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The Phantom of the Opera

Eighteen years after his London bow, "The Phantom of the Opera" lives to sing again. Sumptuous pic version, which evokes the original show while working as a movie in its own right, is lit by a radiant, vocally lustrous perf by teenaged Emmy Rossum as the Phantom's muse and has a widescreen sweep and musical fluidity that avoids enervating, "Moulin Rouge!"-like flashiness. Given the show's enduring fan base, international business looks to be in a major key. However, unlike "Chicago," pic lacks the stars and Broadway pizzazz needed to attract a significant new audience, especially among young males.

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Eighteen years after his London bow, “The Phantom of the Opera” lives to sing again. Sumptuous pic version, which evokes the original show while working as a movie in its own right, is lit by a radiant, vocally lustrous perf by teenaged Emmy Rossum as the Phantom’s muse and has a widescreen sweep and musical fluidity that avoids enervating, “Moulin Rouge!”-like flashiness. Given the show’s enduring fan base, international business looks to be in a major key. However, unlike “Chicago,” pic lacks the stars and Broadway pizzazz needed to attract a significant new audience, especially among young males.

Rapid worldwide rollout starts Dec. 10 in the U.K., continuing through January. Film reaches U.S. shores Dec. 22 with moderate opening and goes wide Jan. 21.

The combo of a technically experienced film director (Joel Schumacher) with little background in theater and a legit producer-composer (Andrew Lloyd Webber) with little experience in cinema works remarkably well. Both seem to have faith in the basic material and nothing to prove beyond it: The music’s the thing here and, apart from a few structural tweaks and richer settings for the action, neither director nor producer mess with success.

As the umpteenth adaptation of Gaston Leroux’s baroque novel, Lloyd Webber’s musical was notable for discarding most of its horror-movie legacy (from Lon Chaney’s classic 1925 silent to Dario Argento’s 1998 gorefest) and turning the “Beauty and the Beast” theme into an operatic meller grounded in its legit setting. (Only other pic version in such a yearningly romantic vein is Ronny Yu’s luscious Sino “The Phantom Lover,” starring the late Leslie Cheung and catchily scored by Chris Babida.)

Schumacher further softens the horror aspects, not only in the Phantom’s mask (now hardly larger than an eye-patch) and scarred face (now little more than a bad acne attack) but also in the darkness of his soul. Although thesp Gerard Butler has a considerably deeper, more resonant voice than Phantom stage originator Michael Crawford, it’s rarely matched by an appropriately stygian atmosphere. More Gotham City-like darkness would have helped punch up the screen presence of this 19th-century Gallic Batman.

Opening reels stick closely to the show as, in 1919, an auctioneer (Paul Brooke) sells off knickknacks in the crumbling, dusty auditorium of Paris’ Opera Populaire, and the aged Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny (Patrick Wilson, convincingly aged), buys a music box with special memories. Thunderous organ chords then announce the overture, as yarn flashbacks to 1870, the building morphing into color and its former glory in a scalp-tingling f/x sequence.

As the company rehearses Chalumeau’s cheesy opera “Hannibal,” pic communicates a real delight in the mechanics and community of live theater, from backstage gizmos to costuming and contumely. With two experienced thesps, Simon Callow and Ciaran Hinds, playing the house’s new owners, veteran Murray Melvin as the campy conductor, and a beefed-up role for the comically temperamental diva, La Carlotta (Minnie Driver), the film nourishes this extra dimension throughout, which benefits the patter songs and later ensemble numbers like “Masquerade.”

After the Phantom makes his presence felt with a falling backdrop that just misses Carlotta, the diva storms off and chorus girl Christine (Rossum) is given a shot at her part. Pic dazzlingly segues from her audition to her actual performance (“Think of Me”) while, seated in a box, young aristocratic patron Raoul recognizes her as his childhood sweetheart.

Christine tells her best friend, Meg (Jennifer Ellison), daughter of ballet mistress Mme. Giry (Miranda Richardson), that she believes she’s been visited by the Angel of Music. As first Raoul visits her in her dressing room, and then the Phantom appears and seduces her (“The Music of the Night”), the story’s various poles are set up — love vs. sexual passion, high society vs. the outsider, celebrity vs. art — in Christine’s relationships with the two men.

This first 40 minutes forms a breathless first act that adds texture and depth to the stage show in a cinematic way (such as Christine and Meg’s duet, “Angel of Music,” set in a small chapel with soft, refracted colors from a window). After settling the audience down, Schumacher and Lloyd Webber start to tweak the original, basically converting a two-act musical into a standard three-act movie.

Most notable changes are moving the crashing chandelier that famously closed Act I to the very end — more logical in movie terms — and backgrounding the main characters in brief flashbacks. Much less of an improvement is periodically returning to the “present,” in a mini-story centered on the aged Raoul. These short sequences, rendered in grainy, newsreel-like monochrome, disrupt the main story’s flow and its accumulated romantic atmosphere, especially at the end. Deleting them would trim the running time, which starts to feel a tad long around the two-hour mark.

