Offbeat Love and Monsters: How many dogs played Boy?
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O'Brien Dylan is not the only Hero de Love and Monsters, available since last week on Netflix. The actor revealed in Teen Wolf is stealed by Boy, the adorable surviving dog of the Apocalypse. But how was the shooting with this tougouou too cute? And how many dogs played Boy in front of the cameras? Discover the answers.
for his return to the cameras,faces an apocalypse! In to see on , he embodies Joel Dawson, a young survivor who has to live hidden underground since, 7 years earlier, the most harmless animals have been transformed into blood-thirsty monsters. Decided to find the one he loved when everything rocked, Joel will embark on a dangerous adventure and meet Boy , an adorable dog used to escape the monsters with whom he will team up.
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Hero and Dodge, True Boy
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To embody Boy in Love and Monsters, the film team appealed to Zelie Bullen, an animal specialist who has been working for nearly 25 years for productions. She was filming with the two dogs who incarnate Boy: Hero and Dodge . It is Hero that you can see in most planes of the film: the director, Michael Matthews has confided to decide that Hero turned about 80% of the scenes of the film. "He was very intelligent and very excited," explained the director. As for Dodge? "He was more docile and a little more relaxed. If we had scenes where he had to be calm, it's usually Dodge. And Dodge also preferred to go in the water" unveiled the director.
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As Zelie Bullen said, it was imperative that the two dogs are present on the plateau to make sure that the one or the other can rest if necessary. Turn with a dog is not very easy: the director who explainedentrusted that he had struggled to direct certain scenes because . Zelie Bullen entrusts that the agreement between the dog and the actor was exceptional and even suggested that she had never attended such a "friendship" between an animal and an actor on a filming. And if you are wondering what race is Boy, it is an Australian kelpy.
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