In order to get the scenes to look alike many different takes were filmed in different weather conditions. Eventually Harold Ramis chose the bleak Wisconsin look for the film.
Groundhog Day (1993)
That’s right, “the bleak Wisconsin look”.
That went better than expected.
Spoilers: This morning’s sunrise looks less like a sunrise and more like a nuclear event.
I hear it’s cold back home.
Good morning, other ocean.
I’ve seen a lot of disturbing things on this trip, but there is a bright side.
Looking for some stairs to drive down.
Made it to the Publix deli with moments to spare.
Spin the Whiskeycam is haplening.
The result of my unexpected trip to Oakland last weekend: unexpected happenings.
I love the video in this piece. Live production is amazing on so many levels, and The Verge’s OC video content is exactly the stuff I want to make when I grow up.
It’s one of my life’s goals to see this in real life.
(Source: gifleme, via ben)