Interesting. How they will stretch a 2 minute ordeal into 120 minutes should be interesting. I’m guessing they will show Sully beaten down on the playground when he is 5 years old for his marbles…then picking himself up by his bootstraps to conquer all of life from that point on.
Its Hollywood. 35 mins of pax boarding 10 mins of crew prep 30 mins of flight/deplaning in the Hudson. With the rest being the pilots cooping with the incident. And 20 minutes of credits with actual footage from thw incident behind the credits.
Well, it look likes the orphanage is all ready to fly - all 155 of the poor little fellas – Let’s get this bird in the air…
(SQUINTS TO CAMERA. CAMERA PAN TO OUTSIDE)
SOMBRE MUSIC. BUILDING TO CRESCENDO.
FOCUS ON FIFTEEN CANADIAN GEESE ON RUNWAY.
Squawk! (EYES NARROW IN ANGER)
AIRCRAFT ROLLS OUT. CAMERA BACK TO CLINT. EXTREME CLOSE UP.
My God, no. The CANADIAN Geese!
SULLY (CLINT): TURNS TO CO-PILOT (CAITLYN JENNER). LOOKS BACK TO LEAD GOOSE1:
Uh uh. I know what you’re thinking Geese.
“Did he start four engines or only two?” Well to tell you the truth in all this excitement I kinda lost track myself. But being this is an Airbus A320, the most economical short-haul in the world and would blow you head clean off, you’ve gotta ask yourself one question:
“Do I feel lucky geese?” Well, do ya, punk?
MUSIC RISES IN TEMPO. EXTREME CLOSE-UP ON ANGRY GOOSE1…
Evil Villain Action Movie, Rule #17 - ‘To enhance the primary antagonist’s impression of being slightly sinister, use a strong European accent. English is ideal, but French or Eastern European work well too.’
In an earlier scene Goose 1 is shown bullying a seagull (voiced by William H. Macy, protecting his gull family) so we already have some ‘unstable temper bird’ foreshadowing.
Ah, I was playing with the idea of introducing a radicalized Sturgeon squad to ACT 3.
On the water Clint would fight off huge fish, while the orphan’s paddled to safety. It would have a sort of Jaws-vibe, with the backdrop of New Yorker’s all throwing hotdogs to distract the fish, in that ‘Hero almost beaten, saved by ordinary salt-of-the-earth city workers’ kinda deal.