The director of Dark Fate shot a scene that he never intended to use [Comic-Con]

Moderated by Collider’s Steven Weintraub and attended by /Film’s Jacob Hall, the Director panel discussion on the Directing panel quickly turned to how sometimes the shooting environment isn’t quite ideal (especially is on a major studio franchise), but the crew had to make the most of it on set. This led Tim Miller to share the experience he had while filming “Terminator: Dark Fate”, also a piece of life advice.

“We shot a scene in ‘Terminator’ that I didn’t believe in, but I had to film it. I stood up in front of the crew and said, ‘So I hate this scene. I don’t believe it. I don’t think so. it’s going to work and I don’t think it’s going to appear in the movie either, but I’ll do my best to film it.’ [M]The reason is that I’ve worked with these people and if they also know it’s bad, and if I don’t say it’s bad, then they’ll question my judgment. They don’t believe in you. You must say it. You must be honest. “

There are certain parts of the job that we won’t care about, no matter what position we are in. However, at the end of the day, we had to start and finish work like Miller did on set. Mastering small parts of the job, especially when you’re in a leadership position, is arguably the best way to earn the respect of your co-workers. So take note!

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