One day, when I have advertising out of my system, I want to be Prime Minister of Australia.
I'd love them to have adorable little American accents, but I do want to bring my kids up in Australia; it's such a good lifestyle.
I want to go to Australia and take the same goofy picture of me holding a koala that everyone else takes.
I don't want to be nostalgic for some kind of laid-back Austin where nothing was happening.
What people want is not what some would call imaginative and often austere productions but very lavish productions which cast back into the auditorium an image of their affluence.
To paraphrase Jane Austen, it is a truth universally acknowledged that a married man in possession of a vast fortune must be in want of a newer, younger wife.
When we see Rey, we want to hear Rey's theme, and when the Force is referred to or felt, we want to hear the Force theme, and so on. We hope that these references make sense to the fans and make the aural connections that we want them to have.
I don't want to do a biopic. If there was one biopic I would do, it would be about my grandfather, the late N. T. Rama Rao. But his aura and charisma is completely different, and I am no match for him.
Kids are more genuine. When they come up and want to talk to you, they don't have an agenda. It's more endearing and less piercing to your aura.
I want to be the coolest aunt in the entire world.
I didn't want to be the aunt where you come over and can't sit on the sofa.
It's tricky, performing the show live. Because when you're in a big auditorium, in front of 700 people, the natural tendency is to want to talk louder. You want to project.
As an actor, when you go for auditions, there are certain roles that come along and you think, 'I really want that one,' and Prince Arthur was definitely one of those.
I didn't want to be known as the reality-show star trying to be an actress, so I kept a lot of the failed auditions to myself.
I went to school to be an actor in Canada and realized I hated auditions once I left, which is a huge problem if you want to get a part.
I am always nervous when I'm auditioning for a part I really want.
I particularly want more acting. I've been auditioning a lot, and I definitely want to act.
I don't want to be an actor, but why not take these opportunities when they come to you? I'm not killing myself auditioning, chasing that dream.
People aren't making as many movies as they used to, so youve got a lot of really big-name actors who are coming in, and they want to do pilots, so things kind of disappear for those of us who kind of have to still get in the room and audition and read for it.