I was script supervising on set this weekend and witnessed something I had never seen before. One of the actors is a method actor. Before and after auditions he stayed in character, so the director knew he would have to navigate this. But on day one of the shoot, he came to the set late and held up production for 2 hours. Why? He said that's what his character would do. He would be late and inconvenience everyone. Now, the guy is a talented actor, and when the time came, he gave his all, but at the expense of the rest of the cast and crew. Curious to get the actor's perspective on this. And even other filmmakers that might be reading this.