On futurism, Design and his new Jetsons movie:
"Future films, my issue with them is that—and the reason like we're working on the Jetsons now—is it feels like it's so arbitrary. And I think there's something that's especially defined in the culture of the '60s, with drugs and futurism and the Dune backgrounds that eventually became the Star Wars backgrounds and heavy metal comics and all this (and heavy metal means it's a sci-fi comic; its just called heavy metal). And I wanted to create something that was a non-arbitrary future that's based on real life like architecture, like Corbusier and Pierre Paulin and, of course, Eames, and take some Bauhaus theories and mix it in. A lot of design theories that have proven to be true because the truth is, you walk in, and people have Eames chairs, so that's the truth—that everyone bought it.