Ben Grimm: No more cracks about how I look.
Johnny Storm: Hey, call me Mr. Sensitivity. Everybody out of the way! Wide load coming through! He's huge!
When Johnny is walking out of the dirt bike stadium, he has his arms around two women's shoulders. The shot changes, now the two women are holding on to his arms. The shot changes again, and now his arms are free. It happens too fast for him to just let go of the women. See more...
The Thing suit weighed 60 pounds and required six hours to put on. It became so hot that two holes were put in (one on the back of the head, one on the posterior) to allow air conditioning units to cool down the actor inside. Michael Chiklis observed that he spent the entire time either filming or with an air conditioner stuck up his ar*e. See more...
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|Original entry||A vital part of the denouement comes as Doom is disabled when he is superheated and then cooled down by being sprayed by water. As Reed has it - "You know what happens when hot metal is rapidly cooled." Not much that will help them, actually. Water cooling of hot metals is an important part of the process of hardening them. Spraying ordinary fire hydrant water on red hot metal will make it stronger. Since Doom's metal body was overheated they should have made him even hotter, pushing him to melting point (we already know Johnny can generate enough heat to melt tungsten) rather than helping him out by cooling him back down. [The important part was that as the metal hardened it would lose its elasticity and he would be unable to move, which is exactly what was shown on screen.]|