Do No Harm opens
“Gary Steele, our production designer, designed it and built it. He did a lot of research of period plantations, because people kind of instantly go to antebellum type plantations in the deep south. He wanted to build it more like a plantation of the period, an early colonial plantation.
We found an area that had grass and a thin serpentine pond that ran throughout the property. And it had this perfect little peninsula. We built the façade on it. And what it allowed us to do is build a road, and a front entrance. Then we blued it out. You put the blue screen around the façade. Then you can visual effects in the rest of the house.
We did build a working porch outside, and the first floor is a façade. The wings and the second story are all visual effects.”
-Matthew B. Roberts, Executive Producer