I'm still over the moon, and I ain't coming down.
[There will be] no placating. It would be ludicrous to take on this subject and then try to take the edges off. We're doing this movie because we like the book.
The Oscar is the fantasy that you're afraid to believe in, but in the secrecy of your little dark room, you dream and wait for it.
It's brave to do a movie like that. Sometimes you've got to say, 'To hell with audience reaction. We've got something to say.' We could be at the start of a cultural revolution.
This celebrates the definition of what an ensemble is all about. There's 74 of us.
I don't think President Obama has been that revolutionary in reaching out to ethnic communities. President Reagan did a lot for the black community that people don't realize.
My life's experiences, I've always had, my uncle used to call it antenna. I know what's going to happen oftentimes before it happened when it's involving me.
The purpose of my life is being a father to my kids and being a husband to my wife.
I'm trying to make enough money where I can be financially independent and be able to go and just pursue that thing that everybody really needs, just pursue my family and the cause of my family.
I've always had a natural fear of the police, or abuse of their power.
I don't have any love for this business or the game or for acting. This is my day job.
Every one of us is an artist, and as an artist, you really can stroll into any venue that you want, as long as you take your time to learn the etiquette of that venue.
Every role you play is literally - and I've said this before - every single role that you play, the only way you can connect to that character is because that was a piece of you that was scattered around that yard, almost like we got caught up in some whirlwind.
You just drop a character like this that and the other and it's done.
My future's about trying to be a better man.