JOHN CARTER: Director Andrew Stanton Interview Pt.1

The enthusiasm of director Andrew Stanton for his John Carter movie is catching! In the first part of our exclusive video interview, he discusses his inspiration, his approach to the film, how he envisioned the technology of Mars, and how the adaptation differs from the 100-year-old books.

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This is Stanton's first live action movie (or "hybrid" since there are LOTS of cgi characters). Best known for his direction of Finding Nemo and WALL-E he certainly brought that Pixar experience with him for JOHN CARTER. In coming interviews we will discuss that aspect, but for now, enjoy part one...



Hear what Andrew's actors think about him in this little video montage:


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