'Thor: Ragnarok' filmmaker Taika Waititi has admitted he would never do a 'Star Wars' movie because there isn't much space for improvisation.
Taika Waititi would never direct a 'Star Wars' movie because it ''seems really hard''.
The 42-year-old filmmaker recently helmed the third standalone 'Thor' movie for Marvel, but admitted he wouldn't want to direct a film from the popular Disney sci-fi franchise because there is no room for improvisation.
Speaking to the New York Times, Taika - who is married to Chelsea Winstanley - said: ''That particular franchise seems really hard. There's not much room for someone like me.
''Through its narrow canon, the tone of 'Star Wars' has always been determinedly self-serious, whereas the Marvel movies, like the decades of comics they sprang from, veer wildly from high drama to low comedy.
''And improvisation has been a tool in every Marvel movie since Robert Downey Jr. riffed his way through 'Iron Man'.''
Last week, Goldblum revealed Waititi asked the 'Jurassic Park' actor to improvise many of his scenes in the new Marvel Cinematic Universe movie.
Goldblum said: ''[It was] fantastic. This is a funny movie, a really funny movie. Taika is funny. He's great.
''We improvised a lot of the movie. For a movie like this, I have done movies before where I have improvised and I love to, because it's a big, big epic kind of movie, but those people over in Marvel, they know what they are doing.
''They can make a big movie like this but trust Taika to give it an independent feeling. Taika said we are going to improvise and have fun.
''When we got to the set and I made things up and he made things up. He would do something like look at the character and say this and talk about this. I trust them and they trusted us.''
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