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 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.
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 think it's up to the parents to discern what their child is watching on television.
I could stand out front and sing Eagles songs that I sing in my set, but I think people enjoy watching me sing and play the drums. It seems to fascinate people. I don't know why.
I enjoy comedy and I hope that people enjoy watching me do it.
I don't like watching people work if they're making art.
I love watching my brothers raise their kids and not have to do it for myself and have the responsibility.
My whole thing was, as much as I was inspired by what my parents do, and growing up on film sets, watching that made me really want to do that. I am my own person, and I think that the only thing with the Hemingway name is that it has gotten me in the door.
I grew up watching Westerns.
With anything, and especially with the pallet of viewers in watching anything on TV and film, you have to entertain them.
What's the point of doing something good if nobody's watching.
I enjoy watching competitive people. You watch 'em come and you watch 'em go, and how they try to be the best. How they handle when they're not. How they handle when they are. How they get along together on the court.
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