I just love listening to the laughter.
There is a universality to comedy.
There are a lot of visual marks that have to be hit, and lines that need to be said in a right way - so there wasn't really any improvisation on the set when it came to the bulk of the script.
You always worry about films when you hear about them making decisions after announcements are made.
I mean, yeah, I'm sure that Python and the other things have paved the way for a greater understanding of the British sense of humor, but I don't think it's all that different than the American sense of humor.
I don't know about doing a sequel. I think you can retroactively damage a product by adding to it.
I used to lie in bed in my flat and imagine what would happen if there was a zombie attack.