Harvey said that he couldn’t spend more than $75 million per picture. That Disney, who owned him, had put a cap on the amount of money he could spend. He was wanting for these films to be less than $75 million, and we tried. Then he found out that they weren’t going to accept part one and part two as two different films, costing $75 million each. They wanted to treat it as one film, and they didn’t want to spend $150 million on these two films. They wanted just $75 million. So Harvey was stuck in a really bad place, and he came to us and said, “Listen, the only thing I can do is to basically make one movie, and you guys are going to have to support me here. I’ve supported you. You’re going to have to now do the right thing, and you’re going to have to cut the script down to one film, $75 million.” And I said, “Is it like the first of three? Could we just do the first one?” “No, no. It’s got to be the whole Lord of the Rings as one movie, $75 million, and it has to happen now,” and I just said, “I don’t think I can do that, Harvey. I don’t think I can do it. I don’t think you can actually collapse all this into one film, get rid of so much stuff, that you couldn’t even call it Lord of the Rings.”