Kawhi WroteColonJa sam na pola. Dobar film, ali nešto mi fali. Doduše, s društvom sam ga gledao pa mi možda bude bolji kad ga budem gledao sam. Odakle ti to za producente?
In the case of Alex Garland‘s “Annihilation,” it sent two producers to war.
The movie, which wrapped shooting in July 2016, had a poor test screening this summer that **** say was the root of the conflict. After the screening, Ellison became concerned that the movie was “too intellectual” and “too complicated,” according to ****, and wanted changes made to make it appeal to a wider audience. They included making Portman’s character more sympathetic as well as tweaking the ending.
Ellison demanded changes to Annihilation, including a more upbeat ending and making Natalie Portman’s character more sympathetic (in the book, her character is a bit stoic and cerebral, which is kind of important to her arc). Rudin had Garland’s back, but more crucially, he had final cut on the movie, and though he managed to refuse Ellison’s demands and preserve his filmmaker’s creative vision, Paramount seems to have gotten cold feet from the whole thing.
And that’s where the Netflix deal came in. The streaming giant has agreed to pay for half of the film’s $55 million production budget — that’s cheap for an ambitious sci-fi blockbuster, and hardly makes Annihilation a “risk.” Still, Netflix has taken international distribution rights and will release the film 17 days after it opens in theaters, on February 23. As part of the deal, Annihilation will only play in theaters in the U.S., Canada and China, thus losing some potential international box office; a move that seems counterintuitive.
Bez obzira što su zadržali Garlandovu viziju, mislim da je i ovaj producent bio malo strašljiv nakon konflikta dok je pravio final cut, jer baš to, fali mu nešto malo. Mislim da je to, to
Ali meni se baš dopao. Planiram drugo gledanje ovih dana