The big things I’ve had are things I bought myself.
When you go in and do a cool, small character, it feels less like work and more like fun.
My theory is, independent movies only work if you’re willing to push the material and do something different.
Nobody believes it, but I slept on a futon till I was 13.
My parents were hippies.
I wanted to be a professional baseball player.
I had a very modest upbringing.
Even the great bad guys in cinema history, they’re likable.
I didn’t do the typical things that young kids do.
My mom just understands about stuff. We have a really good trust, and she knows I can take care of myself.
But I’ve consistently worked for 10 years.
Like, they know that I have a habit of rubbing my earlobes, I’ve been doing it since I was two.
I think some people are on a mission to die, and I never was.
I wasn’t ever good enough to be on the baseball team and that sort of stuff.
Even in my darkest times I knew I had a good future ahead of me.