pilot film


Allura’s Moving Castle AU

1. why? 2. why not! 3. asadahsdklsasdf


The 1984 pilot directed by Kondo Yoshifumi for Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (ニモ) (1989). You can read about the production for this pilot and the film on Wikipedia.

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“From the moment I read the script of Test Pilot, I knew that it was my greatest screen opportunity. Cast as the wife of a test pilot, I had a role of unusual range and sympathy. Here was a woman who lived under a constant shadow of fear for her husband’s safety. But she refused to let her worries get her down, meeting them with cheerfulness and persiflage. It was a challenge for me to strike the right tone in this part–to be gay without seeming callous, to make it clear that my quips in times of stress covered an inner tension.” – Myrna Loy


That’s not the way you walk in real life, is it? Neal Caffrey is one of the few characters on television where you would remark on the way he walks.

No, my god. I wish I was that kind of peacock. Yeah, I locked myself in our guest room for about – I would say like 2 or 3 weeks working on that. And then I would walk around my block and the house. I only had one suit to my name when I got this job – maybe two. And I would put it on and walk around my block. I’m sure I looked like a complete loon in L.A. But I would walk around just figuring out how he moved through the world. We hadn’t even filmed the pilot, but I knew a lot of it was going to play in masters and us walking around together, so I figured I should figure out that part of his physicality. - Matt Bomer [13:00]