"He's totally my fantasy," admitted Donna Karan within earshot of her husband. "You know Jack could totally take charge, and that the wolf really is him. He's just -- sexy." "I'd watch him do anything," agreed Nora Ephron. Doug Wick, who produced "Wolf," explained it from the male perspective. "Mike Nichols and I decided that all men have two personalities: the personality they have every day, and then the guy who's on the make. The thing about Jack is -- he only has one."
Columbia chairman Mark Canton agreed: "Jack's a wolf in wolf's clothing."
Jack, as usual, was saying nothing. He didn't have to.