Thursday, April 28, 2022

Universal loses from $600,000 to $1 million for each day of downtime while filming \"Fast and the Furious 10\"

Universal loses from $600,000 to $1 million for each day of downtime while filming \

According to Variety, Justin Lin's departure from the director's chair of \"Fast and the Furious 10\" now costs Universal a hefty financial loss - from $600,000 to $1 million daily.As noted earlier, the studio is in talks with several candidates and hopes to confirm a new director as soon as possible.
With Lyn, who retained the position of producer and co-writer of the script, parting allegedly passed \"amicably\".As for the wasted money - here, alas, nothing can be done, because the studio needs to keep the crew in a state of low start.
The cost of the delay also depends on the scale of the particular scene that was going to be filmed.There is another unpleasant point - Jason Momoa, Charlize Theron and Brie Larson have quite a busy schedule, so downtime could further affect their screen time or, conversely, increase production costs.Justin Lin and Vin DieselUniversal could have replaced Lin with someone from the directors who had a hand in the past parts of the series.
The problem is that three of them are now busy with other projects, one has moved on, and Rob Cohen, who directed the original Fast and Furious, was accused of sexual harassment a few years ago.
Another option - to take an experienced director of the second echelon, because the participation in the project of someone with a big name will certainly result in script edits and, accordingly, additional time and costs.In theory, even the candidacy of Vin Diesel does not seem impossible, because the actor has long been a producer of the franchise and periodically influences the plot.
If not for his pressure, Mia Toretto, played by Jordana Brewster, would not have appeared in the tenth installment.

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