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It's hard enough to direct human actors in a challenging role. What if the performers aren't human at all? Hollywood movies have made stars out of almost every member of the animal kingdom, from the deadly python in "Snakes on a Plane" and the capuchin monkey in "The Hangover Part II" to the real spider actors in "Arachnophobia" and "Spider-Man." And it's up to animal trainers, wranglers, and handlers to get the performances they need out of all of these critters, tailoring their approaches to the type of animal they're dealing with and the specific tricks or actions filmmakers want to see.
Trainer Benay Karp uses peanut butter to make her parrots look like they're talking for TV jobs, while "goat mom" Scout Raskin takes advantage of her goats' natural instincts to get them to do specific movements for the camera. Meanwhile, reptile wranglers like the ones at Universal Animals use different approaches to handling venomous and non-venomous snakes for movies and TV productions. From teaching horses to fall down safely in "Game of Thrones" battles to getting a cockroach to hit its mark for a memorable scene in "Saint Maud," let's look at how trainers prepare 10 different animals and insects for some of Hollywood's biggest roles.
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@icewallowkids6628 2 yıl önce
Imagine seeing the cockroach on set and then accidentally killing it
@anushakashyap91 2 yıl önce
Or may be shouting and asking, hey is this one of ours it's just a common roach?
i’m listening to joji rn :,((
@mayonnaisedog7986 2 yıl önce
@angelfowler2241 2 yıl önce
That my friend is what I call a happy accident
@matthewbanta3240 2 yıl önce
It's funny that the hardest animal to train is the regular house cat. Also, they think that they are the ones training you. I'm sure no one is surprised by that, but it's still funny. It's all part of their charm.
@AUGGHAHAHA 2 yıl önce
i trained my cat to sit 👁👄
@nyancat.123 2 yıl önce
As kittens, they know you're the boss. Always start young when training animals, they'll be tamer
Well cat try to teach you how to hunt because they think you are weak and you can hunt for yourself, plus they could live by themselves so in a way they are the ones training you lol
@Prizzlesticks 2 yıl önce
One of the reasons scientists can't measure cat intelligence like they do with other animals is because cats don't give a flying flip, so it becomes impossible to say if a cat won't complete a task because they're dumb or because they're apathetic. Like, we're pretty sure most cats are pretty smart, but we can't qualify it because very few will accede to our tests.
I used to eat cats
@morter4596 2 yıl önce
“What do you do for a living?” “I train cockroaches”
@mikesuarez9615 2 yıl önce
@Mai-po1me 2 yıl önce
“I’m sorry, what?”
@idontknowok5632 2 yıl önce
@@Mai-po1me lol
@stratusthegoober 2 yıl önce
🏃‍♀️💨 Nope
Is someone gonna train 🪰 fly’s
@kramermariav 2 yıl önce
Ever think how confused the animals must be? Like - "my human friend likes this, I guess?"
@KinDiedYesterday 2 yıl önce
Lmao. As long as they get rewards, they will do it again
@mehere8038 2 yıl önce
except the parrots, they're too smart to get confused. Look at the videos on here of African greys, many of them have figured out how to use Alexa to meet their own needs, in some cases better than the humans can eg the parrot that keeps calling walmart & owner was shocked the first time, cause she didn't even know how to do it. Same parrot tells Alexa to turn lights on & off & music on & off to override it's owners choices lol & a lot of them seem to like adding things like strawberries to the shopping list - repeatedly!
@limiv5272 2 yıl önce
@@mehere8038 When you said parrots like adding strawberries to shopping lists, are you talking about the parrot that added farts to a shopping list?
