Welcome to Part 2 of this month’s Five Minutes With… Q&A, featuring production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas (you can check out Part 1 here).
In this second instalment, Guy discusses his work with Steven Spielberg on Indiana Jonesand the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, provides insight into the mind-bending world he helped create for Christopher Nolan’s Inception, discusses his recent work on Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs, and much, much more!
If all Aaron Sorkin ever did was create The West Wing – one of the most highly regarded TV shows of all time – it would still be enough to cement his reputation as one the greatest ever pop culture scribes.
Fortunately, Sorkin isn’t one to rest on his laurels. In addition to developing several other TV series over the last few decades (including the admirable yet flawed Jeff Daniels’ vehicle The Newsroom), he’s also authored several acclaimed screenplays.
Having finally had the chance to catch up on Sorkin’s latest cinematic offering, Steve Jobs, I’ve decided that now would be as good a time as any to rank the top five films scripted by everyone’s favourite ultra-liberal dialogue maestro.