In real life, I am trying to save the Steve Irwin wildlife preserve. It's in Australia, up on Cape York, and it's in danger of being strip-mined.
It's odd, that's why I don't like telling people I played field hockey. It's real big in Australia for guys. But I say I played in America, and everybody goes, 'Oh, you girl!'
When you see Bret Hart versus Steve Austin, it just seemed so much more real than Hulk Hogan versus Sgt. Slaughter.
The more we can do to address fiscal austerity, the better our markets will do, and there is a real political shift to doing that.
'Austerity' is a real weasel word because it's an attempt to make something value-based and abstract out of something which, in reality, consists simply of spending cuts.
'Pride and Prejudice' is often compared to 'Cinderella,' but Jane Austen's real 'Cinderella' tale is 'Mansfield Park.'
I'm actually not making fun of my real parents. I've taken stereotypical traits of my real parents, my aunts, my uncles and parents of every race and put them into these two characters, who are just over-the-top ridiculous and super-alpha parents about everything.
As evidenced during my failed audition, I'm a thorough introvert who would completely hate living in a 'Real World' house. I would have taken my Ikea comforter to the confessional room and never come out.
It's harder to make real audio than special effects audio.
We want to create these dramatic situations, whether they are real or not, to entertain audiences.
I want to be real and relatable, because if I am not, then I lose my credibility among audiences.
I think audiences are really thirsty for real shows about real people in any circumstances.
I relate to the audiences and they know me. It's pretty real.
I'm sure the audiences will connect with 'Yeh Hai Aashiqui,' as it will feature stories inspired from real life.
The quality of CGI, audiences are now so used to it. They don't know what is CGI and what is real.
I like live audiences, with real people - virtual reality is no substitute.
Number one, as an audience member, I tend to like violent movies and TV shows because it's not real.
I had a feeling about Shakespeare's soliloquies, that there should be a real exchange between the actor and the audience.
There is violence in real life but I would never impose violence in a film just to attract the audience.
Spider-Man is loved by a huge range of people. I think the real target audience is people younger than 16. It's because he's going through what they're going through.