@mehere8038 2 yıl önce
@@limiv5272 I think it was a different one, but yeh, they order farts too :) I have a feeling the fart one may have been the same as the parrot that tells it "alexa stop" repeatedly when it's owner tries to Frank Sinatra lol so I gave the strawberries example instead to make sure I had some variety of different parrots using alexa in there :)
@limiv5272 2 yıl önce
@@mehere8038 I've clearly missed some good videos
@leloup09 2 yıl önce
I can't believe there's cockroach actors and I can't even get a gig 😢
@hello_stranger4961 2 yıl önce
The likes 👌🏽
@athimahan 2 yıl önce
Even roach act better than me 😭
@MeisterGlanz86 2 yıl önce
I think you misspelled Pig
@intruder9127 2 yıl önce
@kurootetsuro246 2 yıl önce
@@MeisterGlanz86 no they meant gig
@themayo2713 2 yıl önce
I never realized that the cockroaches were trained
@hezrondharma9669 2 yıl önce
@azrajamal1121 2 yıl önce
Or spiders!
@CEOofPenguins 2 yıl önce
The more you know 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🌠
@michaelgobi3295 2 yıl önce
There's actually cases like prisoners trains cockroches to smuggle cigarettes into the prison.
@@michaelgobi3295 dang they that desperate to smoke huh
@SimulationGamer12 2 yıl önce
Had no idea the spider from Spider-Man was a real spider at all.
There's real spiders in the 2014 reboot too.
@RoCkShaDoWWaLkEr 2 yıl önce
Guess you haven't seen Arachnophobia yet, way more real spiders in that movie (plus Big Bob).
@Owlroses 2 yıl önce
Same Lol
@ex0ticnight902 2 yıl önce
@@RoCkShaDoWWaLkEr that's not what he mean to....
@quantumkyzer9700 2 yıl önce
Damn, I wonder what kind of training Stuart had to go through before filming Stuart Little.
@forkdraws7297 2 yıl önce
@@Astromimus r/wooosh
@@Astromimus r/woosh
@softbreathing4961 2 yıl önce
@@Astromimus r/wooosh
@@Astromimus r/woosh
@katerhinex 2 yıl önce
@lalalalaaAa123 2 yıl önce
They used to trip the horses, that’s so mean! 😭 Also, I have mad respect for the cockroach trainer... ick 🪳😂
@Shrimple329 2 yıl önce
I want a pet hissing cockroach so much tho 👀
@jackdaniels1749 2 yıl önce
Big cockroaches, especially the jungle big ones looks dope
@lalalalaaAa123 2 yıl önce
Y’all are brave. They freak me out! Especially if they hissed! 😭
@Shrimple329 2 yıl önce
@@lalalalaaAa123 lol they only hiss a defense mechanism but if your gentle with them theyre kinda cute tahts the one thats in the video on p sure
@mehere8038 2 yıl önce
​@@lalalalaaAa123 The reason the the American Humane Society was formed was due to the outrage when 2 horses were blindfolded & filmed galloping off a cliff pulling a carriage. The blindfolds being so that the horses didn't stop when they reached the cliff. There's been some horrendous behaviour in the film industry over the years! Children & women don't get it much better than the animals either! In fact in recent years they probably get worse (although there's still some pretty bad horror stories that come out with animals too, especially during training before the actual filming & monitoring begins, but Crystal the monkey was caught up in some outrage with the Hangover as well, being filmed outside America to avoid monitoring)
@aisadal2521 2 yıl önce
I've always wondered how they trained animals for movies and tv shows
@Auxki 2 yıl önce
God same
@ATERAH 2 yıl önce
and know you know it
@ImaPizzaK 2 yıl önce
Your 666th liker
@nekolord9134 2 yıl önce
I swear, if I was a roach trainer I would train the cockroaches in my kitchen to attack intruders.
