Here he dreamcasts an adaptation of the new novel:
When they make my book into a movie, astrologer-detective David Lowell could be played by several actors. Al Pacino, or Liam Neeson come to mind. My first choice would have been Dennis Hopper, who I was fortunate enough to meet and spend an afternoon with shortly before his death; a truly exhilarating experience. I had a bit part in a movie Dennis made with Jackie Bissett and a great cast, written and directed by Linda Yellen, which so far has not been released.Learn more about the book and author at Mitchell Scott Lewis's website.
Lowell’s secretary, Sarah, is a feisty, street smart woman in her early thirties. I would love to see Drew Barrymore in the role.
Lowell’s daughter, Melinda should be played by a self-assured woman also in her 30’s. There are a number of current actresses who would do justice to the role including Scarlett Johansson.