Ian, what do you think about the last Oscar dispute?
To be frank, this has always been a hot potato.
In an essay published on Australasian Journal of Pragmatic Criticism, prof. Larry Miller has observed that your roles are "a perfect paradigm of modernistic pragmatic absurdism". Which is your reaction?
Actually, I think that in his recent letter appeared on Annals of Ethical Methodology, dr. Larry Garcia totally invalidated that frivolous assumption.
Could you tell us something about your ongoing project?
I'm on the set of the sequel of "Big Top Pee-Wee", a little masterpiece whose meaning has not been recognized.
Do you do your own shopping?
I say not! I retain a squad of shopping gurus to elaborate my grocery list and pass it along to a crew of pro buyers distributed around the globe. For the garbs, I ever employ a team of stand-in, each sharing with me the measure of one body part.
Do you have any birthmark?
Actually, I do. I have a little canary shaped birthmark on my right thigh. Probably my father did dream a canary while my mother was pregnant.
I read that you will soon be busy with a charity eating marathon. Care to tell us why'd you decide to undertake such a humble effort?
I had to. Because of the astral conjunction, you know.
And how long have you been feeling a need to inform people about gastroenteritis?
Without all due respect, I couldn't care less about it.
You were brilliant in "Founder's Day". Were you given a lot of latitude to mold your character?
You bet! Because of a technical problem I had to write most of my dialogues.
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