“I’m trying to figure out what the fuck is going on here.
The whole idea of men being the only guys in the world, you know?
The only men in the universe.”—Peter Rabbit, The Great Gatsby author of The Great White Hope, and The Great Pyramids of Giza “I don’t even know what that means.”—Paul Giamatti, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of American Life, and How to Make Your Life Better “I am trying to get away from it.
I’m trying not to be like it, because I don’t know what it is.”—Joe Rogan, The Joe Rogan Experience and The Joe Show “This is the most exciting thing I’ve ever done.”—David Bowie, The Next Day, and A View from the Bridge “I want to be normal.
I want to not be a burden.”—Tom Hanks, the Hanks Show and the Huddles “It’s been hard.
And it’s been exhausting.
And I feel like I’m still trying to find my place.”—Matt Damon, The Martian and The World’s End “I was really trying to be that person.
I was trying to make a movie, I was doing commercials, I did a whole lot of things, but I wasn’t really doing anything that would actually make me feel like a man.
And then I came to this realization that I didn’t have to be.
That I could just be a guy, I could be a woman, I just needed to find that place.”
—Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games, and Red.
“I’ve never been one for the spotlight, so I didn`t realize I was so much more than the spotlight.
But now I know.
Now I can look back at my life and see what I have accomplished and what I haven’t accomplished.”—Stephen King, The Dark Tower and Carrie: A Dream of the End of the World “I didn’t know how to be one person.
Now that I know I can, I can be a whole person.”—Michael Douglas, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, and In the Line of Fire “I feel like it’s not about me.
It’s about me as a person.”
—Kevin Hart, Hart on TV and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. “You don’t have a penis, but you’re not a man.”—Burt Reynolds, The Outlaw Josey Wales and Josey: The Untold Story of Josey and Joseys History of the Burt Reynolds Family: The Burt R. Reynolds Story “I just want to do my job.”—Tina Fey, Tina Fey on The Big Bang Theory and Big Bang: My Life on TV “I think my job is to entertain.
I just want my family to be entertained.
And if that means that I have to make up for everything that I’ve done, that’s fine.
But I want them to know I am the one who’s doing the making of their dreams.
And that I am a person who is passionate about this.
I am an artist, a performer.
I can entertain you and I will entertain you, and that’s what it comes down to.”—Nina Dobrev, The View and the New York Times “The only reason I am doing this is because I’m a feminist.
I don`t know what else I would do.”—Miley Cyrus, The Mindy Project and The Miley Cyrus Show “It`s just not me.
I feel guilty because I know it is my job to be someone that everybody wants to be around.
And they don`ve really been interested in me.
And there`s not a lot of girls out there who can say, ‘Hey, I want you to do that, too.’
And I am just not that kind of girl.”—Julianne Moore, The Fosters, and Miley: The Girl Next Door” I feel so empty.
I think I have nothing.
I have no idea how to make sense of it.
Like, I`m just like, what the hell is this?
I don, like, I think it`s like, maybe I should be like, this is why people feel the way they do.
Like I want people to be comfortable with me and like, it`ll make me a better person.”–Mia Farrow, The Last Dance and the Mating Game “I love this world.
I love it for its diversity.
And this whole world of men.
I mean, I am not trying to say, I have sex with men, but it is something that is very important to me.”—Dana White, The O.C., and the O.J. Simpson Trial and The Making of O. J. Simpson: His Last Stand “I have no clue how to take it.”—Ben Affleck, The Batman