Hollywood is a place where they’ll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul. I know, because I turned down the first offer often enough and held out for the fifty cents.
We originally met so he could repay me for the $195 cab fair I put on my credit card for Rob’s bachelor party, but then things got interesting. I showed him my screenplay, and we started talking about the future of his production company. By next spring we’ll be shooting a feature length film in Connecticut. I’ll be getting paid to do what I love, and I’ll get to go out of state for a season or two. I absolutely cannot wait.
- Doctor Parnassus: I'm worried about Anton. What's eating him?
- Percy: He's in love with Valentina.
- Doctor Parnassus: In love? Who gave him permission?!
My sister wanted to take a look at my annotated Death of a Salesman, so I blew the dust off my box of writings and text from senior year and came across this. Damn. A lot of memories. All the world’s a stage Mr Johnson.
Just got cast in Waiting for Godot. I play a slave named Lucky with no lines other than a massive three page soliloquy of lengthy verbal consciousness. Lets do this.
I am so glad I decided to be in this show. I am meeting so many interesting people. I love it. Last night me and two other guys stayed up until 3am watching Love Never Dies. Amazing people, amazing interests.
I think that in a way, it’s giving the television and film industry an opportunity to learn the lesson the music industry didn’t learn. Give the people what they want, when they want it, in the form they want it in, at a reasonable price and they’ll buy it and they won’t steal it.
—Kevin Spacey, on the whole first season of House of Cards being instantly available online via Netflix.