Stop them damn pictures! I don’t care what the papers write about me. My constituents can’t read. But, damn it, they can see the pictures!
I have a fat head – I get freaked-out looking at pictures of me.
I don't like parties. If I did, there would be pictures of me more often in Gala magazine.
Alexandra Maria Lara
I breeze through Twitter - I look at the mentions, the pictures, the videos.
Some of the downbeat pictures, in my opinion, should never be made at all. Most of them are made for personal satisfaction, to impress other actors who say "Oh, God! what a shot, what camera work!" But the average person in the audience, who bought his ticket to be entertained, doesn't see that at all. He comes out depressed.
I'm motivated every second by my work; it doesn't switch off. The pictures I make come from every blink of my lashes.
If you saw pictures of me as a kid, you'd laugh because I was always in football kit.
And most of my early pictures failed but about one in a 100 somehow looked better than what I saw.
If I had Instagram, it would be pictures of my son, who is a cat.
Twitter's more fast-paced. Instagram, it's more, like, lifestyle and posting very specific, cool pictures.
I'm very passionate about my two Dobermans, Stella and Mr Jonty. I go on and on and on about them, and people have to tell me to shut up before I get out pictures of them.
After I saw a couple of pictures put out by my fellow comedy-directors, which seemed to have abandoned the fun in favor of the message, I wrote Sullivan's Travels to satisfy an urge to tell them that they were getting a little too deep-dish, to leave the preaching to the preachers.