Trying to guess what the (mass) audience wants and then trying to satisfy that is usually a bad recipe for getting something good.
You should not do an autobiography if you want to tell the truth. There are a lot of things I know about people. If I can't say something good about a person, I don't want to say anything. And since I don't want to say anything bad, I won't write a book.
It's not about earning a paycheck, it's about doing something good that you believe in.
I know my game is about trying to get past players and I know that if a bad tackle is coming my way, I have to jump or push my body out in front, but this is football. If they try to foul and target me, then I'm doing something good.
Movie directors, or should I say people who create things, are very greedy and they can never be satisfied... That's why they can keep on working. I've been able to work for so long because I think next time, I'll make something good.
I really think that movies are the most popular form of story telling ever and have such a huge impact on culture when they do. So I really want to be a part of those movies that say something good to a lot of people.
We need more participation, so when I see someone like Trump, I go, 'You know something? Good for him'. I may not support him, but let him run.
If somebody comes up and says something good about you, that is never taken as an adhesive thing like something negative about you.
How many stories do you know about people cooped up in places because of deep snowfall? How many stories where something good happens to those people?
When we do something good, people immediately follow it.