D.J. Caruso cannot relate to romantic comedy movies because he aspires to work on darker projects
D.J. Caruso confesses that he can't find a Bond with comedies.
The 'I Am Number Four' director admits that as a filmmaker he finds it difficult to relate to romantic comedies compared to other genres because he aspires to work on dark dramas and thrillers.
The director said: "I think the only genres that I can't relate to as a filmmaker are comedies and romantic comedies. I can watch and enjoy them. I am developing a small drama, a dark drama/thriller and wacky modern western with amazing characters."
Besides not having any aspirations to direct any comedies, D.J. reveals that he'd like to work with a handful of actors that have previously starred in light-hearted rom coms.
However, he struggles to think with one actor or actress in any of his previous films he has particularly enjoyed working with.
He told BANG Showbiz: "I have been blessed to work with some amazing people. Naming one would be impossible, although Kevin Costner is great. I saw him in Ridley's Robin Hood and remembered him in Lost. He is a very talented actor with great comedic chops. He can do it all."
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