After realizing just how ambitious this story was, and taking that time to catch the writing up to reflect that, what did that teach you about how you’ll have to approach future seasons? Did that give you a different perspective on what you’ll need, going forward?
NOLAN: [..] For the second season, we’re going to write everything that we can, so when we go into production, we’ll have all the scripts and be able to block shoot, which is hugely important to us. There’s a ton of beautiful visual effects work in the show, but for the most part, we like to use visual effects in the way nature intended, which is not as the main dish, but as the finishing pieces. So, we like to shoot on location where we can, and by having more written before we start, we’re hopeful. We’d love to go back and shoot even more in Utah, in the second season, should we be so lucky.
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