The result was a disaster, and Josh Brolin is candid about his not-so-fond memories of the production. READ MORE: The 20 Worst Summer Blockbusters Ever “Oh, ‘Jonah Hex,’ hated it.
In the context of making Jonah Hex, they made the film, didn’t like the result, then recklessly threw more money at a new director and mass reshoots. This is analogous to a day trader who suffers some losses, then gets angry and makes more trades with less planning and research.
Top responsesRevenge trading in finance is like doubling down after losing a bet. You took a loss and then you make a riskier move to try to make up for it. I don’t know what … read more405 votes“Throwing good money after bad” might be a better way of putting it. You double down on your position after a loss because of emotional reasons, and … read more231 votesWho were the producers, Bialystock and Bloom?76 votesJust listened to this pod the other day – he was surprisingly delightful, and I kind of expected him to be a dick. But in the context of Jonah Hex, I believe he … read more39 votesOr maybe its because Jimmy Hayward was a first time director and isn’t a great director? Jimmy got kicked out of Emily Carr film school during foundation year. I … read more11 votesIt should be noted that Jimmy Hayward was replaced by Francis Lawrence for the massive reshoot. Apparently the footage Hayward shot was unwatchable and … read more7 votesAlle anzeigen
Feb 11, 2016 · Hated it. The experience of making it — that would have been a better movie based on what we did. As opposed to what ended up happening to it, which is going back and reshooting 66 pages in 12
One of the less well-regarded comic book films of all time was one from only a few years ago – 2010’s “Jonah Hex”. A critical and commercial disaster, the $80 million budget project made just $10 million at the worldwide box-office and was the subject of scathing reviews.
When asked about his experience, Brolin didn’t hold back, “Oh, ‘Jonah Hex,’ hated it. Hated it,” he said. “The experience of making it — that would have been a better movie based on what we did.
Hated it.” That’s how Josh Brolin feels about this atrociously rushed misfire. Initially set to have Crank (2006) duo Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor write and direct, Jonah Hex ended up swapping hands and storylines so often that the end product couldn’t help but be a jumbled mess of bits and pieces – to the point where 66 pages were reshot in 12 days by Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence.
Michael Fassbender in Jonah Hex. Hated the movie, but loved him in it. Michael Fassbender in Jonah Hex. Hated the movie, but loved him in it.
Vor 6 Tagen · Production delays, directorial changes, script rewrites, reshoots, and some pretty heavy-handed editing helped make Jonah Hex one of the most disappointing comic book movies of all time. It’s something the film’s star, Josh Brolin, is only too aware of.
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