I used to want to be a movie star so I wouldn't have to live in trailers anymore. And now that I make movies, I spend a lot of my life living in trailers.
The trouble with movies as a business is that it's an art, and the trouble with movies as art is that it's a business.
In life and in movies, it's a similar challenge, where you have expectations, and you end up in situations that are not meeting your expectations.
I'm used to watching old movies of myself.
Movies are like magic tricks.
I'd done about 10 movies before I decided I wanted to make acting the main thrust of my career.
One of the things that I find so exciting about life is that you're constantly surprised. You never know what's going to happen, and it's certainly like that making movies; every once in a while, one will come along that transcends all of your expectations.
My father was so in love with showbiz, all the different aspects - what we're doing here, making the movies, everything about it.
I think there's a real joy in going to see movies when you discover them yourself.
I'd maybe done about 12 movies when I decided that this was what I was going to do.
Movies are very subjective.
I do other sorts of things. I act in other people's movies. I direct operas. I write books.
I play a role in front of the cameras, just like in the movies.
The world is filled with terrible things that can influence children, and movies have depicted them since time immemorial. Should every terrible thing warrant an R-rating?
If beautiful movies can influence you to go out and hug your children, then we have to be honest and say that other movies can inspire you to do bad things.
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