The Thing 1982, The Thing 1982 Original Cast & Crew
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Here is a Very Rare "THE THING" Official Universal 🌎 Pictures Original Cast & Crew Jacket Given to FX Master Mr Rob Bottin .🥇The Actors Financed for These Cast and Crew Satin Jackets during the Time of The Production in 1981 .
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This is Size XX- Large "Purple Satin " The Thing Stiched on Back made by Cloth Tattoo back in 1981- 1982
PROMOTIONAL PICTURE ALONG WITH ROB BOTTIN'S XX- LARGE "THE THING CREW JACKET"
Here is some History about Mr. Rob Bottin,Robin R. Bottin(born April 1, 1959) is an Americanspecial make-up effectscreator. Known for his collaborations with directorsJohn Carpenter,Paul VerhoevenandDavid Fincher, Bottin worked with Carpenter on bothThe FogandThe Thing, with Verhoeven onRoboCop,Total Recall and Basic Instinct, and with Fincher on Se7en andFight Club. His other film credits include Legend, Innerspace andFear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
Well respected in his field of prosthetic makeup(better known as special make-up effects), and described in 2013 as a "special effects genius",Bottin was nominated for an Oscar in 1987 for Best Makeup, and was awarded a Special Achievement Award at the 1991 Academy Awards. He has two BAFTAnominations, and won two Saturn Awards with five further nominations..From an early age Bottin enjoyed a steady stream of old horror films, as well as magazines like Famous Monsters of Filmland. At age 14, he submitted a series of illustrations to well-known special make-up effects artist Rick Baker, who promptly hired him. He worked with Baker on various films but his first big solo break was The Howling, where he was called to create an on screen transformation from man to werewolf. This managed to reach the theatres before his mentor's similar scene in An American Werewolf in London. He also worked on the Star Wars Cantina scene creatures. He was, in fact, the tallest player in the Cantina band.
After begging cinematographer Dean Cundey to introduce him to director John Carpenter, Bottin was hired by Carpenter to create the special makeup effects for his 1980 film The Fog.
Additionally, Bottin provided the physical makeup effects and had a small part in the film as Captain Blake. From there, Bottin's reputation grew when he again worked with Carpenter on The Thing. Bottin worked on The Thing seven days a week (including late nights) for a year and five weeks straight, producing every creature effect (with the exception of the transformed dog, which was partially done by Stan Winston). According to the making of documentary on the DVD, the then 22 year-olds schedule was so punishing, and his attention to detail so precise, that after filming finished, he was hospitalised with exhaustion, pneumonia, and a bleeding ulcer.
Although his work was at first criticized for being too gruesome or distracting from the film's psychological themes, it has since been credited for actually enhancing the feel of the film. In one scene in which a character's head stretches off, Bottin decided to melt plastic. Little did he know that the melted plastic released explosive paint thinner so when the director decided to put flame under the camera lens the entire prosthetic exploded.
He later worked on the special make-up effects in Ridley Scott's Legend, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Makeup, and Paul Verhoeven's RoboCop and Total Recall, the latter of which earned him a Special Achievement Academy Award .
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