@shanasakai2238 2 yıl önce
Sounds like a horror movie
Imagine this: You are a robber. You found a good place with a defenseless person. Or so you think. You enter through the window. Then, you hear it. Although weak, you can feel something moving. Or someone. Then, you feel it in your shoes. Then in your pants. Then, the lower part of your chest. You turn on the lights. There is a group of cockroaches surrounding you. Then, even more. Then, the so called "defenseless person" appears. "YOU HAVE MADE A HUGE MISTAKE COMING HERE", he says. "COME, MY CHILDREN. RID THIS WORLD OF IT'S EVIL". You panic. The doors are locked. The windows are locked. You break the window. Although you are still arrested, you are glad that you will never go to that house again.
@Joe-el2wx 2 yıl önce
You have cockroaches in your kitchen? Bruh
@vanessabarajas9 2 yıl önce
This sounds so cool and funny. I hate roaches.
@raisya495 2 yıl önce
@@smallstellateddodecahedron539 wattpad stories:
@valkyrie1066 2 yıl önce
I LOVED those rat scenes. Rats are smart, friendly, and learn tricks relatively easier than some other animals. Peanut butter is gold! I had a batch that travelled from the house to the park in a shoulder bag, then swarmed out to eat grass and bugs, then would return to the bag when I called. Scared the life out of a few people, but they were never in danger. The movies (Ben, Willard, etc.) Convinced people they could be trained for evil. They were trained for peanut butter, they aren't dangerous. Saved me from being burglarized in a very sketchy living area. The locals were convinced that they were trained to "attack." Nope, just to go from treats to treats, or treats to a bag. No violence involved. But no one challenged the "rat lady." Thanks, little guys.....seriously! Sweet little cuddlebugs.
You and your rats sound amazing tbh... life goals
@zerofox641 2 yıl önce
Jesus they used to straight up trip horses on movie sets?!? Those poor animals. Glad there’s a lot more care given to the animal actors these days. Also big props to the people who can train cats. Mine have trained me
@mehere8038 2 yıl önce
Notice how some species tend to appear in a lot more movies & tv shows than others? & cats aren't one of the frequent stars lol
So funny I want to tip a cow
@olgak4446 2 yıl önce
There was an old movie about war of some sort (can’t remember the name, read about it years ago) but in this movie there was a scene where calvary was breaching the river. They put BARBED WIRE to make it “realistic”. Needless to say it resulted in injuries and general distaste when it came out how they shot the movie
@kv-6289 2 yıl önce
its just on the set, they train the horses
@ellawhite185 2 yıl önce
@@kv-6289 no, in old movies they literally tripped them. Nowadays they are trained though
@charmh.422 2 yıl önce
This whole time I thought the spider in Spiderman was completely CGI. Did not know they used a real spider and just painted it. Toby was a good sport to allow it to land on him.
@finnian7031 2 yıl önce
horses are super easy to trick train if they're very food oriented. i've taught my mare how to "smile" recently. she picked it up so fast for treats
@natalieorlando6583 2 yıl önce
Why do the cockroaches sound the most like actors and actresses tho
Because they’re sensitive. There are many different species of roach, most species eat fruits and live in rainforest. The stereo typical cockroach (American cockroaches) are one of the few species that are pests, all the others are just chill roaches, many people keep tropical species as pets
@johnbaer1528 2 yıl önce
Ha... They add the same benefit to society, also.
@natalieorlando6583 2 yıl önce
@@johnbaer1528 you like marvel movies?
@itsmecaldo 2 yıl önce
@@natalieorlando6583 Stop. Please no.
@SomeGuyOnYT 2 yıl önce
@@johnbaer1528 entertainment?
@godzillaboy011 2 yıl önce
I'm glad today they treat their animal actors with care. They deserve rest after filming and some lunch break. That's how you deal with your animal actors and actresses
@BonnieAngel141 2 yıl önce
I don’t understand how it took this long for humans to realize u shouldn’t torture animals for movies. What an original idea to not trip horses over
I think its because humans are getting softer and more empathetic as time goes on
Actually people dying while filming movies was seen as normal in the 1950's
@aris7233 2 yıl önce
@@COLMECTIGAMINGANDMORE and that should’ve been okay?
