Every episode of 'True Blood' is like shooting a low budget feature.
The more obstinately you try to learn how to shoot the arrow for the sake of hitting the goal, the less you will succeed in the one and the further the other will recede.
During my first photo shoot, I was unhappy because they put so much makeup on me and straightened my hair. I've been stubborn ever since.
Ten episodes goes by really quickly, especially when you've got a really tough shooting schedule of seven-day episodes.
Anybody that shoots a hook shot, whatever hand, I jump up and cheer because it's the easiest shot, it's the best tweener shot.
I can shoot a basket pretty well.
I actually have a little routine I do before every shoot. I put a face mask on before bed and make sure I go to sleep early. Then, I get up early and make myself breakfast and get in a workout.
My curiosity sustains me for the period of the shoot.
I like going to rifle and pistol clubs and joining them in target shooting. I also share the same respect for individual initiative and love of family.
You can't fix a bad script after you start shooting. The problems on the page only get bigger as they move to the big screen.
I hate the photo shoots.
I hate the photo shoots. I hate all that stuff.
The plus size movement is not just about fashion; it's about body image, and if we're doing a shoot, they won't retouch us at all. That's the cool thing: there's no retouching at all because we want to give girls the truth, not a fabrication.
If I am told to be at a shoot at 10 A.M., I am ready on time. By 11:30, I lose my patience. After that, I keep threatening to leave the sets if they don't begin soon. It works sometimes.
Golf is a game in which you yell 'fore,' shoot six, and write down five.
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