“Everything takes twice a long … but at the same time, there’s almost nothing you can’t do,” Swedish filmmaker tells TheWrap
Before directing New Line’s $100 million budget film “Shazam!” Swedish filmmaker David F. Sandberg is perhaps best known for his horror films, including “Lights Out” and “Annabelle: Creation,” which cost just $5 million and $15 million, respectively.
Working with a bigger budget on a huge tentpole film was a different kind of experience for Sandberg, he said, one which was sometimes difficult to grasp.
“Budget wise, it was quite different, and there was a lot to learn in terms of stunts and visual effects that I hadn’t done on that scale before,” he explained. “Everything takes twice a long. This was like a two-year project but at the same time, there’s almost nothing you can’t do. You can just come up with cool s—.”
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