“Jim basically was talking to me about the technology of shooting this stuff and he said to me, ‘Well, we don't really use a camera, Michael. We're not talking about film, we're not talking about HD… We don't use a camera.’ And I said, well, what do you mean you don't use a camera. And he said, ‘well there's not actually opticals when we shoot this stuff.’ And I was like, ‘well, what the f*ck are you talking about?'”
Shooting a movie without a camera? That's like eating without any food. Consider me intrigued.
|Extra Tidbit:||Michael Biehn has been bitten on the hand in all three of his major roles in Cameron films: The Abyss, Aliens, and the Terminator.|