It was recently revealed that the shooting of Francis Ford Coppola’s new film is a disaster, but the veteran director has denied everything.
Francis Ford Coppola he has put 120 million of his own pocket to make the film Megalopolis and a report revealed that they are spending too much money and the production is very chaotic. You have all the information in this news.
Now, Francis Ford Coppola has been defended with these words in DL.
“It was basically about managing costs. He had never worked on a movie where he was so happy with the cast. I am very happy with the look and we are so on time. These reports never say who these sources are. To them I say, ha ha, just wait and see. Because this is a beautiful movie and mainly because the cast is great. I’ve liked working with such a hard-working cast and so willing to look for the unconventional, to find hidden solutions. These actors are exciting to work with and the photography is everything I could hope for. Journals are great. So if we’re on time, and I love the actors and the looks are great, I don’t know what the others here are talking about.”
The cast the director is talking about is made up of Aubrey Plaza, Giancarlo Esposito, Adam Driver, Nathalie Emmanuel, Shia LaBeouf, James Remar, Talia Shire, Jon Voight, Dustin Hoffman, Forest Whitaker, Jason Schwartzman, Laurence Fishburne, Chloe Fineman, D.B. Sweeney, Kathryn Hunter, Isabelle Kusman, Grace VanderWaal y Madeleine Gardella.
What will the movie be about?
For now, we have few details of Megalopolisbut the story he has prepared Francis Ford Coppola centers on an architect who aims to rebuild New York City as a utopia after a devastating disaster.
For the special effects, they are using the dome technology that has become fashionable thanks to the series. The Mandalorian of Disney Plus. It seems that this is causing that not everything is to the taste of the director and there are changes in the art department. Although according to Francis Ford Coppola everything is going well. So let’s hope he makes a film as impactful for cinema history as El Padrino, Apocalypse Now o Bram Stoker’s Dracula.