@Tom Nardi On Ghostbusters there was a scene that got cut. because I had only one of the props that they needed and it broke.... That was the only time it happened to me and it was all my fault. I will never do it again
Not the buggy from the video?
@Nicolas Tremblay we had 4... it hurt to see it squished. But we had a spare to go right awway.
Whoa, here we are at the top of the hour all of a sudden. Ben, thanks so much for your time today, I love getting insider glimpses into industries that otherwise wouldn't be possible. And I want to thank everyone else for the great questions and discussion.
And don't forget that "one is none" thing!
@Nicolas Tremblay The key in any show is to make things take the least time when the cameras are there. Its like 5K a min for a show. So if you wreck a 10K prop but have a immediate replacement it is infinitely better than literally 2min down time.
@Ben for this fun hourThanks
Its been a blast! Love the chat. This one had all the right questions. The audience here is really checked in.
We have the best audiences, but I may be biased ;-)
Nope you do
Transcript coming up. Thanks all!
@Ben ! Very interesting!Thanks