The foundation for film acting is stage acting.
I'll tell you why, I don't invite the ones I don't like.
Geniuses always think it's easier than we make it out to be.
I did get Tom Hanks to say, Life is just a box of chocolates.
Comedians don't laugh. They're too busy analyzing why it's funny or not.
What I didn't know that by sticking to craft we would blow open some doors that I never saw opened before.
They will take a role that scares them over a role that doesn't. That's another thing I like about actors.
The definition of genius, really, should be that that person can do what the rest of us have to learn how to do.
The difference - the fundamental difference between theater acting and film acting is that film acting is disjunctive.
It can be summed up in one sentence. Does this person have something to teach my students? No one has ever let us down.