A lot of kids do look up to us. But there are just as many elderly people to put us down.
Look, we are a rock group. But you should see all those things in perspective. People tend to blow up everything into ridiculous proportions. And then the fun is gone real soon.
We never really felt a real level of respect. The fame was fantastic, but that wasn't that important to me, because for every million people that loved me I focused on the one that hated me.
We're entertainers, while people want us to be gods.
In the end I'm the only one who knows me.
Ultimately in the end, it's the director's choice.
I had to learn how to become a real actor, I had to suffer and be rejected and face that 100 times just like every actor. It wasn't like someone handed it to me.
I try to ground most of my characters in reality somehow. That's kind of what I bring to the table.
What's important is self-appreciation.
In my freshman year in high school, I went to the only public high school in Boston with a theatre program.
I'm a fan of good horror movies.
I didn't have big movie offers, or any big agents wanting to work with me. I had to go grassroots, start at the bottom and go on 150 auditions before someone finally gave me a shot.
It's rare that I come across actors who are willing to work as hard on the material as I am.
The food in Europe is pretty disappointing. I like fried chicken. But other than that Europe is great.
There's a real danger in doing a sequel. There are some benefits, but that all hinges on how well you execute. Quite frankly, most sequels don't execute well.