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11.24.2008
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Jeff Bridges has recently put up his photo diary from the making of IRON MAN. You can check it out over at his official website HERE. In it you'll find a cool behind-the-scenes look at one of the summer's biggest and best movies. What you won't find? The courage to stand up and speak your mind. Turns out you're just not ready yet.

Extra Tidbit: The roadster that Stark works on in the movie is actually Jon Favreau's.
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6:33PM on 11/25/2008

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Very cool...gotta love black and white set stills. The Dude abides.

If you ever get the chance get yourself in a Panavision Camera building...say your an interested client or something. They have THE best galleries of HUGE black and white stills prints from every film they've ever provided cameras for, Casino to Star Wars to Saving Private Ryan.
Very cool...gotta love black and white set stills. The Dude abides.

If you ever get the chance get yourself in a Panavision Camera building...say your an interested client or something. They have THE best galleries of HUGE black and white stills prints from every film they've ever provided cameras for, Casino to Star Wars to Saving Private Ryan.
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5:15PM on 11/25/2008

This website in general rocks...

Bridges seems like he's an endearing guy.

And I love the design of the website, because all the splash pages are written and drawn by Bridges. So the whole thing is very "Jeff-centric."

The "making if ironman" photo book was very cool. The candidness of the photos are great, but what really gets me are the little captions and the revealing stuff about the film Bridges lets us all in on, all done in grainy black and white. Looks like old school 70's photography chronicling a very modern,
Bridges seems like he's an endearing guy.

And I love the design of the website, because all the splash pages are written and drawn by Bridges. So the whole thing is very "Jeff-centric."

The "making if ironman" photo book was very cool. The candidness of the photos are great, but what really gets me are the little captions and the revealing stuff about the film Bridges lets us all in on, all done in grainy black and white. Looks like old school 70's photography chronicling a very modern, high-tech flick. There's a very cool bit of irony there.

Overall a highly enjoyable website.
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8:58AM on 11/25/2008
Neat website in general.
Neat website in general.
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3:47PM on 11/24/2008

Go Jeff

Awesome indeed. The scene where Obadiah Stane pulls out the miniature arc reactor from Stark's chest really demonstrates what a bad villain Jeff is playing.
Awesome indeed. The scene where Obadiah Stane pulls out the miniature arc reactor from Stark's chest really demonstrates what a bad villain Jeff is playing.
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2:07PM on 11/24/2008
Very cool stuff.
Very cool stuff.
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1:20PM on 11/24/2008
Interesting stuff; I enjoy behind the scenes shots. And, well, I don't know art, but Jeff Bridges is pretty good behind a camera too.

Nice.
Interesting stuff; I enjoy behind the scenes shots. And, well, I don't know art, but Jeff Bridges is pretty good behind a camera too.

Nice.
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