I think that's why often people in creative fields can feel so alone is because there's a constant third eye, that constant watcher.
'Cool' is detached and emotionally cool. My instinct is to battle anything that seems overly cool.
I've done movies I'm very proud of, but there's always a sense of: 'Come see this shiny new car!' The question I hate the most is: 'Why should people see it?'
J. J. Abrams is amazing.
I think that when you decide to dedicate yourself to creative endeavors and surround yourself with people who are creative, you very quickly learn how hard it is to survive doing those kinds of things, not to mention make a living at them.
I like being like a chameleon who transforms himself with each role.
I think it's good to be a little more fearless in saying what you feel. In not being scared of the repercussions of that.
I get attached to things: I wear the same jeans for a year.
I played guitar and bass. I didn't do much vocals, although I did have one band where I was the lead singer. But that was when I was in college.
I've never been much of a guitarist. I mean, I've played forever, but I was always more of a rhythm kind of guy. I don't read music.
That first play I did in New York, Rogelio Martinez's 'When It's Cocktail Time in Cuba,' I played a young Fidel Castro.
There's very few people - like Shakespeare - who, no matter what, were gonna do what they did. For the rest of us, there's a lot of events that have to happen in order for things to end up the way they are.
'Mojave' is a very wild, throwback film with these two dudes going after each other.
The self-made man that some people believe is a myth? It could be, because you do it on the backs of other people.
A lot of very successful businessmen share some of these sociopathic traits - a lack of empathy, seeing people as commodities, projecting an air of sincerity when everything is actually calculated.
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