There is something inherently tough about Americans. They will not accept defeat.
Viewing in a theater is the optimum experience. It needs to be preserved. ... But, at the end of the day, technology and viewers are going to tell us what they really want.
One of the great things about being a director as a life choice is that it can never be mastered. Every story is its own kind of expedition, with its own set of challenges.
I'm not a caterer. I just have to stay with my creative convictions. At some point, you have to just get past the special-interest groups and do what you're there to do, which is make a movie.
We look at some similar areas in such a completely different way. We're a comedy, we're very contemporary. We're very much about the impact of celebrity and fame on an individual in today's world.
It was always my dream to be a director. A lot of it had to do with controlling my own destiny, because as a young actor you feel at everyone's disposal. But I wanted to become a leader in the business.
I've acted with all types, I've directed all types. What you want to understand as a director, is what actors have to offer. They'll get at it however they get at it. If you can understand that, you can get your work done.
t was always our goal to try to present schizophrenia in a very personal way. So the delusional characters are symbols, you know, manifestations. It's all a bit more allegorical, it's not pure case study, it's not a clinical presentation.