With social distancing still in full force, Hollywood is reckoning with how to continue creating TV and movies under tighter restrictions and with more dangerous risks.
Several creators and stars spoke to Yahoo Entertainment about ways they are adapting to the new normal and the questions that still remain.
“I might have to go through and make sure every scene is me with one other person on a really long bench,” Ricky Gervais joked.
Gervais, the star and creator of “After Life,” also thought that any coronavirus or pandemic-themed material won’t be well-received by audiences.
“I don’t want to write a thing about the pandemic,” he said. “When it’s all over and they’re back to normal, [the audience doesn’t] want to watch a thing about a pandemic.”
Kristen Bell, who until recently voiced Molly Tillerman on the animated show “Central Park,” thinks that animation might become more popular.
“I fell into working behind the microphone,” the “Frozen” star said of her successful voice acting career. “It is the kind of work you can do without coming in contact with other people.”