Obviously CGI in the last ten years has gone through such leaps and bounds that today people are looking for these kinds of movies to wow audiences with technology.
I would love to be a guest on a talk show or a panel that shows women who have been on reality shows who've had success to prove to audiences that you don't have to be a fool to become successful.
I understand why creative people like dark but American audiences don't like dark. They like story. They do not respond to nervous breakdowns and unhappy episodes that lead nowhere. They like their characters to be a part of the action. They like strength not weakness a chance to work out any dilemma.
RFK was a compelling figure because he was willing to challenge his audiences and in turn connect with them in a unique way. Kennedy showed that our values define us and can inspire others to believe in the possibility of change and a better society.
In the West audiences think I am a stereotyped action star or that I always play hitmen or killers. But in Hong Kong I did a lot of comedy many dramatic films and most of all romantic roles lots of love stories. I was like a romance novel hero.
I had found English audiences highly satisfactory. They are the best listeners in the world. Perhaps the music-lovers of some of our larger cities equal the English but I do not believe they can be surpassed in that respect.
I like cinema audiences. I respect them and I talk to them just like I would anybody I know.
Then if your movie clicks with real audiences you'll be sucked into some sort of Hollywood orbit. It's a devil of a place where the only religion that really counts is box office.
As much as the mystery element is all a lot of fun when you do go to 'Edwin Drood ' you're going to a theatre to see a show about going to a theatre and what that relationship between actors and audiences has been for years.
The relationship between the media owner their relationship isn't strictly with people and audiences. It's also with advertisers and that's the most relationship in radio in fact it pays the bills.
Over the years I've been trying to build a relationship with an audience. I've tried to maintain as much of a low profile as I could so that those characters would emerge and their relationship with audiences would be protected.
Def Leppard is obviously a different band that we are but the music work well tighter. And the audiences seem work well together too. We are opening but we're having a good time.
I don't make movies because I think audiences will want to go see them.
Audiences don't ever disappoint me in the sense that movies I feel really good about they usually feel really good about too.
I don't blame folks for not wanting to put me in their movies or whatever. I understand if their audiences had an association with me.
All my life I have loved and been inspired by French cinema and as a studio head it has been my pride and joy to have the ability to bring movies to audiences around the world.
Audiences want to see intelligent movies.
Movies are a fad. Audiences really want to see live actors on a stage.
Artificial Intelligence leaves no doubt that it wants its audiences to enter a realm of pure fantasy when it identifies one of the last remaining islands of civilization as New Jersey.
I feel audiences are not given enough credit for their intelligence.
So that to me is important that audiences are treated with an amount of respect toward their intelligence. Most Hollywood films don't respect their intelligence.
Every time I've done comedy in like traditional comedy clubs there's always these comedians that do really well with audiences but that the other comedians hate because they're just you know doing kind of cheap stuff like dancing around or doing like very kind of base sex humor a lot and stuff like that.
A lot of my humor centers on the act of telling jokes and I think this can prevent certain audiences from suspending their feeling of disbelief. It might piss a few people off but I can't help it.
Since the goal of my programs is to show audiences how humor can both help them heal as well as deal with not-so-funny stuff I decided to discuss the events of the previous week the pain all of us were feeling and how humor and some laughter might be beneficial.