Q: I Am Legend is basically an interior novel (we are in the mind of Robert Neville for a good part of the novel), do you consider this a factor in the considerable differing of your novel and the films that emerge from it? Or is it just the nature of the Hollywood beast to try to "improve" or reinterpret?
A: Your last sentence explains it. It is just the nature of Hollywood to try to "improve" or reinterpret.
The watch had stopped.
"Rob...ert," she said.
In a week the dog was dead.
I am legend.