It's just a wonderful feeling to be a father and to have a kid.
I paint on the ground. I paint with sticks, with big paint cans, and whatever else falls in it. Basically, what I'm doing is capturing unbridled emotion and putting it on canvas. It's like capturing lightning in a bottle.
I wore ripped jeans and headbands before people wore that. I've been this guy ever since.
I usually go out riding late at night when there's no traffic because L.A. has become almost like the Philippines now as far as traffic.
When I did 'Jump Street', I created that character; it was all me. I walked in and was just me. I could get out of bed and walk on set and be dressed.
I don't think the state of California realized there would be this many people here caught up in the freeway system.
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