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Firefly Fun House Director Says Bray Wyatt Smarter Than People Think

The director working with Bray Wyatt to produce the Firefly Fun House segments says Wyatt teeters the edge of creative genius and insane and calls him one of the most creative minds he's ever worked with.

The Firefly Fun House segment that started airing last week, and fans assume will continue tomorrow on Raw, got the WWE Universe talking. Unlike anything WWE has done in years, the company reintroduced Wyatt in a manner few expected. The star of a "kids" show, Wyatt brought is providing a place for all of his fireflies to feel welcome, saying his old persona is dead and will never return.

The first segment included an introduction to Mercy the Buzzard, Abby the Witch and Wyatt himself who is new and improved, having cut the old Wyatt with a chainsaw.

One of the men behind the videos is Hollywood direction Jason Baker. Baker appeared on the Wrestling Reality podcast where he said that he can’t wait for fans to see what’s next for the Eater Of World’s new persona.

Baker said of working with Wyatt, "Bray’s great man. He’s intense. He’s always thinking, and then he’s thinking past what he’s thinking. That man is… what’s that old saying? The razor’s edge between genius and insanity?"

Saying that if you throw an idea at Wyatt he throws eight back, collaborating with Wyatt is an enjoyable experience. He added, that he's worked with Russell Crowe, Tom Cruise, Will Smith and a bunch of other actors in the film industry and Wyatt's mindset for his character development is on par with those guys.

What This Means

For fans wondering if this was just an idea WWE was making Wyatt do, they might be surprised to hear just how much Wyatt is involved in the end product of this idea. And for fans who know how creative Wyatt can be, this is probably the best news so far after being introduced to the new Firefly Fun House videos.

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