– The director of the Firefly Fun House segments gives Bray Wyatt a lot of credit for the whole thing being as successful as it has been. Jason Baker appeared on Busted Open Radio and revealed that Wyatt was deeply involved in the creative process along with himself, Tom Savini and others.
“Oh, he’s the brainchild, man,” Baker said. “Like again, I honestly cannot just sit and be like, ‘I did everything,’ no. it was a group effort. We’d meet up, three or four [AM], I’d wake up and go to sleep from text messages from him, you know, just spitballing ideas back and forth with each other. You know, between him, Nick, and Tom [Savini], and everybody else, we brought our little two cents to everything. And I think that’s why it was a success, is that it wasn’t just one person, it was a group effort. It’s either everybody goes home empty handed, or everybody gets a Super Bowl ring-type situation. Yeah, it was definitely a fun collaboration, but he was the brainchild. At the center of all of it, it was his baby. Getting the chance to help him bring his ideas and his visions to life was a true honor.”
"He was the brainchild at the center of all of it. It was his baby."@bakingjason described to @davidlagreca1 & @bullyray5150 the creative process and team effort of bringing @WWEBrayWyatt's "Firefly Fun House" vision to life. pic.twitter.com/zXalig1SjD
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