And now Oz has completed work on the remake, he's delighted he opted against the idea.
He explains, "I'll tell you what cameos do. As opposed to strictly comedic high-comedy movies - where they can work, and I've done those also, and I've had a lot of cameos in those - with a movie like this you're invested in Matthew and Nic, and there's an emotional core.
"Any cameo is just going to take you out of the movie. You'll be saying, 'Hey, that's such and such,' when I'm going for the honesty of this relationship. And so that's the reason I didn't do any."08/06/2004 21:05
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