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Scripts quotes by Richard Ayoade
#1. A writer/director is a tough thing to gauge when someone hasn't directed a movie before. You just don't know. Sometimes it will be a great script that's written beautifully, and then the director who has also written it does not have the facility to translate it. #Quote by Richard Ayoade
Scripts quotes by David Lynch
#2. You get all the puzzle parts together enough to say the puzzle is complete. It's a script. In the process of realizing that, new ideas can come, one way or another. Through a happy accident, they just come to you. #Quote by David Lynch
Scripts quotes by Chris Lilley
#3. When I was in school, I was always writing scripts and dressing up as characters. I'd constantly be that guy who'd get up on stage. I used to write imaginary TV shows, like soap operas, for fun. #Quote by Chris Lilley
Scripts quotes by Daniel Radcliffe
#4. I always feel that if you put me in a room with a director and a writer and let me talk about the script, I can give a good account of myself. #Quote by Daniel Radcliffe
Scripts quotes by Bryan Cranston
#5. I admit, I do a lot of projects, but it's because I'm in a position now where I'm reading a lot more scripts and plays and things, and I'm really listening to offers and trying to think what I want to do at any given time. #Quote by Bryan Cranston
Scripts quotes by Chiwetel Ejiofor
#6. I look at scripts really for whether they can be moving or penetrate some kind of truth. You are constantly chasing that feeling as an actor when every part of a production comes together. #Quote by Chiwetel Ejiofor
Scripts quotes by Joe Dante
#7. There's a way of thinking that comes with being an editor that is incredibly useful on the set. It's not just a vocabulary thing or a right-to-left thing or script supervisor stuff. It's a way of thinking about the film and the shots and the way they fit together, what you need and what you don't need, and what you can get away with if you have to. #Quote by Joe Dante
Scripts quotes by Brian Helgeland
#8. It's always once the script's done in the first two years if it doesn't get going somehow or another, I've never had an old script that someone's made later on. #Quote by Brian Helgeland
Scripts quotes by Nick Harkaway
#9. 'Gone-Away World' was a shotgun blast, an explosion out of the box I'd put myself into writing film scripts. 'Tigerman' is shorter, tighter, more crafted. #Quote by Nick Harkaway
Scripts quotes by Olivia Colman
#10. If the script's good, everything you need is in there. I just try and feel it, and do it honestly. I also don't learn things for auditions, because I feel like it's just a test of memorizing rather than being real. Maybe every other actor would think that was terrible, I don't know. But it seems to have worked for me, so far. #Quote by Olivia Colman
Scripts quotes by Remi Aubuchon
#11. Suddenly, I realized how tough trying to structure a story like this is. It was a lot of work. The one big advantage that we had was that we had eight scripts written before we started shooting, or even started casting. We had a really good opportunity to look at it and figure out where we were going to go and how to do it. Once we got a cast, which I love, then we started doing some revisions to make sure that they fit into it. #Quote by Remi Aubuchon
Scripts quotes by Charles Dance
#12. Because [writers] Dan Weiss and David Benioff have done such a great job in adapting them, that's what we work with. It serves no purpose to anybody for actors to come onto a set with a well-thumbed copy of the source material and start querying why this or that line has been left out of the script. It's probably been left out for a good reason. #Quote by Charles Dance
Scripts quotes by Ruth Buzzi
#13. I created the characters from what I read in the script. I decided how I should talk, accent, no accent, my own voice, or a created voice. Then, I visualize what I should look like. #Quote by Ruth Buzzi
Scripts quotes by Annette O'Toole
#14. I don't want this big stardom thing. I just want a good script. #Quote by Annette O'Toole
Scripts quotes by Jason Reitman
#15. I'd done table reads for my own screenplays, and I always thought they were so much fun. Why couldn't we do these for other classic screenplays and bring them to life? You can experience live theater, where you get to see plays produced by different directors and different casts, but there's really nothing like that for movie scripts. #Quote by Jason Reitman
Scripts quotes by Richard Benjamin
#16. If I were an immigrant Latino not born in the US, I could not have written Searching for Whitopia: An Improbably Journey to the Heart of America book. And that is because many of the Whitopians would not have been comfortable talking about their views on immigration, talking about their views on taxes. And they wouldn't have spilled to me the new script on race and poverty as they did. #Quote by Richard Benjamin
Scripts quotes by Jeff Goldblum
#17. In fact you can begin to discover and investigate whether you are an actor or not, whether you're in my view, qualified for a life in this profession or in this endeavor by checking yourself out and acting every day, getting plays and scripts and getting together with people and divvying up the parts and acting in one way or another, or writing things. #Quote by Jeff Goldblum
Scripts quotes by Hector Elizondo
#18. You can trust a Neil Simon script. Every dot. Every dash; that pause means something. He takes all the jokes out, practically. #Quote by Hector Elizondo
Scripts quotes by Cameron Crowe
#19. What you believe one day isn't what you believe the next day and I think every writer secretly believes that they may never be able to do write good song or script again, but they can. #Quote by Cameron Crowe
Scripts quotes by Debra Winger
#20. I had a very insightful friend who warned me back when I stopped reading scripts, 'It's easier to change directions while you're still moving.' If you stop, it's harder to get started again. I still don't think I made the wrong decision, but he was right. #Quote by Debra Winger
Scripts quotes by Allison Anders
#21. During the '90s, a lot of us in the indie film world were not making our money off our movies. We were screenwriters doing scripts for hire for studios. #Quote by Allison Anders
Scripts quotes by Vanessa Ferlito
#22. I always get scared. I can't read scripts. I'm scared, scary movies and stuff. #Quote by Vanessa Ferlito
Scripts quotes by Kevin Whately
#23. With all the lines I have to learn for TV scripts, I don't think I have any problems with forgetfulness - that's brain exercise enough for me. #Quote by Kevin Whately
Scripts quotes by Angelina Jolie
#24. I'm terrible at reading scripts. I love to read, and I hate reading scripts. #Quote by Angelina Jolie
Scripts quotes by Stephen Covey
#25. I'm convinced that we can write and live our own scripts more than most people will acknowledge. I also know the price that must be paid. It's a real struggle to do it. It requires visualization and affirmation. It involves living a life of integrity, starting with making and keeping promises, until the whole human personality the senses, the thinking, the feeling, and the intuition are ultimately integrated and harmonized. #Quote by Stephen Covey
Scripts quotes by Mike Birbiglia
