The A.V. Club has an interview with J.J. Abrams, who has written, directed, and produced television shows and movies, such as "Lost" and "Cloverfield", and is working on a new TV series called "Fringe". I really enjoy the A.V. Club interviews, they always ask the kinds of questions I find fascinating. With Abrams, they want to know stuff like how working on television differs from movie work; which he likes best: writing, producing, or directing; whether growing up in the business (he says both his parents were producers when he was older) was exciting or demystifying and disappointing. And his answers are thoughtful and interesting. But don't take my word for it - read it for yourself.
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