Movies are like magic tricks.
Sticking with a marriage. That's true grit, man.
I had a great '70s. I survived it, and that's always good news.
Basically, one of the hardest things about being an actor is getting your first break.
I love John Irving's stuff. It's that marriage of comedy and tragedy. It's really terrific.
I don't think I ever went down that movie star path. I always enjoy taking a 90-degree turn from the last thing I did.
When you start to engage with your creative processes, it shakes up all your impulses, and they all kind of inform one another.
A large part of acting is just pretending. You get to work with these other great make-believers, all making believe as hard as they can.
I've had really great experiences working with first-time directors. They come at filmmaking with fresh ideas. I've been very lucky that way.