#26. The Hollywood model is to develop scripts for 10 years, sell them, transfer them, attach this actor, then attach a director. This isn't what I'm about. I'm much more of a creator and a doer. #Quote by Mike Birbiglia
Scripts quotes by Kristen Stewart
#27. Females want other females to be really strong, so there are a whole lot of scripts that are basically just male parts renamed as a girl. #Quote by Kristen Stewart
Scripts quotes by Kilroy J. Oldster
#28. Every person is the master of his or her own destiny. What we think about alters our character. Our character organizes our personality, and our personality scripts how successfully we interact with other people and respond to a changing environment. #Quote by Kilroy J. Oldster
Scripts quotes by Carol O'Connell
#29. In my view, madness is a place. You go. You come back. And I think we all take turns being the mental patient. Without a touch of crazy, literature can be a desolate place. In the current climate of careful speech, even fearful speech, smoke-free film scripts, thought-free songs, and child-proof locks on American minds, the oft-repeated lament of the arts is "Where have all those wonderful madmen gone?" #Quote by Carol O'Connell
Scripts quotes by William Monahan
#30. I don't like scripts leaking. On the other hand, the more real attention a script gets, the better. #Quote by William Monahan
Scripts quotes by Paul Bettany
#31. I do feel that scripts get developed now to a point where they're sort of actor-proof. If the actor is not very good, the narrative still survives because it's all in the dialogue. Not to say there aren't great performances in English-language films, because there are every year, but the 1970s were awash with great performances, and I was wondering whether it had to do with the amount of space and the amount of responsibility given to the actors. #Quote by Paul Bettany
Scripts quotes by Rian Johnson
#32. I mean, the first 'Back to the Future' is kind of a perfect script, I think, in terms of handling time travel the best. It depends on your definition. To me, that means it effectively uses it in the story. #Quote by Rian Johnson
Scripts quotes by Joel Kinnaman
#33. In most scripts, one or two characters have a lot of colors. #Quote by Joel Kinnaman
Scripts quotes by Jeremy Northam
#34. I'm just a hired actor who was hired for a particular job, but I think one of the joys of reading the script was the way that the personal and the global are woven together. #Quote by Jeremy Northam
Scripts quotes by Om Puri
#35. What Bollywood lacks is scripts. A lot of the films are copies of western films. #Quote by Om Puri
Scripts quotes by Matthew Davis
#36. Not knowing what's happening, from script to script, as an actor and as a character, lends itself to the same tension and anxiety of not knowing what's happening. #Quote by Matthew Davis
Scripts quotes by Jaimie Alexander
#37. I'm probably one of the worst actors as far as preparation goes, because I actually don't prepare. I find it easier to read the script and whatever hits me in my stomach, like deep down, I just go with it. And the director kind of molds me whether to go right or left with it. #Quote by Jaimie Alexander
Scripts quotes by Jennifer Lawrence
#38. Sometimes I watch films that I can't believe got made. Especially because I read scripts that are truly incredible, that will never get made. I don't know who is behind those decisions. It's like you just have to doodle something on a page about the underdog who finally gets the girl and the film gets made. #Quote by Jennifer Lawrence
Scripts quotes by Karen Marie Moning
#39. As she lifted the glittering strand of diamonds from the box, a small slip of paper fell out. She caught it as it wafted toward the floor. Four words in ancient script, an arrogantly slanted scrawl.
Accept these, accept me.
Well, she thought, blinking, that was
certainly direct and to the point.
-Adam's note to Gabrielle #Quote by Karen Marie Moning
Scripts quotes by Chiwetel Ejiofor
#40. I feel that I don't have to wait around for good scripts anymore, that I can get things moving more quickly. I can ring up directors I like and say I'm keen to work with them, which is pretty great. #Quote by Chiwetel Ejiofor
Scripts quotes by Miranda Otto
#41. If there is a book that the script came from you have to read it, you have to see what you can get out of it: mood, back story and things that may not even be in the film. They kick off your imagination and broaden the character, I think. #Quote by Miranda Otto
Scripts quotes by Betty White
#42. I'm blessed with learning easily. I've always had a good thing about memorizing quickly, and I just leave the script kind of open somewhere, and as I walk by I'll just take a swipe at it and then go on about my business and pretty soon it sticks. #Quote by Betty White
Scripts quotes by Stephen Tobolowsky
#43. I would not have so many scripts being driven by demographics. The play's the thing - not the 18-35 year old male age group. #Quote by Stephen Tobolowsky
Scripts quotes by Stephen Colbert
#44. You are about to start the greatest improvisation of all. With no script. No idea what's going to happen, often with people and places you have never seen before. And you are not in control. So say 'yes.' And if you're lucky, you'll find people who will say 'yes' back. #Quote by Stephen Colbert
Scripts quotes by Kerry Washington
#45. When you leave here today and commence the next stage of your life, you can follow someone else's script, try to make choices that will make other people happy, avoid discomfort, do what is expected, and copy the status quo. Or you can look at all that you have accomplished today and use it as fuel to venture forth and write your own story. If you do, amazing things will take shape. #Quote by Kerry Washington
Scripts quotes by Richard Ayoade
#46. I only ever privately tell people stuff for the scene. And I often ask what they feel is right. Normally, by the time that we're filming, if it doesn't work, it always the script. #Quote by Richard Ayoade
Scripts quotes by Naomie Harris
#47. Mom's a writer, so I grew up reading scripts and I have a real respect for them and I know how much thought goes into creating a role, so I'm always interested to find out what was the thought process of the writer and how best can I convey it rather than trying to change it to suit myself. #Quote by Naomie Harris
Scripts quotes by Justin Theroux
#48. I haven't had a chance to pick up a good book in a long time, because I've been either reading scripts or learning them or writing them. And so, by the time the day is done, I usually just want to click on The Bachelor and fall asleep. But I gravitate toward biographies and things like that. #Quote by Justin Theroux
Scripts quotes by John Ridley
#49. My kids will find me walking around the house talking to myself and think I'm going crazy. I like to read the scripts out loud and really get the rhythm for the dialogue. #Quote by John Ridley
Scripts quotes by Mark Strickson
#50. There are three things that are important for a film. Number one is story, number two is story, number three is story. Good actors can save a bad script and make it bearable, but good actors can't make a bad script good - they can just make it bearable. #Quote by Mark Strickson
Scripts quotes by William Monahan
#51. I think that scripts should be published, but they are published, really, because when you're a screenwriter, your stuff ends up in samizdat form on thousands and thousands of desks and shelves across the industry. #Quote by William Monahan
