“It was not scripted,” Leterrier informed the outlet. “We wanted more of Jason Momoa’s Dante, so we improvised a little bit more. We wanted to see Dante when he is not peacocking. We wanted to see Dante behind closed doors and realize that he is really twisted.” The scene in query was meant to indicate that Dante is simply as unpredictable and unusual behind closed doorways as he’s when he is going through off in opposition to the household, however Leterrier knew it was unlikely it will find yourself within the ultimate product. “So we shot that scene, but we thought it would be a DVD extra at best or in the director’s cut version later down the road,” he informed THR.
Leterrier says that Universal began testing variations of the movie with out the scene, but additionally confirmed check audiences variations with it. They just about immediately acquired sturdy reactions. “The audience went crazy for it,” he shared. “Some were angry and some loved it. It was all so different.” In the tip, Leterrier says that if you happen to beloved the corpse toenail-painting scene, you have got the Universal Pictures chair to thank for its inclusion. “Frankly, it was the studio’s Donna Langley who watched the scene and said, ‘I love it. I love the insanity of that scene.’ And so she gave us the OK.” Thank you, Donna!
“Fast X” is now in theaters.