What I got out of it was a great experience working with great people and it becoming a tremendous - basically - a family at the end that none of us wanted to leave.
Because A Walk To Remember had come out and it had made money and I got a lot of congratulations at that time as it happens out there.
He's a guy's guy, so it pretty much became like the impressions - don't imitate Sean Connery's voice, and things like that. We were all kind of doing it towards the end of the film, anyway, and he was cool with it.
I met some friends in the end of 10th, beginning of 11th, who were in the popular group so I finished off high school in that group and got to see both sides.
To me, the 90's signaled the end of glam rock, the beginning of gangsta rap, and hopefully the beginning and end of boy bands.
At the same time, reading an action script... It makes me wonder. Was The Matrix a good script? I don't know.
I'm going to do my best to do both and die of an ulcer at age 30.
Right now, my favorite game is Resident Evil 2.
But, it is hard too, because I want to do another action film. Believe it or not, it was fun.
I usually think in terms of music.
Because I could take this as an opportunity to create something that I pretty much guarantee nobody else was going to create in film.
We are meeting with Sony, and we have a couple of other labels that suddenly have interest and that's really great because none of them have actually heard our stuff.