Fragment odnoszący się do star wars
Q. I know you`re not going to be able to say anything about it, but I always say that "Star Wars" is as close as I get to religion. I don`t have memories that go back further than "Star Wars." I`m not going to ask you about what your movie is about. But what is it like getting to craft something in that galaxy, particularly as you`re not beholden to the Skywalker saga right now. What is that like?
A. I will just say that for reasons that I can`t get into on this Sunday morning, on this day, the degree of difficulty is extremely, extremely, extremely high. If it can`t be great, it shouldn`t exist. That`s all I`ll say, because I have the same association with it as you do, which is, it`s the first movie I saw sitting in my dad`s lap, four years old, May of `77. I think it`s possible that sometimes when you hold something in such high reverence and esteem, you start to get in the kitchen and you just go, "Maybe I shouldn`t be cooking. Maybe I should just be eating." We`ll just leave it at that point.
Q. I think you had said something similar before "Watchmen," and you absolutely pulled that off.
A. By the hair of my chinny-chin-chin.”
Nie wygląda mi to na rezygnację, raczej na uczucie, że będzie się pracowało nad czymś nad czym się uwielbia i boi się że może nie wyjść.