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For me that's the ideal use of CGI. We have a troll in the film that is animatronic. It took some convincing to get the studio along with the animatronic creature.
There have been bad experiences with animatronics throughout various productions but I saw this company Spectral Motion. They did the Hellboy movies and I just loved it.
But this is a fantastical world of witches and trolls and I wanted to ground the movie where I could. The blood should look real. Or I could no [longer] rely on things I've done in the past.
It was different and frustrating at times because I had this circus of people around me in case something became unglued. Conceptual design and production studio Picture Mill collaborated with Wirkola and Messick to create the title and opening credits sequence telling some of the early adventures of Hansel and Gretel as they grew up to become famous witch hunters.
It was created with Stereo3D Toolbox through a combination of hand-drawn illustrations, practical fire effects and CGI animation. Janssen said the film is "definitely played with a bit of a wink and doesn't take itself too seriously.
We shot a lot more than what is in the movie of course and it's just balancing it when you're cutting. Some stuff stayed in, some stuff got cut out.
I actually made sure they could never cut it to PG We always knew it was going to be R. But I think it's a flawed process, I really do.
Hans Zimmer worked on Witch Hunters as an executive music producer. At World's End created the film score.
Örvarsson had previously scored Season of the Witch so initially he was "a bit apprehensive" to work on another witchcraft film but was "too fond of the story to say no and found Tommy Wirkola's take on the subject matter to be very refreshing.
Initially slated for a March 2, release,  the film was pushed by Paramount Pictures to a ten-month delay for January 11, And there was always the consideration that Jeremy [Renner] had Avengers and Bourne coming out.
So the studio made a wise strategic move in finding a good release date for us. He was cast before Mission: Impossible , Bourne and The Avengers.
They wanted to wait until after those. I was, of course, disappointed then, but actually it helped because we came in under budget" and so the delay enabled him to re-add and shoot an additional scene that is set in the desert and which was cut from his original screenplay.
The film was again delayed by two weeks to January 25, in the United States and Canada. On the same day January 25 it was also released in more countries of Latin America, with the other parts of the world following between January 31 and mid-March The "extreme version" home release was announced by Wirkola to feature more comedy and "more guts and blood and gore, stuff that didn't make the [theatrical] cut.
Witch Hunters was released by Paramount Home Media Distribution on June 11 in its original theatrical cut and a longer, unrated cut "with never-before-seen footage that was too intense for theaters".
It is available in the versions: Overall, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters was Paramount's fourth highest-grossing film of , following new graphic novel and franchise entries: Witch Hunters , which makes it one of the most financially successful films of the fantasy-reboot genre, despite having the smallest estimated budget and lowest Metascore of the recent entries.
Witch Hunters fails as both a fantasy adventure and as a parody of same. Less attention was paid to the story, and the dialogue is a tad over-reliant on the random f-word to land a laugh.
When in doubt, cut somebody's head off. Witch Hunters is too similar to many films we've seen before.
Some reception of the film, however, was much more positive, in particular by reviewers for horror outlets. Michael Gingold of Fangoria gave it two-and-half out of four skulls,  while Jonathan Barkan of Bloody Disgusting gave it four out of five skulls, stating it "isn't a movie meant to scare or make you think but it is one of the most entertaining and enjoyable movies of its kind that I've seen in years.
Witch Hunters ," all while noting that he is "not the type to act snobbish around a ridiculous film that obviously knows it's ridiculous. Preposterous, clearly, but fun.
It's a 'movie', in all its unabashed, excitable glory Welcome to the most fun movie of Witch Hunters a good movie?
At least not in any way that is defensible by regular critical standards. Is it a hell of a good time? That's all it wants to be. Neil Geinzlinger of The New York Times wrote that "it may not stay in the public eye long because this movie is probably not going to put up Twilight -like numbers," adding that "the script doesn't give them enough of the witty lines that can elevate these types of movies to must-see status, which is odd, since the producers include Will Ferrell.
At the conclusion of , Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters made multiple annual movie lists dedicated to underappreciated or underrated films.
It never takes itself serious and it knows exactly what it is: Witch Hunters has hence been labeled as a cult film by a number of horror-fantasy film fans, as well as by some critics who initially saw no merit in the movie.
This significant financial and fan following have led some to question the initial perception of the film in relation to its debut in January, considered to be "a refuge for films that don't have a shot of generating good word of mouth or having a leggy run.
On March 19, , Paramount announced that a sequel to the film is in the works due to overseas box office numbers.
So, fingers crossed everyone will come back" including Renner and Arterton. In September , Wirkola announced that he would not be returning to direct the sequel: I want to do something a little bit different now and not just do sequels.
I did write the script and I hope to be involved in it. But yeah, I won't be directing it. We ended up taking a lot out and altering stuff that first time.
I tried taking what I learned and still delivered a sequel script that's an R-rated action film. On August 7, , it was reported that Bruno Aveillan will make his feature film debut helming the sequel, with Wirkola as a writer and executive producer.
