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You know how they say we only use 10 percent of our brains? I think we only use 10 percent of our hearts.
You can think of Hollywood as high school. TV actors are freshmen, comedy actors are maybe juniors, and dramatic actors - they're the cool seniors.
That's the thing about friendship, it's a lot rarer than love, because there is nothing in it for any body.
I think of myself as a doom person. I'm a worrier. But I like the idea of being an optimist. Maybe I'm the kind of optimist who deep down knows it's not going to work.
I care desperately about what I do. Do I know what product I'm selling? No. Do I know what I'm doing today? No. But I'm here, and I'm gonna give it my best shot.
True love is your souls recognition of its counterpoint in another.
It's not enough just to be real; you have to try to make it interesting or entertaining.
There's something people find hilarious about dogs surfing and dancing and talking in the movies. I think it's nice for people - I think it's wish fulfillment - to see animals talking.
You can't get too attached to any one shampoo. And conditioner, also.
I definitely would like to do some more dramatic roles.
Maybe that's why there's an insecurity sometimes in acting, because it's not like there's a correlation between hard work and how people receive you.
I have never taken myself that seriously as an actor.
If someone doesn't want me, I'm not going to hang around and win them over.
What's funny is that there's a lot of great Australian actors in American movies but you don't often hear them do their Australian, original accent.
It was nice that you guys have such a good sense of humor, because some people don't have the ability to laugh at something.
I try to find a way to make it comfortable or interesting or funny to me.
The Australian accent just a very lovely accent and it doesn't have the pretention maybe of an English accent, but yet seems a little bit more exotic than an American.
I respectfully ask that the media allow me to receive care and heal in private during this difficult time.
Movies I liked growing up were like Francis Ford Coppolla movies and Scorsese movies.
In Rome, I loved seeing the Caravaggios. There are churches in Rome that have Caravaggios, and there's one, not far from Piazza Navona, that has the best, I think: St. Matthew with the money.
It's funny how it usually works out that I end up dying. It sort of works out, because by the time I die, I'm usually tired of working on that particular movie, so I look forward to it.
There's what is on screen and then for us, it's if you get along with the people and enjoy showing up at work.
I haven't seen a lot of screwball comedies, and I don't think of myself as loving the genre. To me it sounds like, okay, you're going to be in a lot of crazy situations that are unbelievable.
Acting is more fun than writing. Writing is harder, more like having a term paper.
I think the way it works is that when you're casting a movie, you usually want to work with people that you believe in.
Australian cattle dogs, are not like Labradors, where they just like to just sit around by the fire and get petted. They're working dogs, so they have a lot of energy, and they can drive you crazy.
I lived in Rome for about five or six months during Life Aquatic.
The first thing I remember is Alexander Calder - our school took us on a field trip to go see the Calder mobiles, and that always stuck in my memory.
I guess that's the thing about Rome: It never changes.
If a movie goes south, it might not capsize me the way it used to. But I still have a terrible fear of failure. I'm a huge worrier.
Because it's me playing the character, trying to find a way to make it believable and entertaining and interesting.
I became sort of an aficionado on the Valentino pajamas, because I like those so much.
Hansel is certainly about comfort, while still sort of having a peacock principle of wanting to attract attention.
We worked together with Wes Anderson writing a couple more movies together: Rushmore  and Tenenbaums.
It isn't so much that I choose the roles - I mean, I guess there's a little bit of a selection process - but it's more just what people offer you.
I love Francis Bacon. I just saw a great Jackson Pollock exhibit at the Dallas Museum when I was home for Thanksgiving.
I think of Terrence Malick's movie Days of Heaven - one of Richard Gere's first movies - you can push pause on almost any image in the movie and it looks like a painting.