Watch: On the Set Footage from Louis Leterrier's 'Now You See Me'
"You cannot see it coming!" Well isn't this an awkward first look. AOL has posted an "on set" featurette of 3-minutes of raw, B-roll, behind-the-scenes footage and interviews from Louis Leterrier's Now You See Me, an illusionist heist movie starring Jesse Eisenberg. He leads a crew of four magicians, played by Isla Fisher, Dave Franco and Woody Harrelson, who rob banks and shower the money on audiences during elaborate shows. Up until now, literally all we've seen is a teaser poster, not even a trailer, so it's interesting this is our very first look, but they even get Michael Caine to talk about how awesome this sounds. Enjoy!
Here's latest on set featurette for Louis Leterrier's Now You See Me, found via AOL:
We've been covering updates on Now You See Me for a while, originally written by Edward Ricourt and Boaz Yakin. The film is shooting now in New York, Vegas and New Orleans, and Louis Leterrier (Transporter 1 & 2, Unleashed, Incredible Hulk, Clash of the Titans) is directing. The cast is lead by Jesse Eisenberg, including Mark Ruffalo, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Melanie Laurent, Dave Franco and Common. We posted some teaser art for this last year, but have yet to see anything else besides this first glimpse. Summit has Now You See Me set for release early 2013. This looks very interesting so far, I love the magician concept, and can't wait to see more, hopefully perhaps a trailer, soon. We'll keep you updated!
Sound interesting, but they were being incredibly vague about the overall story line. We'll see what the trailer tells us.
Quanah on Apr 15, 2012
I think Louis letterier must follow and learn more from great action makers director like spilberg,Cameron,luckas,Nolan and even michael bay! Our world need such talented director like him! But I think he make repetitive movies! He must make original and exquisite films! I like Danny the dog but I think he doesn't has any masterpiece to my bluray collection pictures.
Ehsan Davodi on Apr 16, 2012
Anyone know the 'bloom' light transition effect used in the video between edits?
ff on Apr 16, 2012
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