Matthew Vaughn, known for films like Snatch, Kick-Ass, and the Kingsman franchise, didn’t actually think he would become a director when he started working in film. Vaughn first became a producer and then transitioned to directing - and are we glad he did! His recent film, Argylle, is a star-packed, action-comedy that you don’t want to miss!
In today’s episode, No Film School’s GG Hawkins, Jason Hellerman and Director Matthew Vaughn discuss:
- What we love about the actors in Argylle
- How all the twists in the film serve as nice story beats
- Secretly copying and reading scripts as an intern
- What is was like working with Guy Ritchie
- The moment Matthew decided to try directing
- Why the script is so important to the whole production process
- Work weeks: 6 days versus 5 days
- The scariest moment of making a film
- Building an industry based off a film
- How important the title is to a film’s branding
- View the $71 Million Budget for the M. Night Shyamalan Movie 'The Village'
- Intimacy Workshop for Film, TV, and Theater
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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by GG Hawkins.
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