Madame Web Director Discusses Unused Movie Villain Scenes

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  • Director S.J. Clarkson explains why Madame Web had limited villain scenes.
  • Unused Ezekiel Sims scenes were considered but not included to maintain the film's forward momentum and clarity.
  • The director and actor Tahar Rahim debated how much to show of the villain and decided to focus on the main storyline.
Madame Web could have shown more of its villain, as the movie's director explains why some scenes did not make past initial ideas.
Speaking to, Madame Web director S.J. Clarkson commented on unused Ezekiel Sims scenes. Check out the full quote below:
"You want to give as much time as you can, but also I want the movie to be streamlined and feel like it's agile and keep propelling you forward, that there's a propulsion to it that I really wanted. And I felt that Tahar [Rahim] and I talked about it quite a lot, about how much we can get in, how much we can see of it... we had ideas of how we might... have flashbacks for him, but I'm like, 'Hang on, hang on, hang on. We've got clairvoyance, and he's got a nightmare, and if I start doing flashbacks, what am I going to do for the flashbacks? This is a whole thing going on.'"


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