Chris McKay regretted cutting the scene between Chris Pratt and Betty Gilpin in The Tomorrow War.
The 47-year-old director directed a sci-fi action movie and revealed that the emotional scene between the characters Dan and Emmy Forester needs to be removed.
Chris told Collider, “My biggest regret as a director was that I couldn’t maintain the scene between Betty Gilpin and Chris Pratt. It’s a scene that explains the inside story of their relationship.
“One take made me cry. It was something I really liked and I regret not being able to incorporate it into the movie.”
The director of The Lego Batman Movie has revealed that if the sequel bears fruit, he wants to take Betty more prominently.
Chris said: “Betty is a great actor. I hope she can enjoy Betty more in the movie if she makes a sequel.”
McKay hinted that he was ready to release an extended cut of the movie to show fans some of the deleted scenes, similar to “Snyder’s Cut” in the movie “Justice League.”
He said: “There are some interesting scenes that didn’t appear in the movie, not just the one with Betty, so we hope to have the opportunity to do that.”
The film features Pratt as a former military man, Dan Forester, who will be sent to the future to save humanity from the alien invasion, but McKay didn’t want to overload the audience with time travel.
Chris said: “This movie is a study of Chris Pratt’s personality, and you can see everything from his point of view.
“I didn’t really feel the need to explain it because it doesn’t directly affect what Chris Pratt is trying to do.”
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