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You can never really know what a record's going to be.
People mature. They learn. They get better at things. You're different when you're 45 than when you're 25.
I'm not Britney Spears, so I still have a life. I can go certain places without getting hounded by little 5-year-olds. So I'm very sane as a person.
'Footprints On The Moon' plans to inspire and incite positive and catalytic change.
I think hard work is definitely a huge thing, but there is something, if you want to call it luck or whatever - a window of opportunity - that is totally outside of your control, and it's that thing that will sometimes separate a good career from a great career.
When I'm writing comics, I'm also visualizing how the story will look on the page - not even always art-wise, but panel-wise, like how a moment will be enhanced dramatically by simply turning a page and getting a reveal. It requires thinking about story in a way I never had to consider when I was writing prose.
It's always nice to have somebody with the same accent when you're working in a foreign country.
The perception about me has changed to a certain extent after the success of 'Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety.'
I work hard. I never want to live with that feeling that I've disappointed somebody.
The success of 'Deadpool' and 'Logan' have bolstered our confidence to make edgy, more daring, provocative bold movies that audiences will embrace.
Every man who gets in that ring has the ability to hurt you.
Believe in yourself and never shy away from hard work.
I've had three marriages end in disaster. Lynne knew the score when she married me. It was always just a matter of time before she became the fourth ex-Mrs. Peter Sellers.
If I lose my confidence, then I'll lose my way.
I just want people to hear my music and feel good, go to the club, dance, have fun, and get home safe... none of that gang-banging stuff.
There are horrible periods in which entire nations sink into the plague of darkness and hatred.
I am more aggressive than others, being a sportsman.
Amsterdam lives and breathes creativity. One moment you walk into a building from the 17th century, and the next you find yourself in a hub of creative start-up companies.