@miaferrari958 2 yıl önce
@@aris7233 What a dumb comment. Why would you even imply such a thing? The point is that filmmakers at the time couldn't extend basic decency and empathy to humans, let alone to animals.
@someone-wo5nu 2 yıl önce
forget the horse, the riders on them are the real victim
@mixiesticks 2 yıl önce
I'm glad that you guys decided to put the more typical animal actors towards the end, it made the video more interesting to watch and learn about some of the more niche cases first!
@diesel_dawg Yıl önce
One of my neighbours was an extra in GoT a couple of times (jousting contest and Tyrion and Sansa's wedding), and she said that when one of the jousting horses had to fall, its legs were yanked from under it. One of her fellow female extras cried because of it.
@colemorgan3356 2 yıl önce
Oh wow, that's super impressive. I had no idea they used real animals in some of this stuff, and I had no clue they could train stuff like cockroaches, spiders, and snakes for that
@semoremo9548 Yıl önce
I still cry whenever I see a horse fall down in a movie, even if I know it's safe and it's trained. It just seems so brutal and violent because of the way they fall and because they're so big
@ituesday24 2 yıl önce
So, in old movies they literally tripped the horses that were running at full speed...That's awful 🥺
@Elyhhk 2 yıl önce
@katietaylor8314 2 yıl önce
It really is. Mind you, back then they were also pretty cavalier about endangering the lives of human beings on set. During the filming of the 1928 "Noah's Ark" movie, multiple extras drowned and others were maimed, and the director basically said "Hey, they took their chances". You can even see the poor bastards on camera, struggling to escape the ridiculously unsafe flooding effects.
@katmossa3503 2 yıl önce
Wow they had theses horses running at top speed only trip them by invisible wires. Im glad we now know how to train them
@ebbiebean9385 2 yıl önce
It’s not only dangerous for the horses, the riders must have been hurt when the horses collapsed like that so quickly
@katmossa3503 2 yıl önce
@@ebbiebean9385 Yeah but im sure they were prepared for it and were trained
@erinaa9486 2 yıl önce
Did they just constantly snap the horses' legs or what? 😢
@KittyALevin 2 yıl önce
People have known how to train them for centuries; you can find videos of Cossacks laying down their horses in the early 1900s and they were using traditional techniques. Hollywood just considered horses disposable until recently. Actually, they considered basically everyone disposable - people died on some of those old sets.
@downhomesunset 2 yıl önce
@@ebbiebean9385 The people knew where the wires were, they had a chance
@MHaffiezMNazri 2 yıl önce
Let's sink in on the fact the roach has a double, who in turn is also her biological sister 😂
@CatchThesePaws 2 yıl önce
I love the difference between cats and dogs like “they think they’re training you” and “it’s hard to train them to do nothing” haha
@mook_butt8037 2 yıl önce
The theme park I work at has supplied a lot of animals for movies. It’s actually really cool to know that I’ve worked around some big animal stars.
@QueenBetty2023 2 yıl önce
Yeah, trip wire on horses is cruel, and saying cockroaches are small when that thing was the size of a rat? Nope.
@old_yeller4251 2 yıl önce
@Mythical Not back then. Back then they didnt give a shit about the animal. They did whatever they wanted with them as long as they got the movie shot they wanted
@helenovsk Yıl önce
I should have skipped the cockroaches part, I will have nightmares with those images in my mind now 😭😭😭😭😭 Those are so BIG, I hope I never meet one like this ever
@WorryWitch 2 yıl önce
I love that the goat in the witch movie was just super stoked when he was acting "scary" lol
@ink4492 2 yıl önce
Most captive bred snakes can be trained. From my experience they do tend to only respond to the person that trained them though so that can be a real problem. I have a bullsnake that’s trained to fallow my hand if rub my fingers together. I’ve also trained garter snakes to stand upright like a a cobra when someone held two fingers out and lifted them up in front of them snakes. Takes a long time to train them but it can be immensely helpful. Colubrids seem to pick up on the training faster than boas and pythons. Pythons you can get some good training in by using a warm object though dud to their heat pits. Training them is limited but not outright impossible.
