n Unstoppable is released nationwide on Nov 11. SOMe very lucky StarTwo readers can watch Unstoppable way earlier than the film’s release date, courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox. Just cut out this coupon and go to Cathay Cineplex at e@Curve, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, next Tuesday (Nov 2) to redeem a pair of tickets to watch the film starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine.
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> Date: Nov 2 > Time: 9.30pm > Venue: Cathay Cineplex e@Curve, Petaling Jaya, Selangor and actually film a hulk of a train tearing along for real. Scott even got his main stars to do a couple of stunts, the less dangerous ones.
In one scene, Washington’s character is running on the top of the train, and it’s really the actor himself running on top of a train car rigged with a harness.
Apparently, Pine described scenes like that as “urine-provoking moments”. Meanwhile, Pine had to fake a jump onto the train.
So what exactly was going through Pine’s mind when doing that stunt? “In the bestcase scenario, I’m fully living the moment. I’m Will Colson. I’m thinking about saving the world. But more often than not – especially in this film – I have a lot of out-of-body moments.
“I’m sitting in the truck and we’re waiting for action and Tony Scott comes over and he’s chewing his cigar giving me a note.
“Denzel’s up there stretching getting ready to run on the train and I’m just thinking – this is pretty rad, this is my life, this is what I do for a living.
“I woke up this morning, had a breakfast burrito, a cup of coffee, I went into makeup and someone massaged my face and I’m waiting for another breakfast burrito and then I’m going to pretend to run on a train. It’s ridiculous!” concluded Pine, probably with a twinkle in his blue eyes.
because Tony Scott wanted to keep
Pine had to execute a jump in the film Unstoppable things very real.