Last month, we reported that production had started on director Ron Howard's new drama Heart of the Sea. The film is based on the true story of a whaling excursion gone awry, which served as the inspiration for Herman Melville to write the classic novel Moby Dick. Earlier today, the filmmaker shared three photos from the production's last day shooting in a massive interior tank, which illustrates the gravity of this intense situation, as the actors get doused with an onslaught of water. Stay tuned for more photos from the set as production continues in the U.K.
Our last day on out interior tank - Heart of the Sea. Here is 1st of a series of pix pic.twitter.com/xqWgXEGaP2— Ron Howard (@RealRonHoward) October 30, 2013
2nd pic in series - things are getting serious pic.twitter.com/QVdkfFFtfz— Ron Howard (@RealRonHoward) October 30, 2013
They're about to experience some moisture pic.twitter.com/UdYPKPzMND— Ron Howard (@RealRonHoward) October 30, 2013