…The Matrix, for instance, gives you is the opportunity to make ‘Neuromancer’ in a culture that is already aware of what The Matrix is. I mean, the very word ‘matrix’ is in Neuromancer. It was borrowed by the Wachowski brothers for their film. I think that’s a good thing, because I don’t even know how someone would have been able to make that film 10 years ago or 15 years ago, because it’s so abstract. I don’t even know how people understood the book when it first came out. I think I read it in the late 1980s, but in 1984, how would people even understand it, because it was just so far ahead of the curve?Sci-fi horror Splice producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura is also involved in the project, which production will allegedly start after Natali is done with a ghost movie Haunter. 2014 release is possible coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the novel’s publication. Do you find that Wahlberg seems completely wrong for the role?