Robert Eggers “Can’t Stand” Rewatching The Witch

Sjón, Anya Taylor-Joy, Robert Eggers and Alexander Skarsgård at the screening of Eggers' latest film, The Northman

Sjón, Anya Taylor-Joy, Robert Eggers and Alexander Skarsgård at the screening of Eggers’ latest film, The Northman
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With his third movie on the way, director Robert Eggers He reveals his true feelings about his debut in 2015 the witch. “Honestly, I can’t stand watching the witch Now,” says Egger Watchman in an interview.

“It’s not bad, and the shows are great, but I wasn’t skilled enough as a filmmaker to put what I had in mind on screen,” he continues.

the witch It received strong reviews, and was an excellent debut for Eggers Plus Anya Taylor-Joy, who would go on to become a household name with a Netflix sensation Queen’s gambit. This feature helped launch both – as well as launch it A24 – in big time. Eggers will follow the witch With the surreal seas feAthor beaconchampionship Robert Patterson And Willem Dafoe.

“at beaconI managed to do it,” Eggers continues NorthmanI’m proud of the movie, but not everything is as I would have liked it to be. So I’d like to do something with the scale and scale so that I can actually get what’s in my mind on screen.”

Eggers and Taylor-Joy are linked again for Northmana Viking revenge tale from a Scandinavian set starring Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke, Dafu, and Bjork. It’s Eggers’ biggest production to date, which means it first had the trouble of dealing with test offers and pressure from major production companies.

“My first two films were tested for marketing, but I didn’t have to change anything. So this was new, and as much as I didn’t like the process, I learned something from it,” Eggers said. “But more than that, this is the movie I wanted to make. This is my director’s cut. The pressure of the studio made the movie what I originally showed them, which was the most entertaining Robert Eggers movie. Honestly, without their pressure, I couldn’t do it. It’s hard for me. Me to tell a story with a beginning, middle, and end, for good.”

Next, Eggers wants to go back to his independent roots and create something on a much smaller scale than expansionist Northman.

“I definitely want to do something smaller, not only because of the stress and the pain, which is very real,” Eggers added, “but also because I learned a lot from The Northman, which was really a movie that was way too big for my fans. I finally feel like I already know how I’m making a movie now, you know?”

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