And at the end of the day, if the movie's no good, I'll live to fight another day.
But with writing, all you need is a pad of paper.
Good things happen when you get your priorities straight.
Good, bad mediocre or whatever it is, if a director wants me in his movie, I take it as a compliment.
I can't sit still for 10 minutes.
I feel I should be doing stupid stuff, but I'm not going to.
I had that thing of wanting to prove I was a tough kid.
I just feel like if I do good work, then people should respect me for the work I do.
I just love women.
I knew whatever I did, it was going to be big.
I liked being in the spotlight.
I never planned on being a plumber.
I want to create a little chaos and make people's heads turn.
I was a scam artist in high school for a while.
I was raised right. I dig who I am.
I was the bad kid in school. I was usually in trouble.
I'm never going to get in a fight in public again.
I've got a little fight in me, but I think that's good.
I've got a tough act to follow.
If you don't have any fight in you, you might as well be dead.
In Hollywood today, it's cool for guys to wear nail polish and earrings in their lips and tongues. I don't get it.
In the end, the work shows if you're good.
Men should have rough hands and be strong.
Now I can't wait to write my next play.
Now my drug is writing or acting, being creative.
Since I was a kid, he's told me to learn from his mistakes.
Sometimes I wish I didn't have somebody in my family who's in the business.
The left side of my brain is telling me I want to sleep with every woman in the world and the other side of my brain is telling me I met this great girl and if I let that go I'm going to regret it.
To me, theater is the mecca; if you really love to act, that's where it's the most fun, by a long shot.