@Yarblocosifilitico 2 yıl önce
When they told me "you can be whatever you want", they should have specified that cockroach trainer was an option.
@micah4029 2 yıl önce
I have a lot of respect for the animal trainers/managers/wranglers. They have what seems like a really difficult job and the average movie/show viewer doesn't even think about it.
@SonicBoone56 2 yıl önce
It's so rad seeing cockroaches being trained. Makes having them as pets seem all the more exciting!
@Urkelsgrandma Yıl önce
I remember reading that the wolves in Twilight needed CGI tails because they were always so excited on set that their tails kept wagging
@renesmeeorlin9997 2 yıl önce
"cats are the most difficult to train" I feel like my cat is smarter than me sometimes
@Elyhhk 2 yıl önce
i don't.get it...why do u habe this pfp and this name and then comment things like this ...its weird🤮
@BlenderStudy 2 yıl önce
2:58 Wow, I had no idea they used a real spider for that scene. Thank you for the update, Insider..!!
@zhnpzlv_ 2 yıl önce
now i know it was right to say "the animal is a paid actor" after all.
@ATERAH 2 yıl önce
Yes, it will be correct to say that
I’ve been training my cat to sit, stop, move from walk, to trot, to canter, and to lay down! I’ve made progress with no treats, instead, once they do what I asked, I pet and say the reward word witch is “good” and it they don’t do what I asked I say “oops” and then “try again”
4:39 The "rope on the leg" can be very stressful for a horse as they are forced down. even if it doesn't cause them physical harm if down correctly, they will still most likely have trama. It's like being tripped in the school hallways for us, even if the floor was carpeted it can still scare us to death.
@thelolfrog Yıl önce
It would be so cool if you only need to train one of a kind and tells them to talk to the others on how to do things.
@budgiebreder 2 yıl önce
Partots are one of the few animals that can be trained to speak in human on cue as well as do physical tricks like roll over, carrying objects and walking to a fixed point. They are also able to fly! Super smart and epically awesome. Honestly why would you want to use a cockroach in a movie when you could use a bird? Im honestly not sure on that but whoever trained those roaches. Thanks for doing what i will never do! At least someone is more game than i am! Note: my bird does all the above tricks as well as so many others... and he isnt a movie bird. he is currently learning to roller skate. And im 100% seriously telling the truth here. Oh and unlike the monkey, my bird is toilet trained. It was his first “trick”
@j-j-jingles4797 2 yıl önce
Something that I find funny is when dogs play wolves, generally a husky, they pull an aggressive face. They get trained to snarl, but the VFX people need to edit out the wagging tails, becuase the dogs are so exited!😂
@RodneyKimbangu 2 yıl önce
Until one day my lead actor brought his emotional support chicken on set for a difficult scene, and she ate the actors (the roaches)... 🥺
@TequilaPrincessMx 2 yıl önce
hahahahaha that was so funny!
@_rmunei_8966 2 yıl önce
*wait wait wait wait-* *Is the cockroaches a actress too????* *Im just asking just in case-*
@harrycain5912 2 yıl önce
😂😂 yeah my chickens will snap up anything insect sized that moves. Roaches are a tasty snack.
@sunnypeach1328 2 yıl önce
@torirae414 Yıl önce
I’ve actually met Crystal! Very well trained and smiled on command for pictures.
@Yarblocosifilitico 2 yıl önce
If anyone is interested in horse training, there's a great trainer called Toño Serrano; he does crazy things with the horses and teaches them very fast.
