They captured some amazing photos in the courtyard of The Icehouse in downtown Phoenix, AZ, which actually used to be an old ice house back in the day.
The black wedding cake, veil, and gown were just some of our favorite details.
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“So we ended up [doing] was going smooth, which is what we called the episode,” del Toro giggled. We did makeup, digital effects, sculpted things in clay. I really wanted the character that most enjoyed his tool to lose it.” Despite the loss, Bolivar’s got big things coming to him, more so than the other characters.
I supervise all the nasty stuff in the show, and that was the one thing that we did the most versions of.” Producers went back and forth over whether or not we would see Bolivar’s vital organ go down the drain, but decided it was a moment better left to the imagination. “Especially interesting for me has been the reaction of guys. Without giving anything away, del Toro said, “For me, he’s the most interesting character. What he’s hearing in his head, that voice, it’s what he’s always longed for.
As luck would have it, co-creator Guillermo del Toro was on hand last week at the Television Critics Association press tour in Los Angeles, and the typically chatty director seemed giddy to be asked about the scene in “Gone Smooth,” which he called the horror series’ most pivotal moment yet.
“It’s the thing that tells you these are not sexy vampires,” Guillermo del Toro told Vulture with a laugh.
Photographer Jen Jinkens, florists The Wildflower AZ, and other talented vendors collaborated on this hauntingly beautiful wedding featuring what looks like a vampire bride from The Craft.
The creative team envisioned a dark and moody bridal shoot with a gothic twist, complete with black tulle, candles, and red velvet. Mark would do most of the structuring, most of the writing. I got away with most of the character and dialogue stuff. So I told him I'd really like to have him in that movie.I try not to impart too much of someone else’s will, because it's bad for the movie in the end. THE STRAIN "Gone Smooth" -- Episode 3 (Airs Sunday, July 27, pm e/p) -- Pictured: Jack Kesy as Gabriel Bolivar -- CR: Michael Gibson/FXTHE STRAIN "Gone Smooth" -- Episode 3 (Airs Sunday, July 27, pm e/p) -- Pictured: Jack Kesy as Gabriel Bolivar -- CR: Michael Gibson/FX.In last night’s episode of The Strain, transforming goth-rocker Gabriel Bolivar lost his junk in the toilet. Through the FX series’ first three episodes, the scene ranks as the grossest, weirdest, moment on a show full of them, so naturally, it made us wonder: Where the hell did that come from?The only way they can experience anything outside of their parents' world is through movies. I wrote a lot of great lines, they wrote a lot of great lines. This was supposed to feel like a bunch of friends in their backyard just learning how to make a movie, having fun and experimenting with each other, and it's my job to rein it in. I was lucky enough to be able to shoot too, and the next one won't get made without final cut. I'm certainly not doing it for the money, not much money, anyway.