Didn't know it was an old story. No problem, it's in the right thread now
If I understood this link correctly, than again it's focuses again on negative moments only. Nothing about his real-police work or charity for children.
Nuke: One of your earlier movies was the Steven Seagal movie Pistol Whipped. People who worked on his other movies have said that he tends to rewrite the scene as he’s shooting. Was that your experience?
Roel Reine: Not when it comes to scenes. No, he didn’t do that. He really shot the script and everything I wanted him to do. The only thing is when it came to a fight, he created the fight or changed the fight on the spot and he always made it much better. He was more changing things on action than on a script or scene level. He shot exactly what was scripted and what I wanted him to. It was a very easy experience, I must say. I had a very fun time working with him. It was a very smooth shoot and I think the finished movie is really good. It was so long ago. It was my first studio movie so it was a really nice entrance into the studio system.
Nuke: I didn’t mean that he was difficult. I meant that all his movies are so distinctly Steven Seagal, we celebrate the personal touch he brings to them.
Roel Reine: With me, he didn’t change it, but also he picks the scripts. I think a lot of times he picks the right script that he feels like is his genre. Also he writes a lot of screenplays, or he writes the story and then he has the writer write the screenplay. But I only have the experience of the one movie and it was a script that Sony bought and they attached Seagal to it and then attached me to it.