"For us, weve done 15 things a big cancer drama, big action heist movies and those are just ones that havent really gotten made yet. It just worked out in the way that. Youve got to kind of mix it up or youll go crazy. I dont think wed ever want to be the guys that just wrote a lot of anything, whether its sad or whatever. It just so happened that 'Ill Be Home for Christmas' and 'New York Minute' and then our next one is a comedy, and then were doing 'Wheres Waldo?' - those are the four that have hit the theaters first," explains Collage.
And what about "Where's Waldo?" What can fans expect from the screen version? Collage and Cooper are very enthusiastic about this particular project and hope "Waldo" fans will be happy with their vision. "'Wheres Waldo?' is being produced by Nickelodeon and Alan Rich. Its at Paramount. Its going to be this gigantic, magical, eyepopping thing for 4 year-olds to 4 year-olds of all ages. You know what I mean? I want it to be first movie my kid sees and literally, I want to see his eyes pop out of his head. Its colorful, its amazing," says Collage, adding, "Its going to be a combination of live action with a lot of computer stuff. Vibrant colors its going to be just an enormous spectacle."
According to the screenwriters, casting has not been done however Collage has a very definite idea of who he'd like to see in the role of the illusive Waldo. If Collage had his way, the primary candidates would be Ashton Kutcher ("The Butterfly Effect") or Jimmy Fallon of "Saturday Night Live" fame.