Asked by: Matt Ballard
None of the four teens in the film are based on any particular real person, though in the press notes for the film, director Johannes Roberts says he modeled their relationships after another director’s style.
Is the shark real in 47 Meters Down?
Johannes Roberts also invented new sharks for ’47 Meters Down: Uncaged’ When four friends go cave diving in Mexico, they encounter a new species of shark. These sharks evolved in the dark caves so they are blind and do not need light to see. Don’t worry, these sharks are not real.
Has a shark cage ever dropped?
In 2007, a commercial shark cage was destroyed off the coast of Guadalupe Island after a 4.6-metre (15 ft) great white shark became entangled and tore the cage apart in a frantic effort to free itself. Tourists captured video of the incident, which quickly spread throughout the Internet.
Was 47 Meters Down all a hallucination?
It turns out Lisa had been hallucinating this entire escape and is still pinned to the bottom of the cage. 47 Meters Down had set up this reveal when Taylor had also warned that switching tanks increased the danger of “nitrogen narcosis,” which led to Lisa’s vivid hallucination of saving Kate.
Was a real shark used in Jaws?
‘Jaws’ filmed a great white shark attacking the boat
They needed to make the scene with Hooper (played by Richard Dreyfuss) in the cage look legit, and they hired professional shark photographers to capture images. However, the sharks appeared too small.
Can you swim 47 meters up?
So if you were using PADI’s suggested ascent rate of 18 meters per minute, then it should take you 2.6 minutes, at the quickest, to swim up from a depth of 47 meters.
How big was Bruce the shark?
The 1,208 pound, 25-foot-long, 45-year-old shark, famous for being difficult to work with on the set of Steven Spielberg’s classic thriller, on Friday was hoisted up in the air above the main escalator of the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles where he will greet guests for the foreseeable future.
Is Amity Island a real place?
Martha’s Vineyard played the role of Amity Island … because of a storm. Most fans know that the famed New England island, with its deep offshore waters and sandy beaches, was the real-life version of novelist Peter Benchley’s fictional Amity Island from the book.