Women being pitted each other another in Hollywood is an old tactic but it's not real at all.
You know when you don't go on TV and talk about how many women you sleep with some people in Hollywood that are supposedly 'in the know ' start whispering that you're gay. If I were gay I wouldn't be ashamed to admit it but I'm not.
All women in Hollywood are known as sex symbols.
In Hollywood the women are all peaches. It makes one long for an apple occasionally.
'That's What She Said' is not Hollywood's standard picture of women: preternaturally gorgeous wedding obsessed boy crazy fashion focused sexed up 'girl' women. These are real women comically portrayed who are trying to wrestle with the very expectations of womanhood that Hollywood movies set up.
In Hollywood brides keep the bouquets and throw away the groom.
I think Hollywood has a class system. The actors are like the inmates but the truth is they're running the asylum.
In Hollywood you can see things at night that are fast enough to be in the Olympics in the day time.
Most of the offers I get from Hollywood are for teen comedies. My manager thinks I'm crazy for turning down all that money but I'm very picky.
If a movie isn't a hit right out of the gate they drop it. Which means that the whole mainstream Hollywood product has been skewed toward violence and vulgar teen comedy.
Working in Hollywood it's clear the more money you have the more technology you can get. So you can build a whole Japanese set. Only in Hollywood!
I have friends who have a CD mastering plant in Hollywood and they are very sceptical about European record labels' understanding of digital technology.
We cannot escape that Hollywood is in the middle of a wave of technological change. The current angst over all the implications of new entertainment technology is nothing new.
Everyone applauds each other's success in Hollywood because they know how tough it is but it really comes down fundamentally to the process.
Remember I come from such an excessively overdone red-carpet place called Hollywood. So I'm used to people blowing up their success in ways that are far above and beyond the truth.
The ladder of success in Hollywood is usually a press agent actor director producer leading man and you are a star if you sleep with each of them in that order. Crude but true.
I'm a Hollywood writer so I put on my sports jacket and take off my brain.
I'll go out but I leave early before the shenanigans. I don't really do the Hollywood party thing. I'd rather watch sports or play videogames or work out or sleep to be totally honest.
I've been a sports fan all my life and like most other actors I'm convinced I could have been a pro athlete if Hollywood hadn't come calling.
In all of our society but especially in Hollywood there is an obsession with perfection that can lead to self-loathing and neurosis and all that kind of stuff.
Wearing a tuxedo isn't as simple as it sounds. I've been to a lot of award shows in Hollywood over the years and have seen some pretty sad tuxes. It's surprisingly easy to go off the rails.
I don't think Hollywood knows what to do with me. I would imagine that when it comes to romantic comedies my name would be pretty low down on the list.
I've always wanted to work with Blair and finally the timing was right. I have a tremendous amount of respect for him. I think he's a hugely underrated actor in Hollywood.
I try to respect the rules of the silent movies and I tried to make signification to make sense and also the crew were very good and the fact that we shot in LA in the real Hollywood studios and houses. We shot in the bed of Mary Pickford and you cannot be any more accurate than that so that helped a lot.