What were your initial conversations like with Chad Hodge, and how did you make your visions match up?
Nelson: When I first came on, there was a first early draft by Chad, and of course I worked with him to figure out how to make it so that what I would see was the best visualization possible of the book. And there were things that Chad and Alex had been talking about, before I arrived, saying, "This is important, this is important," and I was aware, too, that we couldn't change some things that were very important from the book. And it was clear which things were, because they were the most emotional stuff, and little moments that would make fangirls giddy. I not only checked in with Chad about it, but I would check in with Alex: "These are things that we're changing, for this and that reason, and do you think that would be okay?" And I remember for some things, she'd be like, "Well, maybe some people will be upset about it, but if it's better, then there's a good reason to make it different." But it was always done with a great deal of consideration, because I don't want Alex or the fans to be unhappy with how the book is adapted. So if anything is changed, it wasn't willy-nilly -- it was for a definite reason.