Filmmaker Kevin Costner
has urged studio bosses to think long-term, and not just about how much money an ill-prepared movie will pull in during its first weeks on release. The Dances With Wolves
star believes Hollywood bosses should keep one eye on the legacy they are creating.
He says, "It's gotten so that people are green-lighting movies that have been thought halfway through, or judging a movie that's been out two weeks. You know how you've made a good movie? If, four years from now, someone pulls out your DVD and tells somebody, 'You've got to see this.' It takes time. You just have to be patient."
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