We're praying (oops sorry Reddit) we're hoping, that it goes into production this summer. Any director/writer that you would consider to have inspired you the most in your career?
in Los Angeles and you came in and sat at the table next to us.
I'm biased; I like the bigger scale ones I directed.
"My Way Home" (the Wizard of Oz) one, the Fairy Tale one, the one where Donald and I go on a quest to find Molly to give her the note that says I can have sex with her from Sarah.
It's been hard to pull something together that I could get financed.
Eventually I found an ex-mortgage broker who took a risk on me.) I'm trying to hard to only do movies I'd wanna see myself.
When they called action Sarah and I would hug and make out or whatever and then when they called cut we'd ignore each other like boxers after a bell.
Zach, I just wanted to thank you for, well, just everything.
People lost their shit over it, so we started doing it as a recurring thing. Thought the writing was insanely good and really set the tone early for what the show could be; have you laughing one second and crying the next.
I remember reading an article about how John built a home gym so that he could spend more time taking care of his daughter.
Or, do you put enough of yourself into your characters that the two overlap?
And, do you actively try to find a balance of people that are star-struck around you (because ego stroking is nice) and people you can be a, for lack of a better term, ‘normal person’ around?