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Who Rosario Dawson will be playing is still not known.I just hope that she lands a role which can showcase her talents..Little do they know, when they leave the rail yard, that an unmanned runaway train will lead to a terrorizing ordeal that will test everyone involved. We didn’t do what are called major stunts, if you look at movies today, but it was a very dangerous movie to shoot.A combination of Scott’s filmmaking style and the lack of CGI, in favor of practical sets and real action, contributes to the urgency of the situation from start to finish, taking the audience on an intense, gripping ride. I don’t know what “average guy” means, so I don’t worry about that. My goal was to not be inhibited by shooting on a train at 50 or 60 mph.They’re hard-coated, so they travel better and they hurt more. I wanted a snow storm, but I couldn’t do it at that time of year, so we came up with the idea of a grain car and the seal breaking.We recreated a grain storm with sugar puffs and potato flakes.Un ingénieur et un chauffeur vivent une véritable course contre la montre.

WASHINGTON: I remember, early on, I was reading the script going, “Why does the other guy get to be the hero?

CHRIS PINE: What was interesting and frightening was that, when we went to the rail yard in L.

A., they said the most dangerous place for trains is actually not really out on the track, but it’s in the yard.

A lot of people experienced traumatic events, so there were counselors. WASHINGTON: Yes, getting to drive a train was great. One train was the regular train, and then another was chopped up so that the cab could be circled by this 360-degree camera.

We could run scenes over and over and over again, and feel like we were driving the train, and not be hindered by worrying about the coverage.