UGO: A few months ago you mentioned that Beowulf will be something completely different than what we’ve seen before. What can fans expect come November?
NEIL: What’s really bizarre is that I’m not going to know for another eight weeks what Beowulf looks like. I’ve seen an entire rough cut, I’ve had bits of things that I’ve done bits with, I’ve even seen the trailer, but everything that I’ve seen has been unfinished. It cuts between naked people and naked hairless people and it goes from them into people that look like Sony Playstation characters, with human heads cropped out from the video footage, so we know what they’re saying. It’s the most bizarre, hodge-podge way of doing it, but having said that, currently the computers are grinding away. The very first reel should be submitted in July and if it’s submitted in time we’re going to get to show it, I think, in full 3-D on Wednesday night at Comic-Con at a special preview.