Scripts quotes by Michael Chabon
#52. What's going to be hard for me is to try to divorce myself as much as possible from what I wrote. I'll have to approach it simply as raw material and try to craft a film script out of it. #Quote by Michael Chabon
Scripts quotes by Sarah Dessen
#53. I think part of the problem sometimes is that there's so much happening in my books, to whittle it down into a single script is hard. #Quote by Sarah Dessen
Scripts quotes by Jeff Bridges
#54. My m.o. as far as choosing projects is I really try not to work. I try to not do the scripts that are offered me. #Quote by Jeff Bridges
Scripts quotes by Jack O'Connell
#55. Reading scripts is actually quite a relaxing part of the job. Strangely relaxing. This is a whole different ball game. #Quote by Jack O'Connell
Scripts quotes by Melissa McBride
#56. If there's something really, really bothering me about a script, then I'll say something, but otherwise I find my answers in the script. #Quote by Melissa McBride
Scripts quotes by Chris Henchy
#57. It's hard to get a great idea sometimes. When you get a good one and you have a good script, you want to keep shepherding it to make it happen. #Quote by Chris Henchy
Scripts quotes by Jose Padilha
#58. You're looking for the best way of shooting it, but sometimes the best way of shooting it is changing the script. #Quote by Jose Padilha
Scripts quotes by Harvey Keitel
#59. Well, it's such an intricate, beautiful script about eight professional robbers pulling a heist, and it deals with elements of betrayal, trust, instinct, and need for relationships. #Quote by Harvey Keitel
Scripts quotes by Todd Phillips
#60. I remember that when I got to NYU, everyone was writing scripts. But I was 18 at the time, and when you write a script, so much of it is about what you pull from life, and this sounds sort of cheesy, but I felt like I didn't have enough life experience at that point to write a movie. #Quote by Todd Phillips
Scripts quotes by Stanley Tucci
#61. Whatever the best scripts are and you just want to play roles that you can really sink your teeth into. That's always the goal no matter if it's a good guy or a bad guy, or a comedy, or a drama. It doesn't matter, you just want something that's substantial you can sink your teeth into and that you haven't done before, something that's really going to challenge you. #Quote by Stanley Tucci
Scripts quotes by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
#62. Sometimes reading scripts is terrible. #Quote by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Scripts quotes by Harvey Pekar
#63. I write scripts in storyboard fashion using stick figures, and thought balloons and word balloons and captions. Then I'll write descriptions of what scenes should look like and turn it over to the artist. #Quote by Harvey Pekar
Scripts quotes by Mel Brooks
#64. When I'm writing a script, I don't worry about plot as much as I do about people. I get to know the main characters - what they need, what they want, what they should do. That's what gets the story going. You can't just have action, you've got to find out what the characters want. And then they must grow, they must go somewhere. #Quote by Mel Brooks
Scripts quotes by Jake Schreier
#65. When you are shooting with a robot you can't improvise. You can't really ... the script is kind of the script. #Quote by Jake Schreier
Scripts quotes by Don Hertzfeldt
#66. You have to leave the window open for better classeas to come along as you go. You can't grow too proud of your script. You have to let the thing shape itself. It guarantees the best classeas will always be used and it also keeps you from going braindead. If you grow bored and uninspired working on something, the audience will be able to tell. #Quote by Don Hertzfeldt
Scripts quotes by Sydney Pollack
#67. When you work without a script, you are in a sense working in a much more improvisational way than when you are prepared totally. #Quote by Sydney Pollack
Scripts quotes by Shirley Henderson
#68. American scripts are usually non-stop conversation. People talking over each other. I like that. #Quote by Shirley Henderson
Scripts quotes by Neve Campbell
#69. I find the most interesting and most daring scripts tend to be for independent films. #Quote by Neve Campbell
Scripts quotes by Luke Evans
#70. I felt alive when I read a script and acted out a scene, or sang a song. It was my dream. I'm just very lucky that I'm still doing it and able to earn a living from it. #Quote by Luke Evans
Scripts quotes by Kim Smith
#71. I'm still reading some scripts and I model as well, so I'm still doing that. But I don't want to do like just anything so we're being really selective about the stuff I'll do. #Quote by Kim Smith
Scripts quotes by Peter Capaldi
#72. I was just interested in directing. So I just kept having a go at trying to write little scripts and get things together, and my wife just had a slip of the tongue and said, "Franz Kafka's It's A Wonderful Life" when she meant to say "Frank Capra's." There it is right there. That's a gag that we could make into something. #Quote by Peter Capaldi
Scripts quotes by Holt McCallany
#73. Not all television scripts are created equal. And the process is ridiculous. They send you a script and want you in the next morning. That's not how acting works. You can do anything to me as an actor; I'm a very resilient guy. Just don't rush me. If you ask me to do it immediately with no time to prepare, I know you have contempt for actors. #Quote by Holt McCallany
Scripts quotes by Christopher McQuarrie
#74. Scripts don't get movies made. #Quote by Christopher McQuarrie
Scripts quotes by Tara Strong
#75. We all sit in front of our mics and our scripts lay on music stands. Then the silliness begins! #Quote by Tara Strong
Scripts quotes by Alan Sepinwall
#76. Milch had a bigger cast, a bigger set (on the Melody Ranch studio, where Gene Autry had filmed very different Westerns decades earlier), and more creative freedom than he'd ever had before. There were no advertisers to answer to, and HBO was far more hands-off than the executives at NBC or ABC had been. And as a result, there was even less pretense of planning than there had been on NYPD Blue, and more improvisation. There were scripts for the first four episodes of Season 1, and after that, most of the series was written on the fly, with the cast and crew often not learning what they would be doing until the day before (if that). As Jody Worth recalls, the Deadwood writers would gather each morning for a long conversation: "We would talk about where we were going in the episode, and a lot of talk that had nothing to do with anything, a lot of Professor Milch talk, all over the map talk, which I enjoyed." Out of those daily conversations came the decisions on what scenes to write that day, to be filmed the day after. There was no system to it, no order, and the actors would be given scenes completely out of context from the rest of the episode. #Quote by Alan Sepinwall
Scripts quotes by Emraan Hashmi
#77. I used to do films for money earlier. I never knew what perception meant. I didn't give too much attention to scripts. It was either to buy a house or to buy a car. There was a certain frivolity to the way I used to pick up things. I wasn't taking my career seriously. #Quote by Emraan Hashmi
Scripts quotes by Azealia Banks
#78. The beats are like scripts, and the raps are my monologue. #Quote by Azealia Banks
