The director of "Top Gun: Maverick" claims that the sequel brought more footage to the 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy

The director of "Top Gun: Maverick" claims that the sequel brought more footage to the 'Lord of the  ...

As the highly anticipated sequel,, gets ready to go into theaters with back in the cockpit, director Joseph Kosinski and Cruise are revealing their to recapturing the high altitude adrenaline rush of the 1980s classic. A lot of footage involved. Unlike the entire duration of a certain epic film trilogy.

It was so hard-earned, outside of a 12- or 14-hour day, to get some footage, Kosinski said. We recovered nearly half the footage from the three Lord of the Rings films. I think it was 800 hours of footage.

According to Cruise, the sequel's over-abundance of footage is because to the fact that the actors were responsible for during the short time they arrived in the air.

"I had to teach actors about lighting, cinematography, and editing," said producer and producer Tom Cruise. "I had to teach them how to turn cameras on and off, and about camera angles and lenses. I had to make sure that our cameras had what we needed. "I had to teach them how to turn the cameras on and off, and how to use them.

Although Top Gun: Maverick hasn't disclosed its official runtime yet, despite its coming up just on the horizon. The film launches into theaters on May 27, 2022.

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