They remarked that because the characters are monsters, they had more freedom to do things that ordinary kids could not do.
He instead filmed The Shawshank Redemptionalso based on another King novella. Darabont conceived of a new ending in translating the novella for the big screen.
King said, "The ending is such a jolt—wham! Darabont said, "How primitive do people get? Darabont did not want to attempt conveying on screen the protagonist being involved in an extramarital affair. The characters in the film, portrayed by Thomas Jane and Laurie Holden respectively, instead share a more emotional relationship.
The scene was never filmed. Filming[ edit ] In DecemberJane finalized negotiations with the studio to join the cast. Darabont wanted to cast King in the supporting role that eventually went to Brian Libby, an offer that King turned down because he did not want to travel to film the part.
The director chose to film with ASA from Fujifilmwhich gave footage a grainy effect. Cell phones were used by characters in The Mist, but the military police in the film did not dress in modern attire.
While an MP also drove an old Jeep instead of a Humveeother cars seen in the film are modern models. Over a hundred extras from Shreveport, Louisiana were included in The Mist.
Exterior shots of the house at the beginning were in Shreveport.
Exterior shots of the supermarket were in Vivian, Louisiana. Also, if looked closely at, the shields on the side of the passing firetrucks early in the film identify them as part of the Caddo Parish fire department.
This is possibly a mistake as the film is allegedly set in Maine. Music[ edit ] Darabont chose to use music to minimal effect in The Mist in order to capture the "heavier feel" of the darker ending he had written to replace the one from the novella. The director explained, "Sometimes movie music feels false.
As a fan of Dead Can Dance, Darabont thought that the song played "as a requiem mass for the human race. Effects[ edit ] Darabont hired artists Jordu Schell  and Bernie Wrightson to assist in designing the creatures for the film. Nicotero initially sketched out ideas for creature design when Darabont originally expressed interest in filming The Mist in the s.
The challenge was creating designs that felt unique. Nicotero, who was versed in film history and genre history, reviewed past creature designs to avoid having similar designs.
The puppet demonstrations served as reference points for the cast, who had to respond to motion capture dots during filming. If you think Frank Darabont has equaled the Shawshank and Green Mile track record, you will be sadly mistaken. This allegorical microcosm of Bush Jr.
Box office[ edit ] The film was commercially released in the United States and Canada on November 21, The two-disc edition includes the exclusive black and white presentation of the film, as well as the color version, and five featurettes "When Darkness Came: Shooting Scene 35", "Monsters Among Us: Appreciation of an Artist".
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