Robert Rodriguez, the famous film director and one of the most responsible for the next series of Star Wars for Disney +, The Book of Boba Fett, has assured in a recent interview that the new spin-off of The Mandalorian “It will blow the head” to the fans. This is how the medium collects it Collider after interviewing the filmmaker, as well as talking about technology Stagecraft, a resource that most Disney productions are beginning to use for their streaming platform.
Chroma or Stagecraft? Rodríguez is clear
Thus, Robert Rodríguez, as Executive producer of the series, has assured very enthusiastically that The Book of Boba Fett will surprise the fans: “I can’t say anything about it at the moment, but it opens in December. Wait to see what comes to us. It’s going to blow your mind. That’s all I can say. I can put it in the clouds because I know it gives more than it promises. People are going to hallucinate when they see it ”.
On the other hand, he has shared his opinion on the use of the new tecnologóa Stagecraft and puts it in doubt in front of the chroma, depending on whether it should be used in a series or a movie: “At first I thought that maybe it made more sense for a series, because it would allow you to have many things that you could reuse and places where that you would have to come back so often that it would be impossible to do it in a series. I don’t know if I would use it a lot in a movie where only unique scenes are shot ”.
Even so, he is more in favor of the classics chromas and green screens, as with Stagecraft and Volume, it is necessary to have all the backgrounds and VFX work ready before the shoot; And with chroma you have more freedom in post-production work: “With Volume you still have to do the visual effects work. But am I going to do it before filming or am I going to do it after? In a television series, you can gradually realize that you are going to need certain things. For a movie I prefer the green screen. So I can decide how everything will look later. “
“Jon Favreau found the perfect way to use it for The Mandalorian and now The Book of Boba Fett. I think it was a cool thing, but I don’t think it’s necessarily a tool that fit all projects”, Concludes the filmmaker.
Source | Collider