Commercial Quotes

  • I'm always under the impression that directors should act at some point or another.
  • When people ask whether virtual reality will be a real thing or just the next 3D, what I always say is, 'Take a headset, walk outside, and the next person you meet, put it on them and see what the reaction is.'
  • The person who knows one thing and does it better than anyone else, even if it only be the art of raising lentils, receives the crown he merits. If he raises all his energy to that end, he is a benefactor of mankind and its rewarded as such.
  • If you say you're going to do something, you better damn well do it.
  • I am going to stop calling you a white man and I'm going to ask you to stop calling me a black man.
  • 'Bionic Woman' changed direction too much from episode to episode, which I think is why it lost momentum.
  • I don't drive around London much. Any journey around Islington involves hundreds of speed bumps that seem to tear the bottom of your car off.
  • We never dealt with satire or suggestive material. Although some of our films were broad parodies or burlesques of popular dramatic themes, there was no conscious attempt at being either sarcastic or offensive.
  • Fashion needs to be worn.
  • I'm just interested in what makes a photograph.
  • It's important to still look like yourself on your wedding day, so I didn't do anything drastic.
  • It was a big-time change, coming off the bench.
  • Those who suffer are not those at the top, but are the less privileged members of society.
  • We all have regrets, but the thing is to learn from life.
  • Coaching in the NBA is not easy. It's like a nervous breakdown with a paycheck.
  • All you need in the world is love and laughter. That's all anybody needs. To have love in one hand and laughter in the other.
  • There's nothing routine about 'Boardwalk Empire.' It's like being in some secret society where they call you up and tell you where to go: 'Meet us at the corner of such and so.'
  • Coaches who have been players in the league, they get so attuned to playing how they were successful and who their coaches were.
  • Trying to maintain your health on the road can be difficult. Especially in the middle of the country where they close by 9 and you're not out of work until midnight. You end up at a McDonald's or Taco Bell.
  • What allows us, as human beings, to psychologically survive life on earth, with all of its pain, drama, and challenges, is a sense of purpose and meaning.
  • I'm flattered anytime someone has taken enough time to listen to me and make a connection to someone else, honestly.
  • TV actors are doing great in Bollywood. We have our own market, our own fans, who love to see us on the big screen.
  • Of two evils choose the prettier.
  • The temple of Ceres should be in a solitary spot out of the city, to which the public are not necessarily led but for the purpose of sacrificing to her.
  • One year, I was a go-go girl for Halloween, and I got all this glitter eye shadow, my hair was poufy with braids, I was wearing all these different colors and fake eyelashes that went all the way up to my eyebrows. I totally enjoy the whole Halloween feel.
  • I've been working straight since 2003, so I might just want to take an improv or theater class. That excites me. I can't wait to do different characters - not necessarily the leading chick who gets the guy, but the weird, freaky cousin.
  • Golf may be a hussy, but I love her.
  • Conflict is always the right thing to do when it matters.
  • At 'GQ,' there was never a temptation to pander or preach to the choir because I had no concept of who the reader was or what that reader might want.
  • Coaches will eventually notice a great attitude, and they respect that.
  • I had to inspect all fighter units in Russia, Africa, Sicily, France, and Norway. I had to be everywhere.
  • If I am who I am, I'm provocative, candid, and androgynous; there's nothing I can do that will make any fan think, 'I didn't expect that from her.'
  • If reality TV is bad, so is Colosseum, so are the gladiators, so are sports. I think cricket is bad. But that's a point of view.
  • Improvising things is always changing. A lot of momentum.
  • A person needs a little madness, or else they never dare cut the rope and be free.
  • Auditions are hard. You should see what most of the women look like when I audition for things - they look like they should be on the catwalk.
  • I've never managed to get very far with Henry James.
  • I'm addicted to New York, and I like L.A., as I have kids there. Sometimes I think New Mexico is the one place where I could almost live there. It helps your acting; there's magic in that place.
  • Acting is really not what I'm interested in. I'm not an aspiring actor and you should be able to tell.
  • Time plays an important role. My physical body is taking shape in space, and I see that my ideas about how we influence space with our movement is really 'matter of fact.'
  • Any competent programmer has an API to cash, payments, escrow, wills, notaries, lotteries, dividends, micropayments, subscriptions, crowdfunding, and more.
  • Terrorists have failed in what is arguably al Qaida's most important objective - to trigger revolutions.
  • So my own suspicion is that the attorney has stopped this prosecution because part of her defence was to question legality and that would have brought his advice into the public domain again and there was something fishy about the way in which he said war was legal.
  • I got too old to live in the bush. You really need to be youngish and healthy, so it seemed stupid to keep going.
  • When I was nine, I started reading Homer. I would get up at four o'clock in the morning, before I had to go to school, in third or fourth grade, and, for several hours, I would read 'The Iliad' or 'The Odyssey.'
  • Augustine says that you don't understand a nation by the throw weight of its military or the strength of its research universities or the size of its population, but by looking at what it loves in common. To assess a nation, you look at the health and strength of its ideals. And there's no question that the common love in America is freedom.
  • There is no fulfillment in things whatsoever. And I think one of the reasons that depression reigns supreme amongst the rich and famous is some of them thought that maybe those things would bring them happiness. But what, in fact, does is having a cause, having a passion. And that's really what gives life's true meaning.
  • I would like to pick Rihanna's brain. I love her style and what she does.