I actually have a good relationship with critics. You have to identify everything that you like and don't like that you see, and that's your job.
Big hooks have always been a part of American movie-making. So, to make a movie where you're just driving story through the characters without a high-concept is a challenge.
I'm drawn to more than I'm allowed to do or asked to do, or probably should do. My whole career has been comedy, of a kind. I guess I've always existed in that world.
I probably shouldn't do a straight drama. I'd probably ruin it. I don't know. But, I'd love the opportunity to try. I'm sure that every kind of filmmaker feels that they can do other genres of film and want to, and I feel the same way.
If someone said, "Would you like to do the period drama?," I'd say, "Hell, yeah! I'd love to do that!" To dig into history and do a story in some period would be great.
Some references are more important than others. Like the metal stuff. Some people like Motley Crue and some people didn't listen to them at all. So that's why there's New Order and The New Replacements and David Bowie and Public Enemy.
Comedy is king. It has to be.
Believing in the project to a certain extent always makes things more affordable.
I think Black Eyed Peas are kind of unique in the ways they produce their songs. Their songs are very current.
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