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I think being different, going against the grain of society is the greatest thing in the world.
Dream the impossible because dreams do come true.
In the absence of love, there is nothing worth fighting for.
Our bad memories and our bad experiences are what make us who we are and what make us grow and allow us to learn, if we choose to see the lessons in those experiences.
Quite simply it is love. It is the unconditional love that says, regardless of what you do or where you go, I will always be there for you.
I never wanted to be in a band because I love music too much to mess it up.
On a superficial level, I like girls with dark hair - I'm a sucker for that.
My God! Middle Earth does exist!
Hello! I'm Elijah Wood, and i'm a looser!
The guy is a stud with women just following him around wherever he goes. But he is the last one who'll ask anyone to do anything for him. He'd rather just go do it himself.
So much time is wasted on trying to be better than others.
I'm not a star!!! A star is nothing but a ball of gas!!!
When I work, I disappear into work, which I like to do, and sometimes I don't really have a choice. It's not a conscious thing. It's just total devotion to what I'm doing.
I just got called Nigel.
If you cut off your arm instead of going 'spurt, spurt, spurt' wouldn't it, like, go nuts? Or would it go with the beat of your heart?
["I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore" ] really jumped off the page. And there were so many specific notes within the context of the script. Music cues, for instance.
I'm always looking for something very different from anything I've done. I'm attracted to a great script, and not necessarily a great character.
The predominant difference between television and film is the pace to which you work, but the development of the character or the process for playing the character isn't necessarily different.
I'm kind of insane when it comes to music, a little obsessed.
I definitely don't look my age. So I actively look for roles that will help people change their perception of me
You've got major artists releasing albums on their own and eschewing the major system. I think that breeds excitement and creativity.
Geeks are the coolest people.
It was kind of unique and great to have two films coming out within a week. It certainly was a different experience for me.
I'll play a character who is getting married to a woman to avoid the draft. Ultimately they fall in love with each other, but at first it's only out of practicality.
I definitely felt the pressure I wanted to live up to all of the expectations.
Geeks are generally the most interesting people.
I credit my mom Debbie for creating a solid family base, ... She gave me a strong sense of reality so I could avoid falling into the normal pitfalls of child actors.
I don't know that I necessarily feel more comfortable in the context of smaller films, but I tend to feel more comfortable more often than not with the material of smaller films.
The worst kind of lying I've ever done is keeping things from people.
When you have an animal in your home, a relationship forms very quickly, where that animal ceases to be an animal to you. It feels like a member of your family.
I love romantic comedies. I love romantic movies. I'm kind of a sucker for them, and, sort of end up crying at the end of them all, like a child.
I think as a music listener you have your rock and roll dreams. I personally wouldn't want to apply that necessarily, mainly because I love music too much to mess it up.
It was so clear from the beginning - what [Macon Blair] wanted to make [in "I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore"].
I actually got a crush on Anne Heche when I worked with her on Huckleberry Finn. It didn't work out.
I suppose I've been working for a long time, so I've seen all kinds of filmmaking. I can fit into anything, and it doesn't feel that weird or that fascinating.
[Sundance is] giving people a chance - many first-time filmmakers. It carries that weight - if you bring something here, people connect with it and it can launch a career.
[Sundance] still feels like an incredible place for championing emerging voices and art.
It feels kind of good to be [on Sundance]. There is a sense of unification and community and voices rising together, and that all feels good.
It's always nice when you get a chance to actually work with the other actor. It just brings the scene to life, in a way that's not as easy to replicate on your own.
So, as much as it is about this continuing war, the reinstated draft, and their individual views, it's really sort of a deeply human tale, and a character study as well.
I think horror comedies tend to skew more comedy than horror, for the most part.
The prospect of being able to work on a Kaufman film with him directing was just too good to be true.
Music says so much. Really specific but those are also real tonal things as well.
It still feels like an honor to bring something [on Sundance].
I watched the Lost series in the US and it's great.
I definitely don't look my age. So I actively look for roles that will help people change their perception of me.