@icebergyettuce 2 yıl önce
love the cockroaches!! those, the snakes, and the rats are my fave. sooo cute
@diesel_dawg Yıl önce
In the movie 'My Friend Flicka', the actor who played Rob (the dad) came out of the house to meet a friend. He went to a chair that was on the porch, lifted a cat that was lying on the chair, dropped it to the ground and kicked it to make it get out of the way. I didn't watch the rest of the film. Horses are still terribly abused in film and on TV. Their riders yank and pull on the reins so that the bits hurt the horses' mouths (done in everyday settings too). They're also whipped and spurred.
@Prizzlesticks 2 yıl önce
The fact it is apparently easier to train a cockroach than a cat is endlessly amusing to me.
@sinkingwishes5449 2 yıl önce
When I saw the snakes I looked over at my pet snake who was stuck in my sleeve-
@11-devonb25 2 yıl önce
pretty fitting for you byron
@woozihae 2 yıl önce
That's kinda cute lol
@hanniballecter2513 2 yıl önce
Big brain boi
@dean107 2 yıl önce
i looked over to my snake in her enclosure hehe
@thejiddy 2 yıl önce
My respect to the trainers who train all the animals in zootopia
@beepbop5205 Yıl önce
You know there was multiple of them. You got the fox trainer and the bunny trainer and lion and sheep and geez elephant. That's just a pinch of the animals.
I'm glad there is better laws for using animal actors on set because the horses begin forced to trip on wires is so evil! Plus 7:30 this is just adorable!
I can’t believe the horses were tripped! I want to be a horse trainer when I’m older, so this was pretty cool
@daniruj 2 yıl önce
the spider bite scene in Spiderman probably would've been done with CGI if it was done today, this kind of effort to more practical effects is incredibly commendable
@jackyboi8832 2 yıl önce
I have mad respect for the cockroach trainer
@StormOrOneiros 2 yıl önce
Aw those Madagascar Giant Hissing cockroach’s are so cute, I have a few of my own I also have two rats, and they are pretty easy to train
@mechanarian5276 2 yıl önce
I’ve never understood why people don’t like them
@daisypage9394 2 yıl önce
11:13 I taught my cat some tricks like sit,spin, and reach with these lol I’m still trying to get her to learn shake(or shake a paw “shakeapah” I say it like it’s one word)and I’m also teaching her to sit on my shoulder in a way where she won’t scratch me by accident (I take her on walks and she prefers to be on my shoulder if we’re by the road or walking a long distance at a good pace it makes her tiered to keep up with long human strides) also fun fact Annie is part mainecoon(the breed of cat they were training for the remake) and I’m also from Maine (where Steven king is from and where pet cemetery was shot) hope you liked reading my comment and didn’t waste your time (for anyone who reads this)
@daisypage9394 2 yıl önce
@@Julia-oi4uk ooo adorable Annie’s just under a year old now :D
@TequilaPrincessMx 2 yıl önce
I knew about the super cruel practices on horses in past times but never imagines they would turn seagulls into yunkies! That is cruel too, like the dogs in airports that detect drugs and explosives... they are basically addicted to those smells, that is why they go crazy when they smell those... when are we humans stop to abuse animals? :( Anyway, I'm glad that even spiders, rats and roaches that are usually disliked have they good buddies lol
@trxpn_kira8766 2 yıl önce
The VVitch was a great movie- its fun to find out how the goats were made to move that way is cool
@frogshnuckle4475 2 yıl önce
As a animal lover this was very awesome
I love Crystal. Her role in Hangover was AWESOME
@1c3sly13 2 yıl önce
Awesome stuff. I can't believe they painted that Spider! I thought it was all CGI!
@fivemjs 2 yıl önce
They don’t THINK they’re training you. Cats ARE training you. My cat trained me to open up the window every day at 5:30 so she could look at the birds wake up and fly around.
@matthew2869 Yıl önce
Wait, no one talks about how that capuchin monkey looks so damn cute in the little dress posing for the cameras 😭❤
@theradiootaku2043 2 yıl önce
I'm wondering how in demand animals are now that CGI is such a common practice. I personally think live animals are better, but I imagine the only animals that are irreplaceable on film sets are horses, and I suppose for sitcoms they use live animals on occasion.
