http://www.aintitcool.com/node/39381 Interviu cu David O Hare, care a regizat Weatherby si alte chestii si a scris multe da multe drame. Hare: Do you want a real scoop? Beaks: Sure! Why not? Hare: I was asked to co-direct STAR WARS IV. Beaks: The fourth, so that's-- Hare: The fourth STAR WARS. And I was asked to write the fifth and sixth, but I didn't. Beaks: So you were asked to co-direct THE PHANTOM MENACE? Hare: Whichever one got the series going again, that's the one. George said would I co-direct it with him. I would direct the actors, and he would direct the action. So you have a scoop. (Laughs) Nobody has ever asked me that question. Beaks: Did you seriously consider it? Hare: I didn't think it was my thing. I shot an episode for George's series, which I really did because I knew I could get some fantastic actors and thought it would be fun. I enjoyed working with him, and he asked me to work more seriously with him. But that is so not what I do. It was a lovely idea that he would be able to do all the action and the stuff that he loves. He loved the fact that the acting was so good in my episode. He said, "You really love actors. I never really feel I understand actors as well as you do, so why don't you direct the actors and I'll do the action." It was a lovely offer, and it would've made me very, very rich. I would be sailing in a yacht on the South of France. The other two I was just asked to rewrite, but I just couldn't. I just don't think they're me. I like things that, as with Stephen [Daldry]... we go through a long process together. I'm better at that stuff. I don't think I'm a very good rewriter.