I work with really hard-working people who are really good at what they do.
I try to push ideas away, and the ones that will not leave me alone are the ones that ultimately end up happening.
To me the interesting main character is never the one without flaws.
Robotics are beginning to cross that line from absolutely primitive motion to motion that resembles animal or human behavior.
You never want to have that ticking clock and know that you had all this time and didn't use it.
I think you have a passion and an obsession for something when it's not necessarily ubiquitous.
What's a bigger mystery box than a movie theater? You go to the theater, you're just so excited to see anything - the moment the lights go down is often the best part.
The goal is always to do B material in an A fashion.
When I was a kid, it was a huge insult to be a geek. Now it's a point of pride in a weird way.
When I was a kid, among the other embarrassing things I would do, and there's a list of stupid things, but I would make these dumb comedy tapes. I would often make prank phone calls, but I would also do it with friends.
You can never guess or assume what anyone is going to think.
Whenever a toddler sees a pile of blocks, he wants to tear it down.
I think that even if you're wondering if two characters are ever going to kiss, drawing out the inevitability is part of the fun. Whatever the genre happens to be.
When I was a little kid - and even still - I loved magic tricks. When I saw how movies got made - at least had a glimpse when I went on the Universal Studios tour with my grandfather, I remember feeling like this was another means by which I could do magic.
People never know what they want, though everyone says they do. If they did, nobody would ever be surprised.
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