I always thought the point was to have a bigger life, to meet more people. So I don't understand Hollywood.
I had a great deal of pressure to move to LA after Romancing the Stone came out and I'd become very popular. But people came to me anyway.
I rent houses in LA when I'm filming. I find the isolation there terrifying. There's nowhere to go, there's nowhere to be with people. I'm not a beach bunny.
I want people to like me. They don't have to always like my characters, you understand.
It begins and ends with money. It's absurd in this day and age when we need so much money for education, health, for people, that a 00 million dollars can be spent on a film. It's obscene.
You shouldn't get to live in society and give nothing back. People complain about their taxes, yet they do nothing for the community. That makes me furious.
This is not about abortion or the antics. This is about pro choice versus anti-choice and government intervention in a woman's personal decisions about her life.
I don't believe in simply accumulating money, but I have the luxury to say that, because I have enough for all my needs.
My husband says I can do anything I put my mind to, but the truth i, the only thing I want to do is act.
I know there are nights when I have power, when I could put on something and walk in somewhere, and if there is a man who doesn't look at me, it's because he's gay.
I often play women who are not essentially good or likable, and I often go through a stage where I hate them. Then I end up loving and defending them.
It never occurred to me that I couldn't change things that needed changing or couldn't have what I wanted if I worked hard enough and was good enough.
A woman can plan when to have her family and how to support a family.
I think Europeans have enough tradition and respect for the experience and body of work of an actress that they don't sell out to the new ones.
A woman my age is not supposed to be attractive or sexually appealing. I just get kinda tired of that.