"What’s horrible is when you are told to explain the steps. When the studio says we need to know the bad guys plan and then we need to thwart it beat by beat. That is exposition, but if somebody tells you, ‘They don’t want them for their blood they want them for their souls,’ I’m giving you a big twist. When you reveal the real plan and there’s a big twist and you go, ‘Man I didn’t see that coming,’ and it ups the ante automatically. It cancels itself as exposition, it becomes drama. If the exposition is simply the layout of a plan, it becomes a schematic. But if it ups the ante, if it reveals a new thing, a new layer of the drama it actually nullifies itself as exposition and it becomes drama. That’s what we’re trying to do. Every time somebody says something you go, ‘I want to know more about it.’ And I try not to tell you everything about it. Sometimes I feel revealing enough but not – if you know everything the mystery goes away."