Writing a screenplay is like writing a big puzzle, and so the hardest part, I think, is getting the story.
Generally, screenplays suck.
I did write a couple of original screenplays, but I'd rather write plays.
On the one occasion where I did try writing a screenplay, I found the rewriting just unendurable.
I'm developing some screenplays at the moment with my Australian producer.
When there wasn't a lot of work, I wrote a screenplay, 'What Lies Beneath,' which got noticed and got me more acting jobs. As I got more jobs, I was able to make my own films. That ethos of making my own work has provided me with a lot of opportunities.
When I moved out to Los Angeles to get some film and television work, and couldn't get any... I became a little isolated, a little terrified, and it's a good place to get writing, because you're so bored. So I wrote a few screenplays, and people notice those.
I began writing fictional stories and little screenplays when I was in fifth grade.
The elegance of a really good screenplay, I admire it. I can't do it.
I write a number of screenplays, and I've never really come up with a part for a movie star.
I didn't know anything about writing a screenplay, but somehow I ended up rewriting a screenplay.
I have always had trouble recognizing myself in the features of the intellectual playing his political role according to the screenplay that you are familiar with and whose heritage deserves to be questioned.
It's much like writing a screenplay with someone else and that's how we view it, I think.
If I talk about Charles Dance I am talking about something else, something I operate and wind up and have to make an impression with and use to transmit someone else's screenplay.
I've never read a screenplay in advance. You trust the artist.
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