Josh Brolin On The Jonah Hex Post-Production Changes!
The actor talks more about Jonah Hex's rough road to the big screen and reveals just how happy he is with the final cut of the film...
"Extremely." the actor said when asked how satisfied he is with the final cut of the movie. However, he did go on to reveal that it: "went through a lot of manifestations of what this was going to be, especially in post-production."
"The more involved I get in film, you see what you get and all the footage you get when you're shooting, and once you get into the editing room you go, 'Wow, if you take this scene and put it into the beginning, and actually cut up these two scenes and inter-cut them, it's a lot more dynamic than we initially thought. So whatever initial intentions I had in the beginning were kind of blown apart once we were shooting, and those were all reconstructed by the time we got into the editing room."
"There was a lot of humor I saw the opportunity for that we didn't necessarily see on the set," he added. "I always wanted those great one-liners — those Charles Bronson-esque and Clint Eastwood-esque one-liners. I'm a huge fan of those, so I wanted to bring that back as much as I could without doing any kind of copycatting."
"Once we saw the opportunity for that, we thought, 'Wow, if we did additional shooting, we could bring that out more, we could extrapolate on that more, we could exploit that more,' and I think we did. So this last cut, I'm very very happy with."
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