My ideas are always better. We have an understanding in place.
I read The Odyssey all the time. I always get something out of it.
We tried to make a movie that had sex and violence because we like sex and violence.
We're both very very lazy, and having someone else do half the work is very convenient.
I don't know why directors sign on to these projects and completely rewrite everything.
We really want to see how the idea of an intellectual action movie is received by the world.
There's a science fiction project we really want to make, but it's very expensive. Hopefully it will happen.
Richard Donner is one of the few directors in Hollywood that can make whatever movie he wants exactly the way he wants it. No one will stop him.
With Bound, we wanted to pull at conventions, because you begin to wonder, Why do these stereotypes exist? Where do they come from? You use that as the subtext.
If audiences are sort of interested in movies that are made like McDonald's hamburgers, which do have a value in the world, then we have to re-evaluate our entire career.