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I like challenges; I like excitement. I like entering different worlds and trying to succeed – not excel, but succeed.
You can get good at finding access in the entertainment business. But the ideas, the narratives themselves, they are the only things that are going to be of any value.
Technology has brought us further than man could ever imagine, and it makes all information available. But it might not do the same exact thing that one human being asking another human being might do.
Hollywood is a land of style, a world where how you present yourself matters. Many of the people working here are so dramatically good-looking – that is their style. That’s not me, and I know that.
I try to be thoughtful when I speak but not edited. I make mistakes, but people like vulnerability.
Being interested in other fields and meeting experts outside entertainment – whether it’s a two-hour conversation with John Nash that turns into ‘A Beautiful Mind‘ or talking to people in architecture or fashion, CIA directors or Nobel laureates – has given me a better sense of which ideas feel authentic and new.
Curiosity and creating ideas ironically are both democratized; they cost no money, anyone can do them, and it’s up the individual and the force of their personality to give life to them.
I only make movies that are interesting to me.
You should not do everything in your power to make reviewers cranky before – right before they see your movie.
Where do I get the confidence to be different? A lot of it comes from curiosity. I spent years as a young man trying to understand the business I’m in. I have spent decades staying connected to how the rest of the world works.
I find rejection or failure to be a really interesting and valuable experience.
A movie has to get good reviews, high grosses – it has to beat expectations. The same thing with television and the ratings. But being curious isn’t like that. It’s not a public thing. It’s private, and the test is a private one. You have to be on your toes.
I think that we all absolutely have curiosity. It brings about knowledge. It’s energizing. It’s spiritually empowering. It makes us more interesting as people.
When I am talking to someone, I can constantly see whether I am failing or succeeding. I am regulating what I am saying in terms of how I think I’m doing. I’m always searching for the truth of a subject or person, and I look at every meeting as a grand experiment.