“I’m one of the luckiest dudes in the world, just to have that time with them. That’s probably the greatest part of it all. To have those two, but then to have James Cameron coming back… I think all of those elements created something we all want.”
It was just the perfect kind of music for me. He’s a troubadour. He’s a poet. The way that he uses language. He just does that thing with my brain where it just gives me glee and joy.
When Robert Downey Jr. was preparing for his new role in Dolittle, a movie in which he plays a doctor who lives with a house full of animals – and talks with them – he began to wonder, “How does anyone relate to this guy?” And then he looked out the window of his home in Malibu, Calif., and saw his alpaca Fuzzy looking back at him.
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I was talking to some of our crew from the last film that I did, about inappropriate behavior in general, and they were talking about a particular DP that was doing all kinds of crazy stuff, shooting up skirts, and our first AD had to go over to the actress and say, “Hey, just so you know maybe you want to check and see, because I think the camera angle is going to maybe not be something that you’re comfortable with.” She had no idea.
“I met up with Elizabeth Henstridge [who plays Jemma Simmons] for dinner a few nights ago and we were like, ‘It’s been six months right?’ and we were like, ‘Nope, it’s been two months’. It’s a little weird. I don’t think it will hit me that the show’s over for a while.”
“Buffy was the story of the horrors of adolescence manifested through literal demons and I think that was the beauty of it,”
“Any moment where you can put down a device and actually connect, to me, is important,” she said. “Food just sort of seems to be that great connect among people.”
“For the long-term fans, it’s a really big pay-up and it’s really, really fun… When you’ve done six seasons and that many hours of TV, it’s pretty hard on the writers to think what else do we do, and they killed it. Season seven is a really, really fun one.”