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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How 10 Different Animals Are Trained For Movies & TV | Movies Insider
29 Kas 2023