“The snow was only a happenstance,” cinematographer Nicole Hirsch Whittaker stated. That is proper, the vital “Jupiter’s Legacy” scene during which the social gathering realizes the island is preventing them by altering the climate was unplanned. “We had been taking pictures that complete scene the place they get to the bushes, and bushes begin coming out of the bottom,” she recalled. “All of us went again to our motels and awakened within the morning, and there was two toes of snow on the bottom, which may be very Canadian. We had been like, ‘Oh my gosh, there is a snow storm.’ So mainly we bought to set, all people talked about it, and determined that is an island that is alive, so let’s embrace it.” The crew briefly thought of packing up and leaving earlier than realizing it was stunning sufficient to incorporate within the story. “In order that they began writing and inside an hour we had a brand new script.”
Not one of the crew was ready for snow, nor had been any members of the “Jupiter’s Legacy” forged dressed for it. “So it was actually chilly, however all people was identical to, ‘That is so cool. Let’s simply do it.'” Whittaker particularly provides credit score to the Canadian crew. “I’ve to only give a shout out to the digicam crew as a result of they’re used to the climate, and the climate being very unpredictable … And it was mind-boggling to me. We may by no means do this in California. Folks could be like, ‘That is insane. We will not do this.’ They’re simply so used to it. I really feel just like the Canadians sleep with their snowsuits on or one thing, I do not know. They’re wonderful.”
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