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Danny DeVito Quotes
Danny DeVito Quotes
"Edward's the kind of actor who is always nosing into it, trying to find it, looking for it, and searching and Robin is, too, but in his own way." "Edward's very, very smart, has a lot to say about his character. Catherine as well. Catherine is a little bit more - she's really great with the two of them and I had a great time with all three of them. She's very real and honest and there's not a false note in anything she ever does." "How does he do it? Of course, all these other movies that I was talking about that play into my love of movies." "I developed that for a long time. I also developed 'Sugar Sweet Science' at New Line and that didn't happen. That was a boxing movie. And between all that there were a couple of other things." "I didn't do it because of the underlying greed that's prevailing, but it is about greed, doing the right thing at the right time using your clout when you have it and what for and what reason." "I don't know. I think it's funny! I think it's funny! I go, what? It's so absurd. I'm alone." "I go out into the woods at night, the secret thing happens and the guy is obviously standing there naked in the woods. So I just went on a diet immediately. I got all those creams and started rubbing!" "I lay on the ground, but then I can't reach - I don't want to take my foot out of the tub - but I've got to call somebody because I've got to get a band-aid or something to stop the bleeding." "I'll tell you one thing, it's a cruel, cruel world." "I'm always studying and I've been doing it for a long time now." "I'm like in shooting pain right now as I pull the thing out. I go hobble into the bathtub and you don't have to know the rest. Okay, but I do ruin a towel or two. You may think, well, why is this guy laying on the bathroom floor, laughing his ass off?" "I'm shooting in Brooklyn, we've got all kinds of crap going on, and I'm all alone now in a big hotel suite that you can't believe the size of it and a thing sticks in my foot and I just think it's the funniest thing that's ever happened to me." "In this movie, you have all the things you love from Tim. All the magic and the whimsy and the surreal, but he also has a fantastic story of a father and son that really gets under your skin." "It's a first for me. It's my first nude scene." "It's a really fun, Currier & Ives kind of feeling. Really beautiful. Could be a really great movie. It's just the matter of trying to find someone the two parts." "It's fun to be on the edge. I think you do your best work when you take chances, when you're not safe, when you're not in the middle of the road, at least for me, anyway." "It's just an ice bucket with a bottle in it. The two flute glasses are little tray. I got to shut the curtains. I'm in my boxer shorts and shirt. I'm going to take a bath and go to bed. But I want to shut the blinds so it's really dark in the room." "So I go to shut the blinds and I hit, with the curtains, the glass - and I was this happen - one day you'll see this in one of my movies: the glass goes like in slow-motion, bowls over, hits the edge of the silver tray. The top part of it, jaggedly cuts." "So we see Edward as a young man on the road and he meets a giant and he brings the giant to a circus where he meets a Miss Calloway. He sees the woman of his dreams and I am the only one who knows who she is." "So, I look down. It's starting to bleed. Thank God. You know how you have that big blue vein that comes over? It missed the vein by like, a hair's breath. A quarter-inch." "So, I'm directing this new movie with Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore called 'The Duplex' - it's so much fun, I'm having a great time. I'm in New York, I'm under the gun, all these things are going on." "So, you pick this stuff here and this stuff there and then you see things in certain ways and you start visualizing and thank God I get the chance to do this. It's really the greatest thing in the whole wide world." "The first time I ever wanted to direct, I was acting - I was in acting school - and I went to see 'The Battle of Algiers.' Pontecorvo directed it and I said, what the hell? What is this all about? How do they do this?" "The son has always felt like he was a footnote in one of the stories the father tells. The father is an amazing storyteller and one of the tales that he tells is how he met his wife." "The thing about that is that secret it symbolises the thing about when you go on a journey. - the silver lining in this part of the story is that Edward finds his true love but you have to go through many obstacles, and one of them is to look in the face of a horrifying thing, a beast." "There are two dilemmas that rattle the human skull: How do you hang on to someone who won't stay? And how do you get rid of someone who won't go?" "There's a camera there! It's like when you go see these movies where these guys are climbing Mt. Everest and they're all alone out there in the middle of it and there's a cameraman there! I'm like, where the hell is he? How the hell are they hooking his ass to the block." "This big part flies off on the floor. The other part goes like this and lands in my foot! Standing up! It's standing in my foot! Right in the side of my foot. The flute glass. I think I'm like in one of my own pictures." "We did 'Erin Brockovich,' we did 'Man on the Moon,' we did 'Living Out Loud,' but now I'm going to keep going." "We did Batman Returns where I played the tragic Penguin. Then in Mars Attacks! I was a maniacal gambler who gets shot by an alien. You know, he just called and said he had this great script - and Big Fish is just a terrific script, written by John August." "Well, you know that whatever Tim does is going to be whimsical and magical. He gave me a picture of the hideous penguin boy when we did Batman Returns. It gives you a leg up because you know immediately what arena you're in." "Well, you know, I feel like it's about a lot of things. The reason that I made it was because I thought it was really funny and unique and just a different genre." "What Tim does is, he calls me and sends me the script. And then he sends me a drawing, an illustration of his image of me as the character. It's so great." "What you do with it and things like that, but I basically chose this after I read it because I thought it was different and funny and unique and dark - things that I like to do." "You know what I mean? There's a twisted sort of underbelly of deranged, greed, the fleeting youth, things are passing you by, you're always trying to grab onto something. But then I also like W.C. Fields and the Three Stooges, Jerry Lewis, the Marx Brothers."