's debut screenplay came in 1995 with Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead
and was followed the next year by the critically-acclaimed film Beautiful Girls
. He went on to pen the scripts for Con Air
and Gone in 60 Seconds
, and he garnered a WGA Award nomination for adapting the Nick Hornby
novel High Fidelity
. In this candid interview, Rosenberg exposes his true feelings about plot, writing under the influence and the brilliance of Winnie the Pooh.
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