Scripts quotes by Russell T. Davies
#79. Steven wrote to me today, saying, 'Don't you feel like sticking your head out of the window and yelling, "I DON'T KNOW WHAT I'M DOING!!!"' Yes, absolutely. Solidarity. Fear is always the same. Different worries with different scripts, but the same baseline fear. #Quote by Russell T. Davies
Scripts quotes by John Waters
#80. I have no interest in ever making a movie I didn't write. If they were going to take my house away, then I guess I might have to. But my agent knows not to even bother sending me the scripts. #Quote by John Waters
Scripts quotes by Jessica Walter
#81. When I read a script, I have to see the funny, and if I can see it's funny, it helps me to be able to transmit that. #Quote by Jessica Walter
Scripts quotes by Aaron Sorkin
#82. When I create a TV show, it's so that I can write it. I'm not an empire builder; my writing staff is usually a combination of two kinds of people - experts in the world the show is set in, and young writers who will not be unhappy if they're not writing scripts. #Quote by Aaron Sorkin
Scripts quotes by Joe Pantoliano
#83. When I got the script for Memento, I read it and I got killed off on page one and I fired my agent. #Quote by Joe Pantoliano
Scripts quotes by Leslie Jamison
#84. One definition of living might be the perpetual swapping of story lines. We trade in the scripts we've written for ourselves and get our real lives in return. #Quote by Leslie Jamison
Scripts quotes by Courtney Solomon
#85. Well Getaway was a script that was submitted to us for production and I read it and thought it would be a cool movie to make. #Quote by Courtney Solomon
Scripts quotes by Hume Cronyn
#86. I try to read everything that's sent me - play scripts, movie scripts - but I've had to make a rule. If the author hasn't grabbed me by Page 25, the piece goes back with a note of apology. #Quote by Hume Cronyn
Scripts quotes by Billy Boyd
#87. I really like acting but, just now, the more I read a script I find myself thinking I'd like to direct rather than act. #Quote by Billy Boyd
Scripts quotes by Gugu Mbatha-Raw
#88. I don't really want to just play the girlfriend or the love interest. I get so many scripts like that, and - not to moan, because I'm really fortunate - but I just look at those scripts, and my heart sinks a little bit because I think there's so much more to us than that. #Quote by Gugu Mbatha-Raw
Scripts quotes by Michael Ealy
#89. If I feel like it's a well-written script and if it speaks to me, it's something I want to do. I usually rely on my instincts when it comes to a script. #Quote by Michael Ealy
Scripts quotes by Naomi Scott
#90. Within a few weeks of coming back from filming 'Lemonade Mouth,' I got these scripts, and 'Terra Nova' was the one that stuck out. I was like, 'Oh my gosh'. #Quote by Naomi Scott
Scripts quotes by Penelope Cruz
#91. When I was 16, I got 'Jamon, Jamon.' Of course, I had to lie about my age. And I had to lie to my parents about the content of the script. #Quote by Penelope Cruz
Scripts quotes by Jennifer Lawrence
#92. Acting, films, scripts, is literally the only thing I'm 100 percent confident in. I know what I'm doing. I just understand it, and I love it. When I'm on set, that's when I feel the most at home and in control. #Quote by Jennifer Lawrence
Scripts quotes by Tony Scott
#93. There's one great script that hit my desk that I didn't change at all, and that was True Romance. #Quote by Tony Scott
Scripts quotes by Alison Pill
#94. I find that a lot of my best character stuff and ideas come unwittingly from novels. In scripts, it's a lot about the outward signs of whatever's happening - you have the end result. Whereas in a novel you get a buildup of the whys and wherefores, and you're let into the backstory. #Quote by Alison Pill
Scripts quotes by Cobie Smulders
#95. I've read a lot of scripts and I'm really luck to be able to play a woman who's funny and can be charming and has a mischievous side to her as well. I'm really lucky. #Quote by Cobie Smulders
Scripts quotes by Chris Albrecht
#96. The scripts for Marco Polo are absolutely, positively fantastic. The challenge of making that show in China has proved to be as formidable as we feared. It's not like making a movie in China where, once you load up and you leave, you're gone. We have to be able to come back and capture something that's going to feel like a major feature film, on a television budget, and do it, hopefully season after season, so we are taking more time than the producers thought. #Quote by Chris Albrecht
Scripts quotes by Christian Bale
#97. I ain't the first on the list that people are sending scripts to. I'm very lucky. I've managed to put myself in the position with some directors, who will be calling me directly, and we're working on things and talking about things, but that's on a purely creative level. #Quote by Christian Bale
Scripts quotes by Todd Haynes
#98. I sort of have a dog-minded single strategy but I am a little more open to stuff that's out there, now and looking at scripts in the world and seeing if something that already exists can spark my interest and my curiosity. #Quote by Todd Haynes
Scripts quotes by Manuel Puig
#99. I believe realism is nothing but an analysis of reality. Film scripts have a synthetical constitution. #Quote by Manuel Puig
Scripts quotes by Laura Prepon
#100. I've never played a manipulative, drug-smuggling lesbian before. For me, it's pushing me in an area that's great. There are days when I'd read the script and I'd be like, "Oh, God, I can't believe I have to do that." #Quote by Laura Prepon
Scripts quotes by Hulk Hogan
#101. I quit doing the movies because the wrestling was going so good and was so on fire during the '80s and '90s, but I was getting all these movie scripts. #Quote by Hulk Hogan
Scripts quotes by Juliet Marillier
#102. How could you not know?" His voice was full of wonderment. "You changed me utterly. You were like a ... like a bright, wonderful bloom in a garden full of weeds. Like a graceful capital on a page of plain script, a letter decorated with the deepest, finest colors in all Erin. Like a flame, Caitrin. Like a song. #Quote by Juliet Marillier
Scripts quotes by Jack Nicholson
#103. I look for a director with a script he likes a lot, but I'm probably after the directors more than anything. #Quote by Jack Nicholson
Scripts quotes by Tom Cruise
#104. I enjoy working with writers and their scripts. It's very exciting to me. Eventually I would like to produce, direct and act onstage, but it's not a heavy pressure. When I do it, I want to do it well. I'm just educating myself with writers and scripts, because I didn't read a lot of books when I was growing up. #Quote by Tom Cruise
Scripts quotes by Graham King
#105. It [moviemaking] is not really done on a yearly basis. It's about how the material, and when the material comes in. If you develop your material and the script comes in great and you can attach a director and a cast and go off and make it, then I could make, I don't know, six [movies] a year. Or I could make one. It really depends. #Quote by Graham King
Scripts quotes by Holt McCallany
#106. As an actor, you very rarely have the experience of picking up a script and getting a few pages into it and realizing that what you're holding in your hands is not just a role on a TV show, but it's one of those special parts that comes along, once or twice in a career. If you're lucky, you get an opportunity to do something really memorable and to be part of one of those rare shows that passes into that special category. #Quote by Holt McCallany
