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Colin Farrell, Tom Bateman, and Sahajak Boonthanakit Talk Thirteen Lives

Now taking part in in choose theaters and streaming on Prime Video is director Ron Howard’s Thirteen Lives. Co-produced by Raymond Phathanavirangoon, the unbelievable movie relies on the unimaginable 2018 true story in regards to the Thai soccer workforce that grew to become trapped within the Tham Luang cave throughout an sudden rainstorm. As phrase unfold across the planet, greater than 10,000 volunteers joined forces to assist save the twelve boys and their coach, together with a workforce of the world’s most expert and skilled divers.

Shortly after seeing the movie, I obtained to talk with Colin Farrell, Tom Bateman, and Sahajak “Poo” Boonthanakit. They talked about not Hollywoodizing the story, the way it’s a dramatic movie with out the melodrama, the best way Howard labored on set, a few of the issues they realized in regards to the rescue, why filming the diving sequences had been harmful, and extra.

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As somebody that has seen numerous films and movies based mostly on true occasions, I commend everybody concerned within the making of Thirteen Lives for his or her nice work. The movie additionally stars Joel Edgerton, Paul Gleeson, Pattrakorn Tungsupakul, Tui Thiraphat Sajakul, James Teeradon Supapunpinyo, and Weir Sukollawat Kanaros. Thirteen Lives was written by William Nicholson

Watch what they needed to say within the participant above, and under is precisely what we talked about and the trailer.

Colin Farrell, Tom Bateman, Sahajak “Poo” Boonthanakit

  • If somebody has by no means seen something they’ve finished earlier than, what’s the very first thing they need to watch and why?
  • How Ron Howard didn’t attempt and Hollywoodize the story.
  • The approach Howard shot the movie.
  • The approach the filmmakers paid consideration to each element.
  • How it’s a dramatic movie with out the melodrama.
  • What had been a few of the issues they realized in regards to the rescue that shocked them?
  • What it was like filming the diving scenes and which actor was having an excessive amount of enjoyable?
  • Why filming the water sequences was extra harmful than they realized.