On writing and starring in The Green Hornet: Nerds love complaining. You go to Ain`t It Cool News, and everybody complains about everything. They could find out Jesus Christ was making a movie with Frank Miller, and they`d say, `That`s a terrible combination!
I remember when I got my first Adam Sandler CD and it was the funniest thing I`d ever heard in my entire life, and continues to be.
It shocks me that 90210 and Superbad are technically considered part of the same genre. It was as much TV shows as movies that made us feel under-represented. No part of me watched 90210 and thought, `Yeah! that`s what my life is like!` It seemed like a different planet. I mean, I like shitty movies as much as the next guy, I`m not a snob, but things like that had no guys like us in it - that was the point.
My mom`s a social worker and my dad works in non-profit organizations. But they seem very radical in American terms, embracing a form of socialism that really doesn`t even exist here. I mean, where I come from, communism is not a terrible word.
I couldn`t say enough great things about him. He`s the reason I`m not a homeless crack-head right now. - on Judd Apatow
I guess what Judd Apatow is to me, is what Terrence Malick is to David Gordon Green. They`re just good friends.