Saturday, July 18, 2009

Extreme Stunt Show In Disney World

I still have so many pictures in my files that I keep procrastinating to post. Since I have extra time this week, I have to accomplish it now or never. My last visit in Disney World was last April. It is just 5 days visit and as usual, a rush! I have been living in Orlando but every time we go and hang out in Disney Land, its always out of impulse. We had to use the ticket because it will end on the month of April. Among the nine parks, we manage to use three. A wasted chance!This is my second visit so, my husband and I went to few of my favorite attractions and this is just one of those. This show is live. Real action, real explosion and real stunts. The picture below is really the finale. They are just showing the audience how a Disney movie was made especially when there's a car scene and stunts.
Those buildings were also part of the stage presentation. The big monitor at the top of the building will be used to show the footage of the stunts after editing. Very clever because after the live show, in minutes, they will show the finish product.
The black car is chasing the red car and doing some dangerous maneuvers. Then, there will be crashes and ignite the gallon of gas....Explosion from one end to the other.
The motorcycle driver burnt by flame. Part of the stunts. In the finish product, the man died because of explosion and burned down. But, during the scene, after the cut, the crew will see to it that safety precaution is taken seriously.
This is the scene prior to the explosion and accident. The gang of motorcycle riders were chasing the main character.
There was a scene that they are chasing on a river but, it is just like this part. Looks so real in the finish product.
The man at the top right was explaining how a fighting scene was done. There will be a fighting scene at the top of the building and of course, the bad guys will fall down...drop dead. They will show the secret of making an action films.
Car chasing still. They show the inside of this car. It does not look the same as it appear. The stunt show started with a car chasing another. Then, out of nowhere, another car appear at the front so, the main character will have to drive in reverse...backing up so fast. Unbelievable that the car manage to drive in reverse with all the dangerous obstacles. Then, they show the driver seat was really on the back seat and not on the normal side. I hope you get what I meant.
The director is showing the movie secret of the car chasing stunts.
The very talented and skillful driver and the director explaining what to expect. Showing the secret of the inside of the cars they use.
The monitor is showing the driver of the car chase. The other driver is a woman, can you believe that? Very talented woman.
The monitor is showing the live checking of all the crew, set up, actors and everything which is needed for the stunts and action. The fruits there are plastics hehehe...looks so real. This will be use for the flying motorcycle stunts and crashes.
If you happen to visit Hollywood Studio Park Of Disney World, Orlando Florida, check this attraction. You will love it as much as I did. I just do not like the walk in order to reach the audience area...LOL. Huge place that is why.


  1. oh my gosh....this is how they make movies...good for you teAmz, you got to be able to see the whole scene...thanks for sharing!

  2. haguy lupigan man ko kay ako local man lang ang nakit-an nga scene kay talent pod baya ta gamay sa showbiz adtong mga 90's hahaha. naa baya pod koy pelikula nyaayya nangangkon..extra talent diay to pero at least with dialog and medyo daghan ang exposure..hehe at ang da best kay naka experience ko. mao ni akong side line sa Maynila Amz atong mga 90's.

  3. ang galing naman! nkuhanan mo per move! ang mgaling siguro diyan ung driver di ba? kasi kung mali timing niya at maneuver, bka masunog siya? hehehe, wala kasi ako diyan kaya di ko masyado mavisualize, pero the pics helped! thanks for sharing, Ams!

  4. kanindot gyud sa place. my daughter really likes to visit the place too. i just hope we can visit there someday.. :)

  5. wow, galing. how i wish to see the place talaga and witness the real show and secrets of making films. thanks for sharing amy.

  6. exciting gyud na ate I know sure gyud ko nag enjoy ka ug watch ani.

  7. o din ang mga kamay mo, wala pang palya ha! nakunan mo per move nila..galing naman

  8. Wow.. looks amazing Ams.. good to know you were able to capture these pictures and were able to share with us.

  9. Oh... it is one exciting show you shouldn't miss.

  10. wow Amy! i didnt know that.. must be very interesting as an audience. when i was in shanghai, they did the stormy thing and it really looks like a land slide with rocks rolling down, and the thunder sound and lightning looming over our heads.. it was so real.. i bet Disney can even do it better.. :) how i wish i can go next year..

  11. ur post is totally engrossing sis. u always have the knack in writing sis. thank you for this post. at least now i have an advanced information of what to see when i get there next year. hapi thursday ,ams.

  12. wow, galing naman ng pagkakuha mo ng mga pix, Ams :-); at least we have an idea now what to expect once we get there someday! salamat for sharing!


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