The director sounds perfect, and his work shows that he's very talented. Gary Whitta? Haven't seen the Book of Eli, but has a poor critical response. After Earth? Terrible film. Although one has to wonder if M. Night Sham was responsible for screwing up Whitta's work on the screenplay. People here know that I think the screenplay is just as important as the director, and Whitta? I'm not exactly sure why Disney picked him. Here's hoping Edwards can pick up the slack, if necessary.