Interview: Michael McCusker on editing ‘Le Mans ’66’

Interview: Michael McCusker on editing ‘Le Mans ’66’
James Mangold’s six-time editor, Michael McCusker, on why he approached Le Mans ‘66 as a “four-act movie”

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“A movie is only as long as it feels,” says Michael McCusker, in his editing suite on the Fox lot. “I’ve been into 88-minute movies and they’ve felt like a lifetime. But I can sit down and watch Once Upon A Time In America, which is three hours and 45 minutes, and it’s not long enough.”

McCusker is rapidly approaching the finish line, a “few more tweaks” away from completing a project he is proud to be a part of. And he describes the appeal of working with Mangold simply: “I don’t know any other guys out there who have pretty much worked in every genre. In the time I’ve worked with Jim, I’ve cut a Western, a rom-com, a post-superhero movie and a racing movie.
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