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You don’t necessarily have to have your movie made to have success.
I remember starting working on the concept and the script for ‘Pacific Rim’ with a very, very conscious decision to say, ‘I don’t want any of these big sequences to take place in America,’ because I feel like that’s become so regular to the disaster genre, and then it sort of devolves into landmark stomping.
Making ‘Pacific Rim’ was a lot like what you imagined making movies would be like when you were 12.
That is always really fun when you get to work with a director you understand and uses references you can identify with.
I really fixated on any time there was any kind of monster in ‘Star Wars,’ even to the briefest second. As a kid, it really captivated my imagination.
A lot of screenwriters write certain characters, certain parts, with actors in mind. I don’t really tend to do that. I describe them as specifically as I can, but I don’t really picture anyone in particular.
Once you start putting in political subtext, it does create intellectually challenging science-fiction, but with ‘Pacific Rim,’ I always thought it would be a shame if kids couldn’t go see this movie about giant robots fighting giant monsters because it seemed to have a political point of view.
With bad sci-fi – sci-fi that I don’t really like – you watch it and get the impression that you’re just seeing exactly what they created because they needed it in the movie. You feel like there’s nothing more beyond that.
If I could pick any story idea or script I had that I wanted everything to go exactly right for, it would probably be ‘Pacific Rim.’
I do tend to be on the more optimistic end of things.