Casting of the supports, led by a delightfully over-the-top Driver, is acute down to the smallest roles. Callow, in full theatrical-luvvy mode, seems born for his part, with the more staid Hinds just managing to keep pace with him in the patter numbers. Lower key than usual, Richardson is solid as the all-knowing Mme. Giry.

Casting of the three leads is more uneven. Aside from his rooftop duet with Rossum (“All I Ask of You”), Wilson strikes few sparks as Raoul and his flat Yank accent doesn’t chime well with the largely Brit cast. Butler, Angelina Jolie’s partner in the second “Lara Croft,” has considerably more physical presence than Wilson. But, he seems over-constrained until the final reels, when the powerfully evocative number, “The Point of No Return,” finally strides into the score.

Though her impact is slightly diluted by the two leading men’s weaknesses, Rossum, who played the murdered teen in Clint Eastwood’s “Mystic River,” still shines as Christine. American thesp, who turned 17 during filming and trained as a youngster at New York’s Met, sports a limpidly arresting voice and looks that recalls a younger version of the role’s originator, Sarah Brightman.

All of the pic’s independently raised £50 million (now $96 million) budget — WB simply took North American distribution in exchange for pic rights reverting to Lloyd Webber — is up on the screen. Anthony Pratt’s meticulously detailed sets (spread across eight sound stages at the U.K.’s Pinewood Studios) evoke real settings in a slightly heightened style, complemented by Alexandra Byrne’s costumes in pastels, blacks and whites. D.p. John Mathieson’s play with diffused light often recalls his interiors in “Gladiator,” though here his color palette is wider.

Orchestrations by the original show’s David Cullen are full-bodied without drowning the lyrics in a wall of sound; more importantly, they don’t have to fight the effects track for attention. Sole glitch on the tech side is some sloppy lip-synch in the songs, notably in the Phantom’s first number.

All players except Driver sang their own songs. In what is thought to be a first, the vocals were recorded at Pinewood as rehearsals and filming progressed (thereby incorporating improvements in performance), rather than being pre-recorded.

  • Production: An Entertainment Film Distributors (in U.K.)/Warner Bros. (in U.S.) release of an Odyssey Entertainment presentation, in association with Warner Bros. Pictures, of a Really Useful Films, Scion Films production. Produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Executive producers, Austin Shaw, Paul Hitchcock, Louise Godsill, Ralph Kamp, Jeff Abberley, Julia Blackman, Keith Cousins. Co-producer, Eli Richbourg. Directed by Joel Schumacher. Screenplay, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Schumacher, based on the 1908 novel "Le Fantome de l'Opera" by Gaston Leroux and the 1986 stage musical by Lloyd Webber (book, music), Charles Hart (lyrics), Richard Stilgoe (book, additional lyrics), produced by Cameron Mackintosh, directed by Harold Prince.
  • Crew: Camera (Technicolor prints, Panavision widescreen), John Mathieson; editor, Terry Rawlings; additional music, Lloyd Webber; orchestrator, David Cullen; production designer, Anthony Pratt; supervising art director, John Fenner; art director, Paul Kirby; set decorator, Celia Bobak; costume designer, Alexandra Byrne; makeup and hair designer, Jenny Shircore; sound (Dolby Digital/SDDS/DTS Digital), Tony Dawe, Andy Nelson, Anna Behlmer; special visual effects supervisor, Peter Hutchinson; special effects, Cinesite; choreographer, Peter Darling; stunt co-ordinator, Greg Powell; assistant director, Tommy Gormley; casting, David Grindrod. Reviewed at Vue West End 7, London, Nov. 30, 2004. MPAA Rating: PG-13. Running time: 141 MIN.
  • With: The Phantom - Gerard Butler Christine Daae - Emmy Rossum Vicomte Raoul de Chagny - Patrick Wilson Mme. Giry - Miranda Richardson La Carlotta - Minnie Driver Gilles Andre - Simon Callow Richard Firmin - Ciaran Hinds Meg Giry - Jennifer Ellison Lefevre - James Fleet Piangi - Victor McGuire Buquet - Kevin R. McNally Reyer - Murray Melvin Auctioneer - Paul Brooke Young Mme. Giry - Laura Lounsom Young Phantom - Chris Overton With: Imogen Bain, Miles Western, Judith Paris, Halcro Johnston, Oliver Chopping, Alison Skilbeck, Lee Sellers, Ramin Karimloo, Annabel Porter, Max Thomas.

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The phantom of the opera (2004): 10 facts about joel schumacher’s film.

Joel Schumacher's adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera has its fans and as such, they need to learn how this movie was made.

Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera is one of the most popular musicals of all time, holding the record for the longest running show in Broadway history . It comes as no surprise, then, that movie studios wanted to make a film adaptation of the musical, which would ultimately be released in 2004.

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While the film wasn’t as well-received as the stage show and ended up polarizing fans of the original source material, Joel Schumacher's film still developed a cult following and helped to introduce a new generation to the grandiosity and magnificence of  The Phantom of the Opera.

Emmy Rossum Also Played The Christine Doll

One of the most memorable scenes in the movie concerns a doll in the Phantom’s lair that looks like Christine. Originally, the plan was for this to be a hyper realistic doll that looked like Emmy Rossum.

However, due to the fact that the eyes of the doll didn’t look lifelike enough, the production team had Emmy Rossum stand still and play the doll  instead, complete with ‘doll-makeup.'

The Phantom Only Has 14 Non-Singing Lines

Musicals, as is their nature, generally have fewer speaking lines than other movies. The reason for for this is, naturally, that the characters are more likely to sing their thoughts and feelings than to merely speak them.

As a result of this, despite being the title character, the Phantom of the Opera only has 14 lines of dialogue in the movie. Every time he appears onscreen, the Phantom sings whatever he's feeling at the moment.

There's A Nod To The Phantom's Original Weapon

One of the most memorable scenes in the movie was Raoul’s warning to the soldiers to keep their hands at the level of their eyes. The reason for this was actually a very subtle Easter Egg for the book upon which the musical and movie are based.

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In the book, the Phantom uses a ‘Punjab Lasso’ (a handheld hangman's noose that could be swung like a lasso) to kill his victims. Keeping one’s hands at the level of one’s eyes helps to stop the Punjab Lasso from getting a tight grip on someone's neck.

Michael Jackson Wanted To Be The Phantom

As with any production, several actors were considered for the role of the main lead. Over the course pre-production, actors including Heath Ledger , Hugh Jackman, Antonio Banderas, Meat Loaf, and John Travolta were all considered for the role of the Phantom.

However, the strangest connection to the role of the Phantom was Michael Jackson . The King of Pop allegedly was a huge fan of the production and wanted to play the Phantom. For a number of reasons, none of these casting ideas went anywhere, and Gerard Butler became the film's star.

Anne Hathaway & Keira Knightley Almost Played Christine

In a similar manner to the casting of the Phantom, several prominent actresses were considered for the role of Christine. The most prominent of which were Keira Knightley and Anne Hathaway .

However, Joel Schumacher was very set on casting Emmy Rossum in the role. Since Hathaway was filming another project in 2004, the role ultimately went to Rossum

Gerard Butler Never Had A Proper Singing Lesson

It’s fairly common for actors to take part in singing lessons if a role requires it. After all, it’s only natural that the actor takes part in lessons so that they can, not only sing better, but also so they can learn to express themselves more convincingly in the musical genre.

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However, some may be surprised to learn that Gerard Butler didn't have a real singing lesson for his role as the titular Phantom. As a result, Gerard Butler  admitted that he struggled when singing, especially the song 'Music of the Night.' This also led to most of the criticisms, with many citing Butler's singing as the film's weakest link.

The Script Was Written In 1989

The Phantom of the Opera is one of the most popular musicals of all time, with the production holding the record for the longest running Broadway musical of all time. Perhaps to lead off the back of this popularity, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Joel Schumacher actually wrote the screenplay in the South of France way back in 1989 .

While the screenplay for the movie was finished at the tail end of the '80s, the film itself didn't see the light of day until the following century, with the film releasing in 2004.

Ramin Karimloo Was Christine’s Father

Fans of The Phantom of the Opera will recognize Ramin Karimloo as one of the most popular actors to ever take on the role of the Phantom. However, some may be surprised to learn that the actor actually appeared in the movie.

Rather than playing the Phantom, Karimloo was given the role of Christine’s father . This makes Karimloo one of the rare Phantom  stars to have played Christine’s father, Raoul, and the Phantom.

The Chandelier Had A Stunt Double

The chandelier is one of the most iconic elements of the The Phantom of the Opera musical. It is the rising of the chandelier that starts the musical and it is through its crashing later on that we learn of the disaster at the opera house. Basically, the chandelier could be considered to be a character all of its own.

The chandelier in the movie was made by Swarovski and weighed over 2.2 tons and cost roughly a million Dollars to make. Due to its massive weight and how impractical and expensive it would be to build another chandelier, it had a stunt double  that was used during some of the dangerous and intense scenes.

Emmy Rossum Was Only 17-Years Old When Filming

Emmy Rossum played Christine Daaé, who's relatively younger than her two male co-stars. Despite the fact that her two love interests, the Phantom and Raoul, were both played by actors in their thirties, Emmy Rossum was only 17 .

The age gap between the love interests in terms of the story's time-setting may not be too surprising, but the fact that Rossum wasn't even 18 at the time of filming is incredibly shocking to some viewers.

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