I get tickets all the time and can't stay under the speed limit. I'm bad at that.
It's hard to get concert tickets.
I have gotten so many tickets. I hope I don't get my license revoked.
You don't pay the same price for a Ferrari as you do for a Honda Accord. But for some reason, for movie tickets, you're asked to pay the same price for 'Avatar' as you are for some $2 million movie, which is kind of a weird thing when you think about it.
Hollywood is a roulette wheel. Each project dictates what's going to happen for you next, and it doesn't really matter that your project is critically acclaimed or won awards or has fans worldwide. It's a matter of how many movie tickets and DVDs and on-demand movies that you sell.
If any movie people are watching this show, please, for me, have some respect. You wanna sell some tickets, act like you know what you're talking about.
Rooting from the sidelines is the most democratic of sporting rites: no skyboxes, no tickets required, just an unabashed will to holler and wave.
One thing led to another and I didn't have to take tickets any more because I now worked for Mr. Rogers. He said if I was going to take care of his horses than I'd better learn how to ride. He was very kind to me.
I just wanted to see every single musical I could. The very first one I saw was 'Beauty and the Beast,' the only one I could get tickets for, and then 'Les Miserables' and then 'Chicago.'
I keep threatening to write a non-fantasy book, and they keep offering me the kind of money I can't refuse to write a fantasy. That's a good thing. I have to pay my mortgage, and I have to pay for my Chargers season tickets.
Being famous gets me good concert tickets, good tables in restaurants, good seats at sporting events and that's really about it.
When I'm working with Red One, we all have to do everything, from making sets and costumes to tearing tickets. Forget about craft services! So when I get on a film set, it's a thrill to be just working as an actor.
Filmmaking is a real democracy - it's up to the audience to vote with their tickets.
Lottery tickets are a surtax on desperation.
Actually, we've done 75 of these shows and every one of them has sold out. But then we buy all the tickets.
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