David Fincher Offers His Side of Infamous Zodiac Feud with Jake Gyllenhaal

David Fincher is a filmmaker who can never be accused of pulling his punches, both in terms of the content of his films and the methods of filmmaking. While making of 2007 Amount, Fincher discussed several issues with one of his leading men, Jake Gyllenhaal. In a new interview with The New York Times, Fincher argued that the problem was due to Gelenhall’s attitude.

“Jake was in an unenviable position to be very young and to get a lot of attention for himself, working for someone who doesn’t allow you to take a day off. I believe Is that you have everything with your peripheral vision. ” Seems to have been informed by Jake’s philosophy – look, he must have made a bunch of movies, even as a kid, but I don’t think he was ever asked to focus on Meenutia Was, and I think he was very distracted. “

At the time of Of the zodiac Make Jake Gyllenhaal Was an up-and-coming actor who was predicted to be the next big thing due to the buzz surrounding his performance Donnie Darko And Jarhead. Fincher seems to have been influenced by the way in which the actor approached for his work Amount.

“His manager and his silly agent who were coming to his trailer to talk about GQ and this cover during lunch. He was being put to death by a duck, and not a particularly smart duck. He got it in his sight. ” , And it was hard for him to hit the fastball. “

For his part, Gyllenhaal explained the problems he faced on set Amount Put the blame on how Fincher works. According to the actor, the fact that David fincher The emphasis was on retaking each shot repeatedly and again both exhaustion and ultimately wasted.

“You take one, 5 takes, 10 takes. Some places, 90 takes. But there’s a stopping point. There’s a point you go, ‘That’s what we have to work with.” But we will resume things. So there came a point where I would say, well, what do I do? Where is the risk “

From Jelenhain’s co-stars Amount, Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo were more astute in their evaluation of Fincher’s methods, but also acknowledged that unrelated retakes were difficult to handle. For its part, Fincher stands with the way it works in its own way, the only way to ensure that the story is being told in the best possible way.

“There are definitely times when I can see someone slapping me … people go through rough patches all the time. I do. So I try to be kind about it. But. It’s: four. Hundred. Thousand. Dollars a day. And we may not get a chance to come back and do it again. I tell the actors all the time: I’m not going around your hangover, I’m your dog. I’m not going around dying, I’m not going around the fact that you fired your agent or your agent fired you. Once you get here, the only thing I need Care, did we tell the story? “

This news first appeared in the New York Times.

Neeraj Chand

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