@thekyoungin6054 2 yıl önce
No joke, when the roach trainer appeared on screen a cockroach was crawling down my leg I didn’t mind because I thought it was an ant I screamed like a b*tch
@johnbar6975 2 yıl önce
The road to a animals’ Oscar shall begin with this video. And the Best Supporting Animal goes to: Bumble Bee. Imagine he brings his date😅
Fun fact: owls are incredibly difficult to train
@sidrungkapun2082 2 yıl önce
Waw this trainors takes alot of time doing what they do best kudos to them🍻
@carabiner7999 2 yıl önce
Animal Wranglers are seriously under-rated.
@Damnsaburna 2 yıl önce
Dogs are so smart. My friends dog has realized he can’t jump on my legs when I have shorts only when my legs are covered. He gets crazy excited those days lol
@MakeupAsigo 2 yıl önce
Typically, we don't like bugs in my family. But maybe I'm a little more progressive, and you kind of made these cockroaches… cute? That thumbnail basically got me to say, "Holy shit that cockroach is the size of your hand!" So I got curious if it was legit.
@ChesireHeart 2 yıl önce
Those poor horses!! I never knew they used trip wires, imagine how many animals were injured or had to be killed after each recording session 😰
@jocelynrhodes4884 2 yıl önce
You may think that goats are smarter than dogs because they remember where you hide objects. My dog loves to play with a cat laser, we keep it in a drawer in our kitchen. He remembers every time that we put it in there and so anytime he wants to play with the cat laser, he scratches and scratches at the drawer.we had to hide it somewhere else, and make sure that he saw we were hiding it there that way he wouldn't ruin the drawer. He hasn't scratched at the drawer since
@maycasper2661 2 yıl önce
I dunno... I found some goats and started feeding them snack cakes in the night. There was one male. After he head butted the other goats to get the snack cakes. I yelled out "No! You be sweet!" And left. Right then. All cakes and Cheetos in hand. It took one or two times and that was it. He did his best to be civil after just that lul XD
@maycasper2661 2 yıl önce
D-y-am them goats were cute D; I think their favorite was strawberry roll snack cakes xD I know it's not good, but serious they like gonna kill em. So their happiness is more healthy at this point. :(
@lancelot771 2 yıl önce
Well I always wondered how humans were trained for these animal movies…
@rameezjoomun6116 2 yıl önce
so im wondering how the Godzilla and Kong animals were trained👀 Anyone know?
@holdthisl9112 2 yıl önce
Im most curious about about Jurassic world them T-rex ain't a joke to train 😳
How did they train the aliens in pacific rim?
@ArjunChatterjeeIN 2 yıl önce
Damn think about the Shark in Jaws! 😳😳
@terrylap6132 2 yıl önce
@@holdthisl9112 They’re not that hard to train, just requires a couple of sacrifices.
@DanteYewToob 2 yıl önce
Radioactive Lizards are actually highly intelligent and easy to train, like jack russel terriers.. you just tickle his belly with some light matchine gun fire and he opens his mouth so you can digitally add the blue fire. You just gotta make sure they don't get too excited because Jira lizards get tail waggy when happy and can accidentally take down some buildings inadvertently. Just keep some MUTO meat around for treats and it's fine. As for Kong... Kong is an absolute diva. Barely follows instructions, shows up late to set and drinks tankers full of banana smoothies. He required a personal trainer to stop him from getting fat, because he had to be in Hollywood shape for his big blockbuster. Just use gorilla sign language and hope he feels like acting... he knows he's the only big ape in the business and can get away with whatever he wants. Gidorah is a whole other issue. Training 3 in one... when they get skiddish they flap their wings, and last time Gidorah was startled we lost New Orleans! They look tough, but Gidorah is a bit softy. If you can keep the leftmost head under control, keep the middle one from being afraid and keep the right one well fed, they're pretty easy to deal with. Kaiju are actually pretty good to film with.. most people don't even know that Kong wore a few rubber suits for Pacific rim, he played the big Russian Jaeger too and Zilla played the big scary swimming one at the end with prosthetics. Now that Kaiju have earned fair pay and treatment, we should be seeing much more of them in films to come! (I heard Zilla might be in Shang Chi, playing Fin Fang Foom! That would be pretty cool!)
