Star Wars Assembler: Episode IX – Skywalker Ascension Maryann Brandon was the newest member of the production to talk about the criticism of the film and the difficulty of pleasing the community. The information comes from The Playlist, based on Brandon's interview with The Rought Cut podcast. Earlier, writer Chris Terrio had already explained in an interview some of the most controversial choices in the film.
In short, the automaker explained that the deadline for finalizing production was too short and the team worked to the last minute to deliver the film, adopting unconventional methods to meet the schedule – and three months less than in Awakening. Force, also directed by JJ Abrams.
"It was a struggle. It affected everything. About a third of the way down, Kathy (Lucasfilm producer Katheline Kennedy) was like 'JJ needs to spend more time in the editing room.' And I knew that wasn't going to happen. Not with the schedule we were working with. Not with everything he had to deal with daily … he was simply exhausted at the end of the day, "he reports.
Brandon also told about some "tricks" that the team set up to finish certain scenes in time. "I suggested doing the assembly on set. (…) I went wherever JJ was, always 3 meters from the camera, wherever the camera was, and did the editing in a mobile way. And between shots , he could sit with me and we would go over things, "he explains. Normally, she would have to work in a different location from the recording and receive the raw material after a large amount of footage and then calmly work on the editing.
This "box touch" montage made the director uneasy, but the team eventually got used to the pace and approved the result. Like much of the technical team that accompanied the third chapter of the new trilogy, Brandon worked several times with Abrams on films and series.
And the fan service?
Regarding criticism of the feature film, the automaker also explained that making a Star Wars movie today is a "no chance of winning" situation and that pleasing the community is the best solution. "Look, of course, it's fan service. If you didn't guarantee things to the fans, it would be like, 'Oh, he didn't follow the Star Wars story,' and all that means," he says.
Finally, she also praised the message that the production would like to pass on to the viewer. "At a time when the whole world is polarized, this shouldn't be a polarizing movie. Basically, his message is' Hey, you know? You can be bad and good to come into your life. And maybe if If you are willing to do that, extraordinary things can change your mind. And you have to believe that there is always hope. "
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