Ganga wrote:I'd be willing to bet that most of the bottles in bar scenes are not props. I've been at my local while they were filming. None of the bottles moved from the shelves.
I would think the exceptions would be those on tables or in the hands of actors would likely be props.
bcrossan wrote:A bottle came out in the new Dark Knight movie. It went to fast for me to catch the label. Did anyone else notice what it was? It was the police commissioner who had it in his desk
TreacleSponge wrote:I watched Elizabethtown the other day and Kirsten Dunst's character wears a Makers Mark t-shirt.
OK, I know that's not technically a bottle placement. Or single malt. I really should read threads properly
LeoDLion wrote:bcrossan wrote:A bottle came out in the new Dark Knight movie. It went to fast for me to catch the label. Did anyone else notice what it was? It was the police commissioner who had it in his desk
Yes I saw that scene too in Dark Knight. The name is something like _____URN and that is what I saw. I just went to see a picture of a Speyburn 10 yrs old and the label of the bottle certainly looks like the bottle in the movie. The label is big and colored kind of deep green.
moyboy wrote:Just finished watching spiderman 3 and in the fight beween peter paker and harry in harry's manson, parker knocks a bottle of makers mark into the fire...
It seems that Kirsten Dunst and makers mark have a deal going. Three movies pointed out so far that have her and makers mark in them.....
Coincidence.....I think not.
Gov wrote:In "The Hustler" Paul Newman's poison is JTS Brown bourbon, "no glass" "no ice". I love that movie!
Paul A Jellis wrote:I can't remember any individual films but I often notice bottles in films and TV progs and my poor wife is amazed that I can identify what bottle it is even with the briefest of shots to camera.
Is that sad?