when a roach is more successful than u: 😃
The letter u is underrated
@@britishwatermelon680 definetely not U nderused tho
@RodneyKimbangu 2 yıl önce
Taking notes for when I will need these animals.
@kathleenguevara 2 yıl önce
Came here to learn. Stayed for the CUTE-ness. 😍✨💕
@zainmudassir2964 2 yıl önce
Yep. Roaches are cute! 😍
@gendoll5006 Yıl önce
I’m so surprised at how much of these animal scenes use REAL animals/insects! I really thought they were mostly just CGI.
@muhammadnasim6436 2 yıl önce
Imagine being the spider to make spiderman 😂😂😂
@kv-6289 2 yıl önce
the cockroach looks cute now, I think I can get used to in my house with cockroaches(they appear rarely but there are many)
you shouldn't. roaches spread disease
@ber1779 2 yıl önce
They naturally explore and are scent oriented, liking a pot of jelly or a sip of nectar water. Sudden light or temp. changes can stress it out. If stressed it can run away, drop a stink bomb, or fly away. Now we know how to guide roaches outside our home lol
@-Explosion- 2 yıl önce
I like how they don't abuse them
@chucklebutt4470 2 yıl önce
Awwwhh, Black Phillip was so happy he was jumping sideways! "Wouldst thou like to live deliciously?"
@MinniManes 2 yıl önce
Very interesting video, nicely done!
@deadaccount4522 2 yıl önce
I train bugs. It's honestly fun. I also train horses
Still can’t get over the trained spider
They should have included the spider's interview in this video: (little spider wearing expensive black ray vans) "....I had to wait hours for the make up to dry!...but it was worth it, been nominated for the Oscar twice already at the academy for my performance, hoping to win one day..." 🤣🤣🤣🤣😁👌
@VodkaBottle. 2 yıl önce
Trainer:"Hey I'm training my pet cockroach!" Random person:"???"
These animals are better than most actors
@creepydude94 2 yıl önce
never thought I'd say this, but Pepper the roach is kinda adorable actually
@SweetePixxluv 2 yıl önce
The monkey too smart not to be potty trained...it’s a power move. 😂
@DopeDoo 2 yıl önce
If there's cockroach training, then Patrick Star can defenitly train a rock
@jenniferbates2811 2 yıl önce
I love how the Cockroaches have their trailers on set!
@imsky6939 2 yıl önce
grace Dickinson is the best trainer to ever exist
@katehucks774 2 yıl önce
They still used mostly CGI snakes for Snakes on a Plane because almost all the aggressive behavior shown in the movie is stuff that snakes would never actually do, ever. A lot of it is actually physically impossible for a snake to do! Like, many species of pythons don’t actually move very fast besides when they strike their prey, so any time you see one of them slithering really fast, it’s fake. Especially larger snakes, such as burmese pythons. They may strike at lightning speed but literally everything else they do is at a snail’s pace. So funny so see them CHASING people at full speed, haha!
@Ayaforshort 2 yıl önce
I'm shocked they used real snakes in "snakes on a plane." Trust that if I was an actress, I'd pass on the role.
@jagrjr45 2 yıl önce
I would probably have a heart attack before i even train a cockroach, i literally search my entire bathroom because of my fear to cockroaches lol
@jellytoes6143 2 yıl önce
omg i love how they gave crystal a dress on the runway
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