There's got to be something you want to tell and that's the engine which spurs all of the work you have to do in order to create the story, but you have to love some sort of nugget of what you're telling to be a filmmaker.
Personally, I've made myself a very small window of what I enjoy in this business, which is I love being a big part of the storytelling process.
I think if you live in a black-and-white world, you're gonna suffer a lot. I used to be like that. But I don't believe that anymore.
If you're a single man and you happen to be in this business, you're deemed a player. But I don't see myself as a ladies' man.
I was pretty as a child and I felt that I wasn't very manly and that plagued me for years.
If you look at anything, there are always comedic moments.
I remember being away somewhere, and I had forgotten it was Valentine's Day with a person, and that was very embarrassing.
When I'm into a woman, I literally can't stop staring. I'm like a little kid. I become completely entranced.
You can tell if someone's into you. You can feel the chemistry.
Being in 'Us Weekly' does not make you famous.
I think I'm a decent-looking guy. Sometimes I can look great, and other times I look horrifying.
In a relationship you want to treat people the way you want to be treated.
Unfortunately, when someone asks me for a favor, I can't say no. Because of my upbringing - my Catholic guilt - if I don't do it, it plagues me.
Give me an authentic woman, and I'm happy.
I have two beautiful dogs that I cherish.
I just wrapped this movie called 'The Wedding Crashers' which was a pretty big break for me.
I'm a crazy cinephile.
I've never heard of a comedy that hasn't had reshoots, especially for the ending of a movie in a comedy.
If I like a song, I'll just keep playing it, and it never gets old.
Life's complicated and people do things for a lot of reasons.