Scripts quotes by Darren Boyd
#107. I most enjoyed doing 'Whites,' a show BBC2 cancelled after one series. It had some beautiful, witty, charming scripts and was one of the most positive ensemble pieces I've done. I thought the end result was really special. I'm still confused about why it didn't last longer. #Quote by Darren Boyd
Scripts quotes by Alfred Hitchcock
#108. When an actor comes to me and wants to discuss his character, I say, 'It's in the script.' If he says, 'But what's my motivation?, ' I say, 'Your salary.' #Quote by Alfred Hitchcock
Scripts quotes by Jordin Sparks
#109. It's funny. When I saw the script in my inbox and it said 'Sparkle,' I thought, 'For real? It's really called 'Sparkle?' I was wondering, too, how does 'Jordin Sparks as Sparkle' sound? #Quote by Jordin Sparks
Scripts quotes by Christopher Mintz-Plasse
#110. It's always the script first choosing roles. [Then] whoever else is attached. I never like to be the first person attached, because I don't really trust what's going on, unless there's a really good director. #Quote by Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Scripts quotes by Lisa Cholodenko
#111. I have enjoyed writing my own stuff, and it's been a privilege to be able to scrap some money together to be able to make films from my own scripts. #Quote by Lisa Cholodenko
Scripts quotes by Chris Tucker
#112. I've got a big closet of scripts, and a big stack of scripts on the side of my desk, because you get a whole bunch. Nothing's going to be perfect, and I realize that; but I am a perfectionist, so you go through a lot of stuff. #Quote by Chris Tucker
Scripts quotes by Theodore Sturgeon
#113. But why write such rotten scripts? If what you say is so, everybody's where they want to be, even beggars with sores on their shins and starving children and guys being tortured in jails?" She nodded, watching me. I said, "I can't accept that."
She waited a bit and then almost smiled. "Unacceptable?" She asked softly.
And that rang a bell. "Unacceptable … 'to accept the unacceptable.' You said that, in the seminar. But I can't remember why you said it."
"Yes you can," she said, and waited. I drew a total blank this time, and I guess she knew it, because she gave me a nudge: "You say you don't belong here. Is 'here' - unacceptable?"
"Yes," I said without hesitation. "Then," she asked, "why did you write this script?" "You mean - the me out there?" She nodded. I thought about that, and then mumbled, "I put it down to - curiosity? That's all. I mean, throwing yourself into imperfect places, into pain and disappointment and well, the unacceptable - it just doesn't make sense."
"It doesn't?"
"It sure doesn't … unless …" I felt my eyes get big. "Unless those, uh, entities want to do what you said - to learn to accept the unacceptable. Even if they have to create it. That doesn't make sense."
"It doesn't? Suppose they can't go on unless they learn that."
"Go on? Go on where?" She shrugs. "Everything living has to go on. Seed to shrub, shrub to tree, egg to bird."
"You mean - evolve. They have to learn to accept the unacceptable in order t #Quote by Theodore Sturgeon
Scripts quotes by Shailene Woodley
#114. I really respond to human scripts, scripts that are raw and real and risky. I love playing scary characters - not horror film scary, but vulnerable scary. #Quote by Shailene Woodley
Scripts quotes by Lorene Scafaria
#115. I liked to think I had written 'scripts' when I was in high school, but looking back at them, they were about thirty pages of wannabe-Mamet dialogue with a staple through them. #Quote by Lorene Scafaria
Scripts quotes by Gene Healy
#116. Yet, despite the snappy repartee and often-witty scripts, West Wing was a remarkably silly program. Has there ever been a group of real White House staffers as admirable and lovable as the West Wing ensemble, that selfless, high-minded, public-spirited, fundamentally decent pack of . . . political operators? Sorkin's White House existed in a Bizarro World where the Oval Office is apparently devoid of office politics. Fans of the show never saw the sort of infighting, backstabbing, and jockeying for position that appear in real-world accounts of White House life, like George Reedy's Twilight of the Presidency and John Dean's Blind Ambition. #Quote by Gene Healy
Scripts quotes by Steve Coogan
#117. I use improvisation as a writing tool to help produce material that goes into a script, but a well-crafted script shouldn't sound scripted, and oftentimes people confuse something that looks like improvisation for what is actually a very well-written script that is well-acted. #Quote by Steve Coogan
Scripts quotes by Paul Mazursky
#118. I wish in my own mind I were more definite - that I was absolutely convinced I'd never direct someone else's script, but I keep reading scripts, because I might find something. #Quote by Paul Mazursky
Scripts quotes by Deepa Mehta
#119. Once the script is done, I put it aside for a month. I start thinking of all the films that have influenced me, which I have liked for different reasons, and not necessarily the look, but films that have moved me. Some very strange films came to mind. #Quote by Deepa Mehta
Scripts quotes by Joseph Kosinski
#120. But the script's got to be at a level that makes it worth going back for, because it's a lot of work to make a movie like this and it's a multi-year project. So we've got our writer Jesse Wigutow on it right now writing, and fingers crossed if it all comes together, as we hope it will, there could be another Tron in the next few years, and it's going to be awesome. #Quote by Joseph Kosinski
Scripts quotes by Bing Crosby
#121. If I made a mistake in singing a song or in the script, I could have some fun with it, then retain any of the fun that sounded amusing. #Quote by Bing Crosby
Scripts quotes by Russell T. Davies
#122. Fun, that's the word I keep on using. That's the word I worry about when other writer's scripts get too dark. Optimistic. Fun. And to be optimistic and have fun there's got to be a darkness there. I think that's a very British attitude. #Quote by Russell T. Davies
Scripts quotes by Peter Dinklage
#123. Writing is getting killed by too many chefs. Back in the Bogart days, it started with great scripts. You had a writer, and he wrote a script, and that was your movie. I think that's been watered down a bit lately. #Quote by Peter Dinklage
Scripts quotes by Eli Wallach
#124. In the book, I tell the story of seeing old movies when I was young and acting out scenes at home. Now I get scripts, and I act them out. #Quote by Eli Wallach
Scripts quotes by Don Cheadle
#125. I hate it when, by page 30, I know what the lead's going to do and then what the bad guy's gonna do. Mostly it's just scripts by the numbers where nothing's surprising, nothing's interesting. #Quote by Don Cheadle
Scripts quotes by Joss Whedon
#126. When Roseanne read the first script of mine that got into her hands without being edited by someone else she said, 'How can you write a middle-aged woman this well?' I said, 'If you met my mom you wouldn't ask'. #Quote by Joss Whedon
Scripts quotes by Robert Pattinson
#127. I don't know, just scripts randomly appeal to me. I'm not looking specifically at any genre. #Quote by Robert Pattinson
