Michel Gondry Describes 'The Green Hornet' Fight Scenes

Earlier this week, "The Green Hornet" director Michel Gondry described the long-awaited first trailer for the film that he expects to be released in the next few months. And while that's all well and good, there are a few more elements of the film fans are eagerly anticipating news about — namely, those mysterious action sequences he hinted at a year ago.

"I tried to be very precise," he told MTV News during the South By Southwest Film Festival. "I tried to redefine fights in my own style."

Gondry went so far as to describe what fans will see when Seth Rogen and Jay Chou battle bad guy as The Green Hornet and Kato, respectively.

"There are many things happening at the same time," he said. "There is an anticipation, a planning of the fight by the hero. He sees a different element he has to deal with ... he calculates the best trajectory to fight them."

"Then there is some weird change of speed that occurs at different parts of the frame in one single frame, which makes the dynamic of the image really weird," he explained. "I don't know — I tried to do something original. I don't know if it's successful, but I'm trying."

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