I first started working in film when I was 17. I was a director's assistant, an editor.

I have my pride. I'm a director. I'm not going to go and recreate some other director's vision.

I always choose my projects for the script or what the director want to tell with that story. And if I like the story.

I really feel that I'm a much better director than I was an actor.

If I feel the part is right, and I know that the producers and the director want me, I'd go for broke. Always.

I think it's the director's prerogative, not the studio's, to go back and reinvent a movie.


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