The more people involved in making a movie, the worse it is, generally.
I'm unqualified for anything else. I'm barely qualified for this.
I have a hard time visualizing anything, which is why I'm not a director, and which is why I try to work with ones I know have a strong idea in mind.
When I was in college, at Wheaton-I inadvertently got cast in a play, and I had a really great time doing it. I didnt know I had any knack for it, but I really enjoyed myself. It was a complete surprise.
I encounter really tough men and women who are just so harsh, you can't bend them. You do come across these kinds of people in every profession-just unyielding.
I'm not a public figure at all. I don't really go out a lot to places where there are people like those who sit at the bottom of your driveway.
If you give a character room to breathe, they come alive.
Insecurity is just something that's there all the time. I've never been crippled by it.
I... had guys on the set who didn't like me... they weren't interested in the cold character.
I've worked with a lot of great directors.
These days there are a lot of people who just want to be famous. I think that comes from a naive place, because those people generally don't know what it's like.
You know, Salma Hayek is a great cook, and she's a friend.. She's an amazing cook. If she opened up a restaurant, I would so get in on the coattails.
Most times when people pitch you as being perfect for a part... they don't look at you as an actor who can transform. A lot of people are so literal.
If you work in casting, it's sort of not cool to want to act. A lot of people think that casting directors are frustrated actors, but it wasn't true with any of the casting people I knew.
I think people are always looking for a good comedy.
I was a waitress. I was pretty good at it. I liked to solve those puzzles-you know, when to put the dinner order in, that sort of thing.
I don't think I'm very ambitious at all. But I seem to play people who have that quality.
Sometimes it just doesn't translate to people. You just move on, and you feel bad because people worked so hard on it and everyone loved it... Everybody was treated so well and was going for something and trying to do the best work possible.
I know many great actors who have small heads.
The celebrity-making machine-photographers, paparazzi, press and stuff like that-can be ruthless.
The movies I'm in not a lot of people see, but it's alright.
The movies I usually do are maybe three or four weeks because they don't have a lot of money.
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