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  1. @Logankendellmusic A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  2. @Logankendellmusic A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  3. @ClappingMao A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  4. @ClappingMao A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  5. @ClappingMao A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  6. @Miister00 A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide[5] on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award[6] for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  7. @Miister00 A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide[5] on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award[6] for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  8. @Miister00 A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide[5] on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award[6] for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  9. @Grigorly A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide[5] on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award[6] for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  10. @Grigorly A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide[5] on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award[6] for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  11. @Grigorly A behind-the-scenes review of the computer effects needed to film the movie, including the CGI needed to create the bird inside the fountain, was posted to FX Guide[5] on December 15th, 2011. The scene won an American Human Association PAWSCAR Award[6] for Best Use of Technology on film in 2012.

  12. That’s why I don’t know how anyone could possibly want to eat anything off those chocolate fountains. Whenever I see a commercial for it, I just picture people walking by and sneezing into it.

  13. That’s why I don’t know how anyone could possibly want to eat anything off those chocolate fountains. Whenever I see a commercial for it, I just picture people walking by and sneezing into it.

  14. When the bird is seen in a chocolate fountain, this was a fake bird (a real bird was only used for the first part of the scene when Poopsie approaches the fountain, which was a prop). Js.

  15. When the bird is seen in a chocolate fountain, this was a fake bird (a real bird was only used for the first part of the scene when Poopsie approaches the fountain, which was a prop). Js.

  16. When the bird is seen in a chocolate fountain, this was a fake bird (a real bird was only used for the first part of the scene when Poopsie approaches the fountain, which was a prop). Js.

  17. When the bird is seen in a chocolate fountain, this was a fake bird (a real bird was only used for the first part of the scene when Poopsie approaches the fountain, which was a prop). Js.

  18. Listen here cum-slut, I bet you 5 million dollars that you don’t own a bird. But guess what? I own 7. And I can tell you right now that a bird would never just walk into something like a chocolate fountain. They’ll rarely walk directly into water.

    But say that your idiotic theory is correct.

    Say it did actually walk into it.

    That animal still probably died.

    Is that still funny to you?

  19. Listen here cum-slut, I bet you 5 million dollars that you don’t own a bird. But guess what? I own 7. And I can tell you right now that a bird would never just walk into something like a chocolate fountain. They’ll rarely walk directly into water.

    But say that your idiotic theory is correct.

    Say it did actually walk into it.

    That animal still probably died.

    Is that still funny to you?

  20. Listen here cum-slut, I bet you 5 million dollars that you don’t own a bird. But guess what? I own 7. And I can tell you right now that a bird would never just walk into something like a chocolate fountain. They’ll rarely walk directly into water.

    But say that your idiotic theory is correct.

    Say it did actually walk into it.

    That animal still probably died.

    Is that still funny to you?

  21. Listen here cum-slut, I bet you 5 million dollars that you don’t own a bird. But guess what? I own 7. And I can tell you right now that a bird would never just walk into something like a chocolate fountain. They’ll rarely walk directly into water.

    But say that your idiotic theory is correct.

    Say it did actually walk into it.

    That animal still probably died.

    Is that still funny to you?

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