Kian Lawley Quotes

  • As someone who started in the digital background, it's an easier, better, faster platform to bounce off of. You already have so much momentum, and you already have the experience. You're already comfortable being in front of the camera.
  • We've already learned a lot about the production process, and we can't wait for our audience to see what we have in store next.
  • If I want to act, I'm gonna act. And if I consider myself an actor, that's all that matters to me.
  • I want to stick with movies, but I also want to stick with YouTube. I'm never going to give up YouTube. I'm never going to stop making videos for the people who continue to watch them. That's my home base. That's what I love; that's what I know.
  • It's hard to act in front of a lot of people.
  • When I do videos, it's just myself.
  • No relationship. I'm not looking for one, either. I've tried it, but it's harder than it seems.
  • Whether it's singing, modeling, acting, you name it, they always label you as the YouTuber, the social media kid, the social media star. It's something that I've heard - a lot - but I kind of just put it to the side.
  • We want to create content that our fans will like but at the same time stretches us creatively, with our own little touch.
  • Social media stars are kind of taking the traditional route, like movies.
  • I'm known as a person who, like, steps out of the comfort zone. Who kind of breaks the rules and crosses the line in the sense of making YouTube videos.
  • At the beginning, my character Cameron is really family-oriented.
  • Working with a full Hollywood team has been an awesome learning experience, and I definitely want to pursue acting more.
  • Jc and I love our YouTube audience, and we're going to keep producing videos, but we're also really interested in learning what other opportunities are out there.
  • It's harder than it looks to juggle all those things: relationship, movies, YouTube.
  • To all of our viewers out there - expect the unexpected.
  • I don't really follow the rules of like - not traditional, but how everyone does YouTube. And it's kind of made me more cautious and conscious of what I put into my videos.
  • I ripped off half my hair with a waxing strip, and it didn't grow back for, like, 5 months.
  • I get referred to as the social media kid on set, but I don't let it bother me. I try not to.
  • I'd love to get into comedy and test out new genres of film.
  • I grew up watching 'The Ring,' 'The Grudge,' all those scary movies.
  • I grew up watching Jim Carrey, and I was like, 'I want to be like him. I want to do what exactly what he does.' YouTube was just a platform, kind of like a trampoline to, like, bounce into it at a faster rate.
  • We can talk and get feedback about our videos directly from some of our biggest fans. We can't stress the importance of that connection enough.
  • I do comedy in my room by myself, so it's so different to see how that all works and get the behind the scenes on how they do the gory stuff.
  • I act like a kid, and I feel like I need to grow up a little bit. A little bit. Not too much.