"I'll be the first to admit I have not been as wise with my decision making as I should have been. I wasn't really methodical about, like, 'What is this movie? What are we making here?'"
Take "R.I.P.D.," for example: "Is this a popcorn, bubble-gum romp? Is this a slightly subversive take on zombie culture? It was more like, 'Whoa, cool, Jeff Bridges! And there's some jokes in there that really work for me.'"
“The young guests treat me with great respect,” Larry said. “Rappers love me. I don’t understand it.”
“They love you!” Shawn interjected. “They say ‘Larry’s dope.’ ”
“Why? I don’t understand anything they’re doing. I drive along with my boys, and they listen to rap music, and I say, ‘What are they saying here? I don’t understand.’ They know all the lyrics.”
- University of Southern CaliforniaPrint Journalism, 2004 - 2008
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