I'm a film doll. But I'm enjoying it. So I'm gonna keep doing it.
But I'm trying not to be cynical - I don't want to be one of those people who has a cool opportunity and blows it. It's really amazing what's happening to me.
Someone pays me a hundred bucks every Tuesday to DJ. I don't think I'll ever give that up.
You know when there's someone new on the rise and there's too much hype? I didn't want that to be me.
I think the main thing I remembered throughout all of filming it was just that she just was extremely self-destructive. I think everybody can relate to that a little bit. She doesn't like herself.
It's become like an urban myth. I don't know her. I don't know anybody she knows. I was standing there at the party by myself for an hour and then I left. Once I got those auditions, I worked really hard. Nobody did me any favors.
I really want to keep at it until I find out what I'm capable of.
I was always interested in doing it, but I was so content with my life that I didn't really go after it.
Less Than Zero and American Psycho were both really different, so I was just like, Okay, he's just really doesn't have anything pleasant to say, you know? But I get it. I get at least why it's difficult and what he's really doing.
I don't think I could live with myself if I stopped trying.
Most of the auditions I went on, I passed up the projects because I just wasn't interested. When I read A Knight's Tale, that was that. I knew I wanted to do this movie.
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