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The connection you didn’t know 9-1-1 with Titanic

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In one 2019 interview with The Hollywood Reporter, The co-creator of the “9-1-1” series, Tim Minear, describes himself as the “Irwin Allen of network television”, placing himself on a par with the producer who made his name with the films. Big-budget disasters include “The Towering Inferno” and “The Poseidon Adventure.” But an interesting little production puzzle is covered in the same article related to the Fox TV series – specifically the Santa Monica Pier flood scene from Season 3’s “Sink or Swim” episode (via IMDb) – to another famous Hollywood photo: James Cameron.

The huge wave that has seen terrorize visitors to the Santa Monica Pier (via YouTube) on the famous beach created with digital effects. But its setting and consequences are also realized through the use of massive, specially constructed sets that recreate scenes from the seaside and other parts of Los Angeles. Incredibly, these sets are built inside giant water tanks that were originally built for “Titanic” in 1997 when production moved to Rosarito, Mexico (via Things).

According to Minear, the use of those “Titanic” tanks gives you an impressive sense of scale in the show. He explained, “These tanks are huge. We built city streets in these tanks. And when you look at some aerial shots from the drones, you You’ll see in one corner of these huge tanks that’s the street, and then a lot of water, like a mile of it, and then there’s a Ferris wheel jutting out of the ocean. boost that we used.”

So if you’ve been struck by the sense of scale and grandeur of “9-1-1,” especially in the episodes about the Santa Monica Pier being hit by a tsunami, then “Titanic” is one of the things that makes it possible.

https://www.looper.com/666517/the-connection-you-didnt-know-9-1-1-had-to-titanic/ The connection you didn’t know 9-1-1 with Titanic

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