1. Leave me a comment saying, "Interview me."
2. I will respond by asking you five questions.
3. You will update your LJ with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.
Obviously one doesn't have to do the last two steps, but I'll do up to five interviews if people respond to this. (Can't guarantee more than that.)
creativedv8tion questions and answers
1. One of your books (and only one) is made into a movie. Which book is it, whom is your dream director and cast?
Good grief. Probably RIGHT ANGLES TO FAERYLAND, which, y'know, basically nobody's read, so that's not much of an answer. And all the kids I'd cast in it have aged out. Haley Joel Osmet, Dakota Fanning... um. *thinks* No idea for a director. The guy who did the first two Spy Kids movies, maybe.
Can I make it my comic book instead of a book-book? It'd be Guillermo del Toro or Bryan Singer as a director, with Adrian Brody and Taye Diggs as the two male leads and ... *maybe* Jennifer Connelly as Chance. Maybe. She's too beautiful, really. Sandra Bullock's too old. Jada Pinkett-Smith is too short. Way too short.
2. Lions or Tigers, and why?
Tigers. I just like 'em better.
3. Ok, I know you're a Gambit (*shudder*) and Rogue fan, but what's a list of your 5-10 other fave supercharacters (heroes, villains and 'tweeners all qualify.)
Sabretooth, Wolverine, Batman, Jubilee, Catwoman (in some incarnations, anyway), Spider Jerusalem...
4. Favourite superhero movie and why?
X-Men. Because it didn't suck. Against all odds, it didn't suck.
Second to that, y'know, it's probably Barb Wire. I loved that movie. I thought it was a freaking great B-grade superhero movie. I love those. The Phantom, The Shadow, The Rocketeer (that's my least favorite, actually), all of 'em. I like 'em. :)
5. Best movie most people haven't watched and you think they should?
Oh, jeez. I'm not a good person to ask that one of. I don't watch enough movies. Um. Maybe Marilyn Monroe's "Bus Stop", which I rented because I'd never seen a Marilyn Monroe movie and wanted to, and which was good enough (and she was good enough) that I actually forgot I was watching an Icon Of American Film and just enjoyed the movie. I thought that was pretty damned impressive, really.