(On his experience on the set of his film, 100 Girls) "It was crazy. We shot like fourteen hours a day. Like every day. Sometimes even later. Trying to keep that smile on every day was pretty difficult, but I like the crew a lot. We had good meals together. When it gets to be like one in the morning and you`re still shooting (and you`ve been there since 7 or 8 `o clock!) you start to bond with everybody and that anger turns into humor. And there were definitely a lot of girls! You can`t mistaken that. I actually have a girlfriend so I tried to be as professional as possible, but I`d bring a friend or two on the set and their jaws would drop. It was really hard because I have a lot of kissing and touching scenes so I`d try to be as medical and professional as possible, but I`m a teenager, you know, with all these beautiful women so I tried my best."
(It turns out this kind of disagreement is not uncommon.) There`s always a distinction between intelligence and interpretation, ... The interpretation is often influenced by ideology.
(On Billy Crudup) "I can tell you the actor who I admire the most. Billy Crudup. Do you know who he is? He`s awesome. I actually played his younger version in the movie Sleepers. He`s done some incredible work and every time a movie of his comes up they say he`s going to be the next big star like Matt Damon or Leonardo DiCaprio, but every time it just doesn`t click. He does incredible projects whether it`s theatre or film. I like that he`s not just doing commercial films, he`s doing a lot of terrific stuff."
which could pose privacy concerns for many people.
The fact that no traces of agent have yet been found and that other chemicals that one would not expect in such a facility have been found do raise doubts about the conclusiveness of the analysis.
People can be treated with widely available antibiotics, ... If they (people who have been exposed) are treated within 24 hours, they are almost assured to be cured. After that period, it can be more difficult.
Most of the inspectors, even though they have technical skills, are not experienced in conducting inspections, and they`ll be on a very steep learning curve.
They will have sophisticated detection devices -- for example, for biological weapons that can take samples and analyze them rapidly to determine their identity, whether Iraq, for example is producing anthrax at a vaccine plant.
(On working with R. Lee Ermey) "I think Ermey taught us that you come up to a set for like two weeks and steal the show. The guy did such an amazing job. He just carved out his character so vigorously and I was like "Wow, this guy is great!"
There is a circumstantial evidence that Iraq, North Korea and Russia have undeclared stocks of smallpox, ... Scourge: The Once and Future Threat of Smallpox.
They will have more sophisticated satellite surveillance, including commercial satellite systems that are less sensitive. They will, perhaps, have airborne aerial surveillance, such as helicopters or even the Predator-type unmanned aerial vehicles,
We should improve our intelligence about what terrorists are doing in this area, but we shouldn`t panic. I think the threat is quite small.
These weapons were extraordinarily potent. Some of them were actually engineered, genetically, to become more lethal than the strains in nature,
You can be drinking the wine today, but picking the gr*pes tomorrow.
I`m not looking to be famous, but I want a body of work and a moral character that is deserving of fame.