Witch Hunters TV series. It is possible that this series may ultimately be produced in place of the proposed sequel.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. United States Germany  . Jeremy Renner as Hansel, the brother of Gretel and a witch hunter who takes insulin following an incident at a witch's gingerbread house.
Alea Sophia Boudodimos as young Gretel Famke Janssen as Muriel, an evil grand witch who rules over a coven of dark witches. Unlike lesser witches, she has the ability to change her appearance into that of a normal human woman.
Pihla Viitala as Mina, a beautiful white witch who befriends Hansel and Gretel. Derek Mears as Edward in-suit performer , a troll that is in the services of Muriel.
Thomas Scharff as Hansel and Gretel's father, an unnamed farmer. Kathrin Kühnel as Adrianna, the grand white witch who was Hansel and Gretel's mother.
Monique Ganderton as Candy Witch, the old, child-eating witch who lived in the gingerbread house. Stephanie Corneliussen as Desert Witch uncredited , a witch with sand-based abilities.
Blood and gore and action, all the stuff that I love It's definitely an R-rated movie, the first draft has a lot of blood and guts. First and foremost, it's an action movie , I think, with horror elements.
And of course some dark humor as well. But the action and horror are the most important feelings I want. I loved fairy tales growing up.
I always wondered what happened to those characters. It's got kind of like a steampunk vibe mixed with a little bit of a goth edge and hyper-cartoon violence like Kick-Ass and all set in a very specific world There's a lot of fairy tale stuff, but that fight is really real and bloody and quite brutal.
Women are the villains a lot of the time. Not all the time. There are some horrible male villains as well. But I guess Gretel is very feminist.
She's quite full on. Most of it is all practical , even the witches flying on the brooms — it was pretty much all practical. They were all on wires , it was awesome!
There's a scene [where] I come down around and literally there's 60 witches there. The rock structure was maybe 70 or 50 feet tall, it was massive, and I'd be shooting these witches and they'd just be flying off on wires.
Dead Snow is my love letter to [Sam] Raimi and this is kind of its own thing. In the beginning, they said go crazy. But if you go too far with the humor, it becomes spoofy and loses its impact.
Too gory and it just takes you out of it. If the very title has you rolling your eyes, don't even bother. If, however, it makes you think you'd like to see the further adventures of the fairy tale characters, by all means take a chance.
Witch Hunters may [be] the only [one]; and, if so, no big whoop. But the good witches and the bad ones will linger in moviegoers' memories.
Walk over to them and click on the icon that appears. Let the wolf catch you here. Jay October 11, 8: We'll make you an honorary Canadian, but only after you realize that the Littlest Hobo is a DOG, not a little hobo kid who carries a red-and-white spotted bindle:.
This really is a creepy game. The part with the tree thing really freaks me out. But I'm totally stuck already, and not sure what to do. The trouble is like you said in the review, I'm not sure if I'm missing one of those action-bubble things somewhere along the line.
So far, most of the obvious ones have killed me. Got my face back from the face grabbing spaghetti monster and hansel started following me around again.
I couldn't use any items and was therefore stuck. The game saved my progress in this state and I really don't feel like doing all of that again.
Maybe some day, but be warned, this game is buggy. This game was very well done as far as art and sound great job! I liked how you could control where the character went instead of clicking spots they should go to.
But there were a few movement issues. Sometimes you appear in strange places on the next screen. The second time I played, Gretel did not crawl out of the tree trunk, but appeared on the far left behind the tree with the rope.
The first time I played without the map , I ran through the transition between the water jug area and the beginning swamp area, and then appeared on the far right in the swamp.
This always kept happening when I reached that screen coming from the water jug screen. The game froze once when I ran with the screaming turnip all the way to the water wheel.
I couldn't select the map. But I was able to. And you can just walk past the arm if you want. On Newgrounds there are medals.
Does anyone know about the Revenge medal. I assume it deals with Hansel killing Gretel also there are 8 secret medals.
Hit the hand behind the tree Secret 2: Hit the robot which does not boot it's head in the secret room Liberal Animation: Eat the mushrooms Secret 8: Presuming get every other medal.
Great game but very buggy. Had to reload the game many times. The cursor would disappear on occasion and after changing scenes, Gretel would lose the ability to move.
Any other game I would have stopped playing after a couple problems, but this game was so enticing that I had to see the end.
Using the glasses prevents you from moving, but if you open and close your inventory, you can move again. The game thinks you are both using the glasses and not using the glasses at the same time.
FUN stuff happens on certain screens. I got a glitch where I did the Head Essplode thing and the death screen didn't show up.
So I could still move around as a bloody stump but I couldn't leave the screen. I got the walking bloody stump thing after the head explode death too!
After a minute, my character turned back to normal without the death page showing up. I played the game 3 times just to get all the death scenes because I made a mistake of not dying on the very last part on the wolf bridge.
