Brett Ratner on X-Men: The Last Stand

Entertainment Weekly has posted a brief interview with X-Men: The Last Stand director Brett Ratner. Here are a few quotes:

What I didn’t change was the plot. The plot of this movie, in my opinion — the concepts of ”The Cure” and the Dark Phoenix — is brilliant. What I changed were set pieces, the location of where the third act would take place, for example. Every day we were working on making the script better and when I say ”script,” I mean the relationships among the characters and the placement of the scenes because I’m very much into transitions. When you make a film, you’re not just shooting like 50 little movies. Every scene has to connect with the next. It was a much bigger canvas because it was a much more emotional story. The story — whether you’re an X-Men fan or not — is very relatable. ”The Cure” is a very strong issue.

You can read the entire article here.

Source: Entertainment Weekly