I like to think I can keep a pretty level head.
As long as you're getting along, it's nice to work with someone you know well.
The thing about being an actor is that you're in the business of not growing up.
When you're in Los Angeles, nobody bats an eye, they're so used to seeing actors, they just act really cool.
It's always been my personal feeling that unless you are married, there is something that is not very dignified about talking about who you are dating.
Whatever kind of movie it is, you're going to be more into it when you care more about the drama, or you'll have a better laugh if you feel like you know the people better.
I'm probably one of the worst people with numbers you've ever met. My brothers always kid that they think I'm counting cards in Vegas, but I'm just trying to add things up.
There definitely is that element of guys who like to party and have a good time and... putting off for as long as possible the idea that they'll actually have to settle down.
That's one of those things that will really hurt me personally, if I label a character or think about what it might do if it were to do well. I just try to do a good job with it.
That just seems like a tough thing to do... just work in the middle of a company for your entire life. You just do the same thing out of college until you're 60, and then you retire.