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Land of the Lost-Brad Silberling, Amy Brenneman Interviews
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Amy Brenneman did not watch Land of the Lost when she was a child because it was
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Land of the Lost-Brad Silberling, Amy Brenneman Interviews
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Rebecca Murray from About.com Hollywood Movies at the American Premiere of Land of the Lost.
Brad Silberling – Land of the Lost Director

Is it harder when you're doing the movie or when it's getting ready to go out there and the anticipation is built up?
Brad Silberling: "You know what's amazing is that can be incredibly hard and actually I haven't had that problem here because this movie, we were working up until the last minute. Actually I only finished the movie about a good week or maybe close to 10 days ago. If you were actually sitting for months, you would probably just keel from anticipation. Yeah, no, so actually this was perfect because I just today, 'Yeah, I think we're actually premiering the movie tonight.'"

What took you so long to finish it up? That's cutting it really close.

Brad Silberling: "It's close, but it's what's in the movie. We've got so much going on in terms of all of our effects work and so much that we wanted to get into the movie - and I'm a bit of a perfectionist - so we worked up to the wire. But I'm really thrilled with the results."

When you're a perfectionist is it harder then to allow your cast to improv?

Brad Silberling: "No, just the opposite because again the life of the movie, for me the job especially on a film like this is make sure that I create an environment where they get to actually play, and have them get overwhelmed by effects, not have them get overwhelmed by the set. If anything it's more like it's selfish. I want to go back to that cutting room later when I'm done and have just this wealth of material. I mean Will [Ferrell] and Danny [McBride] are such genius improv'ers, so no, actually that's the fun part."

How tough was it to make a movie that people who've never heard of Land of the Lost are going to get but yet the fans of the original are also going to get into?

Brad Silberling: "Well, in a way the fans I didn't worry about because I was such a consummate fan, Will was such a consummate fan. I was pitching stuff that I wanted to bring into the movie that even Sid and Marty Krofft were like, 'Wow, we forgot about that.' So I knew that I'd have that covered. But you have to approach it assuming that basically people aren't going to all know it. And that's fine. That's where we wanted to go make a comedy that could just stand on its own with a tremendous, crazy spectacle and psychedelic feeling and let it be that too."

What's happening with the next Lemony Snicket's? Are you going to do it?

Brad Silberling: "You know, it's been this exciting question the last few days. I know there's such a really incredible desire to get to do it. And I know Mr. Handler, who is a friend of Mr. Snicket's, would love to see it happen too. So, you know, now that the studios have sort of resolved themselves, hopefully it will happen."

Amy Brenneman

You probably had to live with this Land of the Lost stuff going on. What was that like?
Amy Brenneman: "This one was actually pretty fun, I have to say. I mean, it was a small enough cast… His last big one that he did was Lemony Snicket's with like children, so this one was just Will Ferrell and Danny McBride being hilarious. So this was a pretty fun one, I've got to say."

Were you ever tempted to dress up as a Sleestak?

Amy Brenneman: "I don't think I'm tall enough. Although there's these Pakuni girls…do you know about them at the end? I did. I was like, 'Yeah, come on.' That was what I was gunning for. I was sleeping with the director and I didn't get the part. I was like, 'What else can you do? I must not be very good.'"

Did you watch the show when you were younger?

Amy Brenneman: "You know, my older brothers – one of whom is here – did. And to me I was very girlie. It was like, 'It's sci-fi. I don't get it.' Like Pufnstuf I was into. But it was around, but I didn't watch it. But don't tell Marty [Krofft] because he's right there."

How's the show (Private Practice) going?

Amy Brenneman: "It's great. It's great. We're on hiatus now. The cast all got together for this international upfronts thing and we love each other dearly, I'm happy to report. So we're looking forward."

You don't get tired of each other after all that time together?

Amy Brenneman: "No. No. I mean I guess sometimes you do but between the people that Shonda [Rimes] cast and what we get to do, it just kind of goes deeper and deeper. So, yeah, I love them dearly."
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