be real, yet she helps anyway? After all those years doing as Fulcrum says, she's going to put a target on her back, FOR NO PAYOFF? Instead of escaping when the chance arises, she goes to save Chuck who then lets her escape and gives her the CIA ring. We never see her again. The CIA doesn't want her back in Custody? Fulcrum don't want her head for betraying them? I know Chuck the show doesn't really have any realistic consequences to anything, but sheesh.
- Shaw: Honestly, I don't know how some people consider him to be the best villian of the show, him and Quinn are by far the worst in the show in my opinion, and I don't think it is even close. For one, his turn to the dark side was predictable. He was an ass so it wasn't like he was just going to go away by himself. The fact that he was just a dick to everyone, an incompetent spy and a shitty mentor, by coming in between Chuck and Sarah, and then rubbing it in Chuck's face, prevents his turn from having any emotional affect on the viewer. I don't know if the plan was originally to have Bryce be the person who turns against them and Matt just wasn't available, but its weird to make someone so unlikable change sides, could have just made him a villain from the start. What is worse, is that the writers don't even take advantage of his closeness to Team Bartowski. Other than team acknowledging he knows everything there is about them and him calling Sarah, "Sam", as a villain, his time as a "good" guy didn't really lead to anything. Even without knowing them, he would want Sarah dead for killing his wife. Take, James Keller, who recruited Casey into his black ops team and uses knowledge about Casey like 20 years later to track him down, uses Casey's status as a loner to use him, thinking that Casey would not have someone watch his back and use his weakness of caring about Kathleen against him. Yet Shaw who pretty much lived with Team Bartowski for ages, supposedly knows everything about them including their habits didn't come close to what Keller was able to do who doesn't even know present John Casey. We never saw Shaw just go after Sarah and Chuck using that valuable knowledge, by catching them when they're hanging out with family or anything like that. When he takes Sarah to France to kill her, he just expects Chuck to walk away and let him do it. You know, the guy that brought his friends as a distraction to get Shaw away from Sarah on their date in their restaurant, just to try to win her back AND when they're actually together... he expects Chuck to just watch him kill her? Then we have him somehow survive getting shot 3 times and drowning with no one being there to save him, and the plot is even dumber. The CIA records have him trying to kill Sarah and supposedly dead, yet he's just going to take General Beckman's place? Then we see him get caught, because he didn't see a scenario of a building full of CIA agents overhearing him say his grand plan ( even if he didn't assume Chuck would use LITERALLY THE ONLY PLAY HE HAS LEFT BY EXPOSING HIM),and sends a text message using his ring PHONE IN FRONT OF A ROOM FULL OF CIA AGENTS.Then, at the buymore instead of just shooting Chuck, you know he decides not to continue the trend of doing the one smart thing he did, by shooting Orion instead of going into a fight he doesn't know he can win, he decides to just disarm. It is weird how he has this weird vendetta against Chuck, he admits its to get to break Sarah, so just shoot him like she shot his wife? Then when he returns in Season 5, he somehow forgets that Chuck is good with computers and doesn't anticipate Chuck putting the virus in his intersect 3.0. But I guess we already knew that Shaw is a great spy
- Quinn: He's not smart, it took Morgan retracing his steps for him to track Team Bartowski whom he's supposedly been tracking all throughout the show's history. He's not scary, he looks more like a couch potato than a spy. He appears in 3 episodes and should have died on multiple occasions if it wasn't for plot armor. Back to him not being smart, he's constantly threatening Team Bartowski ( like Grabbing Casey's daughter) and not really anticipating a reaction. Casey, who killed Keller over his fiance that he hasn't contacted in forever, wouldn't just shoot Quinn on sight when his daughter was safe. I don't really know what to write tbh, I guess he's like the one time there were consequences in the show by Sarah losing her memory, but he's never demonstrated being good at anything.
- Fulcrum: As a whole, what are their motivations? We get the "government uses outdated technology" so we need to replace them, but is that it? Fulcrum don't have a working intersect, so the whole "outdated" thing doesn't even make sense. You'd think agents killing themselves instead of talking, would be do it to protect an organization that is more organized, and have some kind of goal.
- The Ring: We here from General Beckman that the Intersect is the only hole in Fulcrum's armor and then we learn Fulcrum is only a small part of the ring. Yet we have never really seen a real threat? Even in the season 2 finale, we see them talk about how "no one stops us", just before the guy WHO WAS ALONE IN THE INTERSECT ROOM, stops them. I know we're just meant to see how cool the new intersect is, but its annoying because the power isn't consistent and he gets his ass kicked a lot ( nonintersect Shaw 1v1 in vs the other guy for example), it just makes them look pathetic. Then, they just turn into Shaw's bitches who already sucks without throwing anything else into the mix.
- Justin Sullivan: The guy who tricked Ellie. He's one of the main reasons I don't like Ellie, his story that made her trust him is just laughable. I didn't even see the scene where he makes a phone call in Africa talking about giving Devon malaria symptoms. Its just obvious when a person follows you into another country they're either a weirdo stalker in love with you or they just want to use you or kill you. He never told her what she was protecting her father from and she didn't find it weird to put A TRACKER on her Dad? If no one can find him, WHY DOES HE NEED PROTECTION? This wouldn't be annoying if Ellie wasn't a doctor and wasn't depicted as being smart in numerous other occasions.