Loved the book, love the cast, but was afraid to see the movie. Thanks for sharing this interview! Just the fact that everyone involved is reacting so passionately makes me excited to check it out.
The full article was very interesting. They picked the highlights there.
Hmmm...what a wonderful success story all the way around for this writer, huh? I wonder why some creative people, and I've met quite a few in my day, believe that BIG always translates into better? Here's a perfect example where the lesser known movie maker is going to probably put his name on the map with this movie. I applaud the wirter for sticking with him in spite of the pressure to go BIG. GK...it will be exciting to see some of YOUR proteges rise to the top as well, but I guess the lesson in it all is to never forget who your friends are even WHEN you make it BIG. Thanks for sharing the article! Have a GREAT week! Hope you read that next best seller!
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