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By footage I do not mean on screen time. I mean Dwayne Jhonson has been given scenes that show him to be better than Jason Statham. Although both were given roughly the same on screen time, Dwayne was given more scenes and heroic stunts what would appeal to audience.

How does one say that in a sentence? May be more concise one.

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  • "How does one say that in a sentence?" The way you did works. – Lawrence Aug 10 at 12:37
  • @Lawrence Doesn't "footage" mean on screen time? – SamuraiJack Aug 10 at 12:38
  • I was referring to your sentence "Although both were given roughly the same on screen time, Dwayne was given more scenes and heroic stunts [t]hat would appeal to audience." – Lawrence Aug 10 at 12:38
  • @Lawrence oh well yes but it's too verbose. Isn't it? – SamuraiJack Aug 10 at 12:39
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    @Lawrence I think "in better light" would work too. Thanks. – SamuraiJack Aug 10 at 12:51
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Dwayne Johnson was given a more dynamic part in the movie than Jason Statham.

Dwayne Johnson's part was better tailored to show off his talents than that of Jason Statham.

Dwayne Johnson's character stole the show.

Take your pick.

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