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U.S. Release Date: 12/11/15

 

 

With a tail spanning a walloping 20 feet, a 90 foot whale attacks the Essex – an 18th century whaling boat in Ron Howard’s In the Heart of the Sea – a true story which provided the fodder for Herman Melville’s classic, Moby Dick.

whale sea image“The true story of the Essex is fantastic,” says Howard, who promises plenty of twists and turns along the way.  “And though the film is set in the past, it touches on ideas about relationships, survival, humanity and nature that are relatable and thought- provoking, and connect to our own sensibilities about who we are as people.”

Howard was initially unaware of the Essex’s plight, but things changed when Chris Hemsworth, who plays the film’s skilled whaler Owen Chase, sent him the script.

“I didn’t know anything about the Essex, and didn’t know the script was based on events that were very real.  But when I learned this had actually happened, it was mind-blowing. I instantly began to visualize a movie that would be raw and intense…a movie that I would want to see, which is the crucial litmus test for me.”

Howard, who also perceived the story as a vivid way to transport audiences back through time, adds:

“I realized that telling the story the way it should be told was full of challenges, but they were challenges that could now be met.  We could put it on the big screen in a way that was convincing, exciting and lived up to the promise of what the film could offer.”

In the story – scripted by Charles Leavitt – Hemsworth’s Chase – a regular working class Joe – has seemingly been denied the privilege of captaining the Essex.

“Chase is a working-class guy who has the skill set and qualifications to be captain but not the birthright,” Hemsworth explains, “because he is not from a privileged family and doesn’t have the right name or background.  He is pushed aside for captain to be first mate to {captain} George Pollard, much to his frustration and anger.”

Since Chase considers himself more than qualified to captain the ship, there is, according to Hemsworth, plenty of tension between the two characters.

“When they both try to exert their authority with the crew, it sets the stage for a pretty dangerous scenario because they have conflicting opinions about how to do things.”

As for the aforementioned whale itself, Howard and his crew teamed up with mammal experts and marine biologists to better understand whales’ behavior.

“What interested me most was why this happened,” Howard recalls.  “A ship being relentlessly attacked by a whale was unheard of, unparalleled; it was the most freakish thing. I came to believe that this animal was pushed to the breaking point leading to an inevitable clash.”

The production team – headed up by visual effects producer Leslie Lerman and VFX Supervisor Jody Johnson – pumped lifeblood into the CGI whale.  Throughout the process, the team avoided the fantasy world, and instead remained grounded in reality.

“Each time we conceptualized an action sequence that involved the main whale, or any of the whales, we sent it off to our experts and we’d discuss how plausible it was and what other behaviors they might suggest. It gave us a great spectrum from which to work.”

 

DirectorRon Howard

Stars: Chris Hemsworth, Benjamin Walker, Cilian Murphy, Ben Whishaw, Tom Holland and Brendan Gleeson

Screenwriters: Charles Leavitt.  Story by Charles Leavitt and Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver (“Jurassic World”), based on the book In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick

Producers: Joe Roth, Paula Weinstein, Will Ward, Brian Grazer and Ron Howard

Executive Producers: Bruce Berman, Sarah Bradshaw, Palak Patel, Erica Huggins and David Bergstein

Co-Producer: William M. Connor

Quote and Info Source: Warner Bros

Image Info: Copyright: © 2014 WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC. AND RATPAC-DUNE ENTERTAINMENT LLC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

Posted: 12/9/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

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