I got all the way to points, but the last special item I got was at and it was a witches hat. Did anyone get anything past that?
This game is beautiful and interesting to play, however, the bugs take all of the enjoyment out of it. I've had to reload at least 4 times so far.
I'd love to play it all the way through, but it's frustrating me more than I'm enjoying it. If you've experienced the inventory-missing bug, I've found that picking up another item will un-glitch it.
I bought the bow and my inventory came back. In the dinner scene, the first three "cycles" each provide four options: However, it seems to me that for the other two rounds, or all three if you don't mind not being able to win, there are three other viable options: I'm curious as to whether anyone has noticed any change in the game or gameplay resulting from making different choices at that stage?
Or doesn't it matter? My only real gripe is that I wish the thought bubbles didn't always tell you exactly what to do.
For example, instead of making me find the thought bubble for every pile of dirt, just let me try to dig wherever I want. But that's minor and just the way I like to play.
Watching the walkthough video, it looks like you're supposed to be able to select items from the inventory by clicking on them, but my inventory only lets me click and drag.
As soon as I let go, the item flies back to the inventory. Not fun to find a bug when you reach the last task, that freezes your ability to move.
Refresh the page and instead of saving you get to start all over! The game has a huge glitch. I get to the meal scene after I start to walk again the pouch shows up and then the screen goes blank.
Make sure you empty your cache and reload to be sure you have the latest version. Also, that is the point at which the 2nd file of the game gets loaded, so there may actually be a slight delay while it's loading.
Please be patient, the game is huge 40MB in total between the 2 files. One more thing, make sure your Flash Player is updated to the latest version.
There have been a LOT of bugs in Flash lately. My cursor suddenly disappear after I got the glasses. I have tried to play this game for 5 times now and I don't think I will be able to play it any longer.
I will come back to play it in the future when the bug are fixed. Octochan and p The "head assplode" medal? My head exploded and I wound up as a bloody stump that could walk around the heart was even beating!
I got the medal and the death was counted. Eventually Gretel sorta dissolves back together, but the bloody shards that flew off to the ground were still there.
As for getting the arm at the tree scene, you do NOT need to! I didn't and completed the game with an extra piece of silver. However, I needed the video walkthrough to make sure I had all the coins.
Whenever you refuse, a kid gets closer to death. You can see their images change in the background. If you refuse everything before the cake, the living kids die.
Death is inevitable at the cake scene, whether you refuse or agree after eating all the non-plant foods, or refuse after refusing everything.
You CAN leave the dinner scene without the arm. You just don't have a disembodied arm to use later on but it's not a necessary item, anyway.
It's a lot of work but the prize is pretty cool though. It's a black cat mask with big moving eyes! From what I read on Newgrounds forum, they seem impossible to get right now.
I get the "Easter Egg" but I can't do anything with it, it never opens, I cliked it a lot of times and nothing happened I try to take it and show the dead chick her face but my bag is covering gretel and it won't let me -- HELP!
I seem to have hit a glitch that no one else seems to report. It's kept me from completing the game and nothing seems to make it go away:.
When I reach the stage where I have to try and get Gretel's face back, I accidentally clicked to an area behind the 2nd fairy.
I was then unable to move the fairy anywhere else on the screen. I could click places, but the fairy was stuck. I'm unable to progress any further and I can't find a workaround.
Even though I can't finish the game, I liked the atmosphere of it. It's creepy and strange, like a good children's story should be. Great game so far, but there's still a bug with one of the items.
I have reloaded 7 times, but every time I try to pick up the. It's a great game other than the bugs. Wish I could finish it.
The glasses aren't supposed to be in your inventory, they're at the top right of the screen. I -love- this game. In "Clever Cinders", the Opies observe that the heroine incinerates a giant by shoving him into an oven in a manner similar to Gretel's dispatch of the witch and they point out that a ruse involving a twig in a Swedish tale resembles Hansel's trick of the dry bone.
Linguist and folklorist Edward Vajda has proposed that these stories represent the remnant of a coming-of-age rite-of-passage tale extant in Proto-Indo-European society.
The fact that the mother or stepmother dies when the children have killed the witch has suggested to many commentators that the mother or stepmother and the witch are metaphorically the same woman.
In the Russian Vasilisa the Beautiful , the stepmother likewise sends her hated stepdaughter into the forest, to borrow a light from her sister, who turns out to be Baba Yaga , who is also a cannibalistic witch.
Besides highlighting the endangerment of children as well as their own cleverness , the tales have in common a preoccupation with food and with hurting children: Hansel and Gretel's trail of breadcrumbs inspired the name of the navigation element " breadcrumbs " that allows users to keep track of their locations within programs or documents.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the fairy tale. For other uses, see Hansel and Gretel disambiguation. Children's literature portal Germany portal.
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Frederick Ungar Publishing Co. Opie, Iona ; Opie, Peter The Classic Fairy Tales. The Old Magic of Christmas: Yuletide Traditions for the Darkest Days of the Year.
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