'Puss In Boots'

Director Chris Miller, spinning off "Puss in Boots" from the "<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEFCC0000012" title="Shrek (fictional character)" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/shrek-%28fictional-character%29-PEFCC0000012.topic">Shrek</a>" movies, admits he laid down on the job. But with the best of intentions.<br>
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The problem he faced: What moves to use for a signature dance-fight scene? "The first person who cracked it was the story artist, Bob Logan," Miller says. "I was fortunate to be married to a really strong choreographer, Laura Gorenstein Miller. We had a good system worked out. Most of our work was done lying in bed. We'd watch video of the scene, and I would give notes, and the next day she'd go into the studio and work with her dancers."

( Associated Press )

Director Chris Miller, spinning off "Puss in Boots" from the "Shrek" movies, admits he laid down on the job. But with the best of intentions.

The problem he faced: What moves to use for a signature dance-fight scene? "The first person who cracked it was the story artist, Bob Logan," Miller says. "I was fortunate to be married to a really strong choreographer, Laura Gorenstein Miller. We had a good system worked out. Most of our work was done lying in bed. We'd watch video of the scene, and I would give notes, and the next day she'd go into the studio and work with her dancers."

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