After wrapping up her final shot of Robin Williams “Night at the Museum: The Secret of the Tomb” in May Shawn Levy director of the film, joined Ben Stiller, his star, in a tribute during the filming of Mr. Williams.
The film crew has responded with a standing ovation. Caught on video, was applauded in two minutes.
“It was the last scene of his latest film,” says Mr. Levy, who described the moment in an interview on the 20th Century Fox lot here last month.
“We did not know that the end” of the film work Mr. Williams, Mr. Levy, “but we knew it was the end of the concession.”
Published in the United States on December 19, and throughout the world, dates extending through March, “Night at the Museum: The Secret of the Tomb” is the third and last item in a Comedy Series, which surprised even the creators of the duration and international appeal.
The original film, which was directed by Mr. Levy and Mr. Stiller also appeared, opened in 2006 to $ 30.4 million in ticket sales for the weekend. It was to collect more than $ 250 million in domestic box office - remarkable in a society whose routine shots to score more than 40 percent of its sales within a few days after opening.
More surprising is “Night at the Museum” and its sequel, “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian”, released in 2009, has become a rare group of comedies - including Warner Bros. ‘Sequel “hangover” and Universal Pictures’ “Little Fockers” (divided into a number of areas from Paramount Pictures) - it sounds even better abroad than at home.
On the issue of “Night at the Museum” films did well, Paul Hanneman, Co-President of the Fox marketing and worldwide distribution, he said. “Everywhere” The first two films together have about $ 1 billion in ticket sales worldwide. Mr. Co-Chair Hanneman, Tomas Jegeus, said sales have been perhaps in China, but it was expected to be more receptive this time, because the audience is warm comedy.
The strong sales abroad have much to thank a trick used by Mr. Levy and Mr. Stiller in the construction of the series, originally based on a script by Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon, and a book by Milan Trenc. From the beginning, they used the story of the effects Overpriced - on museum exhibits coming to life - featuring well-known actors in roles that were caricatures usually more full than just cameos.
Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb six of the seven posters, which emphasize a specific character or support, use a kind of pun on the word “night” in a way that recognizes any way their character in a certain way. What also stands out is that there is only one woman in the seven commandments posters, which means that the relationship between the main characters in this PG-rated child-centered fantasy adventure is 12, 5% women. For the purposes of advertising, and probably the finished product, the Rebel Wilson not only to provide comic relief, but are responsible for the generation that makes 51% of the country. Now filmmakers of Night at the Museum: The tomb of the secret is not bad and evil, and do not say demographic gap be inherent in the current market. Here we have a mainstream, family-friendly studio big-budget fantasy film that does not seem to think about having more than one major female character in the mix should have. This is par for the course.
Yes, I know I’ve talked about before, but in my eyes this is the biggest problem when it comes to gender representation in the usual Hollywood product. It’s not just a matter of the most male-centric film market than female-centered by a wide margin, but it is in itself a problem. The secondary problem, perhaps a more insidious, is paltry representation of female characters outside the “leading role.” Okay, you want an evening at the cinema museum that focuses on Ben Stiller and his relationship with his son? Well, this is the artistic choices made in 2006 and is valid. But over the last three films, we have just a great female character seen in a kind of role spotlight every time out. The first film had Carla Gugino as a potential new love interest for the guards unfortunate Stiller, took sequel Amy Adams as Amelia Earhart while this sequel Ms. Phillips as a guard based in London passes most of the movie in a train-like booth.
New trailer for Night at the Museum: The Secret tomb here with Robin Williams in one of his latest films. Williams embodies the role as Theodore Roosevelt in the third film of the night in a series of museum, which is a magic pill that he and his colleague Octavio historical figures (Steve Coogan) and cowboy Jedediah (Owen Wilson) is running out of magic encouragement. Ben Stiller returns as a guard Larry Daley’s security, which takes upon himself the task of keeping their friends flying everyone to encourage them to the Natural History Museum in London. Show trailer, which also features stars such as Rebel Wilson British security guard Tilly and Dan Stevens incoming British accent as Sir Lancelot. Robin Williams captures the night in his last role Museum in New trailer for the third installment.
