Only if I was in it — I mean that with all my heart. I’m a very selfish person. If they made a “Ghostbusters” movie with anyone else in it and I wasn’t in it, shame on that movie. If I was in it, if they cast me as a Ghostbuster, it’d be the best movie of the last 10 years. Hands down. That’s really how I feel.
We can see it now…
Any messages? No. Any calls? No. Any customers? No, Dr. Venkman. Good job, isn’t it? Type something will ya, we’re paying for this stuff, [Walks off] And don’t stare at me you got the *bug eyes* … Janine, sorry about the bug eyes thing I’ll be in my office.
How does it feel not to be involved in the final ‘Twilight’ movie?
It’s a relief, you know? Because it’s kind of off my shoulders [in terms of] talking about it. Because talking about it I always feel like I say something that gets misconstrued or I offend someone because people are so deeply passionate about that series. So, I’m actually sort of happy to be not talking about it.
“JS: Very mixed. It’s nice to see my work recognized as being worth something beyond the printed page, and it was very cool seeing Thanos up on the big screen. Joss Whedon and his crew did an excellent job on “The Avengers” movie and I look forward to the sequel, for obvious reasons. But this is the second film that had something I created for Marvel in it — the Infinity Gauntlet in “Thor” being the other – and both films I had to pay for my own ticket to see them. Financial compensation to the creators of these characters doesn’t appear to be part of the equation. Hopefully Thanos’ walk-on in “The Avengers” will give a boost to a number of my own properties that are in various stages of development for film: “Dreadstar,” “Breed” and the novel “Thinning the Predators.”—