Last year we told you that Crank directors Neveldine/Taylor had decided to film Crank 2: High Voltage entirely using consumer grade video cameras, allowing them to put the cameras in places filmmakers normally aren’t able to. They also had plans to shoot some sequences using a “moving bullet time camera rig” composed of 8 small video cameras attached to a curved light weight piece of speed rail.
Collider has edited together some of the studio-released B-roll footage, which you can watch for yourself after the jump, showing the madmen at work, strapping little consumer grade cameras to remote control cars and using the custom built “moving bullet time camera rig”. I can’t even imagine what the end result will look like.
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