You know I'm proud that I was able to develop and produce movies that I wanted to make.
I have always done what I wanted to do.
When I was a kid, all I ever wanted was to be famous.
When I was younger, there was a huge gap between what I wanted to do and what I could do as an idol.
So many people romanticize writing. And I get it. But I never once wanted to be a writer.
I never wanted to be anything but a writer, and I never let go of it.
I knew I wanted to be a writer before I knew that being a writer was possible.
If I wanted the ticket to be a $200 ticket, I'd have made it a $200 ticket, but I don't want it to be that.
I wanted to connect all people who are thinking about peace on Earth.
All I ever wanted to do was act.
As a kid, Punky Brewster was my idol. I wanted to dress like her and talk like her.
I never wanted to do political satire because it seems too surface to me.