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When you're a writer and you're a producer, traditionally the junkets are really focused on the beautiful people and nobody wants to talk to you. Suffice it to say, there are some very big ideas in Prometheus and, therefore, it covers a very vast expanse of time. For us, there's an inherent process when you're ending something to be thinking about the beginning, as writers.
You can watch an episode of Friends or an episode of Law & Order and just drop in, but you're not going to in the middle of Season 4, Episode 5 of Lost. At some point, you can't take a risk just to take a risk because that's a betrayal, in and of itself. Lost is a mystery show, so I think that would be stripping the franchise of sort of its essential nature. I feel like great TED Talks are ones that are a little bit subject to interpretation, that do provoke further conversation - and potentially controversy. When someone says something in an interview, the beauty of Twitter is that it's a platform for instantaneous response. As cliched as it sounds, if you have an original voice and an original idea, then no matter what anybody says, you have to find a way to tell that story.
From my own internal fanboy perspective, there's nothing that I hate more than seeing a three minute trailer for a movie where I feel like it's shown me the entire movie.
I believe that this idea of story or myth or this thing that Joseph Campbell writes about is sort of an inter-connective spiritual force - like The Force in 'Star Wars' - where it doesn't matter where you were raised, or what your background is, there are certain elements of story that totally appeal to you. I look at myself more as a storyteller than a screenwriter, as pretentious as that may sound, but that's what really attracts me to TED Talks. I would say that my fatal flaw, as a human being, is that I need people to like me, and if they don't like me, I will obsess over it - and try to change my personality until they like me - even if they don't like me for reasons that have nothing to do with me, and even if they're strangers.
The interpretive element of 'Lost' - the fact that you immediately need, as soon as the episode is over, to seek out a community of people to express your own thoughts about it, understand what they thought about it and form an opinion - that's the bread and butter of the show. The year that 'Lost' started and premiered was, without a doubt, the most miserable year of my life.
I think that, at the end of the day, I'm drawn to a certain level of ambiguous storytelling that requires hard thought and work in the same way that the 'New York Times' crossword puzzle does: Sometimes you just want to put it down or throw it out the window, but there's a real rewarding sense if you feel like you've cracked it. I've always been fascinated by Disneyland and Disney World, and my favorite part of the park was always Tomorrowland.
I love finding new creative partnerships but then continuing the partnerships I'm already in.

My father - until the day that my dad died - didn't know how many points you scored in a touchdown.
In really, really good science fiction, the line between the science and the fiction is blurry.
A lot of writers whom I love, admire and call friends share this feeling, which is this fundamental idea that we're frauds. I've always believed that a good twist is one that, when it is presented to the audience, half of them say, 'I saw that coming.' And half of them are completely and totally shocked. I have found, unfortunately, that if I take on too many projects at one time, there is a higher probability of those projects sucking.
Michael Arndt, that guy - you're just supposed to say nice things about other writers, but I worship Michael Arndt.
The fun thing about doing origin stories is you are introducing the audience to characters. When I saw 'Blade Runner,' my understanding was that 'Blade Runner' and 'Alien' were sequels to each other - or they were related. Essentially, there's no scientific evidence whatsoever that could ever be presented to me that would wipe out my fundamental spiritual beliefs.
I think 'The Lord of the Rings' trilogy has a very satisfying ending, and there's not really that deep of a mythological construct. If you're constantly hamstrung by worry that people aren't going to like it, you can't do your job. I place a higher value on work ethic than talent, because, in certain areas, you just need to cast, you need to cast actors with talent, you need to hire directors with talent, but I've worked with very talented people who have a poor work ethic, and the outcome is less desirable than people who are less talented and have an incredible work ethic. I make no distinction between writing and storytelling; I've always wanted to tell stories. People talk about overnight successes, and ultimately, there's a certain amount of, you want to call it luck or fortune or good fortune, or whatever, but when your moment arrives, you have to have been at a point where you paid your dues, or done your 10,000 hours or have the requisite talent or whatever. Reputation is a very interesting thing, and I always give people the benefit of the doubt, and I think that there's a part of all of us, especially in a generation where a lot of the stuff gets recorded.
If your friend is critical [of your work], you have to have a very thick skin and a thick skin is something that only builds up after it's callused for awhile.
If you're the guy who basically shows up with coal at the locomotive, they will put it in the train.
But I do think that, when you slow the conveyor belt down, the quality control tends to go up. As a storyteller, you also don't want to make people feel like they're left out, like other people who have read the book have an interior knowledge of this show, and the degree of difficulty in watching it is much higher.
I think the idea that television has evolved to this place of real thematic richness and the fact that you no longer have to get 10 million people to watch your show in order to propagate its survival are the best things that have ever happened to storytelling in this medium. Hopping around time in a non-linear storytelling fashion (on 'Lost') allows you to bring back characters who are dead and, in some cases, buried.

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The level of despair and anguish that I was feeling; I was clinically depressed, and anyone that you talked to who knew me at the time will tell you that. The idea that a story can take a left turn on you, it's easy to do, but it has to be done very, very carefully, or else you risk losing the audience's trust. That we will be pushed out on to the stage, and it will be revealed that the emperor has no clothes. Because if you don't have the half that saw it coming, then it wasn't fair: You never gave the audience a chance to guess it. I was a voracious reader, my father was also a teller of tales; and the kind of Baron Munchausen proxy of a tall tale was much more interesting than a true tale. Every time in my life I've ever been angry, it's because I was scared, or because I was sad and I didn't know it. That isn't to say that there can't be a great network drama or comedy that makes 20-plus episodes a year. You have a lot more time between seasons to talk about what worked and what didn't work, and plan for the future.
The only thing that separates them is, I'm one of the people responsible for the story in this movie and they're not.
Whether you want to call that 'God' or 'The Force' or whatever word you use for it, I do believe in a spiritualized mechanism. And the pacing of the storytelling, particularly for on-going serialized dramas, means that you don't need to do non-essential episodes, just because you have to fill this pre-existing schedule.

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