Scripts quotes by Tom Baker
#128. I really think that reading a whole script is kind of prying and neurotic, don't you? #Quote by Tom Baker
Scripts quotes by Gillian Anderson
#129. In retrospect, I think that I've been given quite a few scripts over the years that had dark elements to them but most of them took place in the countryside with a haunted house. I think I've probably had that script about six to 10 times over the past few years. Or it was something to do with the supernatural. #Quote by Gillian Anderson
Scripts quotes by Kelli O'Hara
#130. When doing a revival, you have a lot of people asking you questions about someone who played it before, and to me that's neither here nor there - it has no bearing on the material that I have to use. The material that is written down in a score and script that the writers originally used is what I use. #Quote by Kelli O'Hara
Scripts quotes by Taraji P. Henson
#131. With TV, the pace is so fast, the scripts are coming at you, the directors are firing things at you, it's breathtaking. #Quote by Taraji P. Henson
Scripts quotes by Gene Wilder
#132. Lots of things are hard work, but I think writing, for me, after I started acting at 13 years old. I like writing now much more than I do acting only because, well, partly because the scripts that are offered are junk. #Quote by Gene Wilder
Scripts quotes by Cary Fukunaga
#133. When I see an image in my head that compels me, where there's this mystery about what's going to happen next or could happen next, I'll be intrigued. There are so many scripts that you read, and you know exactly what's going to happen, and there aren't too many where you can't tell within the first 20 pages where it's going. #Quote by Cary Fukunaga
Scripts quotes by Sherwood Schwartz
#134. I was creator and executive producer of 'The Brady Bunch' on TV. The stage version was done by others, but it was a repeat of the old scripts. The 'Gilligan' musical is a completely original work with all seven characters and 18 original songs. #Quote by Sherwood Schwartz
Scripts quotes by Thelma Schoonmaker
#135. I read the script just once, and then forget it.I just deal with what I see every day on the screen and whetherI believe it and understand it. #Quote by Thelma Schoonmaker
Scripts quotes by Asa Butterfield
#136. When you really want a role and you really want a character, you become quite close to the script and the project, and it is sad when it doesn't go your way. But I've found there's always another one, which will be as good if not better. You can't let your failures bring you down when you're an actor, because then you can't get up. #Quote by Asa Butterfield
Scripts quotes by Alfred Hitchcock
#137. To make a great film you need three things - the script, the script and the script. #Quote by Alfred Hitchcock
Scripts quotes by David Tennant
#138. When you're playing a real person, there's a balance between playing the person in the script and playing the person as he was in life. You have to be respectful and true to who that person was, but at the same time tell the story in the film. #Quote by David Tennant
Scripts quotes by Matt Damon
#139. I love shooting, when the character is interesting and the script is interesting, but the research beforehand is really fun. The whole process makes me anxious and restless, and I have trouble sleeping, just trying to figure out the character. #Quote by Matt Damon
Scripts quotes by Colm Meaney
#140. I love doing comedy. You don't get many good comedy scripts. They're rare. But, I do love playing comedy. Even in drama, I like to try to find the humor because I think it's very human. #Quote by Colm Meaney
Scripts quotes by Miranda Otto
#141. Some scripts you read and say, 'I've just got to do this' and you find a way of making it work. Some things you turn down because of the impact on family. #Quote by Miranda Otto
Scripts quotes by Rich Sommer
#142. Frankly, as much as I love to improvise, it hasn't been difficult to stick to the script on 'Mad Men.' The writing is so precise, and the story so carefully crafted, that I don't think there's room - or need - for ad libbing. I could never come up with dialogue as lovely as these writers do, anyway. #Quote by Rich Sommer
Scripts quotes by Kevin Richardson
#143. I have been reading scripts, going to auditions and looking for the right opportunities. #Quote by Kevin Richardson
Scripts quotes by Santiago Cabrera
#144. My English teacher always gave me scripts for plays, but I was into sports. My friend said there were small parts I could go up for, but the director gave me the part of Mozart, which was kind of the lead role. From then on I just loved it. #Quote by Santiago Cabrera
Scripts quotes by Gillian Alexy
#145. 'West' is one of those scripts that, when it came out, everyone wanted a piece of it and everyone wanted to be involved in it. #Quote by Gillian Alexy
Scripts quotes by Jason Segel
#146. I was a huge Muppet fan growing up. I want to bring it back to the early '80s Muppet movies, when the scripts could have been performed by humans. #Quote by Jason Segel
Scripts quotes by Rich Sommer
#147. Improv definitely made me a better auditioner, without a doubt. We did do an audition semester in grad school, and that was helpful for those times that you have a script and you have a few days to prepare it, to really work on sides. But the auditions I was doing in New York, if you got it the night before, you were very lucky. #Quote by Rich Sommer
Scripts quotes by Jeremy Sisto
#148. In 'Law & Order,' your main job is to stay out of the way of the plot. On another show you'd receive your script and see stuff that seems challenging and feel excited that the writers thought highly enough of you to write it for you. #Quote by Jeremy Sisto
Scripts quotes by Jacques Rivette
#149. I reject the word 'script' entirely-at any rate in the usual sense. I prefer the old usage-usually scenario-which it had in the Commedia dell'Arte, meaning an outline or scheme: it implies a dynamism, a number of ideas and principles from which one can set out to find the best possible approach to filming. #Quote by Jacques Rivette
Scripts quotes by Duane Swierczynski
#150. Comic scripts are full-on collaborations, not only with your artist, but your editors and colorists and letterers and PR folks, etc. Writing comics reminds me of my days as a journalist, working on a staff of fun, smart people. #Quote by Duane Swierczynski
Scripts quotes by Al Pacino
#151. Responsibilities are relative. My responsibility is to a character in a script, to a part I'm playing. #Quote by Al Pacino
Scripts quotes by Michael Mann
#152. 'Police Story' had some of the best writing on television, and one reason for that is because most of the scripts were based on real cases. #Quote by Michael Mann
Scripts quotes by Marjane Satrapi
#153. I wrote the plot [for the Persepolis ]and Vincent [Paronnaud] and I wrote and discussed the shooting of the script. Vincent then took care of the production design, the actual shooting, and what was going on within each scene. It's very difficult, though, to draw a line between who did what. Because Vincent would say something, and I would add something, and at the end you have this film, yet no clear idea of who did what. #Quote by Marjane Satrapi
Scripts quotes by Robert Redford
#154. Lastly get emotionally connected to your story so you can deliver it, you know, if you can't deliver the emotions to your script there's no point to your story. Story is the key. #Quote by Robert Redford
