Brad Pitt starred in 2013 World War Z, a horror film with zombies. The movie was additionally extremely troubled and was labeled as a catastrophe. The screenwriter of the movie was Damon Lindelof, who is thought for writing Prometheus and Star Trek Into Darkness, was approached by Pitt for recommendation to assist his then-upcoming movie.
Lindelof revealed in an interview that World War Z needed to re-write and reshoot 40 minutes of the film to discover a good ending which was additionally comprehensible. This additionally led to the finances skyrocket to round $200 million.
Brad Pitt defined to Lindelof who advised Vanity Fair “When we started working on the script, a lot of that stuff had to fall away for the story to come together. We started shooting the thing before we locked down how it was going to end up, and it didn’t turn out the way we wanted it to.”
The Ocean’s Eleven actor had requested Lindelof to observe an early edit and advised him, “The thing we really need right now is someone who is not burdened by all the history that this thing is inheriting, who can see what we’ve got and tell us how to get to where we need to get.”
Brad Pitt wasn’t the one one who knew that the ending was a catastrophe and it wanted fixing. Marc Evans, Paramount government watched the director’s minimize and advised Vanity Fair, “It was, like, Wow. The ending of our movie doesn’t work. I believed in that moment we needed to reshoot the movie.”
It was Pitt’s ardour for the mission that prevailed. The screenwriter recalled his assembly with Brad Pitt and advised, “He took me through how excited he was when he read the book, what was exciting for him, the geopolitical aspect of it.”