Interview: Director of Warner Bros' The Losers - Sylvain White

April 25, 2010

Sylvain White

A few weeks ago, I was able to sit down for an interview with Sylvain White, the director of Warner Bros' The Losers, which hit theaters this weekend. Although his first film, Stomp the Yard, was not my cup of tea, I've actually been looking forward to talking with White ever since he got attached to The Losers nearly two years ago. Thankfully, this turned out great and White was a delight to talk with. It quickly becomes a fascinating interview as we chat about his inspiration and his career and obviously his work on The Losers. We also get into a little bit of spoiler talk at the end. Other than that, it's a great interview, so check it out!

Watch my full interview with The Losers director Sylvain White:

This interview was shot using my Flip Mino camera, so expect a little graininess to the video and soft audio. This is my follow-up to my interview with Jeffrey Dean Morgan last week. Going into this, I wanted to focus on how he got from something like Stomp the Yard to The Losers and why he's so interested in comic book movies and his approach to this one in particular (hopefully you've seen it). If you've never read or seen an interview with Sylvain White before, it's actually very interesting to hear about his inspirations and passion for filmmaking. I really enjoyed The Losers and I'm looking forward to whatever it is that White directs next.

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  • Its a shame he didn't copy frames from the comic book, then it would have actually looked like it was directed. The movie was just poorly done, I was so disappointed. I'll will try to remember his name so I can skip whatever he does next.
  • Sean
    I dunno if I should see this or not. I've hear a lot of mixed reviews, most of them being negative. It's too bad because he sounds like a real passionate fan of comics/novels...
  • Can you blow me where the pampers is
    Looks Stomp the Yard will make more money than The Losers.




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