People are always telling me that change is good. But all that means is that something you didn't want to happen has happened.
Fame is also a test of character at times... Sometimes I pass the test; sometimes I'm a pain in the ass. Sometimes I'm like, 'Oh, God! I just want to buy some tampons!'
And the insidious thing is that people will either see a movie because it did well last weekend or won't see it because it didn't do well.
It would be really great if people would realize that stars are only people with the same weaknesses and flaws, not immaculate idols.
What brings people down is the same thing over and over.
I don't think we realise just how fast we go until you stop for a minute and realise just how loud and how hectic your life is, and how easily distracted you can get.
I have a very good life, so I have nothing to complain about. Sometimes, I just have existential angst.
I've been in this business for years and I'm still befuddled by the ways of this town.
It was not a healthy marriage for long time. It was never about another man, it was about what my and Dennis's relationship could not sustain.
My family responsibilities don't conflict with my career. Not at all.
Clearly romantic comedy is my franchise genre, I don't mind saying that, it's true. I love doing them and hopefully always will do them.
I think there's an ongoing effort involved in trying to get a bigger perspective, trying to let go of things that limit your capacity to love and be loved or your capacity to hear and to really speak.
And who cares, five years down the road, what most movies made or didn't make? If it's good, it stands up.
A l lot of films I've done are essentially about women who are finding their voice, women who don't know themselves well.
I'm a sucker for a funny script. And then, as soon as I don't wanna be, one comes along and grabs me.