Puss in Boots is now making audiences purr all around the world, and we were lucky enough to get to speak to Chris Miller for a second time on this tour.
We chat about the technical aspects of making the movie, the involvement of Guillermo del Toro, the freedom of playing with a franchise character, influences and recreational use of catnip and those scenes that were too naughty to make it to the big screen.
The interview took place on 29 November 2011 in Sydney, Australia. Participants in the roundtable included Matt Pejkovic of Matt’s Movie Reviews, Jorge Duran of The Spotlight Report, David Longo of Damn Good Cup, Richard Gray of The Reel Bits and Mitch (sorry, didn’t catch your surname!) of Salty Popcorn.
We’d like to thank Way to Blue and Paramount Australia for making this possible, and of course Chris Miller for his generous answers .
About The League
In the beginning there was chaos, a vast information network that provided few islands of hope. Then there was a light, a shimmering hope in the darkness. A portal for lovers of the wonders of celluloid and the entertainment industry. Then there came another, and another ushering in a golden age of wonders the likes the world had never seen. By day, they live out their lives as the humble David McVay of Geek Actually, Jorge Duran of The Spotlight Report, Richard Gray of The Reel Bits, Dave Longo of Damn Good Cup and Josh Philpott of Hip Hop Net. But when the signal goes out they come together as one! The League assembles! Tremble all who dare stand in its path!
Puss in Boots is released in Australia on 8 December 2011 from Paramount.