Hollywood star John Krasinski says George Clooney taught him that the key to being a good director is ensuring that one is working with a good script. Clooney shared the advice when the pair worked on Leatherheads in 2008, reported Contactmusic.
"George taught me the importance of a good script. He said that, as a director, you can always make a bad movie out of a good script, but you can never make good movie out of a bad script.
''I agree with him and I've seen both those things happen many times. You have to be willing to devote a few years of your life to getting the script done. George said that you need to believe that you have your own specific take on a project and that you can bring something to directing the film that no one else can," Krasinski said.
The actor's directorial debut A Quiet Place , which he also stars in alongside his real-life wife Emily Blunt was well received by both audiences and the critics.