Like I said about Freaked, people tend to find these films, and I think that in the end the cool thing about a movie is that it can be sort of burnt temporarily, but then it's burnt into the fabric of your culture.
We're in a time right now where there are so many pretty boy movies and TV shows out, that most of the actors that are in their late 20's are coming from those beefcake TV roles and they just don't have the chops.
[But he isn't exactly sure what the future holds. In the short run, he is writing another script and has talked with Reeves about collaborating again.] I'm happy to just shoot ads and not make another movie for another four years, ... Ideally I'd like to do choice things ... but I'd like to do a lot of them.
That's the funny thing about Fever, which has been a kind of thorn in our side, although I don't think The Sixth Sense had even come out yet when we shot the movie. My film is so not a whodunit, and it so doesn't have a big surprise ending.
With Fever, the film was so made for the screen, and there's so much surround sound that was done for the film - enormous detail paid to that. I wasn't thinking video, because I didn't know how it was going to turn out.