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19th Aug '16 1:18:47 PM Morgenthaler
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* British hardcore/electronic/everything band EnterShikari often layer in random bits of talking, which is the band members loitering outside the recording studio, drunk, heckling the member who is singing. For the "Ello Tyrannosaurus" lyric just before the breakdown in 'Hello Tyrannosaurus, Meet Tyrannicide', the producer had Rou run to the back of the room and shout the lyric in order to get the correct sense of distance and shouting in a large space.

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* British hardcore/electronic/everything band EnterShikari Music/EnterShikari often layer in random bits of talking, which is the band members loitering outside the recording studio, drunk, heckling the member who is singing. For the "Ello Tyrannosaurus" lyric just before the breakdown in 'Hello Tyrannosaurus, Meet Tyrannicide', the producer had Rou run to the back of the room and shout the lyric in order to get the correct sense of distance and shouting in a large space.
18th Aug '16 3:20:08 AM pinkdalek
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* In ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'', he's considered suitable for the part of the deeply broken, suicidal racehorse Secretariat because he's so much a screw-up in real life, rather than because he's a good actor at all. In fact, once he's getting the movie made and feeling good about himself, he's unable to stop hamming up his line readings in the style of the dated sitcom-acting he's famous for, howling "what are ''youu-uuuu'' doing here!!" in IncomingHam style in a scene that's supposed to be during the darkest day of his character's life. It's only after his real life implodes again that he's able to give the bitter, self-loathing line-read the scene calls for.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'', he's [=BoJack=]'s considered suitable for the part of the deeply broken, suicidal racehorse Secretariat because he's so much a screw-up in real life, rather than because he's a good actor at all. In fact, once he's getting the movie made and feeling good about himself, he's unable to stop hamming up his line readings in the style of the dated sitcom-acting he's famous for, howling "what are ''youu-uuuu'' doing here!!" in IncomingHam style in a scene that's supposed to be during the darkest day of his character's life. It's only after his real life implodes again that he's able to give the bitter, self-loathing line-read the scene calls for.
18th Aug '16 3:19:25 AM pinkdalek
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* In ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'', he's considered suitable for the part of the deeply broken, suicidal racehorse Secretariat because he's so much a screw-up in real life, rather than because he's a good actor at all. In fact, once he's getting the movie made and feeling good about himself, he's unable to stop hamming up his line readings in the style of the dated sitcom-acting he's famous for, howling "what are ''youu-uuuu'' doing here!!" in IncomingHam style in a scene that's supposed to be during the darkest day of his character's life. It's only after his real life implodes again that he's able to give the bitter, self-loathing line-read the scene calls for.
8th Aug '16 7:08:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* When WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob and Creator/AllisonPregler teamed up to review TheAsylum's ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes'' {{Mockbuster}}, [[Creator/BradJones Brad]] was supposed to punch her for suggesting they review another film together. He actually hit her, and her reaction is genuine. It was clear from the outtake video that it was an accident, though.

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* When WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob and Creator/AllisonPregler teamed up to review TheAsylum's Creator/TheAsylum's ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes'' {{Mockbuster}}, [[Creator/BradJones Brad]] was supposed to punch her for suggesting they review another film together. He actually hit her, and her reaction is genuine. It was clear from the outtake video that it was an accident, though.
14th Jul '16 9:02:15 PM DrPsyche
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* In his 150th episode ''WebVideo/BennettTheSage'' received a beatdown by a number of other internet personalities with wife bats, concluding with [[WebVideo/TwoBestFriendsPlay Woolie]] cracking a pool cue on him to knock him to the floor. The pool cue was breakable, but it broke in a completely different area, meaning Bennett really did have a pool cue broken on his back. He shows off the bruise in the outtakes with Marc joking that they were filming an assault.

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* In his 150th episode ''WebVideo/BennettTheSage'' received a beatdown by a number of other internet personalities with wife wiffle bats, concluding with [[WebVideo/TwoBestFriendsPlay Woolie]] cracking a pool cue on him to knock him to the floor. The pool cue was breakable, but it broke in a completely different area, meaning Bennett really did have a pool cue broken on his back. He shows off the bruise in the outtakes with Marc joking that they were filming an assault.
14th Jul '16 9:01:47 PM DrPsyche
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* In his 150th episode ''WebVideo/BennettTheSage'' received a beatdown by a number of other internet personalities with wife bats, concluding with [[WebVideo/TwoBestFriendsPlay Woolie]] cracking a pool cue on him to knock him to the floor. The pool cue was breakable, but it broke in a completely different area, meaning Bennett really did have a pool cue broken on his back. He shows off the bruise in the outtakes with Marc joking that they were filming an assault.
9th Jul '16 9:26:21 AM twilicorn
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* [[http://skunkandburningtires.tumblr.com/post/145708129274/ginnifer-goodwin-shares-the-tearful-tale-behind According to this tumblr post]] Creator/GinniferGoodwin actually started crying while voicing Judy Hopps for Disney's Disney/{{Zootopia}} during [[spoiler: Judy apologizes to Nick for stereotyping him]] that even the directors Byron Howard and Rich Moore started tearing up.

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* More of a case of Accidental Method Acting, but still: [[http://skunkandburningtires.tumblr.com/post/145708129274/ginnifer-goodwin-shares-the-tearful-tale-behind According to this tumblr post]] post,]] Creator/GinniferGoodwin actually started crying while voicing Judy Hopps for Disney's Disney/{{Zootopia}} during recording the ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' scene where [[spoiler: Judy apologizes to Nick for stereotyping him]] that even the directors him]]. Directors Byron Howard and Rich Moore started tearing up. were also visibly moved by Goodwin's performance. To quote an interview from Moore:
-->"She was actually crying when she recorded that scene, which then made it seem so real. And when Kira Lehtomaki - who was the lead [animator] on Hopps – and the other animators heard that take, they were like ‘You’re not going to use a different take, are you?!’ Kira wanted that take so badly. She said 'I know what to do.’ And when she brought the first pass to Rich and I, we were like 'Holy shit!’"
24th Jun '16 7:16:34 PM Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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* While recording the song "Living for the City", Music/StevieWonder's recording partners deliberately interfered with and criticized his performance, in order to get a raw sound out of him. In the end, Wonder's voice was so angry and hoarse that he got the result they were looking for.
22nd Jun '16 8:01:06 PM ShiroAkuma
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* "Manga/SkipBeat: Kyoko does this when she gets into her character for Dark Moon. Everyone's shock is real because they didn't know how Kyoko would present her character. It was so unexpected and shocking that Director Ogata falls to his knees.

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* "Manga/SkipBeat: ''Manga/SkipBeat'': Kyoko does this when she gets into her character for Dark Moon. Everyone's shock is real because they didn't know how Kyoko would present her character. It was so unexpected and shocking that Director Ogata falls to his knees.
18th Jun '16 12:19:41 AM Doug86
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* In {{Prince}}'s music video "Kiss", the face Wendy Melvoin makes when the singer literally gets in her face is genuine. She was simply expecting to play the guitar on a stool while Prince danced around her.

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* In {{Prince}}'s Music/{{Prince}}'s music video "Kiss", the face Wendy Melvoin makes when the singer literally gets in her face is genuine. She was simply expecting to play the guitar on a stool while Prince danced around her.
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