Late actor as Teddy Roosevelt in Night at the Museum shows: The Secret of the Tomb of the museum where the characters are brought to London to save the magic that gave them life, before it runs out. A final night will be held in the British capital, the Museum of Natural History, where he has recently been picking up comedian beloved family film in the franchise, in exchange for Ben Stiller. Robin died on August 11, at the age of 63, and will be the next film will be the first release after his death of Williams.
Ben Stiller could be the key man in the Night at the Museum films, but director Shawn Levy and his team know that the mainly young audience is in it for the animals and the craziest secondary characters. Even Dexter (played by Crystal cappuccino) is in the middle of this second trailer for the third secret to get out of the grave with new faces such as Dan Stevens and rebels Wilson. Stiller back Larry Daley, one of the few people who know the secret held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York - the stone of the Pharaohs, which combines all the exhibits to life and cause him problems endless time disk. But as the guard of the building, which has grown to become friends with many of the historical figures and other displays that begins magic to move and talk at night, when they discover a disk and erosion, and the search is to stop all of them at the numbers wax statues of stone and bone rigged groups.
Larry and some bands including Pharaoh Ahkmenrah (Rami Malek), Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams), Attila the Hun (Patrick Gallagher), Sakagua (Mizuo Peck), Roman centurion Octavius (Steve Coogan) and Jedediah (Owen Wilson) must travel to the British Museum in London to find out how to fix it. There they will meet the creator of the object, the father Ahkmenrah (Ben Kingsley), as Stevens Sir Lancelot Wilson as a security guard at the museum and was surprised when the next job starts in life - and hurt in the streets of the capital. Even before he urinated on the monkey, Owen Wilson and Steve Coogan straight-up theft trailer for Night at the Museum: The Secret of the tomb.
Again, all of Ben Stiller Larry Daley, a security guard who discovered the exhibits at the Museum of Natural History in New York came to life every night late in 2006 at the Museum. In this third and final installment, the engine that animates the exhibits loses magical strength, and send Larry historical and friends in the wild adventure to solve the mystery of the golden pharaoh disk Ahkmenrah and save all historical figures become something more than a recreation lifeless. After the last sequel, the night in 2009 at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Stiller and company took to Washington, DC, the tomb of a secret non-European, and unleash friends Larry in London, both inside and outside the British Museum. “Come to the British Museum in the second half of the movie, because this is where the answers. It’s not because she felt the time to get on a plane,” director Shawn Levy pledged earlier this year, ahead of the charges holiday deception in Europe.
“We brought the museum to life, but we’ve never really explored the idea of bringing the magic in the world,” said Levy. “This film really goes beyond the walls of the museum. We are in London on a double-decker bus in Trafalgar Square. It explores the idea of juice M”. Stiller, accompanied by veterinarians Wilson, Cogan, Skyler Gisondo, Robin Williams, Rami Malek, Mizuo Peck, Ricky Gervais and the series Patrick Gallagher. Next to the party this time, Dan Stevens, DOWNTON monastery alum playing Lancelot in the performance, which was described Levy as “a revelation of comedy.” Ahkmenrah’s father, meanwhile, played by newcomer Ben Kingsley series, Rebel Wilson plays as a guard at the British Museum. Dick Van Dyke and Bill has also launched a timing device security guards cup very old along with the scene of the late Mickey Rooney.
It’s actually the second film by Shawn Levy, 2014. He was the first this is where I leave you, a comedy drama adaptation to the novel, which came and went again in September. In spite of the others, and more grown 2014 film, Levy holds a special in his heart for this franchise niche profitable, saying, “This is still the most successful films that have not done Ben and ultimately to a certain extent it is about to say goodbye to the franchise, which was defined the race for two. ”
Ben Stiller leads the cast of the film, which dates back to Larry Daley, night watchman at the Museum of Natural History in New York. Daly makes the trip across the Atlantic to the British Museum where cursed tablet exhibitions that bring to life begins to lose its power. Other stars from all over the third installment in the series include the late Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan, Dick Van Dyke, Mickey Rooney and the late Ricky Gervais. Former Representative Dan Stevens DOWNTON ABBEY joined the cast as Sir Lancelot, along with Wilson that Cockney Rebel nightwatchman based in the British Museum.
Night at the Museum: The secret tomb open in Britain and the United States in theaters December 19 December.