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Neil Gaiman & Me

Just spent the day with Neil Gaiman in his hotel room, recording audio commentaries for the TWILIGHT ZONE blu-ray. What great fun! For those of you who don’t know, Neil is the amazingly talented writer who wrote CORALINE, the Sandman comics, the recent Newberry Prize-winning GRAVEYARD
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Lost Mars, Savage Donut, & Pink 5

It’s been an exciting week – I pitched the LOST MARS miniseries and two pilots to Sam Raimi’s company, including SAVAGE DONUT PARADISE, the new one I just finished writing, and it went very well; they’re avidly reading the material now. In addition, I did two new audio commentaries fo
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It’s 2010 – Where’s My Flying Car?!

Happy New Year!  I hope you all had a great holiday season, with lots of great memories made and good times with loved ones in not-too-freezing weather (it’s generally been nice and warm here in L.A.). Hard to believe it’s 2010, but it really is very cool – the year feels so futuristi
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Talking myself hoarse – the horror, the horror

Yesterday I had the fun of recording audio commentaries for the forthcoming blu-ray releases of TWILIGHT ZONE and Boris Karloff’s THRILLER – three-and-a-half hours of non-stop talking! I’ve done audio commentaries before, both on my live-action and animated work (including REAL GHOSTB
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Twilight Zone Night at American Cinematheque

Last night at the American Cinematheque in Hollywood (formerly Grauman’s Egyptian, where my grandmother went to the theater’s opening of the silent TEN COMMANDMENTS in the Twenties), I hosted a 50th Anniversay tribute to THE TWILIGHT ZONE. It was a phenomenal evening, sold-out with an
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