Jenn: [00:09:46] Yeah. What’s the difference or not the difference, but the experience for you, whether you were casting people for a screenplay that you’ve written or you’re writing, is it the same kind of process that [00:10:00] you go through in terms of, of writing about it?
[00:10:03] Like, I guess writing a screenplay versus writing a novel, is that kind of a different experience too, of deciding to what? I don’t even know what I’m asking, like creative liberties. That you’re taking for something you don’t have experience with.
[00:10:16] B Danielle: [00:10:16] Well, writing a novel, we’re creating, we’re creating the person, right?
[00:10:21] So we talk about what they look like. We talk about how they present. We, we create everything about them when you’re writing a screenplay. Sometimes that doesn’t always work that way, because if I can say, I want her to look a certain way, but if an actress that looks different does a lot better than the actress that looks like that.
[00:10:43] It makes more sense to go with the added, the better actress, which changes the presentation of the character. Like there are some times you’ll see a movie or something and what that character looks like on screen is not what the writer imagined by far, but there’s a better actor. So it is different [00:11:00] because you can’t write a screenplay with the thought process that this is what this character is going to look like, unless you’re writing specifically for somebody.