You can't betray yourself too often, or you become somebody else.
Pollock said several times that he couldn't separate himself from his art. Not knowing much about modern art when I began to read about him, I was much more his persona - his struggles as a human being - that was interesting to me.
You get three hours' sleep and then you start all over again. Relentless. Pre-production was almost harder than filming. I was all over the city every day. It was really exhausting.
There's always a reaction based on fear. People assume if you're criticizing a decision to go to war, then you're saying something against the soldiers-which is not the case.
I have a tight family group that's really important to me. I don't want to work all the time.
I listen to National Public Radio, which, to me at least, presents the most rounded view of things.
I made career decisions that came from the part of me who wanted to shun the limelight.
I love this country very much, and I'm proud to live here, but I think our current administration is extreme. These are not merely conservative people, these are extreme right-wing people.
I like to act with people that know what they're doing.
You can mostly forget ethnic or religious differences. The competition for a bigger share of the oil proceeds is behind much of the fighting.
A lot of films come out before they're finished.
For The Truman Show, I worked for a few weeks, do my gig, then I was done.
I think most people that are looked upon as doing something daring don't necessarily think of it that way-they do what they have to do.
One of the first things I learned about acting was, the only person you compete against is yourself.
I am not one of these guys who works job after job after job.
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