Michel Gondry's Green Hornet Won't Be Made Of Cardboard And Twine

Curious as to how the off-kilter Michel Gondry look will translate to Seth Rogen's Green Hornet? The director discussed all different types of ideas for his new superhero movie, from fight scenes to villains.

There's a heap of Gondry interviews floating around out there right now but here are a few highlights that are the most exciting.

First, the Green Hornet fight scenes. According to MTV's Splash Page Gondry plans to include slo-motion kicks and punches that could rival The Matrix, from the sounds of it:

Although it's a little tricky to comprehend with the written word, Gondry basically plans to reinvent the fight scene by having Green Hornet moving slowly, Kato moving super-fast, the villains at normal speed - and then mixing it all up repeatedly. "So, one will go fast and the other will go slow, and then they'll meet," he explained. "It's [as if] they're in different dimensions, but when they touch each other they come into the same dim

He also spilled to MTV about the villain who will be "scary as hell"

The villain is going to be horrible," explained Gondry. "He has a gun with two cannons; he can shoot people in both eyes with one shot."

But most importantly Gondry was very upfront on how Green Hornet is not a spoof, and even though Rogen is attached it isn't an all-out comedy. But of course there will be funny moments.