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The first rule of Zombieland: Cardio. When the zombie outbreak first hit, the first to go, for obvious reasons ... were the fatties.
I had great difficulty in school interacting with others, and I took refuge in the contrived setting of play acting, which is what I still do.
I grew up in a secular suburban Jewish household where we only observed the religion on very specific times like a funeral or a Bar Mitzvah.
Every character I play has to be the hero of his own story, the way we're all heroes of our own lives.
I have an iPad and I watch three things: 'The Daily Show,' '60 Minutes,' and 'Meet the Press.'
No compliment is ever sufficient and every insult, of course, is true.
I have one female fan. But she lives with me. I'm not aware of any others.
Society will decide after the technology is created what we will and won't accept.
The happiest moments for me, creatively, are doing readings of a play around a table where there's no audience.
People ask me what my hobbies are in interviews, and I always say biking. But all I bike for is to get to rehearsal more quickly.
The more people say nice things about me, the more I feel it's false.
I'm not into music - the only music I like is musical theater, but I have every Ween album.
Poor people are gross and they 'smell bad
Often times, being in a popular thing means that you have to compromise your own acting.
I feel things can always be funny, but that's probably because I have some kind of leftover childhood need to make people laugh. For somebody like me, that's the thing you excel at.
I cried every day of first grade. In class. Which meant I ended up getting comfortable emoting in a place where it wasn't the norm.
I find it very difficult to do normal things without getting approached.
I don't attribute an actor's great success to their own individual performance when it's something as collaborative as a movie.
Any time you play a character for a long period of time, regardless of how close it is to you, it infiltrates your life. It's impossible for it not to.
I don't understand capri pants. They seem like neither here nor there.
I give credence to the worst things somebody writes about me, and if somebody writes something nice, I think they're wrong or false or lying or joking.
Everyone's a geek in some way or other. Everyone's an outsider.
No one should be offended - that's not my style.
The old cliché in theater is, if you’re nervous, pick up a prop, which will immediately take you outside of your mind.
The ideal way to approach a character is to find something in yourself that relates in some way.
If you're acting, then there's a prescribed way to behave; whereas in life there's no prescribed way. So acting feels like a comfortable way to get through the day.
I just can't - I can't exist in normal group situations. A classroom, where you have to sort of jockey for position, compete for attention - I would just withdraw.
If I get no sleep the night before a show, I feel that performance is the best one.
I don't watch the movies I've been in. I try to stay as little aware of the final product as possible, because my job doesn't really change.
In acting class, you're trained to express yourself as much as you can.
I feel like when I was 13 and I had to go to bar mitzvahs every weekend. This is the same feeling. You have to put on a suit every weekend to go meet with a bunch of Jews.
I am actually going to two therapists right now. I don't know, I actually feel like therapy has just made me more uncomfortable.
I think it's a room full of insecure actors, which is ultimately very comforting.
I live in New York City, so there's so much stimulation when you walk outside, it does not require a television in the home.
Devils don't come from hell beneath us, they come from the sky.
And I'm sure after Facebook it will be the little cameras that we have implanted into the palms of our hands and we'll be debating whether we should get them, and then we'll all get them.
I think I'm an abstinence symbol. If I take my shirt off, people will not have babies.
All of my pleasures are guilty, but that's just the way I'm wired.
I purposefully isolate myself from anything that has to do with any press. I don't read any press about myself.
It's a struggle for me to watch things I've been in because I'm just distracted and self-critical.
I get very homesick, but otherwise it's a great privilege to get to travel for work.
Don't be a hero, live to fight another day.
I think there's nothing more wonderful than using fiction to reflect real-world cultural ideas.
If you're afraid of everything out there, you quit going out there.
I don't follow sports that much now, but I was a Phoenix Suns fanatic in the early '90s.
The only way to be turned off to being famous is to be famous.
I'm hardly the most notable person in 'Zombieland.' The other actors in it are way more famous than I am.
I meet people who are in movies, and the stuff that they write is terrible, but nobody tells them that because they're famous. So I worry that my stuff might be like that, too.
Depression, if it's an unconsciously elected experience, is a luxury.
Mother Teresa was asked what was the meaning of life, and she said to help other people, and I thought, 'What a strange thing to say' - but maybe it's the right thing to say.