In this issue:
ILM’s Danny Wagner by Michael Key
Michael Key heads to Industrial Light and Magic to meet sculptor, modelmaker and puppeteer Danny Wagner and get the full tour of the gem-packed facility where he has worked on films such as The Mummy Returns and Star Wars: Episode I- The Phantom Menace.
Kevin Haney is BUSHed by Craig McCallister
Oscar-winning make-up artist Kevin Haney transforms actor Steve Bridges into President George W. Bush for his traveling one-man comedy show. Writer Craig McCallister shows step by step how Haney creates this uncanny look.
Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle Make-up by Lindsay Viner
Writer Lindsay Viner takes a look at the prosthetics, tattoos and make-up designed by department head Kimberly Greene to create hip disguises for the stars of Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle.
Pirates of the Caribbean by Barney Burman
When Johnny Depp requested Ve Neill as his make-up artist for Pirates of the Caribbean, the studio instead made her head of the department. Barney Burman tells us the products and techniques used to create beards, scars and tattoos worthy of these swashbuckling pirates.
Beauty for the Ages: Alex and Emma by Joe Nazzaro
For the film Alex & Emma, make-up artist Ronnie Specter created five different character looks for Kate Hudson, who plays a stenographer that becomes an ever-changing character in the novel she is helping to write. Joe Nazzaro finds out which products Specter used to represent different time periods.