Lost on Mars in Special Cinema Today (07/04): Did you know that Matt Damon is a reference to The Lord of the Rings in the film. – Cinema News

Lost on Mars in Special Cinema Today (07/04): Did you know that Matt Damon is a reference to The Lord of the Rings in the film.  - Cinema News

The film is directed by Ridley Scott, responsible for the film House of Gucci, and starring Matt Damon, Donald Glover, Kristen Wiig and Jessica Chastain.

Today’s special cinema will air on Lost Mars at 9:20 pm, after that Screening of Amor de Mae, a soap opera film starring Regina Cass. In the film’s plot, astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a heavy storm and is abandoned by the crew. Alone on a hostile planet and in short supply, he must use all his resources to find a way to indicate that he is alive to his friends on Earth.

The feature film is directed by Ridley Scott, who was also responsible for Hannibal, Network of Lies and House of Gucci. The cast is produced by Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kate Mara, Kristen Wiig, Donald Glover, Chivel Ejiofor and Michael Pena. Before watching the film on Globo, check out the main curiosities behind the scenes Lost in mars.

Ease of view

In one scene, the character Rich Pernell slips and falls, after finding a way to save Mark Watney, and tells his boss “I need more coffee.” Donald Glover revealed in an interview that he actually slipped and just stood and continued acting, and the footage was retained for the final versions of the film. There shouldn’t be professionalism to burst laughter, huh?

Nasa type rocket

NASA was advised to produce the film so that they could gain a better knowledge of the aspects of space and space travel, especially with the greatest accuracy, in relation to Mars. In fact, did you know that NASA is funded by the federal government, but does not charge anyone, including any private-for-profit organizations, any fees for access and use of your files and advice? Interesting, isn’t it?

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Real life feeling

Matt Damon admitted that Mark Jahn was getting emotional by listening to the voice of Commander Lewis. Other artists had already gone home, and their pre-recorded vocals were being played to Damon from inside his space suit. When Damon began to think about how his character had been alone on Mars for two years, as if he was just listening to pre-recorded voices from artists who had already finished their scenes, he started to cry. Ridley was so impressed with Scott Damon’s performance that he shot only one scene, which was used in the film.

Even if the director doesn’t understand …

Ridley Scott said that one of the most difficult scenes to direct was how to explain to the public the hexadecimal system that Watney communicates with Earth as a code. The filmmaker admitted that even he had difficulty understanding.

Lord of the Rings reference

The meeting organized by the crew is called Project Elrond due to the Council of Allerind in the Lord of the Rings franchise. The interesting thing is that Bean was in. Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Playing the character Boromir, who was referenced in Lost on Mars.

The Buzz Lightyear costume did not please the director

While designing the space suit for the film, the costume designer looked at several of NASA’s actual Mars suits and stated that they were “exactly like a Toy Story Buzz Light suit”. Because they were heavy, even Ridley Scott did not like them, so the final designs of the costumes were adapted for a more practical and comfortable solution for the actors.

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Did Matt Damon take water to Mars?

On September 28, 2015, four days before the launch of Lost on Mars in the United States, NASA announced that it had found evidence that saline water flowed on the surface of Mars. Did Matt Damon take it? You will only know by looking at it!

About the author: Will Smith

Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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