Scripts quotes by Dougray Scott
#155. I got involved in script development from the beginning. It was nice to see how a film gets made right from the beginning. It was quite hands-on for me. #Quote by Dougray Scott
Scripts quotes by Mark Batterson
#156. Prayers are prophecies. They are the best predictors of your spiritual future. Who you become is determined by how you pray. Ultimately, the transcript of your prayers becomes the script of your life. #Quote by Mark Batterson
Scripts quotes by Preity Zinta
#157. Just like a script, you need to keep a business plan to yourself. #Quote by Preity Zinta
Scripts quotes by J. Michael Straczynski
#158. I don't start writing a script until I can see it all in my head, then it's a matter of getting it down in white heat. #Quote by J. Michael Straczynski
Scripts quotes by Nick Frost
#159. My scripts are always heavily noted. If I can take a director to one side and say, "Do you mind if we try this?," a few days before, that's usually a better way of doing it then on the day. #Quote by Nick Frost
Scripts quotes by Richard Stanley
#160. 'Hardware' came about because I had written quite a few scripts and hadn't had any luck getting them made. #Quote by Richard Stanley
Scripts quotes by Radha Mitchell
#161. Well, obviously I was excited by the idea that Woody Allen was going to direct it. But at the same time, the script itself and the character was really interesting. #Quote by Radha Mitchell
Scripts quotes by Ezra Miller
#162. I read a lot of bad scripts and weird television shows. I don't know. There's a lot of work out there I was reading at 14 years old and noticing this lack of thought. And then, reading 'Afterschool,' that's full of thought. It was bursting with ideas. #Quote by Ezra Miller
Scripts quotes by David S.Goyer
#163. I did three or four weeks of work on 'Godzilla;' it wasn't a page-one rewrite or anything like that. The term is 'script doctoring,' is what I did on it. #Quote by David S.Goyer
Scripts quotes by Robert Pattinson
#164. When you read the [Twilight series], it's like saying 'Edward Cullen is so beautiful I creamed myself'. I mean every line is like that. He's the most ridiculous person who's so amazing at everything. I think a lot of actors tried to play that aspect. I just couldn't do it. And the more I read the script, the more I hated this guy, so that's how I played him, as a manic-depressive who hates himself. Plus, he's a 108-year old virgin, so there's clearly some issues there #Quote by Robert Pattinson
Scripts quotes by Ramana Maharshi
#165. We see only the script and not the paper on which the script is written. The paper is there, whether the script is on it or not. To those who look upon the script as real, you have to say that it is unreal - an illusion - since it rests upon the paper. The wise person looks upon both paper and script as one. #Quote by Ramana Maharshi
Scripts quotes by Justin Theroux
#166. I would always choose the script. You get more creative control that way. But, when you're in a situation like this, where everyone is really funny and you really want to do it, that's the chance of a lifetime, so you want to do it. But, a script has longer legs than a performance and, in the end, is more satisfying. It's harder, but it's more satisfying. #Quote by Justin Theroux
Scripts quotes by Morgan Freeman
#167. I always knew that someone was going to come at me with a script to play God. It's just one of those things, the way your career is unfolding and all the talk about gravitas etc etc, so I had a strong feeling that someone was going to offer me the part of God. I was totally prepared to say, 'Thanks but no thanks,' unless it was a comedy. #Quote by Morgan Freeman
Scripts quotes by Eric Idle
#168. I won't read scripts because I have a limited amount of time. Why should I help other people do lame stuff when I can just go out and put on lame stuff of my own? #Quote by Eric Idle
Scripts quotes by Michael Loceff
#169. What happens is that as the scripts are rewritten and re-edited in order to make the story more compelling, you sometimes end up with what you could call a time singularity - where there's no way for everything that happens to happen in real time. It's something that you need to wink at. #Quote by Michael Loceff
Scripts quotes by Betty White
#170. Long ago, I did a five-and-a-half-hour-a-day, six-day-a-week talk show for four years, early on, in Los Angeles - local show. And when you are on that many hours with no script, you know, you get very comfortable, maybe overly comfortable with that small audience. #Quote by Betty White
Scripts quotes by Jessica Valenti
#171. Wanting to be liked means being a supporting character in your own life, using the cues of the actors around you to determine your next line rather than your own script. It means that your self-worth will always be tied to what someone else thinks about you, forever out of your control. #Quote by Jessica Valenti
Scripts quotes by Abel Ferrara
#172. A script is not a piece of literature it's a process. #Quote by Abel Ferrara
Scripts quotes by Karen Walton
#173. The summer gig turned into my day job. I was an arts administrator who helped make indie flicks. At the filmmakers' encouragement, I tried shooting a couple of shorts of my own. Directing was stressful, it was not my strength. But writing the scripts and helping others with their scripts - that was a gas. Making stuff up the way I wanted to see it was the biggest kick I ever experienced. #Quote by Karen Walton
Scripts quotes by Steve Martin
#174. I've been writing for a long time, since the late '60s. But it hasn't been in the same form. I used to write scripts for television. I wrote for my comedy act. Then I wrote screenplays, and then I started writing New Yorker essays, and then I started writing plays. I didn't start writing prose, really, until the New Yorker essays, but they were comic. I didn't start writing prose, really, until the '90s. In my head, there was a link between everything. One thing led to another. #Quote by Steve Martin
Scripts quotes by Joshua Ip
#175. with you, the sense i have lost my place in a book
or simply lost - misplaced the memory
which isn't in the last place where I looked.
a thought that the clouds don't move - that it is we
who thunder past - there it is! an old vacation,
a train ride - sense of immobility.
as sky and forest scroll past in relation,
we are not moved, pretend to love the view,
resort at length to scripted conversation
by a poet-turned-screenwriter who
didn't want this job, career gone grossly wrong
and now drafts action film scripts wholly two-
dimensional unless you choose to don
the 3d glasses that do not stay on - #Quote by Joshua Ip
Scripts quotes by Jessica Brown Findlay
#176. Girls in scripts are often pretty but brainless, or geeky and no one likes them, so it's great to find richer roles. Chalk and cheese aspects of people are very interesting to play. #Quote by Jessica Brown Findlay
Scripts quotes by Jonny Lee Miller
#177. You're always looking for good scripts and when they're not always forthcoming you go mad. #Quote by Jonny Lee Miller
Scripts quotes by Colin Cunningham
#178. I look forward to every script that comes down the pike. #Quote by Colin Cunningham
Scripts quotes by Mindy Nettifee
#179. If a man is only as good as his word,
then I want to marry a man with a vocabulary like yours.
