So our business here is done — principle photography, anyway.  It was a challenging schedule we had for this latest installment of RIDDICK – a scant 47 days – but we managed to get what we needed (and more), thanks to a skilled crew and a gifted and willing cast.  I’m packing up now to return to L.A. after five months here, but the memories of Montreal are already piling up in my head in a way that I know will haunt me, happily, for years to come.  

Above is a photo of me and some of Santana’s crew between takes on the set of RIDDICK. 


~ by davidtwohy on April 4, 2012.

14 Responses to “AU REVOIR, MONTREAL”

  1. awesome pic.. cant wait for the release.. props to all that worked so hard on this film.. its gonna be epic.

  2. Cant wait to see it, wonder how long after the US release will it screen in Australia… I dont even recall The Chronicles of Riddick in the cinema’s here. 😦

  3. Looks intriguing….Hope the Story is good and that you left “The Dog” in… ( The one featured in the storyboards-it really seemed to add a lot!) All in all…I wish you the Best with this…You are a Wonderful Director.. 🙂

  4. Awesome DT did you get in a shot ha ha i would have lmao Cant wait to see it Looking BAD ASS just the way i like it GRRR…

  5. I can’t believe you can shoot a movie in so few days.

    It has been really interesting following Vins Facebook through the making of yet another chapter of the amazing Riddick story. Keep up feeding us little tidbits please.

    Can’t wait to see it in the theater!

  6. Only you could bring Riddick back to us! Then again, great things are worth waiting for… 🙂

  7. Cool picture, thanks for the update!

    I hope that you guys will be at San Diego Comic-Con to promote the film 🙂

  8. Reblogged this on khrystleraineduste and commented:
    Now we wait for them to finish cleaning up the movie and get it out to us!!! Come on RIDDICK!…

  9. Now we wait on pins and needles for the finished movie to hit the theatres! Congrat’s Sir! I hope you get a few moments of rest before heading over to Britain…*khrys…

  10. […] wrapped – new set pic April 5, 2012 David Twohy shared a good-bye picture at his blog yesterday showing him and the ‘bad guys’ from Santana’s crew at the […]

  11. […] explained on his official site that’s director David Twohy posing with “Santana’s crew” between takes. Santana is the […]

  12. […] looking forward to seeing it when it comes out..This picture is one from David Twohy’s blog celebrating the end of an apparently hectic filming schedule.  It includes Twohy and some of […]

  13. Was that you guys down in old Montreal? I had one of the most surreal moments in my life as I walked by your set and glanced over through a metal mesh and saw this barren post-apocalyptic world. One of those ‘am I actually awake or still dreaming moments’ before I realized it was a movie set

  14. […] (now titled… Riddick) has officially wrapped principal photography, and writer/director David Twohy (The Chronicles of Riddick) posted a picture to mark the end of the journey. For those who […]

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