I'd never watch a horror film, but after I found out I was going to be in one, I watched, like, four of them, including The Shining, I was terrified - I couldn't sleep for days. But I wanted to get myself used to things I was going to see on the set.
There's something about the silence of people listening to someone or watching someone - I just... I love that.
I was a big 'Battlestar Galactica' fan and 'Star Trek' fan. I grew up watching those.
I'm used to watching old movies of myself.
I've got to watch my back, so I can't put on too much weight.
I grew up in a drive-in theater, from the time I was 8, working in a snack bar watching four features every week. It was silent theater in the sense that this was a drive-in, which meant that I often saw the films going with no sound. But I learned to tell stories through action.
I do not watch television, never have.
I grew up in LA. I sort of watched the Raiders play and that sort of thing.
The sizes and shapes of the panels have never been important to my stories. It has always been the words and images that drew me in, kind of like watching a movie.
I wish I had known that education is the key. That knowledge is power. Now I pick up books and watch educational shows with my husband. I'm seeing how knowledge can elevate you.
I grew up watching MTV, when Journey was huge, when Pat Benatar had 'Love Is a Battlefield,' and my friends and I used to cut school to watch this woman in the video. We loved Pat Benatar.
Watch my dust.
A lot of times characters are combinations of people I come across in life. I people-watch a lot.
And I don't watch cricket. How can you like a game that requires you to take four days off work to follow a Test?
I think it's up to the parents to discern what their child is watching on television.
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