The way you say dicey and delectable and octogenarian
in the same sentence - that really turns me on.
The way you describe the oranges in your backyard
using anarchistic and intimate in the same breath.

I would follow the legato and staccato of your tongue
wrapping around your diction
until listening become more like dreaming
and dreaming became more like kissing you.

I want to jump off the cliff of your voice
into the suicide of your stream of consciousness.
I want to visit the place in your heart where the wrong words die.
I want to map it out with a dictionary and points
of brilliant light until it looks more like a star chart
than a strategy for communication.
I want to see where your words are born.
I want to find a pattern in the astrology.

I want to memorize the scripts of your seductions.
I want to live in the long-winded epics of your disappointments,
in the haiku of your epiphanies.
I want to know all the names you've given your desires.
I want to find my name among them,

'cause there is nothing more wrecking sexy than the right word.
I want to thank whoever told you
there was no such thing as a synonym.
I want to throw a party for the heartbreak
that turned you into a poet.

And if #Quote by Mindy Nettifee
Scripts quotes by Greta Scacchi
#180. Once, I had so many scripts coming to me that I could hardly read them all. #Quote by Greta Scacchi
Scripts quotes by Bob Newhart
#181. I don't have a stack of scripts that, when I get home, studios are clamoring, saying, 'Has Bob read ours yet?' #Quote by Bob Newhart
Scripts quotes by Clark Gregg
#182. I'd be just another Marvel fan, only with a little bit bigger smile, when I would get the script and be like, Oh, my gosh, Agent Coulson knows that? #Quote by Clark Gregg
Scripts quotes by Dan Harmon
#183. There's the same percentage of genius happening in both genders, but there's less women writing scripts and out there looking for the job. #Quote by Dan Harmon
Scripts quotes by Kristen Stewart
#184. One thing that I don't think I do is play characters. Once you start claiming that you can do something that you're not, you're crazy. I think scripts can really surprise you. You go, "Wow, I did not know that that response could come from me. I did not know that I had that in me." And so, the process of making the movie is just finding that and digging a little deeper. #Quote by Kristen Stewart
Scripts quotes by Sherilyn Fenn
#185. Generally, Hollywood makes the same stories over and over. I've never wanted to do the same thing twice. If a script doesn't surprise me in some way, I simply can't commit to the project. #Quote by Sherilyn Fenn
Scripts quotes by John Sayles
#186. To this day, I get rewrite offers where they say: 'We feel this script needs work with character, dialogue, plot and tone,' and when you ask what's left, they say: 'Well, the typing is very good.' #Quote by John Sayles
Scripts quotes by Ellen Page
#187. I didn't even think about it when I read the script and then shooting their movie and someone was like "boy, press is going to be fun". And I didn't really know what they were talking about because to me it's just a film shows it as an extremely viable option which is obviously the most important thing for young individuals. #Quote by Ellen Page
Scripts quotes by Jay Hernandez
#188. Some of the material out there - I don't want to say that it's all bad - but there's a lot of bad stuff out there. You just continue reading scripts, and eventually you find something you connect with. #Quote by Jay Hernandez
Scripts quotes by Tom Baker
#189. I never examined what I did in any great detail because I thought it would spoil things. I never read the scripts at all carefully, and never wanted to know what was going on, because I felt that being a benevolent alien that's the way it should be. #Quote by Tom Baker
Scripts quotes by Pawel Pawlikowski
#190. I never work from the script. I get the script more or less. #Quote by Pawel Pawlikowski
Scripts quotes by Santosh Kalwar
#191. Walking down the path of dreams, inner-self and listening to your heart are all different names given to your hidden scripts. #Quote by Santosh Kalwar
Scripts quotes by Ray Romano
#192. I was at home waiting for projects. I was on Parenthood and there was one season left, and I was thinking, "What's next?" I'm at this age where I'm trying to write my own script, and they sent this over and I decided to put myself on tape. #Quote by Ray Romano
Scripts quotes by Kathryn Hahn
#193. I was on vacation with my family when I got the scripts for 'Wanderlust' and I was trying to work on the audition while I was on vacation. I remember a big gust of wind blew the entire script into the pool, so I had to dry it with a hairdryer. #Quote by Kathryn Hahn
Scripts quotes by Emma Roberts
#194. I've never read a script that I've loved equally and differently to the book. #Quote by Emma Roberts
Scripts quotes by Richard Paul Evans
#195. The more I study history the more I realize how little mankind has changed. There are no new scripts, just different actors. #Quote by Richard Paul Evans
Scripts quotes by Wentworth Miller
#196. I want to aspire to something like what Denzel Washington does, which is try to find scripts written for white actors - or Jodie Foster, who reads scripts for male actors. #Quote by Wentworth Miller
Scripts quotes by Anne Flanagan
#197. I re-traced your footsteps to that miserable little Tibetan monastery. It was hard to get the monks to talk, what with that vow of silence and all – and how do you threaten someone who regards death as a promotion? #Quote by Anne Flanagan
Scripts quotes by Reese Witherspoon
#198. I always let my husband read the script so he knows what's about to happen to his wife. When I played Cheryl Strayed in Wild, I'd get really mad about certain things, I'd say really profound things, and I'd curse out of nowhere. He'd say, "Are you you, or are you Cheryl?" #Quote by Reese Witherspoon
Scripts quotes by Harry Shearer
#199. A movie script more than anything else is a plan of action for the crew. Everybody in the crew looks at the script to see what they're going to do. It has to contain where you are, and how many people are there, and what they do, and what time of day it is, and what time of year it is. #Quote by Harry Shearer
Scripts quotes by Peter Morgan
#200. You don't really work together with Clint Eastwood. I mean, he takes the script and he shoots it - and he shoots it very faithfully. #Quote by Peter Morgan

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