I really love him. I will love him for the
rest of my life.
I don't regret any of it, and I'm not going
to beat myself
up about it. ... The sad
thing, for me, is the way it's been reduced
to a Hollywood
cliche, or maybe it's just a human cliche.
realized that no matter what I thought
in the past about how I constructed a character,
I needed to know that the outside shell
looked OK. If you're going to be a pirate,
wear an eye patch. The more you inform
yourself and fuel the internal engine that
drives the character, then you get to the
point where you can be standing on a hillside
saying no dialogue but completely communicating
to every person that's watching that film
all of those peaks of desperation, joy,
and acceptance without saying a single word.
cried a lot this year, both in happiness
I cried with happiness over the exciting
things happening in my career.
In a divorce, no matter the relationship,
it's still the death
of something. And you have to mourn it.
You have to go through it, or else it's
unresolved. And then you're like, "Coulda,
shoulda, woulda?" And I like to say,
"I'm going to mourn over it, and it's
never going to come back." Then you
and it's healthy
and human to experience
the whole gamut of them. And it's easier
to feel sadness
especially in a theatre, and even in the
but we don't want to feel fear
in the real world. So it's safe to do it
in a cinema and stimulate those senses.
have been times
when I have been unhappy,
but I realize that I created that unhappiness
because I was so busy worrying
about the next thing. I was worried about
how I was going to fit into a certain image
that other people
had of me. But not any more. I feel
I'm back in control
of my life
now, personally and professionally.