Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy: The Filming of the Douglas Adams classic

Hitchhiker s Guide To The Galaxy The Filming of the Douglas Adams classic Cast includes Sam Rockwell as Zaphod Mos Def as Ford Prefect Martin Freeman as Arthur Bill Nighy as Slartibartfast and John Malkovich as Humma Kavula a new character created by Adams for the movie

  • Title: Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy: The Filming of the Douglas Adams classic
  • Author: Robbie Stamp Paul Simpson
  • ISBN: 9781557046765
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Cast includes Sam Rockwell as Zaphod, Mos Def as Ford Prefect, Martin Freeman as Arthur, Bill Nighy as Slartibartfast and John Malkovich as Humma Kavula, a new character created by Adams for the movie Jim Henson s Creature Workshop adds refreshing mix of CGI technology, state of the art puppeteering, and animation Hammer Tongs Garth Jennings and Nick Goldsmith Cast includes Sam Rockwell as Zaphod, Mos Def as Ford Prefect, Martin Freeman as Arthur, Bill Nighy as Slartibartfast and John Malkovich as Humma Kavula, a new character created by Adams for the movie Jim Henson s Creature Workshop adds refreshing mix of CGI technology, state of the art puppeteering, and animation Hammer Tongs Garth Jennings and Nick Goldsmith, the film s director and producer is the company behind some of the most memorable music videos of recent times, including Fatboy Slim and Coffee TV Adams close personal friend and executive producer Robbie Stamp had exclusive access to all aspects of the production As the book s editor, he includes rare interviews and materials storyboards, sketches, never before seen artwork about the making of The Heart of Gold, The Vogons, and the Guide itself Includes chapters on Earth, The Cast, The Vogons, The Heart of Gold, Vogon Command Headquarters, Viltvodle 6, Vogsphere, Magrathea, and Earth II.A must have companion to the film, this is the book old and new fans of Hitchhiker s have been waiting for.

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    • I thought this book was alright it din't really make scene at times but it was pretty funny. It takes place on earth in the UK and is about the ends of the earth and a journey around the galaxy. The main character is a human from earth named Arthur Dent and his friend named Ford Perfect who terns out to be an alien who safes Arthur from the destruction of earth.


    • To clarify, this book is NOT "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams. It is a book about the filming of the 2005 movie, "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy." Fascinating details about the film's production include the design of the Heart of Gold, costuming, set design, Vogon culture, and stories about the dolphins from the film's popular (and musical!) opening scene. I would never have realized how much detailed work goes into the creation of a film!


    • I tried to finish but couldn't. A great concept with moments of absurd humor that put our sense of self-importance in an infinite universe into its place. But perhaps it achieves its end too well--yoiu are left with the feeling, "this is all meaningless."


    • One of the funniest books I have ever read. I can't wait to read the 2nd book, and i hope it is as good and witty as this!






    • A very very very fun book to read. I mostly adored the creativity of the author, but his talent to state something incredibly interesting, and then blind-siding you in the next line with a lame joke that you really should have seen coming. It was a blast.I would not have enjoyed this book quite so much when I was younger, namely because I considered science fiction to be a more serious entity (Youth Bah!). I would definitely recommend this book to nearly anyone, however you have to be a fan of B [...]


    • This book was really childish, the vocabulary Adams used was very basic and simple. There seemed to be no climax in the plot and no organization of the story. At the end, the reader is left hanging, but doesn't want to know what happened anyway because the story was so bad. I don't recommend this book to anyone over the age of 12, they'll find it very childish. Adam's attempts at humor are pathetic, this book reeks!


    • It was great! :) I love the humor and the ingenuity. I found that I had to read it spontaneousl​y or else all the info were easily forgotten. :/ But I appreciated it all the same. I also enjoyed the different novums.


    • The book actually feels incomplete compared to the movie. The movie story is like a better second draft.


    • This book was pretty interesting and failry humorous at times. It should have had more of an interesting problem and climax however.




    • As the quote on the back of my copy puts it - "Extremely funny inspired lunacy [and] over much too soon." I couldn't have put it better myself! Five stars!


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