Yup, I'm sure the teamsters, craft service, ALL the carpenters and that creepy grip that's on every set are all thoroughly devastated. IATSE will be holding a wake and sitting shiva for the next week.Yeah but tell me when that many people work on a film that they aren’t giving it their all that they aren’t doing it because they love making films that it’s just a paycheck. Please tell me. Because every single interview I have ever seen with a film maker, and I’m taking everyone not just the director, they LOVE their jobs. It’s a job yes. But it’s more than that. I’m not on forums talking about phones or tuppaware or carpets. If i truly LOVED those things I wouldn’t be here. I’ve lost sleep when projects I’ve worked on have been shelved and that’s nothing compared to something of this scale.
The only people who are emotional about this are the dweeb PAs and 3rd ADs who still "believe" in movies and the agents who aren't partner level.