I'm a firm believer that actors take to work who they aren't at home. People show their other self in their art or in their work.
I've been doing this long enough that you can tell when people have seen you in something they didn't enjoy, and when they have seen you in something they actually enjoyed.
Movies are getting more and more expensive to distribute. You need a lot of money to get people into theaters.
People do eventually see something that's quality.
People work really hard to get to a certain point. But they have to work just as hard to stay there.
The Craft was what it was. People who respond to that movie respond to it really strongly.
I've quoted Lost in America several times.
Thirty years ago, there was definitely a huge difference between men and women, and the man wanting to feel like the protector, and not scare the wife.
A film's success or failure is strictly on the director's shoulders.
Actors love mental disorders, dialects, and corsets. Give them one of the three and they're happy.
After I do a big movie I get offered big movies. But I always do the weirdest indie.
My friends that are snobs think its cool I did a movie with Albert Brooks.
After I read all the medical journals and watched all the documentaries, I still didn't understand the physical sensation of ticking and where it comes from and what it feels like.