With SS Rajamouli’s two-part epic fantasy Baahubali shattering all box office records in the industry the filmmakers are in no mood to give up.
After a successful release in all languages across India, Rajamouli and his team are now training their guns towards Baahubali’s international release. In a testament to Team Baahubali’s ambition, the makers have roped internationally acclaimed editor, Vincent Tabaillon.
Tabaillon is well known for his work in The Incredible Hulk, Clash of the Titans, Taken 2 and most recently, Now You See Me.
The 40-year-old has joined Team Baahubali to edit the international version of the film which is to be screened in International Festivals and shown to sales agents and distributors before a wide release across the world. This version will differ from the original film, which was just released successfully in India and select cities across the World for the Indian diaspora. We expect a cut by the end of August.
Originally from France, Tabaillon began his career editing popular French feature films, notably for Luc Besson’s company EuropaCorp. His career took off with his collaboration with director Louis Leterrier on the films Transporter 2 and The Incredible Hulk, followed by Now You See Me.