The jungle book

When we were shooting I was still a minor, so I got rid of some things. But I also lost a lot of kilos. I’ve lost count. The hardest part, indeed, was the hunger. You had to endure it. After the shoot you couldn’t go back to the hotel and eat.
No. How can you prepare for that kind of thing? I guess it’s impossible. But the truth is that I’m anxious to start shooting the film. There are going to be fame-related things that will be difficult to deal with, but I’ll try to talk to colleagues who know how to handle that kind of thing.

Moby dick

In the Heart of the Sea (original title: In the Heart of the Sea) is an American film, directed by Ron Howard and starring Chris Hemsworth as Owen Chase. It was released on December 11, 2015 in the United States. It is based on true events about the sinking of the Whaler Essex.
Greed is awakened in both Chase and Pollard and they decide to go to the indicated area, where there is indeed a place where hundreds of sperm whales mate and raise their calves. When they decide to start hunting, a gigantic white sperm whale suddenly and aggressively appears and attacks the Essex Whaler. The ensuing story has a surprising and unforeseen ending.
Chris Hemsworth was cast to play the title role, Owen Chase , in June 2012.[4] Tom Holland won the role of the young Nickerson in April 2013. [5] Cillian Murphy signed on as Matthew Joy in June. Before Benjamin Walker played the Captain, other actors considered included Benedict Cumberbatch , Tom Hiddleston and Henry Cavill . [6]

Secret of the incas

In the Heart of the Sea. American film, directed by Ron Howard and starring Chris Hemsworth. It was released on December 11, 2015 in the United States. It is based on real events about the sinking of the Whaler Essex.
Greed is awakened in both Chase and Pollard and they decide to go to the indicated area, where there is indeed a place where hundreds of sperm whales mate and raise their calves. When they decide to start hunting, a gigantic white sperm whale suddenly and aggressively appears and attacks the Essex Whaler. The subsequent story has a surprising and unforeseen ending.

The sea beast

What Nathaniel Philbrick tells in In the Heart of the Sea – a title that seems to evoke Conrad’s Heart of Darkness because of the misfortunes and horrors suffered by man in an inhospitable and hostile environment – are real events. The sinking of the ship did not cause any casualties, the twenty crew members managed to save themselves thanks to the three barges that were used for whaling, but they were thousands of miles away from the nearest coast and for three months they wandered aimlessly in the Pacific. We could even affirm that Philbrick’s narration begins where Melville’s ends: the attack of the sperm whale sending the whaler to the bottom.
The documentation work of the work is impressive -a bibliography with more than 150 references is enclosed- and the historical recreation itself and all the conditioning factors that could be inferred in them are of interest: “Today, survival psychologists have determined that this form of ‘social’ leadership [in consensual decision-making] -as opposed to ‘authoritarian’ leadership- is not very appropriate for the first moments after a disaster, in which decisions must be made quickly and firmly” (p. 151).