Nat Faxon Quotes
The benefit of film is that you're shooting something for an intense period of time - and then it's over, and you move on to something else. In TV, you're doing the same thing over and over.
Making a movie is still very difficult in Hollywood, regardless of what you have and what level you're at. It is a house of cards, and things have to perfectly align.
I grew up outside of Boston in a town called Manchester by the Sea, and we spent our summers in Nantucket.
I would love an upgrade from the Nielsen box; it feels so antiquated to me.
There's something about the schedule of working in TV that's attractive. You know exactly what the next six months is going to be like: You'll work Monday through Friday and have the weekends off, and then there's going to be a hiatus here, so you can kind of plan a little bit.
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