By EW Staff
Updated September 30, 1994 at 04:00 AM EDT

Hi, everyone. Here I am in Hawaii, but no time for luaus. I’m hard at work on my latest movie, Waterworld. It’s about the future where the ice caps have melted and everything’s underwater and I’m a creature with gills and fins. (See the enormous floating set in the picture? Neat, huh?) Everyone in Hollywood is saying the price tag has soared to $135 million, which may make it the most expensive movie ever, but the studio, Universal, says it’s not true. (Who’s counting?) Sure, we’ve had some problems. A stuntman got lost in a boat for a day. Some of the crew left. Good riddance! We’re a wee bit behind schedule, but when Waterworld is released next summer-knock wood-it’ll really float your boat! Get it?
Love, Kevin
P.S. Please send Dramamine.