When you are dealing with real life, there is no way to control it.
The problem with modern consumption and mass-produced products is they’re designed to just literally be shoved into our mouths and rushed.
The future of cinema and communications is all about collaboration and the decentralized control of storytelling. We’re all part of the story; we can all contribute and participate.
Once you get into the habit of work, you can be more productive in the things you want to do.
You ask any actor – they’ll tell you they’d rather shoot on location because you don’t have to invent the energy, the energy is there.
I am not an artist except that when I envision a concept, I sometimes indulge it.
In the new music landscape, with is the democratization of the internet and music in general, I think it can be a lot more collaborative.
We can not be naive and think we can go it alone.
I want to show people that environmentalism can be fun!
We can’t be naive and think we can go it alone; we must humble ourselves and commit to routine and collective actions. This is just one reason why I am thrilled to be working with the UN Environment as its Goodwill Ambassador.
That’s what we do on ‘Entourage.’ We embed ourselves in legitimate authentic moments so wherever the action is happening, we’re taking pieces from that red carpet.
Understanding that which is foreign to you is fundamental to cultivating a sense of connection and unity with one another. We are ultimately trying to accomplish the same thing, which is survival and the thriving of a better world.