What about the long-rumored-about biopic of your life?
That’s not going to happen, because I don’t want it to happen. I don’t want a movie about me until I’m very, very old — when I’m very, very old, everybody that wants to play me will be middle-aged. It’s up to me to decide. It’s the same thing with a book: Everybody wants me to write a book. I’m not. Because I wouldn’t write a book unless I could really tell the truth, and say all the people are in it are represented right. Did I go out with Don Henley? Yes, but I won’t change his name to Bob. If Don is in it, Don is going to be Don. If I’m gonna talk about all the people in my life, I need to be old enough and so do they that nobody’s gonna care. Don’s wife is not gonna care, and Lindsey Buckingham’s wife is not gonna care, and all the men that I went out with in my life, their wives are not gonna care. I want to tell the real story of what happened with all these people, and why they didn’t work out, and why I’m not married to one of them. I want to be truthful. I would never write a book about the bad parts. I would gently touch on them. I would mostly revel in the fantastic parts, of which there were so many.