More From Harvey Weinstein
- "When we talk about Oscars, it’s almost as a symbol of excellence, and the American public and the worldwide public accept that symbol. So, a movie like ‘The Artist’ that costs $14 million, has to go out and compete with movies that cost $140 million. How does David deal with Goliath?"
- "Roman Polanski is a man who cares deeply about his art and its place in this world. What happened to him on his incredible path is filled with tragedy, and most men would have collapsed. Instead, he became a great artist and continues to make great films."
- "I’ve been involved with violent movies, and then I’ve also said at a certain point, ‘I can’t take it anymore. Please cut it.’ You know, you’ve got to respect the filmmaker, and it’s a really tough issue."
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- "The only problem is I can’t get into PG-13 Land. I just get stuck in R rated movies, which they would love us to make PG-13 movies but I never get there. But I think that you’ve got to make them different. You’ve got to switch them up."― Joel Silver
- "Not that it entirely matters: There is a perception that all actors make their movies. A lot of people assume you’re responsible. George Clooney told me actors get all of the blame and all the credit."― Ben Affleck
- "I don’t make movies because I think audiences will want to go see them."― Jerry Bruckheimer