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Gina McIntyre is a veteran entertainment journalist who has covered movies, TV, and music for the Los

Angeles Times, The Hollywood Reporter, and Entertainment Weekly. She is the author of Guillermo del

Toroâ€s The Shape of Water: Creating a Fairy Tale for Troubled Times and The Art of Ready Player One.

Her writing has also appeared in Rolling Stone online. She lives with her husband and daughter in Riverside,

Illinois. Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer are film and television writers, directors, and producers, as well as

twin brothers. They are the creators of Stranger Things, which has won five Emmys as well as awards from

the Producers Guild of America and the American Film Institute. Read more Excerpt. © Reprinted by

permission. All rights reserved. UP IN THE AIR  Itâ€s one of the most eye-popping displays of

Elevenâ€s amazing powers: as the young heroes are pursued by Brenner and his “bad men― through

the streets of Hawkins, the gifted girl stares down a white van coming straight toward Mike and her and

sends it soaring overhead. The vehicle crashes to the street below, blocking the pursuers†path and

allowing the kids to escape. Special effects coordinator Caius Man explains how he helped Eleven make the

van fly:  “From our standpoint, it really wasnâ€t that supremely complicated. A flying car is a flying

car. There were some unusual aspects to that because of the unnatural way they wanted it to fly, where it

lifted sort of straight up and then tipped forward, so it took a little engineering. But it worked when we did it.

 “We actually physically fired a van. We towed one down the street, and the van had in it two nitrogen

cannons, two nitrogen sleeves that fired a high-density plastic slug out of the bottom of them to push it up

into the air. One was just hitting a little harder than the other, which is what resulted in it going end over end

the way it was supposed to.  “We built a small test in our shop. Basically, we built a plywood van with

a couple of pneumatic cylinders, and we hopped it around the shop a bunch of times and were satisfied that it

was going to function. [The Duffers] wanted to see a full-size version of it to make sure that we could get it

sufficiently high [so that they] could composite the children on the bicycles underneath it. What we did is,

we shot it in the air, and then we had the kids ride down the street with the camera in the same position.

Then we just cropped the two images together. We didnâ€t shoot the van over kids. That would be insane.

 “We took it to a parking lot—a similar van, not exactly the same van—to a parking lot at Screen

Gems, at our studio, and shot it. It launched, and everybody was excited. It landed exactly where I told them

it was going to land, and pretty much everything was as it should be. On the day, we pointed three cameras

at it, and we had a camera in the middle of the street that was aimed straight at it. It was the POV of the kids,

and we fired it up over the camera. The first time we did it, we had a mechanical flaw. Instead of jumping up

in the air, the front end jumped up and not the back, and it shark-attacked the camera in the middle of the

street and destroyed it. So that didnâ€t work as well as we wouldâ€ve liked.“It turned out to be a

mechanical failure in a part that we replaced. The body shop fixed up the bumper in a couple of days, and we


shot it again two weeks later. It was flawless and beautiful. As Shawn [Levy] described it, the gagâ€s so

nice, we did it twice.― Read more

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