Tom Cruise's 'Valkyrie' has more problems
People says that after shooting crucial scenes at the Bendler Block, the film was sent to a development company, but all did not go well.
“The production company told us that there were problems with the negative development in Arri Munich, one of the top post-production companies in Germany,” said Colin Ullman, a spokesman for the company that delivered the film. “The images were wiped away.” Local news reports said Arri Munich treated the film with the wrong chemicals and ruined it.
But no probs, Tom and Co. can go back and shoot at the location, so the only damage done is to the shooting budget — and the stereotype of German efficiency.
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