I only do this because I'm having fun. The day I stop having fun, I'll just walk away.
I don't have that much forward planning about what I want to do next, or in the future.
Anyone that has a job that takes them away from home, I think, can understand the difficulties in maintaining consistency, not only with your family and those you love but with your friends.
I'm still a kid. I'm like six years old. But it's just a matter of wanting to get up, it's just a big journey. I felt like when I left home that I was on a journey, and I still am.
I love acting. Oh, God, I love it. But all this fame and all this bullshit attention. I'm not supernatural. I've done nothing extremely special to deserve the position. It happens every couple of years, and it's happened to hundreds of people before me.
All of this is so insignificant. In the grand scale of things, there have been so many before who have been in this position. I'm just another one. Life is so short. It's like we're already gone, really, in retrospect.
I apologize for my terrible interview skills. I wasn't prepared to expose stories about something so special and wonderfully private that is happening in my life. I guess a part of me wishes that I'd never have to and that maybe I could protect this special time. I was dreaming.
I wasn't going to have fun doing a teen movie again.
I'm not good at future planning. I don't plan at all. I don't know what I'm doing tomorrow. I don't have a day planner and I don't have a diary. I completely live in the now, not in the past, not in the future.
From 18 to 22, I was alone, living in L.A. with a bunch of friends, partying.
When I started to watch some of the films I'd done, I realized I was doing movies that I might not actually want to see.
I'm just not one of those naturally funny, relaxed actors who enjoy the spotlight and are so good at it.
I like to do something I fear.
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