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  1. Bushwhacker's Avatar
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    #1

    Cool It doesn't take a whole lot

    Context is referring to extremely good actors: "What happens when A, B and C are on set is magic. In all honesty it doesn't take a whole lot to get them there"

    Taking into account A, B and C are screen stars, that seems to mean it is not easy getting them together in a movie. So, what may mean the last sentence (
    In all honesty it doesn't take a whole lot to get them there) that appears to say it was not hard to get them on set? Or maybe the sentence means "They had a good time, built friendship and all was easy at work in the set despite stardom?

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    Re: It doesn't take a whole lot

    No, it means "it doesn't take much effort for them to create this magic." Because they're so talented.

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    #3

    Re: It doesn't take a whole lot

    They are magic, together on the set. It is easy to get them there.

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